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Put your sword back in its place




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Take your own advice and put you're lovesword back in it's place, your pants


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I am virgin



>The virgin Gnostic

>The chad Christian


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Jesus taught Non-Violence.

Any violent teachings in Christianity are corruptions from other faiths. The religion of Jesus left no room for killing. Its better to be a victim of iniquities, then to be responsible for them.


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>gets angry with poor merchants 2000 years ago

>allows modern international capitalism/globalism

Sometime even jesus is so disappointing



As opposed to exterminating free will?

Capitalism has done wonders for world peace. Globalism too has brought money to places that wouldn't have gotten any. Look at the advancements China has made.

Jesus, was a carpenter missionary. He threw out desecration because even the Jews lost a grip on the holiness of the temple of their prophets, in the land they went through so much to aquire. It was blatant disrespect to themselves.



>As opposed to exterminating free will?

Massive lightning strikes upon every bank/government building don't prevent "free will"

>Capitalism has done wonders for world peace

There are more slaves(not in law, but in facts) today than any time in the past, china is a massive concentration camp

>It was blatant disrespect to themselves

Living in the material world is a daily disrespect of yourself, the fact that earth still exist is due to the infinite mercy the incorruptible One has toward the demiurge




>communist Mammon-worshipper





>supports slavery

china is communist btw



"Slaves, obey your masters"

Ephesians 6:5



>Isaiah 61:1

>He hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound

The bible is contradictory so you may not take it as your final authority, you must be as retarded as mohammedians to put a book before good will



Isaiah 61 is a prophecy of the Messiah, who set men free from their bondage to sin. It is necessary for the bible to be the final authority for all men since otherwise we would have to ourselves sit on God's throne, which is too big for us.



>He who receives you receives Me, and he who receives Me receives the One who sent Me.



enjoy hell, autotheist


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>Meme of Comrade Jesus

The mere existence of money lenders and Pharisees irritates Jesus

But, Jesus was definitely against oppression and murder. He got called through Roman state sanctioned terror.


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As Jesus was about to begin his address, two things happened to arrest his attention. At the money table of a near-by exchanger a violent and heated argument had arisen over the alleged overcharging of a Jew from Alexandria, while at the same moment the air was rent by the bellowing of a drove of some one hundred bullocks which was being driven from one section of the animal pens to another. As Jesus paused, silently but thoughtfully contemplating this scene of commerce and confusion, close by he beheld a simple-minded Galilean, a man he had once talked with in Iron, being ridiculed and jostled about by supercilious and would-be superior Judeans; and all of this combined to produce one of those strange and periodic uprisings of indignant emotion in the soul of Jesus.

To the amazement of his apostles, standing near at hand, who refrained from participation in what so soon followed, Jesus stepped down from the teaching platform and, going over to the lad who was driving the cattle through the court, took from him his whip of cords and swiftly drove the animals from the temple. But that was not all; he strode majestically before the wondering gaze of the thousands assembled in the temple court to the farthest cattle pen and proceeded to open the gates of every stall and to drive out the imprisoned animals. By this time the assembled pilgrims were electrified, and with uproarious shouting they moved toward the bazaars and began to overturn the tables of the money-changers. In less than five minutes all commerce had been swept from the temple. By the time the near-by Roman guards had appeared on the scene, all was quiet, and the crowds had become orderly; Jesus, returning to the speaker's stand, spoke to the multitude: "You have this day witnessed that which is written in the Scriptures: 'My house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations, but you have made it a den of robbers.'"

But before he could utter other words, the great assembly broke out in hosannas of praise, and presently a throng of youths stepped out from the crowd to sing grateful hymns of appreciation that the profane and profiteering merchandisers had been ejected from the sacred temple. By this time certain of the priests had arrived on the scene, and one of them said to Jesus, "Do you not hear what the children of the Levites say?" And the Master replied, "Have you never read, 'Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings has praise been perfected'?" And all the rest of that day while Jesus taught, guards set by the people stood watch at every archway, and they would not permit anyone to carry even an empty vessel across the temple courts.

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