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9a6f9b  No.12034 [Open thread][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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4c020e  No.12981

Hii I’m new to this board and was wondering if you could make a general chat thread?

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1a602e  No.12168 [Open thread]

Mormonism IS NOT Christian

Mormons ARE NOT saved

For this reason, we need to counter mormonism wherever we can.

>Famous "Mormon Jesus" cartoon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3BqLZ8UoZk

>"Latter Day Satans: Mormons Exposed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la41vzXtnwU (Steven Anderson & Co documentary)

QRD on the Mormon history:

>2nd great awakening in the US

>Poor, charismatic young man Joseph Smith claims to have visions and to uncover ancient, undiscovered scriptures in New York

>Scriptures are translated, followers are gathered

>Smith is a Prophet

>Move to Missouri

>Driven out, move to Illinois

>Driven out, Smith killed by angry mob, begin exodus to unsettled Utah

>Time passes. Exponentially increase via birthrates and zealous proselytizing

>Doctrine develops. US govt intervenes. Schisms form.

Mormon doctrine basics:

>4 holy books: Bible, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, Pearl of Great Price

>President is a prophet who regularly receives special revelation from God regarding doctrine

>Almost everyone goes to heaven, which has several levels

>There are an infinite number of gods and worlds

>Everyone previously had a spiritual life before physical birth

>Satan and Jesus are brothers

>Mormons ultimately strive to become Gods of other worlds in the afterlife

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ff6890  No.12696

>>12528

>telling people to pray and ask God to confirm or deny mormonism to them. What an emotionally driven, untrustworthy method.

But what about asking people to repeat the Sinner's Prayer? That's also emotionally driven and untrustworthy.

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e4d6c7  No.12976

Consider this: Mormons (members of The Church of Jesus Christ) know the Bible better than any other Christian religion: https://www.pewforum.org/2010/09/28/u-s-religious-knowledge-survey/

Also, data is clear that they are also much better at living the principles of the Bible, including observing the Sabbath Day, living a morally superior lifestyle to other Christian sects.

How then can any Christian make the assertion that "Mormons are not Christian"? It feels like an immature child throwing a temper tantrum.

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f032ff  No.12978

Yeah, they. Stahp.

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460693  No.12980

File: 6047a2420391f94⋯.pdf (291.8 KB, Petition_to_the_LORD_God.pdf)

File: 0585ce059a850ee⋯.jpg (202.4 KB, 1596x1076, 399:269, Throne_of_God.jpg)

Let anyone who is willing read this petition,

and with understanding bring it before God,

for His help.

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410d5d  No.12982

File: d42330a686856ca⋯.jpeg (121.7 KB, 615x700, 123:140, Fj6W_jSakAEAZ2T.jpeg)

No one is "saved" you silly retard. There are no reasons to believe in an fter-life. Sure, Mormons are of stupid and fraudulent origin. Who could argue against that? Only Mormons would even rey to argue for Mormonism, but that doesn't mean what you believe in is not stupid.

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a833a0  No.10713 [Open thread]

Alright guys, I know that /christian/ already has this thread, but we have all probably been permabanned from there, and so we should have our own. I don't know what the BO thinks abut pinning threads like this or this (>>3945), but maybe he should think about it.

Pornography is a universal problem that probably affects many of us here. It is completely evil and a battle that no Christian should fight alone - hopefully we can mutually encourage and help one another in this thread.

If anyone is struggling and needs building up, or wants to share what God has done for them to defeat sexual sin, please post about it.

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c81f2a  No.11552

I was introduced to this behaviour at age 10, by my cousin who was 4 years older than me "went out of his way to do this to me manually" and convinced me it was okay because of my naiveity, surprise, surprise, he is an openly gay man, im scarred from this and the last 20 years the majority of my thoughts are about thinking of womens anatomy

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f6bfd2  No.12409

bump

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264442  No.12460

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I've gone a good 3 months without looking at porn. I read the Bible some as a child but my family never took it serious at all so it sort of didn't become a part of my life through my youth. In the past month I started reading the Bible again and regret not starting it sooner. I have learned so much more from it as an adult and am beginning to feel a lot more connected to it. All though I have still fapped on occasion in the past 3 months, I have done it without porn each time. I can't believe how much better I feel, I have not felt this good ever. I'm really impressed that some of you can go without fapping and I hope to reach that point sometime but I am just glad I am no longer addicted to porn and fapping like I was. I was truly becoming a disgusting worthless sinner.

>>11192

It absolutely does. Just within 3 months I have seen insane benefits cutting the porn out. My productivity has skyrocketed and my short and long term memory came back. Constantly flooding your brain with the dopamine (similar to drugs) absolutely messes you up. Also, my anxiety has dropped a lot and my overall mood has improved every week so far. I'll never go back to how addicted I was, its truly awful.

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6a3e29  No.12926

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5d1128  No.12975

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004c04  No.2947 [Open thread][Last 50 Posts]

Help me connect the dots. Long-time posters please add what you know.

This is almost entirely pieced together from snapshots on web.archive.org

>2013

8chan created by hotwheels in October

>2014:

/christian/ created in September

Alex is the owner. He's a Southern Baptist.

Views on moderation: "I am personally a Baptist, and will defend my views as a poster, but dialogue and points made from other perspectives won't be deleted."

The board reaches 6,000 posts by the end of the year.

>2015

The 8chan site has some outages and breaks in November as development progresses.

/christian/ IRC channel couples the board

Alex remains BO

Board hits 238,000 posts by the end of the year.

/christianity/ created in February

BO cites perception of censorship on /christian/ as the cause.

"I noticed /christian/ had a lot of censorship so I'm starting a new board. I promise not to delete anything simply because I disagree."

Dead board. 154 posts by the end of the year.

/christ/ is created in April. It had some activity prior in 2014, but was somehow deleted or lost and the new first post is 4/19/15.

Rules: "This board is for Christians of all denominations; that being said, people of other religions, agnostics, and atheists, are very welcome to post, ask questions, and debate with us if they so desire. Spam will be deleted. This board is also SFW."

Board log is made available and stickied at top.

The board reaches 8,800 posts by the end of the year.

>2016

/chrisitan/ swaps hands in June. New BO "Peter" is a Catholic who makes a goal of stopping aPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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2127b2  No.12907

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bea770  No.12924

.

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b1f8c3  No.12930

Creator of /christian/ here. Every few months or year or so I look up what's happened to the board, and it's very cool that someone made this, it's pretty much what I've been looking for. I'm not active on any imageboard anymore, and found this thread from searching something very close to the thread subject. I think that maybe someone would find my perspective on this interesting. As a disclaimer, I won't be commenting on the "ethical" character of other board owners or mods or anything, basically because I never knew them aside from the two mods I originally put in place.

I started going on 4chan in 2009 when I was 13 (a friend on facebook who I never met posted funny photo albums and had things that referenced 4chan), and was on /b/, then /x/ and /lit/, /news/(if that's what it was called) and /pol/ once it was remade. My use of 4chan declined gradually over the years, but I was still looking at it everyday for quite some time. I actually became a Christian in January of 2014, from, in an Earthly sense, online material not from any imageboard (if anyone remembers the Christian threads on /pol/ Zimmerman trial era, those weren't what did it.)

I got to 8chan because of the pretty monumental gamergate drama, which I was honestly only passively interested in after a couple weeks, as I had hardly played video games by that point for at least a year or two (still never picked it back up), and could never keep up with the details of the whole thing. There was the "exodus", and I really liked the idea of 8chan, with all of the excitement of something new and all of the endless little boards that I spent a lot of time going on; small literary boards, writing, secret boards, ones made for small groups of people, etc. I was out of /pol/ in an ideological sense by September of 2014, and I think it's important to remember that 8chan didn't have anywhere near as much stigma as it does today. 8chan's /pol/ was pretty much straight up National Socialist if I recall correctly (and it had like 5 long stickies on the front page which I thought was funny), but otherwise the website was defined by gamergate and free speech. Within a few days of me learning about 8chan, I decided to make /christian/ by myself, without a ton of thought, but I hoped that it would grow. I thought that it probably wouldn't go anywhere, since I had noPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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b1f8c3  No.12931

>>12930

I was active on a lot of boards anonymously, mostly small ones, and stayed away from /pol/ and the gamergate stuff. Other than a few scattered posts on long dead boards, I think you could see my posts as Alex. on the 8chan meta from 2014-to maybe early 2016. I was primarily concerned with keeping the board clean from pornography and gore and very blatant trolling, and since it was quite small, wasn't too worried about any precedent I was setting, and figured it would stay small, so it wouldn't be an issue. I intended it to be pretty informal I suppose, and *not* a church or anything, so I wasn't too concerned with policing discourse except for things that weren't Christian. I was actually concerned that a lot of irreligious people would turn it into a sort of "here's why Christianity is wrong" battleground, but that never really materialized. The first non trolling "threat" that I had to decide what to do with was the "Positive Christianity" stuff, which was basically Nazis interpreting Christianity through Nazism, and since I knew a lot of those people were on /pol/ I didn't want to have the board slide into that.

I was happy to see the board grow, and was surprised at how much it took off and managed to not just turn into a far-right /pol/ replica. A couple of notes of trivia would be that I remember the owner of /islam/ wishing us Merry Christmas, a guy named smiely from the asatru board offering a board skin that I didn't accept (but appreciated the offer), and me offering to co-admin a debate board with the owner of the atheism board, /atheist/ or /atheism/, which he declined, as he was fine having that stuff on his board. Also, I had nothing to do with the IRC or the twitter that apparently exists. I posted on the IRC a couple of times, though.

The first bit of "drama" that came about was me getting two moderators, one named Seminaranon and another named Fr. Milch, I think. The first was a Lutheran seminary student in the Midwest and the other was a Catholic, who I think was from Germany. I was 18 and a senior in high school at the time, and had to get up pretty early to drive to school, which meant that I had to go through the report queue every morning as the board was Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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75903a  No.12974

>>11906

Most people who were giving it the benefit of doubt realized it was just another splinter-group of modern leftism in practice.

Preaching the same things but with a mildly upset tone about the actual end-result of their preaching as if that somehow changes anything.

Didn't help that people from these type of boards went on one of the select few places on the internet, and in the entire west, where you can argue against the status quo merely in order to preach the exact same core dogma of the status quo; that native europeans should give up their thousands of years old homelands and collective resources to hand over both to their oppressors for X, Y and Z arbitrary reasons. (some were even duplicitous about it, stating ambiguous views over there while haranguing them the second they popped onto discord or old 8ch)

Aside from those who already believe Christ is the way, net-christians aren't telling them anything they haven't already heard from secular anti-porn, anti-abortion and anti-white advocates at this point.

That's my view at least, as a lurker who gave people on here the benefit of the doubt very early on back on 4ch pol and actually argued against the anti-christians before seeing the same old two-faced selectively tribal gaslighting once on here.

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4f4d14  No.5945 [Open thread][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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2bc171  No.12909

At first, I was attracted to Christianity. Then I was puzzled by many decisions made by the church.

After seeing videos about "new world order", I started to see the whole image and was appalled.

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48be63  No.12932

>>5971

Doesn't this logic mean that Whites were not ever intended to live in the American Continent?

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ae5c15  No.12956

File: 6aa619f27457ef9⋯.jpg (951.19 KB, 2322x1500, 387:250, 1589434703681.jpg)

File: 32e5aa9823b0cb1⋯.jpg (42.55 KB, 600x609, 200:203, 1586583135024.jpg)

SHOW YOUR PASTOR INTERRACIAL PORNOS

THEN GO LIKE OOOOOOOOOOOOOO LOOK AT THIS, LOOK AT THIS, IS THIS RIGHT?!?! IS THIS RIGHT?!?!?

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86b4ab  No.12971

>>5945

>White people are Israelites from the 10 lost tribes of Israel. We shouldn't mix with non-Israelites.

schizo moment

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86b4ab  No.12972

>>8251

>muh pseudoscientific study

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bb0d72  No.6165 [Open thread][Last 50 Posts]

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

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a51eff  No.12966

File: fb806973bb6ff26⋯.jpg (12.38 KB, 236x176, 59:44, 6ebffd965e7873f80be95e9270….jpg)

>>12332568

>>12332555

yo Niggah, Paul laughed at th Thessalonians

cuz they had party hats ready too,

2K yo later & ppl still obsessed w th tomorrow

& th next tomorrow & th next, not realizing they

still expected to show at their job tomorrow w

th hangover that keeps ruining th next tomorrow,

tomorrow tomorrow, it will always be

tomorrow cuz there is no tomorrow

but only today so what are you

doing today to keep th job you

need to pay for your bills that are

still gone be there tomorrow,

them, they still don't realize that

tomorrow never comes, no

matter how much they wait for it,

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a51eff  No.12967

File: a927af811b301fb⋯.gif (2.69 MB, 960x509, 960:509, 1457975259_armwrestle.gif)

IMO th 10 plagues of Egypt are reasonably

explained,

Chris Bale's Moshe th best so far,

Moses doing simple sciences to cascade

those 10 plagues, what were those simple

sciences I don't know,

th entire plagues may have taken years

as opposed to th time line looking like

only a few days, most likely years in th

process,

cue th one I'd know th most of to reveal

your understanding on th other plagues,

th 10th plague being a contagion that th

blood of lambs on th door lintels vaccinating

those homes vs th death of th 1st born in those

homes, to know this one you may understand

th simple sciences that Moshe used to

created th initial cascade for th entire 10

plagues,

yep, me I believe th 10th plague were a contagion,

th lambs blood on th door lintels killed that contagion

from claiming th lives of th 1st born in

those homes, cool sciences huh,

yep, for me if you can there are very reasonable

explanations for all quote miracles that happened,

writer's liberty for this rationally explained out of

th ethereal we in error believe, if you can divide

to know th reality as opposed to th ethereal

that is on th surface,

Yeshua could only heal a few sick & do

no miracles aka get ppl to th crossroads,

not one miracle, no raising th dead, nothing,

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a51eff  No.12968

File: d5a59334a330ffd⋯.jpg (32.92 KB, 600x594, 100:99, 12d.jpg)

>>12947

>>12948

no doubt that Yeezy did a lot ofcrazy things w herbs & berries,like Solomon & his husbandryw plants & animals,

bet he did some cool sciencesthat th EYE of that time took upfrom his behavior, Yeezy huh,

th EYE of th time in Solomon'sday for th sh Solomon created,

scooping up sciences they didin their days,

th EYE gleaning from th redactedsciences th wise did in those days,

Solomon or Yeezy creating &th EYE of those times editing th bibleso as to take for themselves thpractical sciences made in thosedays for th pre-eminence of th powerof th EYE in those days,

tao of meow,

-Venom,

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a51eff  No.12969

do you like wild life th way I do,

I'm scared of spiders but that is changingw my respect for them, I love snakes thoughhuh,

just my intuition, salt & urine for attractsnakes, sugar & urine for spiders-bugs,

salt & urine for scorpions,

animals maybe salt sugar & urine,

I love animals huh, you guys

prolly respect animallife more than humans,

possible grow th wild lifearound you,

-Venom

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a51eff  No.12970

File: 0334439eb424477⋯.jpg (10.06 KB, 303x303, 1:1, 968.jpg)

to be practical,

I don't believe that Yehuda showed upin a toga to tell Jacob about circumcisionbut it were possibly in reality learning thispractice from others in that area& Jacob attributed th health practiceto Yehuda speaking through othersto help him safe guard vs th healthproblems related to a foreskin intact,

th infections surrounding an intact foreskin& how Jacob would have learned this healthpractice, any good thing could be attributedto Yehuda as Yehuda using ppl as hishands to educate ppl or increasea person's way to more success,

to hear of positive practices others use& attribute any form of increase toth providence of Yehuda that were exposed inany way for a person to learn for any increase in life,

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89b498  No.12566 [Open thread]

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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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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bfcb29  No.12887

>>12855

You keep talking about Hebrew but far more relevant to Christianity is the gnostic Σοφία

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fd9389  No.12899

Can the holy ghost fullfill the requirements of being female?

To be female you need to be able to bear children, have female genetics, female bodily structure. Since the holy ghost is not made of flesh, he can obviously not be female.

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ce1630  No.12960

>>12576

reminds me that Yeshua said that Peter

will be th rock or foundation of th church,

my guess he was crucified in Rome

cascading in th Roman catholic church,

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504ea6  No.11181 [Open thread]

It's been a while.

This is the first thread on 8kun /christianity/

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5ae88c  No.11474

>>11456

8kun is still getting it's sea legs. PPH are down all over.

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81f70f  No.11476

Someone should claim /christian/ so it redirects to here.

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0fb128  No.11483

>>11456

>>11456

Really good report

>If you were around in the glory days when flags were enabled on /christian/ you know how fun it was.

You're so blessedly right. This is the primary reason why I mourned the loss of 8chan more than anything. Just being on there helped me learn my own theology.

>It's worth our deliberate action to preserve that.

Amen!

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d7c06f  No.11491

>>11483

>>11456

Amen

We'll see how it plays out

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d46f3a  No.12959

File: 0ecd2502b92eaf8⋯.jpg (13.49 KB, 200x288, 25:36, Believers_dvd.jpg)

I believe it is a long time coming

for a true revival,

Jesus was said to have saved

th best wine for last, I believe

this is th reference to how massive

this will be,

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f3fa66  No.11685 [Open thread]

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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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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9d3ce4  No.12942

>>12853

The aspects of Catholicism that are from Roman spirituality and religious outlook mainly have to do with latin theological leanings and the Roman mind's conception of the episcopate, with things like the "Pontifex Maximus" being particularly illustrative of this current.

I think you would be at home in the apostolic Orthodoxy from the original Churches of the Pentarchy, which are the original five apostolic Churches of the Uniate Church, now split between Rome and the 4 others, Antioch, Alexandria, Constantinople, and Jerusalem. The Roman Church has arguably drifted, but Apostolic tradition has been maintained.

If you are caught up in the theological debates of the highest in the Church you are probably getting in your own way and should just focus on worshipping the Lord on the Sabbath and repenting of your sins. May the Holy Spirit witness to you the truth of all things in Christ

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9d3ce4  No.12943

>>12942

To be clear, you cannot "convert". You inherit a tradition, or you adopt traditional forms that are spiritually expedient, but you cannot "become" Orthodox or Catholic by choice but must be initiated by proper priesthood authority, in the same way that you cannot be initiated into Protestantism without first publicly declaring belief in Jesus.

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6387f9  No.12957

can't wait for brain transplants, you guys really need to think w mind instead of knoweldges

but maybe religions will already be a past thing at the time ? I heard safe school was a common thing now

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eb85b9  No.11689 [Open thread]

>"Christians" don't have to be your audience. "Christianity" is over.

>We Might Be Witnessing The "Death of A Religion"

>An awful week to care about Christendom

>The End of Christians

>It's Dangerous to Go Alone: Why Are Christians So Angry?

>Antisemitism, Xenophobia, and ecological disasters: It's a horrible time to consider yourself a Christian

>Traditions Are Leaving "Christians" Behind

>A Guide to Ending "Christians"

>The globalized effect – welcome to the end of the world

>Put The Hate on Hold

>The death of the "Christians" and the refugees who "killed" them

christiansfortruth.com/pope-francis-2019-christmas-address-christendom-no-longer-exists/

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75d7c0  No.12153

I consider sedevacantists to be the real catholics.

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3e79d1  No.12216

How many times have people tried to kill Christianity over the last 2000 years?

Nobody can kill Christianity. Not boomers. Not communists. Not Diocletan. Not even Christians themselves.

Because this religion is the only one that is from God. And God promised that this church will prevail against the gates of hell even in the tribulations of the end times

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15688a  No.12217

>>12216

Good optimism but the "gates of hell will not prevail" passage doesn't refer to people practicing Christianity at all times, it means Christians conquer death via Jesus

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c1bfa3  No.12225

>>12216

>How many times have people tried to kill Christianity over the last 2000 years?

The true religion is nearly as old as the universe, from Abel onwards. It's closer to 7,000 years old.

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c5692d  No.12955

>>12153

as Ortho I agree, with EastCaths trying to fulfill the spirit of it all but the Pope has got to go tbh

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06e143  No.12082 [Open thread]

How many Orthos we got.

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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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0d864c  No.12885

>>12876

Just go for it. Orthodoxy has a lot of variety.

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8063a9  No.12892

>>12885

Indeed. It's been roughly a year ever since i had left the monastery i was at and i've been doing a lot of research on the theological history of christianity besides learning biblical hebrew and koine greek.

I wasn't so sure at the time of writing that post, but now i can say for a certain, i am definately going to end up starting my own sect. Not that its my goal, but its what my current conclusions will inevitably lead to. All i have left now is continue my study and pray to the Almighty for his guidance

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8e0cc1  No.12919

File: b003550b14cb966⋯.jpg (93.26 KB, 540x720, 3:4, caticoncorner.JPG)

Present

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88df21  No.12954

>>12892

"sects" are a profane invention of the Protestant world and have no place if one remains true to Orthodoxy, the Orthodoxy which is the eternal truth of the living God. What exactly are you saying distinguishes you from the mother Church in the minds of congregants?

Do you aim to be within Communion and in recognition of the priesthood given to the apostles and passed down through the centuries? Or instead will this be a closed communion of your own congregants? I ask none of these with a particular answer from you in mind, I am curious.

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47effa  No.10807 [Open thread]

How am I to understand spiritual gifts?

Protestants only please.

I am thoroughly convinced of cessationism; the charismatic gifts have ceased. This is the dominant opinion throughout church history until the last 100 years with the introduction of the pentecostal and charismatic movements. The Westminster and London Baptist confession are both cessationist. Here's an article from spurgeon's Metropolitan Tabernacle for cessationism: https://www.metropolitantabernacle.org/Christian-Article/Cessationism-Proving-Charismatic-Gifts-have-Ceased-Sword-and-Trowel-Magazine

But, there are still said to be non-charismatic spiritual gifts that are continuing.

>Yet I wish that all men were even as I myself am. However, each man has his own gift from God, one in this manner, and another in that. (1 Cor 7:7)

Does this indicate that every believer has a spiritual gift, like most conclude? I hesitate to say so because Paul is talking about his chastity, being unmarried, and the gift of being unmarried is never listed as a spiritual gift. The whole chapter does not touch on spiritual gifts at all.

These are the alleged lists of spiritual gifts. They do not all match, which isn't necessarily a problem.

Romans 12:6-8

>prophecy

>service (ministry)

>teaching

>exhortation

>giving

>ruling (leading)

>showing mercy

1 Cor 12:4-11

>wisdom

>word of knowledge

>faith

>healing

>working of miracles

>prophecy

>discerninPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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ec5f8c  No.12938

>>10880

Is it of the Spirit of the Lord to remark at how your own doctrine, sparkling clean, is firsthand, while your digressers all simply have bunk doctrine? Meanwhile the spirit of your words is not contrite, you know nothing and should act like it

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ec5f8c  No.12939

>>10946

No, it isn't. The Bible was canonized by the one Holy Apostolic Catholic Church.

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ec5f8c  No.12940

prots just dig in their heels and repeat scripture scripture scripture because they are all literally North Americans or anglos who reduce scripture to a codex of "divine info" and care about things like "infallibility" rather than singing the scriptures within the very life you lead, as if the spiritual knowledge resembles the erudition of "scripture readers" who digest only what they deem to be sophisticated enough to be obscure and religiously fanciful.

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ec5f8c  No.12941

notice all those who constantly lambast and correct others with "scriptural truth" seldom have their own constructive topics of fruit produced from their apparently superior digestion of prophecy and word.

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ec5f8c  No.12944

love one another, and do not speak irreverently of your brother, but be reconciled to him

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a8330c  No.12252 [Open thread]

John 14:28

All four Gospels record Jesus as saying, “Blessed are the peace-makers; they will be called sons of God.”

The word ‘son’ cannot be accepted literally because in the Bible, God apparently addresses many f his chosen servants as ‘son’ and ‘sons.’ The Hebrews believed God is One, and had neither wife nor children in any literal sense. Therefore, it is obvious the expression ‘son of God’ merely meant ‘Servant of God’; one who, because of faithful service, was close and dear to God as a son is to his father.

Christians who came from a Greek or Roman background, later misused this term. In their heritage, ‘son of God’ signified an incarnation of a god or someone born of a physical union between male and female gods. This can be seen in Acts 14: 11-13, where we read that when Paul and Barnabas preached in a city of Turkey, pagans claimed they were gods incarnate. They called Barnabas the Roman god Zeus, and Paul the Roman god Hermes.

Furthermore, the New Testament Greek word translated as ‘son’ are ‘pias’ and ‘paida’ which mean ‘servant,’ or ‘son in the sense of servant.’ These are translated to ‘son’ in reference to Jesus and ‘servant’ in reference to all others in some translations of the Bible. So, consistent with other verses, Jesus was merely saying that he is God’s servant.

Additional problems with Trinity

To a christian, God had to take human form to understand temptation and human suffering, but the concept is not based on any clear words of Jesus. In contrast, God does not need to be tempted and suffer in order to be able to understand and forgive man’s sins, for He is the all knowing Creator of man. This is expressed in the verse:

‘And the Lord said: ‘I have surely seen the affliction of My people that are in Egypt, and I have heard their cry because of their taskmasters; for I know their pains.’ (Exodus 3:7)

God forgave sin before Jesus’ appearance, and He continues to forgive without any assistance. When a believer sins, he may come before God in sincere repentance toPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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2989d5  No.12653

Which Islam website did you copy and paste this from?

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27410d  No.12663

File: 89630599c463bd4⋯.jpg (209.77 KB, 1000x1211, 1000:1211, golgotha 3.jpg)

>>12252

so what is your view on the Godhead?

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6d017c  No.12688

>>12630

>the word in the shema is echad. it does not mean "one" in a rabbinic unitarian sense. maimonides himself in the 12th century deliberately uses yacheed instead, because he know's his own bible doesnt say what he wants it to say.

I don't think your bible says what you want it to say. Your argument assumes my argument–correctly–because of how obvious it is and how obvious yours isn't.

>why not give the video a chance? it might change your mind. it wasnt until the 3rd century thr rabbis really started hammering down on multiplicity within the Godhead. they were reacting to christianity.

Needless to say I'm not convinced, but I'll watch your video.

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3ffc08  No.12934

>>12624

those quotes have nothing to do with the Binatarian tradition in early Israeli religiosity, don't be dense

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3ffc08  No.12935

>>12688

just stop arguing bro

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05c451  No.11744 [Open thread]

Does oinos mean wine or grape juice?

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959a03  No.11780

It's wine. Nobody even knew how to create unfermented grape juice until the 1800's. Grapes start fermenting immediately and it takes modern technology to prevent it from happening so that non-alcoholic juice can be made.

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63876b  No.11798

Wine. Obviously! Wine is symbolic of maturity, and Sabbath rest (that's why Noah drinks it after he comes out of the Ark. The Flood is creation backwards, a global baptism. Just as after God creates He rests, so Noah rests after the Flood). This is particularly because children can eat grapes and drink grape juice, but only adults can appreciate the taste of wine. Priests in the Tabernacle/Temple and Nazarites are not allowed to drink wine because the Sabbath for Israel has not come yet. It comes in Jesus, and that's why we drink wine in the Eucharist.

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52ffd8  No.12407

Proverbs 31:6

Give strong drink unto him that is ready to perish, And wine unto the bitter in soul:

The "strong drink" has been rendered varyingly as mead in the Septuagint and as "sicera" in the Vulgate; elsewhere in the Septuagint it is also rendered as 'síkera'. Perhaps a fizzy beverage like a beer or a cider could have been what was had in mind as opposed to something like distilled spirits which didn't spread throughout the world until around the High Middle Ages; but perhaps it might have also been any other sort of strong fermented concoction.

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a94400  No.12463

File: 445e40222e3bf8c⋯.jpg (213.6 KB, 801x1200, 267:400, NYET!.jpg)

Proverbs 23:19–21:

>Hear, my child, and be wise, and direct your mind in the way.

>Do not be among winebibbers, or among gluttonous eaters of meat;

>for the drunkard and the glutton will come to poverty, and drowsiness will clothe them with rags.

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29794f  No.12933

>>12463

But that passage is clearly referring not to those who drink wine or eat meat, but specifically to those who do so IN EXCESS. The passage does not forbid drinking wine, or eating meat for that matter, as a whole, it merely discourages one from being a drunk or glutton, or associating with those who are. Also

>Using a Soviet propaganda poster to make a point in a Christian board

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583ea2  No.7979 [Open thread]

Well? What is it?

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09dc34  No.8002

>>7998

>Firearms aren't just for war

Nobody suggested they were.

>they're no more masculine than pepper spray or a pocket knife.

When has it ever been normal for a woman to carry a pocket knife?

>Imagine thinking women protecting themselves from being culturally enriched by Jamal and Ahmed is heresy.

If your wife or daughter has to protect HERSELF, then you are a failure as a man. That is your responsibility.

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350e2f  No.8006

The Bible is a perfectly moral guide, and the quran is evil.

>>7985

Posing with a US flag and a firearm is demonstrating the US's unique right to keep and bear arms, not a threat of aggression.

I know you're baiting though

>>7988

>the masonic USA flag

There is nothing Masonic about any symbolism of the US flag, which by the way represents the people of the nation and not the state.

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8273c0  No.8013

File: 59e3b74ecc4be4e⋯.jpg (61.5 KB, 480x495, 32:33, leftist double think.jpg)

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8273c0  No.8014

>>7985

they're Fighting for the great deceiver.

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d8e2d1  No.12929

Obligation…

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