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The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?

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ec9dfd  No.773370[Reply]

https://youtu.be/dGizKIcUxqY

>everything good in Christianity is pagn!

What did he mean by this

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0ff046  No.773434

>>773423

absolute unit right there


ec9dfd  No.773436

>>773423

How do I achieve this mode?


abf58b  No.773445

I used to have some respect for him when he stuck to solely philological and ethnographic issues. I'm not convinced (as much as I wish to believe it was so from my Evola and Bachofen readings) that original Nordic Europeans developed blue eyes and blonde hair from short days and low sun exposure in the forest. By that logic, the Lapps and Yakuts should be light haired and blue eyed, since they live in similar conditions (near arctic forest/taiga), but this is not the case. I believe the blue eyes and blonde hair is characteristic of the Indo European people hailing from the Caucasus region (that is to say outside the periphery of the European continent), whereas the ur-population of Europe was likely dark haired and eyed (although most certainly NOT AFRICAN as a recent idiotic documentary claims).

However I find his recent tendency towards edgespiralling is appalling. No doubt the influence of the fawning Zyklon Ben kiddies on his comment feed. He needs to take a frickin break from making youtube videos, farm some vegetables, play with his kids, make a couple more with his wife, otherwise I fear he will go down the road of becoming another like obsessed THOT like the rest 'em youtube "personalities".

As far as the anti-Christian stuff goes it is fairly laughable bait tier, since it doesn't go much further than "muh jewish religion" and "6 gazillion Baltic Vikings murdered by the (((Deutschritterorden)))"

>>773423

Eh, I don't know, I mean he drives a Lada and seems to be fond of Russia. Maybe fresh air, family life and closeness to nature will sober him up eventually and hopefully we might see Br. eVargius in a couple years.


ec9dfd  No.773459

>>773445

>6 gazillion

Lmao


df25dd  No.773490

>>773423

Probably, probably.

Black metal folk either eventually grow out of it or figure out Christianity is the single most insane religion known to man.




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502838  No.759620[Reply]

What kind of marital arts does /christian/ study?

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45c893  No.769790

>>769789

You got me.


eb67a3  No.769834

>>759620

>implying every artistry did not all originate from God in the first place

what an inane and frivolous question

best reply >>759625


d7b664  No.771741

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b11e8c  No.772757

>>760492

Okinawan Karate


626f05  No.773453

In area where I live there is a real threat from Satanic groups, Islamists, criminals and other malcontents attacking our parish and its goers and stealing its property. In my parish there were about 4-5 break ins by burglars and vandals in the past few years, thankfully so far, no physical harm was caused. Therefore learning a practical martial art to defend our selves and those of our fellows is a real need. I sincerely pray of course that it would never be needed of me to raise my hand against a fellow man in violence.

I would say taking up boxing is a good start, followed by grappling classes. Oriental martial arts are hugely overrated and their instruction is rarely serious. Of course getting fit and staying it is the primary prerogative.




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f5d748  No.773113[Reply]

>inb4 reeeeeeee another reddit thread

yeah I get it but this comes up a lot and I dont know where one should stand tbh

what route is most biblically sound

https://www.reddit.com/r/Christianity/comments/asday4/purity_culture_is_a_dangerous_lesson_we_are/

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ade2f0  No.773289

>>773283

Based reply

>>773285

Agreed, young people being taught to fear creating life, while being taught to engage in acts that could create life, are effectively being emotionally victimized by liberal society. As >>773283 said, there's nothing safe about intimacy.


54fd9f  No.773297

>>773289

No that's my point. Sex is safe and a gift from God. Negative association with sex is hurting the younger generation, just like Catholic demonization of sex has for centuries.


88904d  No.773318

>>773297

>Sex is safe

How?

We literally have to set up very explicit rules to avoid it's destructive effects, how can you just say that "sex is safe"?

Say that marriage is safe instead.

Sex is never safe.


c1a2c9  No.773346

>>773318

Because it doesn't entail any serious danger. "Safe sex" implies that sex is typically unsafe, and this terminology is invariably used by those who want to normalize fornication.

>sex is never safe

are you a rapist?


33efac  No.773348

>>773346

Marriage can act as a sort of emotional buffer for lovers because the first year or so of the relationship is full of sexual desire, which many in our generation view as love. When the courting process is extended further than that, it allows both lovers to see each other in deeper levels of appreciation and respect, essential components to the long term success of what should hopefully be a lifelong commitment to one another.

Part of the reason why sex is 'unsafe' now is because of the emotional and physical risks associated with it now that widespread fornication and short term relationships have broken the ability for people to be emotionally mature with their partners; as soon as the sexual spark dies, the relationship dies, even though in successful relationships it tends to move more in waves, coming and going with the flow of life.

Sex can be risky if not properly prepared for; anyone whose been to public school has seen the sometimes disastrous effects of the young experimenting with sex, often powerfully influencing their grasp on what a relationship is and how to build on it with your partner. This is why the older wisdom of abstinence, patience, and temperance were held in such high regard: many good fruits came from it.




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13e0fc  No.772875[Reply]

Hello! After a reasonably long period of thought, I have decided that I want to change my faith from Anglican to Catholic. To Catholicanons, how can I become a Catholic?

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a9a52d  No.773233

>>772875

I take it that you've been reading the works of Bl. John Henry Newman. If not, then I'd recommend it for your situation.

Dr. Taylor Marshall is also a former Episcopal priest, so you may find value in some of his blog posts.


9528d3  No.773234

>>773227

Not him, but most teachers in RCIA, so I've heard are normal people from the laity.

And we all know what the average Catholic believes.

You'll probably hear them defending gays or relativism or some shit.

That's why unfortunatly one needs to do his homework.

If that shit happens have a word with the priest.


13e0fc  No.773237

>>773234

Oh ok thank you, God bless you to


13e0fc  No.773239

>>773234

I was wondering why you said "not him" opps, anyhow still, god bless you


f4586a  No.773273

>>773211

Helped me too, anon. That's why you have to spread the truth to save these souls.




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9e9033  No.772707[Reply]

REVEALED: Vatican Secret Rules for Priests Who Father Kids…

“It’s the next scandal,” said Vincent Doyle, the son of a priest. “There are kids everywhere.”

http://archive.today/2019.02.19-001236/https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/18/world/europe/priests-children-vatican-rules-celibacy.html

ROME - Vincent Doyle, a psychotherapist in Ireland, was 28 when he learned from his mother that the Roman Catholic priest he had always known as his godfather was in truth his biological father. The discovery led him to create a global support group to help other children of priests, like him, suffering from the internalized shame that comes with being born from church scandal. But one archbishop finally showed him what he was looking for: a document of Vatican guidelines for how to deal with priests who father children, proof that he was hardly alone.

The longstanding tradition of celibacy among Roman Catholic clergy was broadly codified in the 12th century, but not necessarily adhered to, even in the highest places. Rodrigo Borgia, while a priest, had four children with his mistress before he became Pope Alexander VI, an excess that helped spur Martin Luther’s Protestant Reformation. Luther wrote mockingly that the pope had as much command over celibacy as “the natural movement of the bowels.” But Mr. Doyle said that the website for his support group, Coping International, has 50,000 users in 175 countries. He said he was first shown the Vatican guidelines in October 2017 by Archbishop Ivan Jurkovic, the Vatican's envoy to the United Nations in Geneva.

Mr. Gisotti, the Vatican spokesman, said that the internal 2017 document synthesized a decade's worth of procedures, and that its "fundamental principle" was the "protection of the child. Mr. Doyle, who once studied for the priesthood and has sought to cooperate with church leaders, played a role in developing them, said Martin Long, a spokesman for the Irish Bishops' Conference. Canon lawyers say that there is noPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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d2720d  No.772826

>>772747

>This doesn't discredit the validity of their claims, but it surely doesn't help their image.

I wish people applied to attitude to Catholicism


381b5e  No.773243

>>772707

Why do some priests break their vows of celibacy? No one is forcing them to remain priests, no one would hate them if they resigned from their priesthood, got married, have sex or reproduce. But why do they continue to trick everyone they know?


d0fb56  No.773244

>>772779

Yes, that is true; but it's undeniable we need a vicar of Christ soon to swipe clean the deck of the ship and start to mend to its damaged haul.

I am just glad God will not abandon His bride He placed on Earth.

>>772762

Also, there's a sort of morbid irony to it all…

>9 yo drag child dances for gay pride and gets showered with money, so progressive!

>all priests are pedophiles and abusers and have children and REEE!

(far from justifying all these disgusting and despicable behaviours: even just one priest who did, does or will ever do something like that is already a priest too much…)

>>773243

We are human, we do the stupidest things no matter what: be it hubris, lower instincts, etc…


d859a8  No.773247


255c07  No.773263

>>772707

Priests with secret kids are a much lesser problem than homosexual priests




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a98fa7  No.770651[Reply]

I hate to be that weirdo

But I can't stop feeling like God is speeding things up.

Everywhere I look, society, church, theology, philosophy, they all seem to culminate at a certain time period.

I'm not saying the time is near and I'm not trying to profess the future. But,

It really seems like God is starting to seperate his flock more and more from the world. Even the lukewarm people of faith are either becomming more traditional or are falling completely from the way.

I'm just wondering if any one else is seeing what I'm seeing or am I legitimately going mad?

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00952d  No.773130

>>770651

Honestly, none of this is new if you read history. Read Petronius's The Satyricon or Aristophanes's Assemblywomen for a glimpse into eras of Greece and Rome, obviously they are works of fiction. Wealth and leisure breed decadence and moral regression. Just be mindful that none of this is exceptional and there is always a correction.


e11165  No.773168

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>>770651

>>770673

I agree with you anons. Many saints have continually prophesied these days and the Blessed Mother herself has done so time and again in her apparitions. Repent, for the end is near.


e11165  No.773170

>>773168

To add, history buffs can also recognize how everything has just been coming together over the past century - a making of which there is no undoing.

>Revelations 20:7-10

>7And when the thousand years shall be finished, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison, and shall go forth, and seduce the nations, which are over the four quarters of the earth, Gog, and Magog, and shall gather them together to battle, the number of whom is as the sand of the sea.

>8 And they came upon the breadth of the earth, and encompassed the camp of the saints, and the beloved city.

>9 And there came down fire from God out of heaven, and devoured them; and the devil, who seduced them, was cast into the pool of fire and brimstone, where both the beast

>10 And the false prophet shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever.


64334b  No.773198

>>770651

It most likely won't be the end times, but you are sensing the end of an era. The beginning of a dark age, but not the end. Decadence is nothing new and this cycle has played itself out before. Pray, live faithfully is all we can do. Anxiety is the work of the Enemy.

>>770731

I'm of the opinion that there is always an antichrist on this Earth, that Satan is constantly raising new ones up in the hope that one will eventually be the one of Revelation, but of course, hoping that he will win. Food for thought.


f1c72b  No.773229

God bless you all. I love you christanons.




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11eba7  No.771531[Reply]

Post your favorite traditional Christian music of any genre. Here are a few of my favorites:

Great Gospel song from the greatest singer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5bk6Epd4qg

Not solely Christian, but helps me remember to not fret about Earthly problems as much

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5i4ZGVQGa8

The crown jewel of Handel's Messiah, makes me tear up every time

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kg7aXEvCeXY

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23a255  No.773167

>>772445

>They change lyrics of the liturgy use of God to I, making it change from third-person to first-person. This screams blasphemy to me

I don't think blasphemy makes sense in the context of a lyric/poem where the 'character' of the speaker is ambiguous. It's not exactly the same as a priest blatantly telling his followers that he is their lord, as a matter of fact when preaching. The medium itself let's the listener detach the words from the singer, and attribute them to whoever makes the most sense in that context (i.e. Jesus).

I mean, it could've still been done intentionally to be edgy and "blasphemous", but I think that backfired spectacularly considering most of the comments on their videos ended up being pro Christian, lol.


c99cde  No.773172

>>773167

I get the sense it's a backfiring too. The first recommended I saw on youtube for them was a live recording at something called Hellfest. They were wearing traditional heiromonk robes with inverted orthodox crosses and what looked like an icon of Christ with an animal head on it.


6b66f1  No.773194

>>773172

>>773167

I mostly was just interested in an english translation of the lyrics. I think whether or not "it's christian" depends mostly on what it's being used for, not whether or not "it is" – like all art, I suppose. For instance, the song "Painkiller" by Judas Priest can easily be considered christian, imo.

>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM__lPTWThU

>http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/judas-priests-rob-halford-praying-absolutely-works/


6b66f1  No.773195

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e9eb6b  No.773200

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God's gonna cut you down




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4566bd  No.745436[Reply]

Are people really paid to shill here?

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6c2d68  No.772460

I'm literally on a jesuit payroll. Because there is nothing more important than shitposting to annoy a handful of ortholarps on an anime board


1a48e2  No.772461

>>772459

Kikes hate the Christ, and we know for sure they actively try to disrupt /pol/, is it too much of a stretch to assume they don't do the same here?


1dcf86  No.772474

>>772461

Here's how these sort of campaigns actually work:

a)public blanketism of internal discourse via big groups of NEET's, aka 50 cent armies in China and Russia;

b)if the group is relatively smaller and somwhat close to their ideology, entryism(what Stormfront did to halfchan /pol/)

c)well-organized targeted campaigns to slander X or promote their viewpoint among the general population;

No decently organized group is gonna waste time and money posting, once in a blue moon, some mildly inflammatory things on sites that are tangentially related to an offshot of their supposed target(even assuming /pol/'s invocation of the JIDF boogeyman is NOT just a combination of their posters's self-importance and paranoia, comparable to /x/ screaming "Disinfo!", "Gov Shill!" whenever someone calls them stupid)


35524d  No.772490

>>745436

This is such a relatively unpopular board that it blows my mind people believe this. Yeah I don't doubt the government has people watching /pol/ and /b/ on halfchan, and maybe even posting sometimes to try to datamine or influence the conversation. But doing that with every little board would be expensive and unproductive.


f5cefe  No.773186

>>745733

the only time I'd imagine any paid political shills come here are in actual political threads

if you notice these guys in /pol/ and /tv/, they actually rarely post outside of certain threads. they probably get paid for specific shilling objects (all of /pol/, certain attempts at swaying public opinion on /tv/, /v/, etc)




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652ff5  No.772479[Reply]

Hello guys, new guy here.

I was raised Catholic, and only recently started to look into other denominations within christianity.

Until now I believed that reformed christians are also protestants however I recently heard my new neighbours claiming that they are reformed christians, but they are not protestant. So what is the distinction between them? Are they closer to catholicism?

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e62940  No.773055

>>773036

To add to this, the shepherd-sheep relationship in the NT never suggests a single greatest authority figure

>The New Testament uses these metaphors with less variance. In the Gospels, shepherd denotes Jesus Christ, who is associated with the lost sheep of Israel, except in quoting Zech 13:7 when the reference to sheep refers to the disciples of Jesus (Matt 26:31; Mark 14:27). Outside the Gospels, sheep refers to believers in the church (Heb 13:20), whereas shepherd denotes either Christ (Heb 13:20; 1 Pet 1:25; 5:4; Rev 7:17) or a pastor (Acts 20:28; 1 Pet 5:2).

from "Pastoral Ministry: The Ministry of a Shepherd" Ch 8

Peter saw his role as an elder/bishop/overseer as equivalent to every other elder

<1 Therefore, I exhort the elders among you, as your fellow elder and witness of the sufferings of Christ, and a partaker also of the glory that is to be revealed,

<2 shepherd the flock of God among you, exercising oversight not under compulsion, but voluntarily, according to the will of God; and not for sordid gain, but with eagerness;

<3 nor yet as lording it over those allotted to your charge, but proving to be examples to the flock.

<4 And when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will receive the unfading crown of glory. (1 Pet. 5:1-4 NAS)


4f0694  No.773062

>>773000

nice trips

… and even nicer laying out of TULIP with scriptural attestation

i was also wondering what denom someone might come from if they claimed to be 'reformed but not protestant', because it would be very difficult to hold to the 5 points and not protest RC dogma, unless they know absolutely nothing of Roman Catholic teaching


d41f68  No.773117

>>773024

>no free will at all

No autonomous will. We have a creaturely will, but only God is autonomous.

>>773062

I'm at a loss as to what denom he might be.

Most, if not all, Reformed Christians realize that they're Protestant, so unless he's part of some non-denomination Reformed church, I can't imagine why he might reject the Protestant label.

Maybe he prefers Evangelical? But then again, that carries a lot of baggage these days.


2e5c14  No.773124

>>773117

>No autonomous will. We have a creaturely will, but only God is autonomous.

So……. in other words….. no free will.


a09a00  No.773183

>>773124

lol, calvinism is the original "black pill"

fallacious argument resulting in anti-God theology




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ec17cd  No.703403[Reply]

Does anyone listen to Christian music? I'm a catholic but I find it soothing and helpful spiritually. It focuses my mind on God.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XUKNSqS3C8&t=1276s

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3cf776  No.773068

>>761238

Sounds very unpleasant to listen to


4813d1  No.773077

>>773068

Are you deaf?


26fe06  No.773094

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>>703403

My new favourite


088323  No.773179




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e8b0d0  No.770822[Reply]

If a pope openly says that you don't have to believe in God to be Catholic and says that Jesus wasn't a real person, is that Pope still a pope? If the Pope openly claims they are not Catholic anymore but they have converted to Buddhism, but insists that a Buddhist can be Pope and still claims to be Pope, is he still Pope? Who can judge him?

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56b9f1  No.772099

If Benedict was coerced into resigning, and they replaced him with Francis… Good God, I am worried about the state of the bishops, cardinals and pope. Is there any real hope of saving the Church from their errors? Did freemasonry conquer Her from within? Is our Church in the hands of the Evil One? The pope is the pope and we should pray for him every day, and I will do so, but where will this madness end? The dubia has failed… the counterattack has been inflicted… God's people labor in agony it seems to me.


56b9f1  No.772100

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>>772099

Stopping short of going full blown sedevacantist (the "Catholic" version of Protestant), what are we to do in order to win this battle? What can we do?


4b52c1  No.772101

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>>772100

The laity needs to speak up and let their voices be heard.


e8b0d0  No.772856

>>772100

Currently my viewpoint is that while I wouldn't claim to be a sede, I don't think their views are that crazy. I don't think we have enough information to be held accountable to not take the sede route. I have a lot more respect for SSPX too, and at this point I don't trust anything coming out of the church. I expect things to only get worse though and not better - there are a lot of people who think these things will be cleared up and we'll have some sort of widespread trad revival or something but I am quite confident that we have entered end times. If you consider the world was supposed to be for only around 6000 years the timing makes perfect sense too. I also view the canonizations as highly suspicious. It's a possibility that they had deathbed conversions but by no means are their lives worthy of heroic virtue, and they are political. I believe a large amount of bishops and cardinals do not believe the catholic faith. It may be a majority of them actually.

As for winning the battle we first of all have to work very hard on ourselves to become holy, lots of prayer and penance first of all. Once we reach a sufficient state of holiness we evangelize more. We cannot fix the corruption the the church. The antichrist is coming soon and the great apostasy is underway. We can save some people from falling away and there are still people who are converting into the church. But there will be no big fixes, the mass apostasy will come into full effect, and then the antichrist will come and majority of people will worship him as God. Then Elias and Enoch will show up and help us out. We have to keep the faith and stay strong.


cce485  No.773164

>>770825

>Believe it.

Thanks, Naruto.




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f0c499  No.772378[Reply]

I need some advice /christian/

I come from a Baptist/evangelical family, I decided to convert to Catholicism in August and am currently going through RCIA classes. My parents have largely been neutral or receptive to this. Recently I learned that my mother, an active member of her Baptist Church in my hometown will be going on a trip to Greece with others from her church put on by the International Mission Board. They'll be going to a camp outside of Athens that the UN abandoned, and that there will be others to help them out. According to my mother they'll be mostly doing Baptist ministries to a community that purportedly is actually in need and not just migrating into Europe. This is all according to my mother, I'm taking her at her word.

While I do feel sympathy for those in need, I also know that the mere presence of these migrants has caused an immense amount of trouble in Greece and in Europe. Now my mother isn't blind to that, but she insists that this is something she's led to do and that she'll be ministering to these people and genuinely helping them. I set aside my Catholic beliefs, knowing I wouldn't convince her about those in an evening over the phone and explained to her that although I knew her intentions were good, that her helping these migrants would only serve to aid and abet the wider phenomenon of mass migration into Europe, that ultimately less good would be done in the long run. Additionally, I expressed a concern for her safety, if the UN abandoned the last camp, heaven knows what could be in store. I explained my case briefly over the phone and she said that while I was welcome to keep in contact with her about it, she ultimately felt that God was calling her to go to Greece.

Here's where you all come in. I'm going to be writing up a case, a proper argument against her going to Greece (more so for my own sake). I can find plenty of evidence in relation to the migrant crisis. If you can, because my knowledge of Scripture, its interpretation on the matter is not befitting, any and all Scriptural arguments I can use. I trust that this body of believers can be of some assistance. In order to assure you all that I'm not simply shirking my work onto others, I will be pursuing the line of inquiry into Old Testament Law, how the IsraPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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c1384a  No.772600

>>772586

You're forgiven

I empathise with your zeal against shitskin invaders


ce05f6  No.772689

>>772385

Makes sense, western people are starting to learn anabaptists are full of shit so they're going to target Africans next


f0c499  No.773095

OP here.

After some time to think I decided to rescind the construction of a proper case. I realized that It wouldn't matter what I said, my mother will still go, whether or not God has actually called her to go. I called her to tell her I still think she shouldn't go, but recognized it was her decision to make. She was very gracious about it, and specifically requested me to send information about the current state of affairs in Greece. Please pray for her safety nevertheless.

Thanks all.


8348b8  No.773148

>>772525

Ah, yes. Let's aide and abet criminality. Make sure they are comfy!


88b3fc  No.773151

>>773148

Learn to read




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85c0a8  No.772678[Reply]

What are some virtuous hobbies for a Christian? I spend way too much time on a computer, in front of a screen, and have no idea how to spend my time in a positive way other than praying or reading about the faith. I tend to burn myself out spiritually, and I'm either only focused on God or completely shutting him out with entertainment

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2a633b  No.772967

hobbies are slavery


bdc4a5  No.772993

Gregorian chant, learning to chant the psalms, memorizing the psalms


b632e8  No.772995

>>772809

Can I make it as ugly as possible and completely useless?


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659b23  No.773090

>>772790

>>772795

Gonna have to third gardening. Leaving aside the Adam and Eve thing it's too easy for modern people to spend all their time inside and lose appreciation for the growing things.




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ac84fd  No.772614[Reply]

I'm reading the 1611 KJV, and it's slow going to say the least. I'm currently on the book of Elazar. Is this something that is supposed to be accomplished in a relatively short time span? There are so many pages, Anons. With all the Apocrypha included it must be one of the longest books ever written. Any good strategies or advice? How long did it take you to read this thing?

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ac84fd  No.772799

>>772797

>a wild negro appears

I honestly don't have a clue what you're on about.


26a1ff  No.772803

>>772799 (checked)

This is why Christians don't do drugs. It makes you crazy.


38c4f4  No.772854

>>772797

>A Baptist girl scorned me

So you're a frustrated, freshly rejected incel. No worries, I'm sure the Lord can help you with your temporary butthurt. Welcome to the board, sinner!


cae0f9  No.772984

>>772614

Alternating an average of 3 chapters a day (with an occasional 2, 4, or 5 chapters a day), and missing some days for various reasons, it took me about a year to read the OSB Old Testament. Finishing up Matthew now.

My advice? Don't treat reading the Bible as a race for bragging rights. Don't get me wrong: if you have the speed-reading, comprehension and memory capacity to read at a fast rate comfortably, then by all means.

Nevertheless, you should read at a rate that feels comfortable for you. Don't treat the Bible like you haven't eaten in days, and have a Thanksgiving selection laid out in front of you, and you try to scoff it all down in minutes, or like some competitive hot dog eating contest. Treat it like partaking in the spiritual equivalent of a gourmet meal. In other words, take your time; neatly and painstakingly cut it into pieces; chew slowly and deliberately; really partake in the enjoyment of the complex flavors.

Your attitude towards the Bible, overall, should be: "I want to understand this", not "WHOO! I FINISHED THIS IN 5 SECONDS!!!! WHERE'S MY GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS AWARD?!?!?" As such, a study version with copious footnotes is highly recommended.


ca622c  No.773042

art thou privy to an fixteen eleven in truth? i haf mine doubtf for left it be marked with none fo fingular a character af the letter 'f' inftead of the letterf 'f' then thou may judge it rightly to be an feventeen fixty-nine, firrah




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b16811  No.772160[Reply]

>66 chapters (like 66 books)

>first 39 are judgement (OT)

>rest 27 about salvation (NT)

>first 9 of 27 chapters about salvation of israel from nations around it

>back 9 salvation of the planet and establishment of the new heaven and new earth

>middle 9 salvation of people as individuals personally

>middle of the middle 9 is Isaiah 53

Preddy neat but what do all u CatDogs make of this if your canon doesn't have 66 books? Nice co inkydink but doesn't this easter egg validate prot canon and that they're on the right track (with the canon, at least)?

See 18:37 in in vide related for sauce

>inb4 Shapiro jooo and zionist shill Johnny Mac shoo shoo!!

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eab9f7  No.772896

>>772890

In addition, it's not like the Church is taking any serious effort to care about orthodoxy. No one should be surprised if Pope Francis encourages for the Quran to be read piously by all Christians and that it is worthy of pious contemplation, and it contains some of the most sublime truth known to mankind contained in the pages.


a2a3f4  No.772900

Somebody give me a rundown on which deuterocanonical books contradict the canon.


ac390d  No.772946

>>772398

>actually two dead bodies

I know! Justin Trudeau has been dead for years. He's now a ventriloquists dummy, right?

How else do you explain the bizarre behaviour other than someone's havin' a gig?

>>772396

>Also, nice job putting a dead body in your post. A fraternal suggestion: remove this immediately, it will be a stumbling block for many who will see it and the mods will not take it lightly either.

>a stumbling block for many who will see it

wta-

>>772399

>post dead bodies for everyone to see

Why is this what you use to rebuff anon's arguments? Is /christian/ suddenly australian aboriginal, scared of seeing the dead? Smells a little like you fished for an excuse to not debate an anon who disagreed with you

That said, that whole Yahoo article is just odd


802d5f  No.772989

>>772900

Isaiah 59:21 says that the words God put in his (Isaiah's) mouth would be preserved for ever, but the apocrypha aren't even in the original languages. And it's pretty simple to prove since they admit they weren't prophets and Matthew 11:13 tells us that the law and the prophets comprised the word of God until John. So to claim they were inspired would contradict Matthew 11:13.


6f7670  No.773027

>>772633

The Monophysites are not Orthodox, regardless of what they call themselves. They are not in communion with the Orthodox Church.




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