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The King James version of the Bible was re written by a committee of politicians and dignitaries who decided what would stay and what would go and in some cases how it would be said. I wouldn't just blindly believe what they decided. That is a historical fact. Go back to original texts......
"God sent His son to redeem the world from its lost state. " are you joking?
That was NOT Jesus' message -- that was what rabbis and politicians said was his message, because it served their purposes. Jesus never claimed to be humanity's "redeemer" in the way you're saying. There is no such thing as "original sin" -- I am responsible for my own inactions and inactions, I am not responsible for anyone else's, and no one else is responsible for mine, including Jesus.
I don't reject god on the basis of man's misinterpretations -- I assume that most of the bible is misinterpretations, but I have always felt that way yet I did not reject god. I reject god now because s/he allowed my husband to die much too young, one week after our wedding, without showing me beyond doubt that my husband still exists and is ok. Those are not the actions of a loving god. I do not believe any such being exists, but in any case I have never believed that god was as you describe, even when I believed there was a god. You have a fundamentalist Christian view of god, and if that's what works for you that's fine, but there is absolutely no proof that your view is correct. There is no proof that anyone's view is correct, including mine or anyone else's -- all beliefs regarding god, afterlife, etc., are a matter of personal opinion. Don't assume that everyone else views all of this the same way you do, or that they should or need to. That's simply not how it is.
Genetically inherit a condition or a trait, no. Environment, on the other hand, can play a part in this, as in if you're raised by an unmedicated schizophrenic you will probably have some difficulties interacting with other people in socially acceptable ways, or if you're raised by writers you will probably have a great vocabulary.
Genetically inherit a disposition towards a disability, no, as that comes from an injury either during the fetal formation, during the birth, or at some point in life (like a missing hand from amniotic band syndrome, or cerebral palsy from insufficient oxygen during birth, or quadriplegia from a car accident).
Genetically inherit a disposition towards a disease, yes -- and no, that is not our fault.
None of which has anything to do with the doctrine of original sin, which is a matter of purported spiritual inheritance, guilt and liability.
hospitle drs i do not trust or nurse thy dont lk it if u complan thy dont
or thy will be ok
wish is a lie