and the student teaches the teacher
its funny how those whi]o proclaim the bible to be the exact word of god dont understand it or believe only the parts they want to believe
john the baptist had long dreads and was holy enoughto remove the original sin of the sinles jesus
but wear dreads in shool and yiur punnished/
joseph had dreads jesuses earthly ..whatever..dad step dad whatever his dreads were to the ground
much of the old testiment predates the comb so its reasonable to assume most if nkt alk had dreads it wasnt tikl around when moses lead his people from egypt that the comb was invented
but since moses was on the run from its inventors its not likely he had 1 in the dessert
(damn how do i know so much about the bible without reading it damn 4th grade brainwashing when i wa sent to a atholic school just so i could be held back a year only cause my parents didnt want me being the yiungest kid in the clas)
the religion of today is so distorted from what it was and it went through some seriusly dark times all thriug the middle ages and toiday its still just as juedgemental as ever the only diference being they cant get away with turture and n[murder no more (so thry elect politicians who will do it for them "legaly"
Hi. I have dreads and have faced many difficulties with the administration at my Christian school because of it. So I feel your pain. But yes they're right about the Nazarites & I'd also bring up John the Baptist. He was set apart in his appearance and it helped him to serve others. Because he was not focused on his appearance-he was able to serve others as well as God. The bible tells us to consider ourselves the "least of these". Christianity isn't about a group of people who claim to be the elite, much the opposite we are to be the quiet and gentle servants of society. However, be ready to explain your reasons to whoever asks, because the world has made dreads appear to be something they are not. Best of luck !
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