Discussion in 'Christianity' started by Idiotic panic, May 29, 2006.

  1. Idiotic panic

    Idiotic panic Member

    Does it say anywere in the bible that you should not smoke/eat (etc) weed? thanks
  2. Hikaru Zero

    Hikaru Zero Sylvan Paladin

    No, it does not (to my knowledge).

    However, it does warn about excessive consumption and dependency upon things.

    Supposedly, there is also evidence that cannabis oil was used to anoint Jesus and several other high clergymen.
  3. Burbot

    Burbot Dig my burdei

    Yeah, it is like the "Did the Balrog have wings?" question (I've been watching the LotR DVD's :p ). One camp will quote scripture to say yes, and the other to say no.

    But I agree with Hikaru on this one.
  4. Burbot

    Burbot Dig my burdei

    Haha. I didn't catch that :D I love puns. :rolleyes:

    Everyone at my job makes them all the time :D
  5. Hikaru Zero

    Hikaru Zero Sylvan Paladin

    HAHAHAHAHHA ... high clergyman ...

    Very observant!
  6. rayne_lyric

    rayne_lyric Member

    Hahahahaha!!! I totally missed that one as well!!!

    Well, parts of the Bible do warn about keeping a sound mind, but in contrast it SPECIFICALLY mentions alchohol, and there were drugs like opium around in those days, as well. I don't know if they used marijuana for recreational purposes, however they did chew on opium. So I guess the arguement could go either way...
  7. Kharakov

    Kharakov ShadowSpawn

    I wonder why they annointed the high clergymen instead of the sober ones? It doesn't make sense and goes against the whole christian message of sharing with the poor (the sober).
  8. AT98BooBoo

    AT98BooBoo Senior Member

    If thy brother hath not cannabis and thou does but do not share then thou art cursed in the earth.
  9. rayne_lyric

    rayne_lyric Member

  10. Idiotic panic

    Idiotic panic Member

    What does that mean?
  11. Hikaru Zero

    Hikaru Zero Sylvan Paladin

    Rofl ...

    Ohmilord dude ... the puns just keep getting funnier ... :D

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