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 No.6640[Reply]

Hello, this thread is for any suggestions or complaints about the moderation. You can also use this as a way to contact the moderation rather than posting elsewhere in the board and simply hoping I will see it.

I had enabled the board log since the start of this board but I finally found out how to link it to non-moderation.

So: https://8ch.net/log.php?board=christ

Use that link to see what I have been doing and of course feel free to say something if you have concerns.

I would also like to take the opportunity to apologise for being so distant, I have been very busy and while I have tried to check the board at least once a day sometimes it has taken me a while to deal with things.

Thankyou and may God bless.

UPDATE 8/30/16

Board under new ownership.

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 No.16621

>>16205

i like philosophy

the thing is not getting trapped into it and the wisdom of men.

use their tools against them




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 No.15989[Reply]

Post your prayers for other Anons to pray for, if the mods could make this a cycling thread that would be great.

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 No.16730

My two biggest prayers are to quit pornography for good, and to pay off all of my credit cards so that I can be free from the (((banks)))




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 No.68[Reply]

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.

God bless you all.

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 No.16542[Reply]

I believe in the Bible, but cannot really tell what is meant to be taken literally and allegorically anymore. There is a point I have reached where I cannot tell if the Bible is the whole truth - if thoroughly analyzed - or truth mixed with lies in order to prevent the masses to see the "truth" the (((elites))) worship, which are gods of ancient Sumerian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Hellenic and Roman mythology. Four excerpts from my thoughts on this I've written down before:

1st Since Moses was born into Egyptian royalty and raised as prince, we can assume that he was very literate in Egyptian mythology; it is said that the gods of Egyptian – and other nations – mythology are basically the result of worshipping the long-living and knowledgeable descendants of Adam, but what if Moses just took some aspects of Egyptian mythology and therefore implemented it into (a new) Hebrew mythology?

2nd Cain was a peasant, knew agriculture, Osiris the god of agriculture and the realm of the dead, Saturn the god of agriculture and time, Cronus the titan of harvest while Chronos is the personification of time. Be it the Hebrews, Egyptians, Romans or Hellenics, all these nations have a common core in their mythologies. But Cain is presented as the evildoer, murdering his own brother, being marked by God and flees somewhere and builds his own city – that makes the Hebrew mythology different in that regard. Chronos on the other hand eats his own child. There is a parallel between Chronos, Baal and Remphan, gods which require human or child sacrifice. The star of Remphan is on the flag of Israel and commonly used as Islamic symbol (with the star and moon), as well as in the Catholic church. Remphan, assumed to be the Babylonian equivalent to Kayawanu (Saturn), has a perfectly shaped hexagon on its north pole and a tornado on its south pole. The hexagon might very well represent the hexagon within the “Star of David”, but it is impossible for ancient civilizations to have known that the Saturn has a hexagon, unless there were ancient substitutes for high-tech telescopes. Jewish Mysticism and Babylonian paganism are the reasons why elites worship planets that represent something; the sun and the moon, man and woman, genitals and fertility. With all this incoherent mess written: How is one supposed to make sePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.16627

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>>16625

>"wojak" itself is a straight up death sigil

p-prove it?


 No.16643

>>16627

a sigil is devoid of apparent meaning but symbolic of a desired outcome, that being mental and material decay. it was conceived in reprisal, an inversion. "warm face". keep in mind when it first surfaced


 No.16645

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>>16643

Yeah, but it should have something that returns it to it's desired outcome. If Wojak is a death sigil wouldn't it have some reverse process to show the death, or are they not as complex as I'm thinking?


 No.16655

>>16645

in contemporary practice they're not that complicated


 No.16737

>>16625

>>16627

>>16643

Y'all are thinking of pepe, he's become a sigil for a chaos daemon and should be avoided at all costs.




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 No.16409[Reply]

>have dream about demons attacking me

>Start to be pulled up by light

>Experience unease about this

>Dropped into darkness

If you don't turn away from gnosticism, the occult, your own understanding and any suspicions of God you will be under a strong delusion. The intellect, pride in knowledge, can profit you nothing. You must be as a small child to receive the kingdom. Don't end up as I am.

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 No.16727

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>>16713

>gnostic shit talking me about intelligence

Hahaha okay brah. You guys have been declared heretics since the first and second centuries by real Christians. But keep shit talking; you amuse me


 No.16728

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>>16418

>everything isn’t rainbows and unicorns

>therefore god is ebilllll!

>what is original sin?

God isn’t obligated to provide you or anyone else with a safe, cuddly space.


 No.16729

>dreams about demons

>runs away to daddy instead of confronting and defeating them

Sure is crypto-kike in here.


 No.16734

>>16729

I hope you even know what you're talking about.


 No.16736

>>16727

>>16728

Stop with all the anime, it's obnoxious




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 No.16722[Reply]

Why hello FRIENDS! I have not jerked off for 88 days. what happens after this point? Do I reach true transcendence and become one with jesus? I guess I'd like to know how every one is doing with not fapping. Here's my latest video on my progress

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OP4wZXOfv3I&feature=youtu.be

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 No.16731

>breaking the conditioning meme

>heil hitler

Ummmmm, no.


 No.16735

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>>16731

>hasn't broken the conditioning

>thinks he's a christian

Pathetic.




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 No.15143[Reply]

John Calvin defines the “flower of her age” (1 Corinthians 7:36) as “from twelve to twenty years of age”. Likewise, John Gill defines it as “one of twelve years and a half old”. And Martin Luther says, “A young man should marry at the age of twenty at the latest, a young woman at fifteen to eighteen…” We do not endorse marriage at ages as young as twelve. Our position is that, for a woman:

The ‘youth’ ready for marriage has breasts. A woman who is to be married is one who has breasts; breasts which signal her readiness for marriage, and breasts who promise enjoyment for her husband. (We believe that ‘breasts’ here stand as a symbol for all forms of full secondary sexual characteristics.)

The ‘youth’ ready for marriage is ready to bear children. Unlike modern society Scripture sees the woman as a bearer, nurser, and raiser of children. The ‘young woman’ is the woman whose body is physically ready for these things, physically mature enough to handle them without damage.

The ‘youth’ ready for marriage is one who is ready for sexual intercourse sexually and emotionally. Her desire is for her husband, and she is ready to rejoice in him physically.

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 No.16341

I don't think you're being super clear about your position or is this a question OP?

Of course the Bible treats females honestly and openly, both about the original point of God creating them in the first place (to be a helper to her husband), about their relationship to their husband (Wives, submit yourselves to your husbands in obedience), about their relationship to other females (older women, teach the younger women), about their fundamental deceitfulness (I have not found a single honest women, not one), and about their basic model for happiness in life (all of Proverb 31). There are plenty of other scriptures relating to them, but this covers most of the basics. Is it any wonder that feminists hate the Bible and Christianity, and are trying to destroy the influence of, and pervert the validity of, both?

Scripture literally has nothing whatsoever to say about the feminist-inspired notion of AoC, which I'm guessing is one of your points here. The obvious signals of pubescence in a young woman would be considered a typical commonsense trigger for a man to begin pursuing a woman he has a fancy for. Culturally, arranged betrothals and marriages were commonplace, and many girls were well aware of who they would be married to (from the authority of the word of their own fathers) while they were still girls, that is, prepubescents.

Waiting to marry a woman until she is 18 is plainly wasting many of her very best years as a young wife, invites all sorts of immoral temptations on her, and significantly reduces her ability to bear the next generation for her family. All of these (and others too awful to mention here) are intentional outcomes of the feminists, their agendas, and their handlers.

Modern AoC is evil, plain and simple, and has no place in the domain of Christianity.


 No.16343

>>15143

OP the "flower of her age" is actually defined by 1 samuel 2:27,32-34

>And there came a man of God unto Eli, and said unto him, Thus saith the LORD,Did I plainly appear unto the house of thy father, when they were in Egypt in Pharaoh's house?

>And thou shalt see an enemy in my habitation, in all the wealth which God shall give Israel: and there shall not be an old man in thine house for ever.

>And the man of thine, whom I shall not cut off from mine altar, shall be to consume thine eyes, and to grieve thine heart: and all the increase of thine house shall die in the flower of their age.

>And this shall be a sign unto thee, that shall come upon thy two sons, on Hophni and Phinehas; in one day they shall die both of them.

So at what age did Eli's increase die? I don't know and I am too lazy to go through Eli's genealogy fully for another example

>>15180

>quoting saul/paul

>taking that murderer seriously who is speaking by the authority of God in 1 corinthians 14:37

Don't shoot the messenger, just examine the fruit of the message in line with matthew 7:15-20.

>>16341

>Modern AoC is evil, plain and simple, and has no place in the domain of Christianity.

Indeed it is.

>Scripture literally has nothing whatsoever to say about the feminist-inspired notion of AoC

Actually it does, just not the way any would expect numbers 31:15-18

>And Moses said unto them, Have ye saved all the women alive?

>Behold, these caused the children of Israel, through the counsel of Balaam, to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor, and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD.

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 No.16350

>>15143

Calvin was a logical positivist, who cares what he thinks?


 No.16354

>>15143

>>16341

Getting married in one's teens made more sense in the past when people lived shorter lives and generally matured faster. Nowadays it's generally a bad idea, given how fucking long it takes people to grow up.

If pedophiles ever show up and start pushing their shit here, ask them what they'll do when their child wives grow up. Most refuse to answer.


 No.16733

>>15180

>defending Servetus




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 No.15131[Reply]

>calling God "She"

My jimmies are in full on rustled mode.

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Christcucks piss me off


 No.16425

>>15709

We should start with the actual theology, rather than dancing in goofy clown world.

If you can't can't accept Christianity as it clearly presents itself, I'd ask yourself why.


 No.16439

>>16026

wow bro


 No.16448

>>16026

Adulterers who claim falsely to be christian do too anger me on occasion. That doesn't mean you have to attempt to profane what God says in His word the Bible.

>>16425

>theology

>humanistic/philisophical study of the Bible

colossians 2:8

>Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.

If you can't accept Christ as He presents Himself in the Bible using His reasoning based on His word, why are you here? Proverbs 3:5-8

>Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

>In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

>Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the LORD,and depart from evil.

>It shall be health to thy navel, and marrow to thy bones.


 No.16732

>>15133

Degenerate sodomite




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 No.16115[Reply]

Questions that don't deserve there own thread.

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 No.16717

>>16714

>That thread is flooded in forced misinformation

I disagree. OP is very clear on what is fact and what his own theories and conclusions are. The danger I see in his sharing of information is that it introduces the reader into some basics of the Kabbalah. It is hard to tell if he is Christian or larping as one or some sort of gnostic.

The mathematic patterns are killing me the most, and have to rethink how ancient civilizations communicated to one another; not in a literal way as we do, but straightforward yet with far more layers of subtext, if that makes sense.

>>16715

>and also believes We Wuz

In "We Wuz" what? That the white race is by far the most superior race? That is a fact, no matter at which angle you look into it.

>In this case it's about how Jesus is the Sun or a sun God, usually leading into how hes Horus

He didn't, but the connection to the sun makes sense. I have to identify if this connected and secret symbolism is why God had in mind for us when sharing His eternal word with us.

>I would recommend checking out smaller YTer New Agers

New Age movement is just the Kabbalah light. Why look onto the surface when you can directly look into the root of all this?

>This guy is leftist/bluepilled/New Ager

From all the posts I've read from him he is far from it, only deep into ancient history and occultism.

>Remember that information should empower you, you should not touch this if it leads you to a disempowering state

No armchair-psychology now. It is hard to comprehend the sheer mass of information and twists more of the views I had and have, and how complex and entangled many things are, or at least seePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.16719

>>16717

>I disagree. OP is very clear on what is fact and what his own theories and conclusions are.

I was referring to the rest of the thread, /pol/ gets attacked by many shills.

>In "We Wuz" what?

He believes that black leftist perceptive with New Ager foundation, that Whites stole illuminated knowledge from blacks.

>He didn't,

This is really common misconception about, along with mary being Isis in /christian/ there would be a thread about this almost every day. here is one now >>>/christian/676627

>he connection to the sun makes sense.

How so?

>I have to identify if this connected and secret symbolism is why God had in mind for us when sharing His eternal word with us.

The secret symbolism comes along with other theosophy concepts that goes against the bible, like becoming your own god.

>Why look onto the surface when you can directly look into the root of all this?

Point made.

>From all the posts I've read from him he is far from it, only deep into ancient history and occultism.

Correct, he has a good grasp on this, however hes bought into some false conclusions, like white globalists. Regardless hes very respectable.

>No armchair-psychology now.

It's important to not let the information run you, like those people that truly go paranoid after learning about so much paradigm changing information. When you see that every business in the world if referencing theosophy somehow, it's pretty daunting.


 No.16721

>>16709

>Blasphemy is not even a capital crime by the Mosaic Law

I’m pretty sure it was.

<Whoever blasphemes the name of the Lord shall surely be put to death. All the congregation shall stone him. The sojourner as well as the native, when he blasphemes the Name, shall be put to death. (Leviticus 24:16)

>But don't let your hatred get the better of you.

I’ll control my hatred insomuch as I will not engage in vigilante justice. But I will not hold back my extreme hatred at the vile people of this world.

If you (not specifically you anon, but people in general) can look at murderers, child molesters, rapists, disgusting sodomites, baby killers, usurpers, Zionists, etc and not be filled with rage, you might be lukewarm. St. Paul, through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, told us to hate evil and cling to that which is good.

>>16710

>my Kingdom is not of this world

I get that, but that is merely saying that the kingdom of god doesn’t subsist in a civil government. The Kingdom of God in earth subsists in the church. But I don’t see why a Christian government would be prohibited by those verses. I will say that it is extremely difficult to govern a population based on religious principles since only the Holy Spirit can regenerate an individual, not laws and punishments.

>ads they in your Bible?

Good point :-)

I think I’ll pay an imprecation right now!

Oh Almighty Father, Blessed Word, and Holy Spirit of Heaven and Earth, I beseech thee to exercise the full strength of your providential and wrathful hand against all unrepentant, reprobate, and hardened sinners of the world. Destroy the evildoers who continually mock you and the Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.16723

>>16721

>I will not hold back my extreme hatred at the vile people of this world

Love your enemies

>I get that, but that is merely saying that the kingdom of god doesn’t subsist in a civil government

Exactly, which means that kingdom isn't advanced in a worldly manner, such as slaying all who fail to submit to the king.

>But I don’t see why a Christian government would be prohibited by those verses. I will say that it is extremely difficult to govern a population based on religious principles since only the Holy Spirit can regenerate an individual, not laws and punishments.

Look brother, it is the magistrate's sacred duty to ensure the purity of his people in matters of religion, that the nation might be blessed by a covenant with God. As such, he is from time to time required to dispense justice to heretics and blasphemers, in times of great need even by the sword. But these persecutions are always a communal manner, it is when those heretics and blasphemers pose a threat to the faith at large. They should not be killed just for exercising their conscience, that judgement is not ours.


 No.16726

>>16719

>He believes that black leftist perceptive with New Ager foundation, that Whites stole illuminated knowledge from blacks

Oh, I think you're referring to the guy's videos you shared.

>How so?

In one of his posts, he says:

>People even claim that Jesus is just a metaphore for the sun. Son/sun of God, turns water into whine like the sun giving light and energy to the grapes which turn the water into whine, walking on water like the sun when rising or setting behind the ocean standing right on the surface (look at that pic of the egyptian ankh with the other sun symbolisms) making the blind see by giving light and in general being the source of life by giving heat and energy. The 12 apostles like the 12 zodiacs. He is often depicted with a halo, which originally is just a shining light from behind the person (light like from the sun) also together with suncross in its halo giving further connections to the jesus/sun relationship.

I don't agree with it yet, but all the depictions of Jesus and the pagan influences in the Catholic, Orthodox and Tahewedo church make so much more sense. While I always had an disdain any kind of (pagan) images in a Christian context, there are many that don't have one, making the "divine" connection with the father, mother and son, like it is with God, mother of god (Mary) and the Son of God (Jesus). It is as either a elite or the common people or both are obsessed with the synergy of polar opposites. This subconcious craving for it either has to be given by God or is completely animalistic (hence sinful) by nature.

>The secret symbolism comes along with other theosophy concepts that goes against the bible

Care to share verses on that? Even though I can see the dangers of theosophy and similar concepts.

>however hes bought into some false conclusions

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 No.16704[Reply]

It’s one thing to disagree with your opponents, but to actually write a caricature article against Lutheranism and Calvinism seems beyond childish and uncharitable to me.

Here are some of the excerpts:

>Lutheranism is essentially for persons without a metaphysical or philosophical spirit. It appeals more to materialistic persons who like the things of this world and take great pleasure in them. They do not like to think about death or the reason for being of things.

So according to the author, anyone who believes in justification by faith alone lacks a “metaphysical” spirit??? I will grant that the religious libertine is such a person who believes and behaves in a manner that is similar to a brute beast, but there are most definitely Lutherans who are invested in achieving holiness in their lives. The Pietism movement is a testiment to that.

>Different from this, there is another type of Protestant who has a philosophical bent that went astray and made him acrimonious. He is bitter about life. A Calvinist sees the roasted pig on the table and instead of eating it, he thinks: “O, death! What a terrible thing! One day I will be eaten by worms just as I now eat this pig. It is true that today this pig provides a feast for me, but tomorrow I will be the feast for worms. Is this life worth living?”

Very fascinating. I seem to recall visiting a Presbyterian Church (PCA) a year ago that had a huge feast. No one was moping about the troubles of this world. Bitterness is the result of unforgiveness; traits that are repudiated in the Reformed tradition, so I’m not sure where the author is getting his information.

He is also playing on the old meme of Calvinists/Puritans having no fun, or thinking that fun is a sin. We in the Reformed tradition recognize the meanness and baseness of such pleasures. While it is okay to feast, and dance, and drink wine, and play cards (without gambling, of course), these things only bring temporary comfort to the body and mind; these things can never satisfy the soul, so why place such a huge emphasis on these things?

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 No.16711

>>16704

Why on earth would anyone want to be Protestant? It is like deciding to vote Democrat in today's climate


 No.16718

>>16704

Roman Catholicism is built on being butt hurt, especially if the priest thought you were an attractive child


 No.16720

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 No.16724

>>16711

>Why on earth would anyone want to be Christian? It is like deciding to vote Democrat in today's climate




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 No.16675[Reply]

>And they shall go forth, and look on the carcasses of the men that have transgressed against me: for their worm shall not die, neither shall their fire be quenched; and they shall be an abhorring to all flesh.

>tfw We shall see all the idolaters, effeminate, sodomites, junkies, murderers, whores,… burn in hell forever

Why is it that people have such problems with the idea of eternal hellfire for the wicked? Having pity for the rightfully damned is doubting the judgement of God and a sign of weak faith. This misplaced sympathy is the devil wispering in your ear trying to make an apostate of you

 No.16683

>>16675

>Why is it that people have such problems with the idea of eternal hellfire for the wicked?

Because it is not scriptural. The fire is eternal, always existing, but the torture is not eternal. These beasts die two times: First, the lose their souls in their earthly lives, live in a state of decadent misery, then die. Lastly, they are burned in the everlasting fire, which is the second death.

Keep in mind that you can also be cleansed through the fire to be freed of the wage of your sins.


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>>16675

>this thread


 No.16707

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This is something that I had to come to terms with. I used to hate the idea of eternal hellfire because I didn’t fully comprehend the heinousness of sin, and how every violation against a precious entity (God being the superlative) deserves a harsh punishment. Now I get happy thinking about the wicked, diabolical people burning in hell. I have a special hatred for pornographers, child molesteros, and casino moguls, and I can’t wait to hear them wailing and screaming in exquisite pain. The smoke of their torment is a sweet aroma to the Lord indeed. Remember, you can’t have love without hatred.




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 No.16081[Reply]

I got banned permanently from /christian/ for saying the mysteries of God are not to be apprehended logically and apologetics is fruitless, so now I'm here.

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 No.16504

>>16454

<Hebrew has no superlative, so that idiom was used to express it (i.e. "holy of holies")

>the KJV is mistranslated because of a private interpretation I won't share with you against 2 peter 1:20

Where is the proofs. What version are you using so I can examine its fruit against titus 1:2, matthew 7:15-20, and matthew 12:33?


 No.16505

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>>16504

>a fact of the Hebrew language is "private interpretation"


 No.16508

Much better board imho


 No.16509

>>16508

You better believe it


 No.16702

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You all deserve worse.

Last year i used to get banned every couple weeks for saying stupid shot like you guys. Then I cleaned up my act and quality post. Never had a problem in over nine months.

Treat /christian/ like you're in church, not at a bar shooting shit with your drunk friends.




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 No.16192[Reply]

Post any bans, insight, or exchanges you've had with /christian/ uninspired moderation.

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 No.16693

Also they deleted two posts of people asking for what other boards they visit.

>>>/christian/675049


 No.16695

>>16268

>>16270

now i know why my thread was deleted


 No.16700

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Just in case the mods decides to delete it.


 No.16701

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Learn some charity and don't argue for the sake of arguing, you'll have a much better time on the one and only /christian/ board.

In the meantime, if you're banned, cool down and repent in this fringe dimension for heretics and gnostic apostates. Peace peace peace




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 No.16556[Reply]

I was raised as a Protestant (Baptist), and I never really considered either of the other two branches. Which of the three is the most scripturally accurate? Specifically, where is the prayer to apostles rather than to Christ mentioned in the Bible? Sorry if you get this thread all the time, I don't frequent this board often, and I didn't see anything in the catalog.

 No.16572

>>16556

>where is the prayer to apostles rather than to Christ mentioned in the Bible?

No where


 No.16575

>>16572

I don't understand why protestants minds implode when talking about the idea of praying with people who are in heaven, literally I was brought up protestant and had no problem with seeing that it logically makes sense.


 No.16690

>>16556

>Which of the three is the most scripturally accurate?

Two of the three aren't even Christian

>where is the prayer to apostles rather than to Christ mentioned in the Bible

It isn't


 No.16691

Catholics rely more on their purposefully convoluted, Talmud-tier literature than the Bible itself and mentally shit themselves whenever the infallible church does something obviously wrong, Eastern Orthodox are generally bros and better at backing their positions with scripture, while Protestants are a broad spectrum from wacky shit barely recognizable as Christianity to people with top-tier theology but also broken spirits from living so long in cucked nations.


 No.16705

>>16556

>two of these rely on tradition

>which one is more scripturally accurate

I think you know the answer




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 No.16676[Reply]

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GO GO GO


 No.16686

Not your army, m8.


 No.16688

It's pointless to spam the board, instead try to bring more people this this board, and then weed out the shitposters.


 No.16689

>>16688

We built this board on rock-n-roll


 No.16716

Use it's strengths, don't fight them. see it as /christian/ being more of a sanctuary for Christians than a place for discussion and /christ/ being a place for discussion.




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