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20b23a  No.826847[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Welcome! This is a board for Christian discussion. Please read the rules linked above before posting.

>Consider using tor browser

>If you are interested in being a volunteer, please email christchannel@pm.me

>If your Christian church isn't represented in the flags and you would like one, tell me the name and post the appropriate emblem ITT

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b8f5f9  No.852160

>>851577

Happy 14th birthday

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6f56da  No.851187[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Wow I love Protestantism! Sola Scriptura!? YES! Sola Fide? YES!

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bd7a7e  No.852387

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>>851187

That second dude isn't a Protestant. I have another one with him, look at the back of the room.

>Muh based Orthodoxy

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bd7a7e  No.852388

>>852021

Give me the best history books about this. I always hear that Protestantism led to (((capitalism))) but have never had sources.

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23443e  No.852399

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>>851187

>>852387

>name is "pastor shawn"

>works in Latin-style 'church', wearing Latin garb

>"guys, he's orthodox because he has a Russian Cross!!!!"

You do realize the Russian Cross isn't an exclusively Orthodox symbol, nor is it the only cross Orthodox use, right?

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420cbb  No.852401

>>851230

this image is so funny no historian ever believes this

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000000  No.852406

>>852401

Some protestant faiths require a belief of something easily falsified.

You can't change that, but you know the religion is false.

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9743bb  No.851437[Reply]

What would you do if all Protestants were punished by God by being shrunken to only a couple inches tall?

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b49144  No.851452

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4c6751  No.851487

>>851437

Do you really need to incorporate your giantess fetish into your religion, fam?

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db8902  No.851509

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9743bb  No.852400

>>851437

I would use them as toilet paper

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000000  No.852405

I'd make a nice safe little doll house for them and make nice meals for them, but before they get to eat, they have to listen to lessons out of various catechisms like the Catechism of Saint Thomas Aquinas.

when they become good Catholics and are back to full size, I'd let them out.

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b3baa4  No.852384[Reply]

So, after four years, what's your verdict?

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e35557  No.852389

I don't care. The only good thing he did was not start any more wars.

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311608  No.852395

>>852384

Good pro-life president whom we'll all come to miss very soon.

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a988a0  No.852396

it was a good run

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898364  No.852404

Lying orange prostitute, could have and should have done a lot more to expose the evil/darkness in this country to the light. He kept the people with money happy. winnie the poohed the rest. On to the next scumbag.

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b9561a  No.658214[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

NON EST VERA LIBERTAS NISI IN SOLA ECCLESIA CATHOLICA

The purpose of this thread is to provide a place for general Catholic discussion. Mass, readings, rosary - everything that is connected with the faith.

Other denominations welcome, although we politely ask you to keep the arguments about our theological differences in other threads.

Useful links:

Official Vatican website: www.vatican.va

Today's readings: www.ewtn.com/daily-readings/

Papal encyclicals: www.papalencyclicals.net

Catholic encyclopedia online: www.newadvent.org/cathen/

Summa Theologiae of St. Thomas Aquinas online: www.newadvent.org/summa/

How to pray the rosary: www.rosarycenter.org/homepage-2/rosary/how-to-pray-the-rosary/

Divine Office (liturgy of the hours): www.divineoffice.org/welcome/

Little Office of the Immaculate Conception: www.catholic.org/prayers/prayer.php?p=1925

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d7ae02  No.852391

>>847198

>Modern Catholics are bad that means Catholicism is bad

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319456  No.852394

>>852391

Both of those are present tense and say the same thing so logically yes.

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be82ce  No.852397

I feel like the internet's trying to turn me into a demon, especially cuckchan and reddit.

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1d6190  No.852402

>>851567

btw why are Catholics in the US so progressive? In Brazil the Catholic church has always been pretty reactionary.

Here is Paulo Ricardo, he is one of the priests with the biggest internet following and he has 1million + viwers with an entire series about cultural marxism, each video has like 200k+ views or something

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJi7CugwzVw

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c629e1  No.852403

>>852397

>I feel like the internet's trying to turn me into a demon, especially cuckchan and reddit.

On the other hand, it was on cuckchan /pol/ in a /cg/ thread that I learned that the Latin Mass and traditional Catholicism per the pre-Vatican II faith still existed.

Until then I thought the Gates of Hell prevailed, and the Church was over. That was wrong.

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bf5d00  No.553707[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

New meme thread because the old one is autosaging, starting with a request: I need the exploitable 8ch logo, have this crop in return

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2b5a17  No.850002

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5fceb4  No.852379

>>817044

What counts as sane traditionalism?

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431849  No.852398

this thread is full of blasphemy and all manner of impiousness

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2497e7  No.851664[Reply]

some protestants are going to the middle east to convert other christians to their sectarian churtch

why dont we go and convert muslims?

countries like irak, egipt, palestina, syria and lebanon already have christian minority groups, the only thing we gotta do is organize

can we start a holy war?

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140b57  No.851725

>>851695

https://iranintl.com/en/iran/iranians-have-lost-their-faith-according-survey

Been talking to some iranians and other people egypitans some other african etc… Etc…

Trust me mate is happening and there are probably a whole to more but don't know because

1.They don't want to get killed or getting killed for forgetting or missing something

2.And to be beaten by a mob.

3.A lot of them probably secretly left and never made it to survey.

To start a holy war now when this is slowly happening in turkey and even saudi arabia because I heard their was a panic when a lot of people left it.

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140b57  No.851726

>61% of the people born into religious families, 60% do not say their daily prayers.

Remember just missing one prayer hell even one prayer not praying to momo is enough to make you a kafir and thus apostate execution should be enforced.

Christian underground churches despite their persecution are thriving to start a war (when we have no reason to) means interrupting what's happening and exuberate the problem, the last time the u.s attacked or did some screwed up things which allows rise to terrorist groups and to enforce islam onto others when it was slowly dissipating, really makes one wonder why the ME has internet censorship laws as well similar to china.

Also this isn't even mentioning Jesus coming into dreams of muslims and that being enough to convert them hence why some muslim soccermoms on facebook just told to ignore them.

Look Christians manage to spiritually conquer the romans there is no reason to doubt it would happen to the middle east, africa, china, north and south korea etc.. Etc…

I would get if it's christians getting persecuted on the same tier like the armenian genocide but times 50.

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bc8a85  No.851727

Heard the bible is like #1 over there.

>why dont we go and convert muslims

Because we are not muslims we are told to spread the gospel not pick fights and force them that is more their thing when the whole peaceful thing got abrogated and changed into violent verses.

>Why dont we go and convert muslims.

It depends how much you value your life or how dedicated you are to the LORD with an acceptance that there is a possibility of you getting killed.

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d77c0d  No.852253

>>851664

Christianity is fading everyday in Christian countries, and you want to use your energy to convert Muslim majority states?

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d743ec  No.852386

>>851664

How about we reconquer the West first. Everyone here is an atheist or Christian only in name.

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6a3763  No.851941[Reply]

>I believe in Sola Scriptura

>John Macarthur interprets this verse…

Face it, Sola Scriptura is not even real. Clearly scripture is not so simple that it is sufficient on its own because many people, even very blessed and godly people, come to radically divergent interpretations of doctrines, even so fundamental as the atonement. Literally everyone leans on authorities to interpret scripture for them. It is inescapable. Not to mention the irony of a man who presumed to cut 7 books from the canon of scripture, came up with this doctrine,

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22b79a  No.852282

>>851943

Honestly I think saying sola is a bit incorrect in describing the doctrine, at least for Luther. It's more of scriptura prima where scripture is the measure of doctrine.

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a4fe8d  No.852287

>>852282

He chose the word sola for a reason

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42f315  No.852373

>>852218

>My church is independent, baptist, follows the New Testament and precedes everything you just mentioned in terms of historicity.

The New Testament didn't exist until Saint Athanasius compiled it, therefore if your church is founded on The New Testament, you're church had to start with Saint Athanasius and not Jesus.

>It is God's word, not the word of man.

The Bible is God's word and it was written and compiled by men in His Church.

>This is built on the false predicate that men authored the sacred Scriptures. It says in 2 Peter 1:21, that: "the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost."

>This is built on the false predicate that men authored the sacred Scriptures.

>"the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God

>holy men of God

>holy men

It says right there in your own quotation that men had something to do with authoring The Scriptures.

Wow, that was a lot of things wrong with your post. Fortunately, they have all been set on the right track now.

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7437c3  No.852380

>>852373

>The New Testament didn't exist until Saint Athanasius compiled it

You think he wrote it?

>The Bible is God's word and it was written and compiled by men in His Church.

Agree.

>It says right there in your own quotation that men had something to do with authoring The Scriptures.

They did not author God's word, they were actually inspired by the Holy Spirit and spake as they were moved by the Holy Spirit. Just as my quote which you just wrote says (before you cut out the part "as they were moved by the Holy Ghost"). The authorship of God's word belongs to our Lord.

>Wow, that was a lot of things wrong with your post.

Such as what? I agree that God inspired apostles and prophets to give us his Word. "And are built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone;" - Ephesians 2:20. That means God authored it. Then men recorded it. They did not author it though. You would say this only if you believe there is no God behind the inspiration of the word. This is a thing which many today openly do not believe, so they credit men with authoring the Scriptures.

Now what was wrong the the guy above me's post? First, he thinks my church has no way of knowing what books are divinely inspired or not. That question was addressed.

Second, he thinks men "created" the Bible - He calls it "their creation" while leaving God out.

Third, he thinks Catholicism which added apocrypha was correct and that we rely on that decision. But the simple fact of the matter is they included apocrypha, non-inspired material, wrongfully, and the church does not follow that mistake thus easily proving there is no reliance. Because they were wrong in the first place. It would be great if they were right instead of wrong, but that would still not prove anyone was relying on them, becaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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d99a7f  No.852385

>>852380

>>You think he wrote it

No, he SORTED through about 3,000 different books claiming to be the word of God, like Enoch, gospel of Judas etc, and compiling it into 1 book.

As>>852183 said, you are a false church that will lead you to hell. AS Orthobro pointed out, the book was not in existence overnight, it took a couple centuries just to get the scripture settled. scripture which Protestants perverted with false lies and doctrine errors. Yeah Protestantism will lead you to hell, as you have proven.

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5c354b  No.848051[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

As a Catholic some things I like about protestants is their propensity to study the bible. Also I think they make some beautiful church music.

…This is not to say I don't think there are serious errors in schism, but there are certainly some things about Protestantism that I like and I hope one day all Christiandom can be united again

Please post church hymns you love

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a2d293  No.852170

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>>852158

>I don't think you understand what that means.

Good, because you are not correct in that thinking.

>The optional nu is a phonological feature of Ancient Greek where an -n can be added to the end of some grammatical formations when the next word begins with a vowel to prevent two vowels being next to each other.

Actually that would be the movable nu. I said optional, which has a far broader meaning. But again, wouldn't expect you to understand this or to grasp the point at hand here.

The main point is that if you start going to the "pseudo-Hebrew form" of the New Testament you have just denied the basis for the Bible itself. Hopefully, most of us nevertheless understand that.

>Ιησους (Iêsous)

Leaving out the diacritics? You're killing me. You need to add the smooth breathing mark Ἰησοῦς and the circumflex or you're not even speaking a foreign language whatsoever. All you're doing is vomiting up indecipherable gibberish letters. If you're not presenting every single thing with its complete conjugation table, nobody on earth is going to know what you're talking about or take you seriously.

>But I believe your lack of understanding of Greek is what is causing your belief.

What believe exactly? I have just articulated my belief above quite fully.

>As I stated above, the -s in the name of Jesus is not actually a part of the name, and is merely the nominative case marker.

Did I ever say it was?

>This is the same with Jeremias and Elias, where the -s is not a part of the name I.e. the actual names are Jeremia and Elia.

You are still confused here. That's not what I objected to at all. But you should probably be aware that the transliterated names of the prophets are not actually the same as the Greek forms, and they even occur distinctly in the case of Jeremiah. Comp. Matth. 2:17, 27:9 (Ἰερεμίου Ἰερεμίου - transliterated) with Matth. 16:14 (Ἰερεμίας). CoPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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7f371c  No.852367

>>852170

>Actually that would be the movable nu. I said optional, which has a far broader meaning. But again, wouldn't expect you to understand this or to grasp the point at hand here.

You're actually retarded, the word Ιησους cannot contain a movable nu, and an optional nu and movable nu are synonyms. Please learn what you are talking about.

>Leaving out the diacritics? You're killing me. You need to add the smooth breathing mark Ἰησοῦς and the circumflex or you're not even speaking a foreign language whatsoever. All you're doing is vomiting up indecipherable gibberish letters. If you're not presenting every single thing with its complete conjugation table, nobody on earth is going to know what you're talking about or take you seriously.

What even is this autism. The earliest Bibles did not use diacritics, and neither did the Church Fathers. And you can't conjugate a noun, please learn what you're talking about.

>So again, the s or the nu being present or not is in no way affecting what I am and have been saying here. Clearly, those are all spellings present, and that's not even getting into nomina sacra for Jesus.

Again, there can be no movable nu in a singular noun. Please learn what you are talking about. But you argument was that Jeremiah and Ieremias are different, when in reality they are the same except for the latter having the Greek case marker.

>But you should probably be aware that the transliterated names of the prophets are not actually the same as the Greek forms, and they even occur distinctly in the case of Jeremiah. Comp. Matth. 2:17, 27:9 (Ἰερεμίου Ἰερεμίου - transliterated)

Are you being serious? You literally don't have a clue about Greek do you? The genitive of every masculine and neuter noun ends in ου, and Ἰερεμίου is just the genitive form of Ιερμιας. It's not a different transliteration, it's how Greek declension works. Please educate yourself.

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064dbf  No.852369

>>852367

Brutal

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a2d293  No.852376

>>852367

>What even is this autism. The earliest Bibles did not use diacritics, and neither did the Church Fathers. And you can't conjugate a noun, please learn what you're talking about.

I never said that you could.

Again, where did I say that, quote, "every variation of Jesus is false except the original Ιησους." I never said it. In the above post, you specifically accused me of it. The rest of this is just straw men of things that were never said.

>I.e. the actual names are Jeremia and Elia.

Nope lol. Not according to every single topical dictionary and encyclopedia on the subject.

>The earliest Bibles did not use diacritics

It doesn't matter whether or not this is true because you do not have them. The manuscripts do. But I see that you miss the entire point of my highlighting your irrational fixation on grammatical rules as an attempt to ad hominem. You miss the original point of my post. You sperging out about the (actually correct) use of the term "optional nu" has nothing to do with my original point entirely.

>But you rejected it as it was not Ιησους.

Then you fail at reading comprehension. Don't tell me what I did or did not reject. I know that better than you.

>Your issue was not with Yeshua, but with all variations of Ιηεσους.

I specifically said it is not though. I specifically stated in my post before you that the original spelling is relevant. The word is sometimes spelled with a nu at the end, and sometimes not. You get that, right? If not, then disagree with that.

>>852369

Missing charity.

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064dbf  No.852381

>>852376

That too

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1599dd  No.852309[Reply]

for the past year i have masturbated almost everyday as i had lost faith. I have recently gained faith and have started to go to church. my church does its confessions face to face and im super nervous about confessing my masturbation. Any tips on how to overcome the anxiety and what i should say?

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39c440  No.852371

>>852348

>The reason i didnt want to go to confession yet was that i wanted to wait until i could control my self. Thanks for the response

Sometimes I think the same thing. No confession than no communion. No communion no gift of grace from communion.

May as well confess, get the priest's instruction, take communion, and keep working to avoid the sin and praying for grace. The worse case is that the sin is held in confession and you're then no worse off than you are now and that is very unlikely tho' it has been known to happen and if it did, you might consider finding a different confessor.*

* This last part isn't clear to me. This is the advice I heard from a Priest, but there is the little matter of jurisdiction!

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39c440  No.852372

>>852371

> No confession then no communion.

fixed

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7876b1  No.852374

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>>852309

Hey anon. This may be a long post.

I struggled with masturbation for a very long time. I was a very cradle (eastern) Catholic. Whenever I would go to Mass I waited for it to end. I quite disliked the daily masses we would do during the last days of Lent (Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and finally Easter Sunday). I would masturbate (nearly) every day. I would look at porn when I was bored. I would delve deeper and deeper into the rabbit hole. Thankfully though the worst I've ever gone was once looking at gay porn and tentacle/creature porn. For some reason, late summer 2018 (I think), I rediscovered 4chan /pol/. I would browse it every day. The posts I read regarding the Catholic (or Christian in general) faith reignited in me a spark. I learned so much information from these posts that my Catholic school never taught me regarding my Catholic faith. I fell in love with it. I was reignited to go to mass and to partake in Holy Communion as much as possible.

When university rolled around, I went to mass every Sunday. Mind you, I didn't even know all that much about confession and why one needs to go etc. So I attended mass and had Communion in an obvious state of mortal sin (over the many years of masturbating and committing other mortal sins like taking Communion in states of mortal sins). When I fervently went back to Church, I felt great. I felt great peace within me. I was happy. That was something rare I felt. I think apart from graduation and from some things that happened to me as a kid, that was the most happiest I've felt in my life. It was a feeling of pure peace, for lack of a better term. I don't know how to really explain it. It's not your fleeting feeling of happiness. It's more of an inner type of joy. I just felt really "good". Looking back at it now, I believe this was God's way of showing me just a sliver of what it's really like in Heaven, experiencing His Love for you. Going back, I eventually fell into sin again, particularly masturbation. I remember it happening. I hadn't masturbated ever since I had that "revelation" on /pol/ (believe it or not lol. /pol/ brought me back the faith). It'd been maybe 3 months I masturbated then. Anyways, I "brokePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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7876b1  No.852375

Cont…

Eventually I mustered enough courage to go in. If I remember correctly, I asked God to help me. I was pooping my pants from sheer nervousness. I didn't know what to say, or do, or think. The first time I went in to see a priest, I asked the secretary if I could speak to one, and she led me to him. I've seen him around the university before, but I never met him. I told him my story, and how I've never confessed before (he then told me what I said above; that we confess before receiving our First Holy Communion). I explained to the priest that I don't know how to confess: what to say, or do, or things like that. If I remember correctly, he told me to just say all the bad things I've done. He gave some examples. I confessed everything. AND THIS WAS FACE TO FACE. It was his in office, and we didn't have any confessionals. If I'm speaking plainly, I was scared. I was shy to tell him that I masturbated because I didn't know what he would think of me. I later learned that he's heard much worse confessions, and that masturbation is one of the many common confessions he's heard. I confessed everything I could remember. I remember us speaking for an hour/hour and a half. Usually he's busy so it was great that he had that much free time for me to just pour everything out. I believe it was God's work. After that, I kept on going to confession for less serious sins (I was still chaste after the first confession). After your first ever conscious confession, the fear of it just goes away. You no longer feel shy or anxious or nervous about it like the very first time.

I eventually fell back into masturbation after a good streak of not doing it(masturbated 6-7 times in one sitting). I went to confess to him again, telling him that I did it for that amount of times. After that session, I told myself that I will never do it again.

Fast forward to today, and by the Grace of God, to Him be Praise and Glory for ever and ever unto ages and ages, I have been clean from this repugnant sin for nearly 3 years now. I apologise for the wall of text anon, but I wanted you, and any other anons hesitating to know that IT'S OKAY TO FEEL THIS WAY BUT THAT YOU MUST DO IT BECAUSE IT MUST BE DONE. DO NOT FEEL DEFEATED BECAUSE YOU ARE AFRAID. Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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000000  No.852377

>>852309

I disagree with the other posters about couching your deeds in fancy language like "sexual sin" and "incontinence". I believe you should just state these things plainly.

Also, in accordance with the Council of Trent, you must not only confess what sin you committed but also how many times you did it in order for the confession to be valid. Fr. Ripperger says that it's acceptable to just try and estimate the number if you don't know it precisely.

Anyway, from all eternity, God knew every sin man could commit so He won't be shocked into disgust and, as they say, your priest has "heard it all before".

I think another way to rid yourself of your anxiety is to consider the end-game. In the end, at the end of time, everyone who ever existed will be raised from the dead and God will reveal the lives of every person that ever existed to every other person that ever existed. There will be no secrets left. In your eyes, going to confession right now would cost you respect right now. But, your deed will be exposed anyway. What will also be exposed is whether or not you confessed. Ultimately, as a recipient of His mercy or sufferer of His justice, you'll be glorifying God one way or another.

It's possible though that no amount of talk will help here. By sheer brute force of will, you might just have to do it.

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82f8cf  No.852329[Reply]

It always strikes me as weird that a lot of priests and churches are for massimigration and against whites and etno centrism (what the jew media masters and academia calls "racism").

I mean Christianity and judaism are very etno centric religions and it is clearly God's will that whites should have children with whites being the pride of his creation.

I mean king David doomed the blacks/ subsaharian africans, They are a doomed race same with the arabs. Jesus said blacks are animals with feet hands and clothes.

And the dude who killed the white Israelite who married an arab woman (spear / sword through tent) was revarded to be a high priest and what he did was greatly liked by God.

I think Christianity was partly infiltrated by nationalistic jews who wanted to benefit the jews and make the others (romans and the like) weak in the interest of Israel (hence they exaggerated the whole peacenik thing) and other things. To make us weak.

But I still think turning the other cheek is good. Saves time to be creative and do great things and is more secure…

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7d4b4a  No.852331

>>852329

>and is more secure

That literally means nothing if everyone perceives it as weakness and permission to continue hurting you. Insecurity isn't a sin. Behaving in a way that results in people damaging you can be and usually is a sin.

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82f8cf  No.852337

>>852331

Yeah but revenge takes time. Time you could spend being the best you can be and isn't that the worst revenge on your enemies.

What they really want to do is stop you from shining, bring. you down to their level.

That being said dangerous people like mass-murderers must be stoped.

It depends on your enemies resources also doesn't it. If pure evil inbred through incest for generations brain-damaged traumatized idiots steal and get money it's a problem for honest people.

Life is TOTAL warfare always.

But we gotta just get work done I suppose… Also, you revenge something then their kids might take revenge on your kids and then there is war and so on forever.

But some people wanna be killed, death by cop. Maybe just give it to them, the relief of death.

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7d4b4a  No.852347

>>852337

An unchallenged criticism is perceived as damning evidence against your reputation by default no matter how trivial or absurd it is. You already cease shining in the masses eyes the instant someone says "Did you seriously just use ketchup instead of mustard?" You have two options since never getting criticized is impossible: either respond in a way that debunks the claim/shows how angry you are at the claim or lose social status because only "unpog virgin tard faggot nazi incel bigot loser weirdo nerd chuds" get criticized in the eyes of the irrationally souled masses. You're already dragged below their level the instant they open the same hole they use for drugs and their sexually perverted crimes against nature.

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6063ec  No.852368

>>852347

What do you mean about sexual perversion? And crimes against nature?

I think sex can be healthy.

And I think God does change his views on matters. He did update his religion by sending us his son Jesus.

But he can't do that all the time.

But now with condoms and the like I think it may be so that GOD does not dislike for us to have partners sexual before marriage as long as it's respectful and the like.

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f8c74d  No.852365[Reply]

The debate between theists and atheists has never really been over the question as to whether or not God exists because God does exist, that much is evident. No, it seems to me that the real debate is not over the existence of God, but what is the existence of God? What is God?

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785765  No.852366

>>852365

He's pretty obviously Logos. His creation, the universe, is logical and understandable by rational humans given enough time and development. What do "atheists" claim God is?

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323e1c  No.852295[Reply]

Annihilationism or eternal torment?

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0b61c7  No.852356

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>>852353

Wha- what are you talking about? I'm not a demon sent to torment you.

Stop asking questions, schizotardcelvirginazi. Take your drugs and media brainwashing.

Help, daddy Satan. The humans are tormenting me again. Call the infernal police.

That's him right there officer, the one using critical thinking and knowing things I don't want him to. Thank Jesus that was resolved quickly.

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4756b7  No.852358

>>852336

I have no idea what Church teaching is on that. I'll leave that up to God. Since I don't know, I believe it is best to treat everyone as having immortal souls and not as animals.

Babies who are baptized go to heaven if they die before the age of reason (was 8, N.O. says 14? What happened to all the children who were 9-14 who died before 1964?)

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200e7c  No.852360

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0b61c7  No.852362

>>852358

A soul is either permanently rational or irrational from birth. However, sin can still lead a rational soul to hell. God's decisions don't hinge on N.O. but I don't think that particular topic is worth rebelling against the present Vatican for.

>Inb4 a sede calls me an actual demon for saying that.

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10cc4a  No.852364

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d7310b  No.851884[Reply]

He not wrong. Cobra Kai probably the only recent America show that portrayed, fatherhood, Christianity, masculinity and family in a positive light.

https://archive.fo/LAqJe

https://www.christianpost.com/voices/5-reasons-christians-should-watch-netflixs-cobra-kai.html

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eabbb5  No.852192

Cobra Kai is a pretty good TV show, it's an amazing TV show compared to all of the garbage on TV these days.

Some of the fight scenes are way over-the-top, but the acting is pretty good, the dialogue and over-arching plot is decent, but my favorite part of the series is the character Johnny Lawrence, a man who is trying to fix himself and do the right thing. He's a great actor, very underrated. It's ashame that his only roles have been in Karate Kid films before this TV series.

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d7310b  No.852231

>>852192

Cobra Kai the only TV show taking jabs at woke culture. No wonder why journalists hate it.

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0d9b71  No.852354

>>851884

No, christians really shouldn't support the depravity of netflix. That'd only benefit the leftist camp, which is the enemy of everything that's good in the world.

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adf563  No.852357

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>>852354

Netflix wokeness is not a leftist move, since leftism is ultimately about (many things but to save some time) the working class, since Netflix is a business they are virtue signaling to neoliberals because they're the widest audience now, and this wokeness is now the standard of HR driven corporate culture.

Many on the right complain about how corporate America is seemingly pro “cultural” left, with every major corporation blasting out messages about supporting Black Lives Matter, etc. while the left sees this as a cynical way for corporations to have good PR while not committing to any substantive changes (for example raising their workers wages), the right sees it as evidence that the wealthy elites are on the side of a nebulous “left”.

One of the things that is lacking is a materialist economic explanation of why corporations do performative wokeness. Many on the right think that corporations are somehow acting against their own financial interests “get woke, go broke” and are therefore overriding their financial interests to enact some sort of (possibly jewish) conspiracy to push ‘social justice’ even if it loses them money. The real explanation is simpler: they do it because it makes them money.

Neoliberal wokeness is great because it doesn't involve having to actually do anything. Slap a rainbow on a doritos bag and voila, you're an LGBTQ&c ally.

I believe the political shift towards the professional-managerial class has also heavily contributed to this. I remember this current trend of "emphasizing diversity" and "sensitivity training" type mindsets in the 90s as corporations sought to mitigate costs from workers suing them for discrimination or harassment or whatever. Now everything is run like these corporate HR departments as people raised in this sort of corporate environment have gained positions of influence and power.

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d7310b  No.852363

>>852354

Cobra Kai didn’t start out as a Netflix show. Ironically youtube red channel the show originally for being politically incorrect. Netflix just brought the show because it was popular and they wanted a manadlorian. Netflix probably will ruined cobra Kai with that said.

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282633  No.852017[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Amen

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ca18e9  No.852279

"But if that policy be carried out the final results must be that such a

nation will eventually terminate its own existence on this earth; for

though man may defy the eternal laws of procreation during a certain

period, vengeance will follow sooner or later. A stronger race will oust

that which has grown weak; for the vital urge, in its ultimate form,

will burst asunder all the absurd chains of this so-called humane

consideration for the individual and will replace it with the humanity

of Nature, which wipes out what is weak in order to give place to the

strong."

Matthew 5:5

Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth.

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ca18e9  No.852280

"et me explain: Man must not fall into the error of thinking that he was

ever meant to become lord and master of Nature. A lopsided education has

helped to encourage that illusion. Man must realize that a fundamental

law of necessity reigns throughout the whole realm of Nature and that

his existence is subject to the law of eternal struggle and strife. He

will then feel that there cannot be a separate law for mankind in a

world in which planets and suns follow their orbits, where moons and

planets trace their destined paths, where the strong are always the

masters of the weak and where those subject to such laws must obey them

or be destroyed. Man must also submit to the eternal principles of this

supreme wisdom. He may try to understand them but he can never free

himself from their sway."

Genesis 1:26

Then God said, "Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground."

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f01d13  No.852292

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8aabb6  No.852298

>>852147

> Third Reich was completely anti-Catholic, but it was a hardcore Protestant state.

This is incorrect

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f01d13  No.852361

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There is no doubt that Hitler tried to remove the Jews from Germany as well as the Brits and French who were forcing Germany to pay war reparation, as Germany was made into their slave state.

Hitler signed the Transfer agreement with the Zionist.

The evidence for an intentional genocide is weak, lacks veracity (e.g. roller coaster, masturbation machines, lampshade and soap all found to be lies) and comes down to the insistance that "final solution" is a code word for "genocide" when it is rather obvious that it more likely means resettlement in Palestine, Madagascar or Argentina.

First charge: Hitler separated Jews from Gentiles

Apparently true. Is that wicked? It's required of governments to do so under the decree of the Council of Basel, so I'd say in and of itself, it is not wicked. Methods may have been sinful.

Second Charge: Mass Murder

This would be wickedness. But there is no proof it happened, and sound evidence it did not e.g. the claim is that half the jewish population was murdered by 1945, but by 1948 the world Jewish population had increased. So, no.

Perspective: The US murders 800,000 unborn children each year

Biden will expand that to post birth abortions; i.e. if a child survives an abortion, they will murder it. This is not done because babies promote wickedness, run the porn industry, turn the media into satanic lies, but because they promise a nice hedonistic life without the child, and that's a Satanic Sacrifice to Moloch.

The US of A is far more wicked that even the fictional "Nazis"

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