Ken Temple gets refuted on Deuteronomy 17:17…

The Quran and Bible Blog

In the current discussion on the issue of polygamy and concubinage in the Bible, Ken Temple is doubling down on his lies and propaganda, even to the point of contradicting the words of God Himself, just to avoid admitting he is wrong.

I did not lie. 1 Kings 11:3 mentions concubines along with the many wives / women that Solomon had – verse 1 says he loved many foreign (pagan, polytheistic) women. concubines and wives are both women. The whole passage, 1 Kings 11:1-12 seems to indicate a negative view of polygamy and concubinage. Also, the clear commands of Deuteronomy 17 was for the king to “NOT multiply wives”.
The spirit of the entire passage is negative against polygamy and concubines.

Given the overall view of the OT that monogamy was the creation ideal (Genesis 1-2) – God created Adam and…

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11 replies

  1. devastating!

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  2. Tiyaan and Heath had already mentioned 2 Samuel 12:8, but it seems that Temple didn’t notice.

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  3. Ken is a liar and hypocrite. Christians have no choice except to be hypocrites when their bible has an instruction against the liberal western life style they live by shamelessly.
    It’s the same problem with atheists who are supposed to be Darwinists and therefore they should have no problem with polygamy, yet they turn to be hypocrites when it comes to this subject.

    Here’s the founder of Ken’s sect.

    In addition, does Ken know about the parable of the 10 Virgins in Matthew’s gospel and the bridegroom? Why did Jesus have to give a parable like that?
    “But while they were on their way to buy the oil, the bridegroom arrived. The virgins who were ready went in with him to the wedding banquet. And the door was shut”

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  4. Kennywise thinks he knows better than his god. Lol, the arrogance of this little clown!


  5. Adam and Eve were still one man and one woman. Jesus reiterated that as the will of God.

    Abraham, Solomon and David etc. don’t make polygamy right because they practised it.


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