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9a6f9b  No.12034[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

No more splintered boards. We now have moderation at /christian/

>>>/christian/

New thread creation has been disabled

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

Please keep all meta discussion in this thread.

>Even on a Christian board, only post on this website over tor or a trusted VPN

This board was begun as an alternative to /christian/ at a time when that board was poorly moderated. That is in the past. It does not matter anymore. Both camps have legitimate complaints about the other, but "the Lord's servant must not be quarrelsome but kind to everyone". It would be a good thing to end the dispute and not be splintered any longer.

Please, do not post on /christian/ at all

Since the migration to 8kun, there has been no moderation on /christian/. The last BO and crew publicly announced that they had no intent to return and did not want it to migrate, even saying they didn't support the very premise of a Christian anonymous imageboard. In the absence of any moderation there, this board is obviously preferable as the face of Christianity on 8kun. In this interest, we need to entirely boycott /christian/ so it drops in the list based on active ISP count.

If and when there is a new BO with fair moderation practices, we should move back to /christian/. Just for legacy's sake, it would be better to carry on into the future as one board on /christian/. Full disclosure, I requested ownership more than a month ago.

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2ad35d  No.10334[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I was alone in a café in Fatima drinking my Fanta when I noticed a group of Catholic preppies (5 boys and 2 girls) sitting next to me drinking beer and bantering among themselves. One of them was wearing a medallion of Our Lady and was going on and on about how the communists are ruining the Church and how the "fags" are destroying the sanctity of marriage and so on. I thought to myself:

>"Nice, a fellow Traditional Catholic who isn't afraid to call out the reprobates".

I joined them after a while and we started talking about the moral degradation of the Church, the homosexual priests, the people being pro-abortion and female ordination and so on and, at some point, I turned to them and said:

>"Fags are a danger to the Church, that's true. But we need to remind ourselves that the first phenomenon that contributed to the desacralization of the Holy Matrimony was not fags getting married but the acceptance of divorce. In my opinion, and this is backed up by the catechism of the Catholic Church, a divorced man is as much as a degenerate as a homosexual".

Then there was a strange silence and I knew I done goofed. Dude got up and punched me in the nose:

>"Who are you calling a degenerate, you FRICKing queer? Get out of here!"

I threw my Fanta at him and we scuffled a bit until one of his friends grabbed me and brought me outside. Turns out 3 of them, 2 boys and 1 girl, were divorced. I swear none of them was older than 35.

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9a8c68  No.12589

>>10334

John the baptist called out divorce as no good, and he was executed for it.

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2eddc3  No.12660

>>10334

This is why it's important to learn how to defend yourself. If that happened to me I would've suplexed that cunt and used some boxing on the other two queers.

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4af1a3  No.12661

>>10334

Accept the Hindu pill M8

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d50961  No.12689

>>12660

<“But I say unto you, That ye resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also.” Matthew 5:39

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1aa7a6  No.12881

>>10406

>I feel like a sucker, like I take stuff more seriously than it needs to

No that's just a decent reaction fueled by piety.

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87a91c  No.10257[Reply]

Any animal that has a split hoof and chews the cud is deemed "clean"; the pig does have a split hoof but it does not chew the cud so it is "unclean".

I find this wise because any animal that is so primitive a part of its digestive process is regurgitating the food it eats and swallowing it again must be so unintelligent that it doesn't care about being locked in a cage for its entire life.

A pig has about as intelligent as a dog so when you eat pork you might as well be funding an industry that locks dogs in cages for their entire lives.

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26d312  No.12832

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>>10264

>Levitical law has been fulfilled, it is no longer relevant.

post at least 3 verses that overturn GOD's eternal Commandments:

>17 “Do not think that I came to do away with or undo the Law [of Moses] or the [writings of the] Prophets; I did not come to destroy but to fulfill. 18 For I assure you and most solemnly say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter or stroke [of the pen] will pass from the Law until all things are accomplished. 19 So whoever breaks one of the least [important] of these commandments, and teaches others to do the same, will be called least [important] in the kingdom of heaven; but whoever practices and teaches them, he will be called great in the kingdom of heaven.

>20 “For I say to you that unless your righteousness (uprightness, moral essence) is more than that of the scribes and Pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.

\\\\

Also, Jesus cast out demons into pigs. Would you eat those? What about bat soup?

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987e9f  No.12833

Ever read Acts 15? The reason animals with hooves are clean is because the hooves suspend them over the ground God cursed in Genesis 3, and they're split hoofed because the Israelites are supposed to walk straight, not to the left/right. (The significance of that is what Christ says, broad is the way to destruction, narrow is the way to life.)

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a26cc7  No.12837

I disagree that pork shouldn't be eaten, but I definitely cut it down.

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8412fa  No.12873

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>>10257

James B. Jordan

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4025e7  No.12880

>>10257

have to agree with others here that this represents lost wisdom of the bible

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a3f99c  No.11858[Reply]

Brain wash, give me a reason to believe

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4e5b35  No.11871

>>11858

The resurrection of Christ.

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1e84db  No.12065

>>11858

>Brain wash, give me a reason to believe

If the care and intentionality of the universe around you isn't sufficient reason for you to realize that this place and everything in it was designed with compassion and purpose, then I'm afraid nothing that anyone says is going to change your mind.

Ephesians 2:8

>For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God;

Persisting faith is a supernatural gift. If you want it, ask the gift giver for it. He's the only one that can give it to you. It's his choice.

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3d1f78  No.12859

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526b8b  No.12861

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

The testimony of others.

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82d00b  No.12879

Last year, my local church gave us specific reasoning for believing in the Resurrection, citing how Jesus's death on the cross can be proved by science: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/403315

Also, there are historical accounts of Jesus's resurrection outside of the Bible; here's an account by Phlegon of Tralles from the 2nd century AD: “Jesus, while alive, was of no assistance to himself, but that he arose after death, and exhibited the marks of his punishment, and showed how his hands had been pierced by nails” (Origen Against Celsus, Book 2, Chapter 59: http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/origen162.html ).

Also, there's nothing to lose from accepting Jesus, and everything to gain. By believing, you give yourself the opportunity for a peaceful life after death. Is there anything specific from stopping you from believing?

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bb0d72  No.6165[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Haven't seen one of these yet, to my knowledge, so here we go.

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dbb46d  No.12864

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Idk what to do anymore

I want to become a tradcat, I even went to a latin mass today. Its even affiliated with SSPX. However the church was old, decaying, dusty and there was no heating system.

I felt very uncomfortable. Confession made me even more uncomfortable. The zombie-like repetition of the mary prayer made me want to leave. I left after confession.

I want to die, I have never felt this more depressed before. I think my mere existence is a cosmic joke made by god himself. I've been dealing with mental illness too.

I also have a hunch that my uncomfortableness in the church is satan playing games with me.

I made my mom cry by saying that I think that Pope John XXIII should have been burned at the stake for creating Vatican II.

I've been attending an orthodox church but its not the same. Nothing satisfies me. I have even tried non christian faiths. I don't know what to believe anymore.

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768460  No.12866

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>>12864

sounds like you still engage in impure acts which violate the 6th and 9th commandments. you must stay away from anything relating to sex if you wish to become closer to God.

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852432  No.12874

>>12863

How is that split going, by the way? I heard news that hopefully you won't be forced to leave and form a new denomination, but instead it might be the fags that will be forced to leave, like what happened with the LCMS Seminex crap in the 70's.

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66b1f5  No.12877

>>12864

Anon. Sadly I know that feel. Life is really hard, because we're not in Heaven yet. The questions you must ask yourself is why would you like to be satisfied? Is it some kind of consumerist drive? A Netflix religion search, searching for the next fix? I'm not Catholic myself, but Catholics have a giant advantage that most Protestants overlook. The Saints. You are not alone, people have lived before you and had the same struggles as you do. Or as Ecclisiastes says it "nothing is new under the Sun". I would suggest you read Confessions by (St.) Augustine, it is an eye-opener and I think the book takes up some of the themes that worry you. I will pray for you to find peace with Lord. God bless you Anon.

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66b1f5  No.12878

>>12631

Well, your friend should learn dogmatics. I can tell why Lutheran's don't consider marriage a sacrament. A sacrament is something that is created by God (marriage is, but wait), gives grace (marriage doesn't) and has something material connected to it (marriage doesn't). Word of God gives grace, but it's not a sacrament as it has nothing material - it is God's work in the heart of the believer. The only two sacraments (legit churches) recognize are baptism and eucharist. Also, I don't see why some Protestans claim that bread doesn't remain Jesus' body after the words of institution - that's just some weird Protestant pragmatics which I don't agree with. Hope it was a good answer.

Also:

Don't listen to heretics, but remember that even though the priest is a woman her sacraments and her preaching are still legit as it is God's a not her work, if she's a bad preacher find a normal priest. If someone marries gay-homos in the Church, ignore their propaganda and pray for them. Maybe they're lost, and need a sign from God.

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06e143  No.12082[Reply]

How many Orthos we got.

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e17582  No.12093

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>>12082

American Orthodox Gang assemble!

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380e14  No.12279

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>>12082

reporting in

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bab567  No.12814

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751f92  No.12820

>>12082

Why isn't there a General?

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8063a9  No.12876

I'm old world orthodox and deeply want to become a priest. However i fear my way of understanding the Bible will eventually cause people around me to view me as another sectarian

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ae40ca  No.12722[Reply]

I am relatively new to Christianity, being raised in a secular home through my childhood and having no faith into my adult life outside of vapid consumerism. I have recently come across Torah-Observant Christianity and it seems to resonate very much with me; I feel called by it.

>inb4 Judaism & /pol/tier screeching

This is nothing like Judaism.

To clarify, I follow the Law to the best of my ability out of love and obedience to the Most High. I do not believe that any works nor observance of the teachings are done as a requirement of salvation, but rather faith alone in the Grace of our Savior Yeshua the Messiah is the only way to be saved. Also, I have nor want nothing to do with the paganism that the star of David/Remphan represents (gentile usurpers).

Can we get a discussion going on this? What are your thoughts on the Law? My eyes and ears are receptive to what you have to say, and I would love to hear from my Christian brothers and sisters of all backgrounds. Thank you, and God be with you always.

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8cba02  No.12824

>>12782

I don't know what you're talking about, but I guess you might be referring to a trip?

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0527a6  No.12857

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OP here; thank you to everyone so far for their contributions, opinions, and other input.

>>12764

I do have a few questions, most of which are quite "novice" and I'm sure they could be answered by a quick Google search. However, I'd rather hear the answer from the community here than there.

>reminder that I'm quite new to the faith and have much left to read

1.) Is the reason keepers of the Torah maintain certain laws but not others based on whether or not the perpetuity of the law is specifically noted? For example, regarding "Yom Kippur" in Judaism, Leviticus 16:29-34 specifically states in verse 34 that this atonement is to be an "everlasting statute":

>34 And this shall be an everlasting statute unto you, to make an atonement for the children of Israel for all their sins once a year. And he did as the Lord commanded Moses.

Are certain laws, like dietary laws, {implied} as perpetual/everlasting despite not being specifically noted thereof? How am I to know the things the glorious sacrifice of Yeshua changed, and what has not changed?

Hopefully this doesn't come off as too foolish of a question or some kind of concern-trolling.

2.) What is the best Holy Bible version for Torah-observant Christians? I have read that the Tree of Life Version is one of the best, but I do like KJV despite its outdated English vernacular and the occasional poor translation. It also (a) leads me to my Strong's Concordance often (thus better understanding), and (b) has stood the test of time quite well.

3.) Some Torah-observant Christians will state that there are simply laws that cannot be followed because they "don't fit our current culture" or are otherwise "impossible" to keep in the modern day. To some degree this feels like mental gymnastics and cherry-picking. I'm not speaking of fat/blood or other animal sacrifice, as the answer to why that isn't practiced is quite clear. How is this reconciled?

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ead048  No.12870

>>12722

Christians do observe the Torah

It's the Jews who practice so-called Judaism who don't.

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f8851f  No.12871

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>>12857

>What is the best Holy Bible version for Torah-observant Christians?

Assuming the MT is beyond you, I mostly use the NRSV in my commandment-keeping. I also own the NJPS, and I keep the KJV around for the memes, but I generally find the NRSV to be actionable without assistance.

Here's an example of a rare exception for me with the NRSV: in Leviticus 19.30 and 26:2, "reverence" is used as an imperative verb; I find that confusing.

- KJV: Ye shall keep my sabbaths, and reverence my sanctuary: I am the Lord.

- NRSV: You shall keep my sabbaths and reverence my sanctuary: I am the Lord.

- NJPS: You shall keep My sabbaths and venerate My sanctuary: I am the LORD (19:30). You shall keep My sabbaths and venerate My sanctuary, Mine, the LORD’s (26:2)

I'm sure the NJPS won't fit your needs, however. I'm told that the NASB is generally pretty good despite it sharing this particular problem. The NIV uses "have reverence."

>Some Torah-observant Christians will state that there are simply laws that cannot be followed because they "don't fit our current culture" or are otherwise "impossible" to keep in the modern day. To some degree this feels like mental gymnastics and cherry-picking. I'm not speaking of fat/blood or other animal sacrifice, as the answer to why that isn't practiced is quite clear. How is this reconciled?

I'm interesting in hearing this take as well, though I don't know if we'll see it on this dead board.

>>12870

See attached.

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7c7fd2  No.12875

Jews call it Torah. Christians call it Pentateuch, or Old Testament. We share the same body of scripture if you weren't aware and both religions have differences based on how they interpret this body of sacred text.

Regarding your question, you make the mistake a lot of people do by interpreting the Pentateuch 1)In by itself 2) by yourself. This is a wrong method of interpretation. The Gospels are first and foremost works of theologic commentary expounding on the Pentateuch aswell as the larger body of Old Israelite scripture. As such, the Pentateuch must be read and understood strictly through the definitions and understandings already present in the Gospels. Just as >>12769 pointed out, customs prescribed such as circumcision, temple sacrifice, levitical orders, passover, festival of first fruits, etc, have been replaced in Christ Jesus with Baptism, universal royal priesthood, sunday breaking of His body, Easter Ressurection, pentecost and so on and so forth . Also the verses in Matthew 5: 21, 27-30 only prove of the supersession of the laws of old. They are not forgotten or abolished, but are given a new meaning with the existence of Christ in our lives

Unless you cannot find verses in the Gospel that touch upon dietary laws of old, there really is no reason for you to lapse into Judaism.

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296f1f  No.11419[Reply]

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cd1655  No.12498

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Dr. Ryan Reeves:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrI5U0R293u9uveijefKyAA

He's a theology professor at Gordon-Conwell seminary and basically gives you a PHD course on theology and church history for free in short, easy to understand videos.

The playlists for church history, reformation history, and Luther and Calvin are outstanding. He has solid information on all of the denominations. But has a large encyclopedia of Catholic, Lutheran, and Calvinist thought. Even goes into a lot of detail of chruch/denomination history in America.

I can't say enough how great this was and how much it helped me learn about Christianity.

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83251b  No.12502

>>11845

Not quite the same but his gaming channel is still up.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC02d-5O_tWVq2-XcmB5k7EQ

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ee26b5  No.12872

>>12498

love that channel.

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837093  No.10223[Reply]

Last thread died

Share /christianity/ related podcasts here.

Please share one podcast per post, and provide

>Name

>Subscribe link

>Brief description

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c66d4a  No.10430

Unbelievable?

https://unbelievable.podbean.com/feed.xml

>Unbelievable? engages in fundamental questions on Christianity with the intention to openly discuss different opinions between Christians and non-believers.

It's a debate program

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98e0c8  No.10491

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TRUNEWS with Rick Wiles

https://youtube.com/user/TRUNEWSofficial/

>TruNews is the world's leading news source that reports, analyzes, and comments on global events and trends with a conservative, Christian worldview. We believe Christians need and deserve their own global news network to keep the worldwide Church informed, and to offer Christians a positive alternative to the anti-Christian bigotry of the mainstream media.

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ed7714  No.10610

>>10423

Word on Fire I second that one, it's good. But if you want woke and conspiracy yet christ focused truther info, then I highly recommend:

Discovering the Truth with Dan Duval

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/discovering-truth-with-dan-duval/id583758126

>Daniel Duval shares current events, teachings, and information from relevant guests on a Christ centered talk radio program.

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509fb9  No.12057

good thread

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0aa4d7  No.12869

The Godcast on the TRS network. I know that many here will be offput by the pro-white nature of the site (y tho), and that's up to you, but I heartily recommend giving them a listen, as well as the rest of the shows on the site.

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File: 5c03de04713c778⋯.jpg (101.71 KB, 638x480, 319:240, Reformers.jpg)

088ed7  No.12716[Reply]

what is the best form of protestantism and what is the worst form? why? i need a denomination.

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61673f  No.12843

>>12719

What is the difference between the PCA and Orthodox Presbyterians?

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42b33e  No.12846

>>12774

They lose just on name alone. Not even Luther would approve.

Why they never took the same Evangelical label as the Germans, I don't know.

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9cac82  No.12850

File: a91f408c9ac85db⋯.jpg (66.74 KB, 750x562, 375:281, Prophecy.jpg)

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794eec  No.12867

File: b1582128dcab309⋯.jpg (298.31 KB, 1608x1976, 201:247, Charles_Coughlin.jpg)

>>12716

>best form of protestantism

Best: <null>

Worst: All forms of protestantism

Extra ecclesiam nulla salus: there is no salvation outside of the Catholic church.

I'm simply telling you the absolute facts, not trying to convince you, but rather, answering your question. Go ahead and worship protestant heresy and disregard the teachings of the Holy Bible all you like…after all, you do have free will. ;)

<Source: Catechism of the Council of Trent

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404a15  No.12868

File: aa188eb06ac2ba9⋯.png (1.26 MB, 1845x1080, 41:24, 1555730588159.png)

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File: 2d74ac9c745b420⋯.jpg (507.25 KB, 1480x833, 1480:833, Luther95theses.jpg)

2f0ee7  No.6580[Reply]

If I recall correctly Martin Luther was accused of facilitating a type of Christianity that will allow everyone to be as greedy as possible and completely disregard their fellow human being in their quest to gain as much wealth as possible. During Luther's time what we now know as capitalism was on the rise when the catholic church's power was waning and we saw less serfs serving landlords and more mercantilism and mobility.

Did Luther call out capitalism for the evil that it is? Not coveting is one of the 10 commandments and Paul says in Colossians 3:5 that greed is idolatry.

I'm asking you all because whenever I search "Martin Luther and Capitalism" I just get a bunch of articles on Martin Luther King Jr. allegedly being a communist.

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1eff8e  No.6591

File: 4d6d6ec27dc4d82⋯.gif (3.8 KB, 452x523, 452:523, whos behind this post?.gif)

>>6580

>capitalism for the evil that it is

Shoo shoo commie

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e0767e  No.6609

>>6580

Are you honestly trying to insinuate that they werent capitalists at that time period? Do ypu even know, rightly, what capitalism is?

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2f0ee7  No.6619

>>6591

I thought you Nazis believe Jews are both capitalists and communists.

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ce5692  No.6623

>>6619

The ndsap rose to power as a reaction to the jewish communist revolt in Germany in the interwar period.

Today, Jews hold undue influence in the crony capitalist scheme of western governments like the US. It isn't philosophically consistent (free market) capitalism because it involves so much state intervention in the favor of certain groups. This is communism lite, socialism.

Jews are to communism as sicilians are to the mafia. This is a basic fact of history.

I'm not even a nazi sympathizer.

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000000  No.12865

>>6580

>If I recall correctly Martin Luther was accused of facilitating a type of Christianity that will allow everyone to be as greedy as possible and completely disregard their fellow human being in their quest to gain as much wealth as possible.

Not at all, quite the opposite.

>Did Luther call out capitalism for the evil that it is?

Yes. He wrote extensively on this.

http://www.lutherdansk.dk/Martin%20Luther%20-%20On%20trading%20and%20usury%201524/ON%20TRADING%20AND%20USURY%20-%20backup%20020306.htm

And here is another quote by Luther about usury:

The heathen were able, by the light of reason, to conclude that a usurer is a double-dyed thief and murderer. We Christians, however, hold them in such honour, that we fairly worship them for the sake of their money….

Whoever eats up, robs, and steals the nourishment of another, that man commits as great a murder (so far as in him lies) as he who starves a man or utterly undoes him. Such does a usurer, and sits the while safe on his stool, when he ought rather to be hanging on the gallows, and be eaten by as many ravens as he has stolen guilders, if only there were so much flesh on him, that so many ravens could stick their beaks in and share it.

Meanwhile, we hang the small thieves…. Little thieves are put in the stocks, great thieves go flaunting in gold and silk…. Therefore is there, on this earth, no greater enemy of man (after the devil) than a gripe-money, and usurer, for he wants to be God over all men.

Turks, soldiers, and tyrants are also bad men, yet must they let the people live, and Confess that they are bad, and enemies, and do, nay, must, now and then show pity to some.

But a usurer and money-gluttoPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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f3fa66  No.11685[Reply]

Daily reminder that Jesus is God and the second person in the holy Trinity. :) If you do not believe in this then you are not Christian and shouldn't be on this board! :D Please repent. :)

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46fdae  No.12826

>>11685

>Jesus is God and the second person in the holy Trinity

chapter and verses please?

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f3fa66  No.12844

>>12826

John 1:1-14

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e6e0f8  No.12853

File: 139ea0ce5120d58⋯.jpg (68.45 KB, 595x479, 595:479, 1582230849554.jpg)

>>12826

>>12844

Trinity isn't mentioned. Jesus is God in some sense because He is a replica of God The Father. But I still think God The Father is superior to Jesus, the Son.

I'm still researching the topic. Please pray for me to find the truth of the Godhead. The pagan Trinity just doesn't make logical sense to me. I don't trust the opinion of Roman gentile-convert pagans during the Council of Nicaea

Every bible verse on the Divinity shows Arianism. The catholic church rejected Arianism because the catholicuck church is the "Great Whore of Babylon"

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2a6101  No.12858

>>12853

>Please pray for me to find the truth of the Godhead.

Then I will pray for you to learn about the Council of Nicaea

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9be79a  No.12862

File: ceee53b70c6dd68⋯.jpg (99.85 KB, 245x315, 7:9, 1577048603559.jpg)

>>12853

>The pagan Trinity

>belives in Arianism, belief created by Greeks to adapt christianity to greek paganism

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194734  No.12272[Reply]

Christchannel.xyz has come to a close. I started it during the 8chan hiatus, but now we're back and the userbase all came here.

If you ever posted, thanks for coming. It was fun.

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7fe3d5  No.12289

>>12278

Aye, unless it's a drain somehow, it would make more sense to keep it around as a backup bunker in case things go AWOL around here again.

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af08de  No.12298

>>12284

What spam are you referring to? I don't see anything disruptive on the catalog myself, just a dead advert thread and two JW-tier threads that have been BTFO'ed.

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7bfe01  No.12847

Rats, I stumbled upon Christ channel a few months ago but never really checked it out, was looking for it today but sad to see I'm a few weeks late to the party. Any chance of it ever going up again?

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00b977  No.12848

>>12272

Good. That Amazon VPS was horrible with the database crashing every day.

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d6f27d  No.12860

unnecessary bump

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4f4d14  No.5945[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

so, guys, I may be barred from joining a church that I've been attending for nearly two years because I told the pastor, in confidence, that I don't *like* interracial marriage. I made it clear that I don't claim any biblical proof for this, but I do consider it a strong opinion/value. sad thing is that these people are like family to me at this point. I don't know how I can leave now.

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325d69  No.12185

Daily reminder, race mixing is a demonic doctrine.

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74eccf  No.12323

File: 06da58c19f78455⋯.jpg (944.78 KB, 2048x2000, 128:125, 1579548041278.jpg)

>"Be on guard, my son, against fornication; and above all choose your wife from the RACE OF YOUR ANCESTORS. Do not take a foreign wife, one not of your father’s tribe, for we are descendants of the prophets. My son, remember that back to the earliest days our ancestors, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, all chose wives from their KINDRED. They were blessed in their children, and their descendants will possess the land. So, you too, my son, must love your kindred; do not be too proud to take a wife from among the women of your own nation. Such pride breeds ruin and disorder, and the waster declines into poverty; waste is the mother of starvation.”

White people are Israelites from the 10 lost tribes of Israel. We shouldn't mix with non-Israelites. GOD might allow the other races to mix however.

https://youtu.be/h1kAbmNIPNE

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74eccf  No.12324

File: 06da58c19f78455⋯.jpg (944.78 KB, 2048x2000, 128:125, 1579548041278.jpg)

>"Be on guard, my son, against fornication; and above all choose your wife from the RACE OF YOUR ANCESTORS. Do not take a foreign wife, one not of your father’s tribe, for we are descendants of the prophets. My son, remember that back to the earliest days our ancestors, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, all chose wives from their KINDRED. They were blessed in their children, and their descendants will possess the land. So, you too, my son, must love your kindred; do not be too proud to take a wife from among the women of your own nation. Such pride breeds ruin and disorder, and the waster declines into poverty; waste is the mother of starvation.”

White people are Israelites from the 10 lost tribes of Israel. We shouldn't mix with non-Israelites. GOD might allow the other races to mix however.

https://youtu.be/h1kAbmNIPNE

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7a3c1c  No.12329

>>12324

And what is that a quotation from? I'm 100% against race mixing, but how do you Christian Identity guys deal with the absence of your doctrines from church history? And why would you want to be Israelites considering what was written about them in the Old Testament? God did not speak favorably of them at all.

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cfbe46  No.12856

>>5970

So there is a natural surplus in male already in every society.

When now the black men take all the white women, maybe because there is an invasion into your country, this is the root of discord and anger and a lot of frustration.

These frustrated sexless, in the sense of not having a sexual and marriage partner, then are a danger for the society, as much as the other ethnicity.

Ofcourse they will be mad and maybe even -oh they are human- turn violant or hostile at some point.

There is very surely rare cases of "natural" inermixing. but when theres media and masses behind brainwashing into it, you can considert it to be bluntly unnatural.

Also you got to ask about how christian it is, to take your fellow christians women away.

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89b498  No.12566[Reply]

Is the Holy Ghost female? I know in Greek he is neuter but isn't the Holy Spirit in Aramaic feminine? Jesus spoke Aramaic so would he have used female pronouns for the Holy Ghost?

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15c955  No.12618

>>12617

>So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them

yes

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55b6cd  No.12632

>>12618

The semicolon in that verse indicates it's a related but separate clause. The verse says

>God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him

It doesn't say woman was made in the image of God, only that she was created. Which makes sense since a few verses later she is taken out of the side of Adam.

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684afc  No.12655

>>12566

I don't think so

>Let US make MAN in OUR image

If man was made in the image of The Holy Ghost, then it couldn't be feminine.

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520420  No.12741

>>12611

>>12610

>>12655

All three of you could be correct and here is why. Adam, in the day he was created, was in the image of God. What does that mean? In Genesis 5:1-2

>THIS is the book of the generations of Adam. In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made he him;

>Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created.

Adam and Eve in the day they were created were called Adam, since its like marriage. The wife takes the name of the husband in the marriage. So going back to Genesis 1:27-28

>So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.

So God created Adam and Eve, calling them Adam and then gave the order in verse 28

>And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.

He ordered them being a single unit, in the day they were created and called Adam, to be fruitful and multiply. That is what the image of God is, being able be fruitful and multiply as a single unit. God does not require a wife to reproduce/create things. Nor did Adam in the day they were created as God ordered Adam to be fruitful and multiply the very next verse. But shortly thereafter when Eve was taken out of Adam was Adam no longer able to be fruitful and multiply by himself like God can, therefore was no longer in the image of God. See Matthew 19:3-6

>The Pharisees also came unto him, tempting him, and saying unto him, Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause?

>And he answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at thePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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1057be  No.12855

File: 7bdde45ebf599b2⋯.jpg (120.9 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, Grace.jpg)

>>12566

The idea of a feminine "holy spirit" might comes from the kabalistic-jewish idea of the chechinah or Shekinah spirit. Which is the female expression of the jewish maingod Ein Sof.

Also Shekinah or anything similar is not in the new, not in the old Testament but comes straight from the Kabalah.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/FauOFMJBxHsE/

>>12741

There was this jewish couple on Trunews teaching a tiny bit about "Adam Kadmon" which is another jewish fable about Adam being a mixed being partly male and female.

However you can take from the bible quite certain, that Adam wasn't divided into male and female later.

But God made Adm in his picture and then took the rib of Adam later and made Eve out of his rib. Not out of the "leftover female body parts" or something.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/-3T3n4ShefU/

Also ever head the word Pilpul?

It's basically argueing forth and back about the same thing until either you go insane and shizophrenic or simply don't understand anything anymore, because everything makes no sense and nothing makes every sense.

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