Monday, April 17, 2006

Fundy asked to return

After corresponding with Fundy this weekend I have decided to re-issue his invitation to participate in this blog as a regular contributor. I know this will dissappoint some of you but I feel it is important that all voices are heard on the issue of Polygamy. Fundy assures me that he will be a courteous blogger and I am willing to take him at his word.

Thank You
Weblog Administrator


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fttc said...

Thanks Admin for your fairness. I too believe all should have a voice. Fundy was irritating in his manners. Many of his posts had interesting information. I hope he will take a good look at the style of the blog and add to it instead of trying to change it to fit him. It was a complete turnoff to see what was being done. Now behave Fundy! And welcome back!

Anonymous said...

Admin, you are a good man or woman behind the monitor. I just hope that Fundy will respect the other bloggers and not use colored fonts and post entire pages of information on the cover page of the blog.

Titles, subjects and paraphrases are appropriate, but not diatribes on the main page. IMHO

Please tell Fundy that we will follow the links if we are interested in the main thread. But to please refrain from hogging the whole cover page.

And thank you Admin for giving us this blog.

rumor-has-it said...

I have to admit, I usually pass over most of his posts. But the ones I have read...I have learned something new from and have helped my research.

And it definately helps the blog not become stagnate. Without him or OTS, we may not have anything to talk about. :)

saar said...

Biblical Polygamists

1. Lamech, who was Cain’s great-great-great grandson, was the first man recorded to have two wives (Adah, Zillah) (Gen. 4:19).

2. Abraham had three wives (Sarah, Hagar, and Keturah) (Gen. 23:19; 25:1; 16:3).

3. Esau had three wives (Judith, Bashemath, and Mahalath) (Gen. 26:34; 28:9).

4. Jacob had four wives (Leah, Rachel, Bilhah, and Zilpah) (Gen. 29:15-35; 30:4, 9).

5. Moses had two wives (Zipporah and the Ethiopian woman) (Ex. 18:2; Num. 12:1).

6. Gideon had many wives and 70 sons (Judges 8:30).

7. Samuel’s father, Elkanah, had two wives (Hannah, Peninnah) (1 Sam. 1:1, 2).

8. King Saul had at least two wives (Ahinoam, Rizpah) (1 Sam. 14:50; 2 Sam. 3:7).

9. David had at least eight wives (Michal, Abigail, Ahinoam, Bathsheba, Maacah, Haggith, Abital, and Eglah) plus Saul’s wives (2 Sam. 12:8).

10. Solomon had 700 wives and 300 concubines (1 Kings 11:3).

11. King Ahab had more than one wife (1 Kings 20:7).

12. King Rehoboam had 18 wives and 60 concubines (2 Chron. 11:21).

13. King Abijah who ruled over Judah had 14 wives (2 Chron. 13:21).

14. King Joash had two wives (2 Chron. 24:1-3).

15. King Ahasuerus had a harem. Two wives are mentioned by name: Vashti and Esther (Esther 1:10-12; 2:1-17).

J. L. Meredith, Meredith’s Big Book of Bible Lists, (Inspirational Press, NY; 1980), pp. 151-152


Mark Twain

Once when Mark Twain was lecturing in Utah, a Mormon acquaintance argued with him on the subject of polygamy. After a long and rather heated debate, the Mormon finally said, “Can you find for me a single passage of Scripture which forbids polygamy?” “Certainly,” replied Twain. “‘No man can serve two masters.’”

Louis Utermeyer, A Treasury of Laughter (Simon & Schuster)

Anonymous said...

Hey! Clean it up street.
You pervert!

onthestreet said...

What you mean, there, nonny. I ain't even posted once on this thread? What! You out walking in your sleep, or just flat out drunk on your ass? Now, THAT is perverted, and yes, the streets are certainly being swept clean.

Faithful Woman said...

thanks Saar

Very interesting.

Anonymous said...

1. Lamech, who was Cain’s great-great-great grandson, was the first man recorded to have two wives (Adah, Zillah) (Gen. 4:19).

Does anyone see the problem with this?

onthestreet said...

Adam was the first. Adamdam means Eden, more than one damsel.

onthestreet said...

The written record is ALWAYS only a synopsis of the lives of the people.