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Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by T0ne2 » Sun Aug 22, 2010 5:44 pm

boondox681 wrote:
I can see it now, panicking riots and violent outburst in the streets over being subjugated to "responsibility". 'Can't someone else do it?' :nails: :ohno: :vomit:

oh yes, here they come! :nwo: :nwo: :nwo: :nwo: :nwo:

are you speaking for yourself?no?
well,that's what responsibility is.
quit worrying about everyone else
and if you think any of these books have taught responsibility,your sadly mistaken


lol. sarcasm: not always obvious.
What I meant is that not everyone is eager to be independent. I think it is a great idea, but most of people have been conditioned to believe they are free, matrix style.

Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by Boondox681 » Sun Aug 22, 2010 5:08 pm

I can see it now, panicking riots and violent outburst in the streets over being subjugated to "responsibility". 'Can't someone else do it?' :nails: :ohno: :vomit:

oh yes, here they come! :nwo: :nwo: :nwo: :nwo: :nwo:

are you speaking for yourself?no?
well,that's what responsibility is.
quit worrying about everyone else
and if you think any of these books have taught responsibility,your sadly mistaken

Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by juicee » Sun Aug 22, 2010 4:49 pm

govtslave wrote:I came to the Christian religion at the age of 30 and spent 10 years in deep study of the Bible with a particular sect of Christianity. The strangest thing happened to me. As, I studied more and more, what the scriptures were saying to me inside, in my inner man was not what they were saying they meant. Every Sunday I would sit in the sanctuary and be shaking my head back and forth while the preacher spread their point of view. Finally, I couldn't take it anymore and began to seek a church where I could worship with people who saw what I was seeing in those written words. I got close, very close. But the church I found folded because people are not interested in what the Bible really teaches. Most people who call themselves "Christian" thrive on guilt, and the "God's going to get you if" mentality.

This is what I learned. If you want to study the Bible and you have never had any religious upbringing or association with it, it's ok to rely on the interpretations of Christian sects to get you started. Try to stick to those that teach "grace". Once you get a basic understanding, ask the spirit of God to reveal the meaning of the scriptures to you. Believe me He will and it will be revealed to you based on your own "bent". In other words compatible with your individual inner man.

Steer clear of anyone who calls themselves a "Christian" and then tries to foist guilt and fear upon you. As you develop your own personal relationship with the great,creator spirit we call God, their hypocrisy will expose itself.

I can't even stand to watch Christian television or listen to preachers on the radio anymore. They talk all loving and forgiving while they spread the guilt and fear on thick and turn Christ into a burden rather than a lifter of burdens.

Just my 2 cents flame away haters.


No doubt man. I feel the same as you. To me it boils down to small groups. The church i belong to is pretty big, but it is made up of many small groups that come together on Sunday (albeit - I haven't been in a couple of years).

But I totally understand and agree.

Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by T0ne2 » Sun Aug 22, 2010 4:48 pm

boondox681 wrote:
now we need something els :think: :think: :think: :think:


yes.and that something else is taking called taking responsibility for your own words,actions and deeds.
what a concept.


I can see it now, panicking riots and violent outburst in the streets over being subjugated to "responsibility". 'Can't someone else do it?' :nails: :ohno: :vomit:

oh yes, here they come! :nwo: :nwo: :nwo: :nwo: :nwo:

Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by Boondox681 » Sun Aug 22, 2010 4:24 pm

now we need something els :think: :think: :think: :think:


yes.and that something else is taking called taking responsibility for your own words,actions and deeds.
what a concept.

Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by Raphael » Sun Aug 22, 2010 3:45 pm

govtslave wrote:
To me, they are like a 3 year old playing with a scientific calculator. and trying to explain to others what it is and how it works.


:flop:

btw
I do not hate ignorant christians.
I merely have contempt for their stupid beliefs that defy nature.

and what is really pathetic about their behavior, as these Christians continue to wake up to the real world that was veiled from them, is they now use Persian science/math to help try to prove the existence of their Jesus. :clapper:

:vomit: Christians are trying to connect the coming of their messiah to the HEATHEN Mayan calender?
WTF the Maya were heathens who were star-gazers. :bang;
what good is the Maya calender 430 years after the Christians adopted the Gregorian :headscratch:

what are christians going to do when the Chinese I-Ching is made to correlate and give us insights into human DNA?

Are the fucking christians going to find jesus standing on the back of the Lo Shu turtle as it comes out of the Yellow River?
:clapper:

Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by Phaeton » Sun Aug 22, 2010 3:39 pm

Its very simple imo; all major (organised) religions have been infiltrated, twisted in certain aspects. So none of them are 'truth'.

Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by Govtslave » Sun Aug 22, 2010 3:35 pm

raphael wrote:
govtslave wrote:I came to the Christian religion at the age of 30 and spent 10 years in deep study of the Bible with a particular sect of Christianity. The strangest thing happened to me. As, I studied more and more, what the scriptures were saying to me inside, in my inner man was not what they were saying they meant. Every Sunday I would sit in the sanctuary and be shaking my head back and forth while the preacher spread their point of view. Finally, I couldn't take it anymore and began to seek a church where I could worship with people who saw what I was seeing in those written words. I got close, very close. But the church I found folded because people are not interested in what the Bible really teaches. Most people who call themselves "Christian" thrive on guilt, and the "God's going to get you if" mentality.

This is what I learned. If you want to study the Bible and you have never had any religious upbringing or association with it, it's ok to rely on the interpretations of Christian sects to get you started. Try to stick to those that teach "grace". Once you get a basic understanding, ask the spirit of God to reveal the meaning of the scriptures to you. Believe me He will and it will be revealed to you based on your own "bent". In other words compatible with your individual inner man.

Steer clear of anyone who calls themselves a "Christian" and then tries to foist guilt and fear upon you. As you develop your own personal relationship with the great,creator spirit we call God, their hypocrisy will expose itself.

I can't even stand to watch Christian television or listen to preachers on the radio anymore. They talk all loving and forgiving while they spread the guilt and fear on thick and turn Christ into a burden rather than a lifter of burdens.

Just my 2 cents flame away haters.


:flop: :flop:
dude
it sounds to me like you are a christian that saw the light
enough to shake off the guilt and fear
enough to enter your own dark side

Christians love to fucking blame
Christians love to hide behind and don costumes like NAZI and KKK designer wear, but then after their *religious activation* after the murder spree, once the hangover sets in, christians will always try to distance their pathetic holier-than-selves from these CRIMES against HUMANITY, that *other* christians committed.

duh
no wonder there exist so many different fractionated christian groups. :rtft:

Christianity divided, reminds me of the Mandelbrot fractal.

Each division of christianity through time, is a indication of another crime perpetrated against another group in the name of the lord.

and those christians that see themselves as the *good christians* will try to distance themselves from the *false* christians....like those devilish christian catholics, that many christians despise and love to blame everything on.

that is the PATTERN I see.

christians as they descend into a hell of their own fucking design seem to be at odds with everybody, including other christians.


Please don't misunderstand me, I don't hate other Christians or their churches nor do I wish ill against them. There are some wonderful people there who are trapped by their naivety.

To me, they are like a 3 year old playing with a scientific calculator. and trying to explain to others what it is and how it works.

Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by Raphael » Sun Aug 22, 2010 3:22 pm

govtslave wrote:I came to the Christian religion at the age of 30 and spent 10 years in deep study of the Bible with a particular sect of Christianity. The strangest thing happened to me. As, I studied more and more, what the scriptures were saying to me inside, in my inner man was not what they were saying they meant. Every Sunday I would sit in the sanctuary and be shaking my head back and forth while the preacher spread their point of view. Finally, I couldn't take it anymore and began to seek a church where I could worship with people who saw what I was seeing in those written words. I got close, very close. But the church I found folded because people are not interested in what the Bible really teaches. Most people who call themselves "Christian" thrive on guilt, and the "God's going to get you if" mentality.

This is what I learned. If you want to study the Bible and you have never had any religious upbringing or association with it, it's ok to rely on the interpretations of Christian sects to get you started. Try to stick to those that teach "grace". Once you get a basic understanding, ask the spirit of God to reveal the meaning of the scriptures to you. Believe me He will and it will be revealed to you based on your own "bent". In other words compatible with your individual inner man.

Steer clear of anyone who calls themselves a "Christian" and then tries to foist guilt and fear upon you. As you develop your own personal relationship with the great,creator spirit we call God, their hypocrisy will expose itself.

I can't even stand to watch Christian television or listen to preachers on the radio anymore. They talk all loving and forgiving while they spread the guilt and fear on thick and turn Christ into a burden rather than a lifter of burdens.

Just my 2 cents flame away haters.


:flop: :flop:
dude
it sounds to me like you are a christian that saw the light
enough to shake off the guilt and fear
enough to enter your own dark side

Christians love to fucking blame
Christians love to hide behind and don costumes like NAZI and KKK designer wear, but then after their *religious activation* after the murder spree, once the hangover sets in, christians will always try to distance their pathetic holier-than-selves from these CRIMES against HUMANITY, that *other* christians committed.

duh
no wonder there exist so many different fractionated christian groups. :rtft:

Christianity divided, reminds me of the Mandelbrot fractal.

Each division of christianity through time, is a indication of another crime perpetrated against another group in the name of the lord.

and those christians that see themselves as the *good christians* will try to distance themselves from the *false* christians....like those devilish christian catholics, that many christians despise and love to blame everything on.

that is the PATTERN I see.

christians as they descend into a hell of their own fucking design seem to be at odds with everybody, including other christians.

Re: The Cult of Christ

Post by Govtslave » Sun Aug 22, 2010 2:37 pm

I came to the Christian religion at the age of 30 and spent 10 years in deep study of the Bible with a particular sect of Christianity. The strangest thing happened to me. As, I studied more and more, what the scriptures were saying to me inside, in my inner man was not what they were saying they meant. Every Sunday I would sit in the sanctuary and be shaking my head back and forth while the preacher spread their point of view. Finally, I couldn't take it anymore and began to seek a church where I could worship with people who saw what I was seeing in those written words. I got close, very close. But the church I found folded because people are not interested in what the Bible really teaches. Most people who call themselves "Christian" thrive on guilt, and the "God's going to get you if" mentality.

This is what I learned. If you want to study the Bible and you have never had any religious upbringing or association with it, it's ok to rely on the interpretations of Christian sects to get you started. Try to stick to those that teach "grace". Once you get a basic understanding, ask the spirit of God to reveal the meaning of the scriptures to you. Believe me He will and it will be revealed to you based on your own "bent". In other words compatible with your individual inner man.

Steer clear of anyone who calls themselves a "Christian" and then tries to foist guilt and fear upon you. As you develop your own personal relationship with the great,creator spirit we call God, their hypocrisy will expose itself.

I can't even stand to watch Christian television or listen to preachers on the radio anymore. They talk all loving and forgiving while they spread the guilt and fear on thick and turn Christ into a burden rather than a lifter of burdens.

Just my 2 cents flame away haters.

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