Why doesn't the bible prohibit gambling?

Why doesn't the bible prohibit gambling?

It's a terrible addiction.

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So you need a threat to your immortal soul to tell you not to do something you know is wrong? Why do you people keep saying that atheists have no morality when your morality comes from a 2000 year old incomplete rule book written by middle eastern farmers?

I know it's wrong. But why would I follow a religion that doesn't prohibit something that is obviously bad and destructive?

Because the goys need to waste their money in jew owned casinos. Why would jews prohibid that?

Because it was written by Jews and gambling is free money for them.

Proverbs 28:22

It does say the love of money is the root of all evil

The Bible point out the root of all evils. Stealing is a sin, gambling is stealing so it is a sin.
Also if you a devoted Christian, God will bless you with the eye of truth. For example I don't like tranime, it mean tranime is bad and my further researchs proved it

Ephesians 5:3 (NET) But among you there must not be either sexual immorality, impurity of any kind, or greed, as these are not fitting for the saints.

Greed is brought up a lot. Which is sort of the motivation, right?

>don't try to amass wealth and power, let the jews rule the world
Wow, great.

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> trust me fellow white goyim
> Jesus and the Israelites totally weren't white
> jews are the real White people

Not all gambling is bad. If I bet my brother 10 dollars occasionally for boxing matches, should that be sinful? Don't be ridiculous. Have a couple glasses of alcohol and make change bets with friends.

What is COVETOUSNESS. We were warned against it in The Ten Commandments

Why do you need a religion to not do something that you know is bad and destructive?? Just don't do it LMAO
There were exactly 0 white people in that story, user. Cope.

It's called casting lots and was for making important decisions, not making money.

I don't do it. But if someone wanted to try gambling, but they didn't know it was bad, maybe they would look into holy scripture, and see that it's not even mentioned and think it's a-okay. And that could led to an incredibly destructive path.


Gambling and probability hadn’t been invented yet.

Coveting and gambling is not the same thing. "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors wife" is not a gambling action, it's desire. If you go thru your life desiring shit, you gon be miserable son, so go get your own wife. Get it?

>Gambling dates back to the Paleolithic period, before written history. In Mesopotamia the earliest six-sided dice date to about 3000 BCE. However, they were based on astragali dating back thousands of years earlier.
it's also f

Mark 8:36 (NET) For what benefit is it for a person to gain the whole world, yet forfeit his life?
Ecclesiastes 4:8 (NET) A man who is all alone with no companion, he has no children nor siblings; yet there is no end to all his toil, and he is never satisfied with riches. He laments, “For whom am I toiling and depriving myself of pleasure?” This also is futile and a burdensome task!

Yes, when Judas was going to be replaced, they cast lots to put it out of their hands.


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Read 1 Corinthians 6 and Romans 7

So you not only want a religion that restricts you from gambling, you also want to be empowered to enforce this restriction on other folks? Get rekt, we have freedom.


We're also told to care for our families. Putting down one $10 bet a year isn't harming your family, so that's not a sin. Being a problem gambler is harming others, so it is a sin. It's making gambling your god ahead of God.
It's like drinking isn't a sin, but being a drunk is.

Nah, freedom's gay. I bet you like drag queens on our streets too?

covetousness is deeply desiring something someone else has- I want more money, so I’m willing to gamble what I have to get more.

agree, but you should still work hard for your bread and not rely on the money you could win.

>cuts out half the commandment

Exodus 20:17: “You shall not covet your neighbor's house; you shall not covet your neighbor's wife, or his male servant, or his female servant, or his ox, or his donkey, or anything that is your neighbor's.”

jews make money off of gambling. Why would they ban a cash cow?

Allowing people in my space to go about their legal business doesn't mean I support them, it means I recognize that it isn't my job to enforce any rules on them. It sounds like you only want this rule written down so you can tell other people what to do.

>It sounds like you only want this rule written down so you can tell other people what to do.
Yes. Why wouldn't you want that?