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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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475202  No.798890[Reply]

This applies to all Western women yet there are White Knights on this very board that would defend these harlots and their sins. Shameful.

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f7bc42  No.798971

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Taken this Friday. You really need to get out of your bubble anon.

a97b49  No.798972

1434a7  No.798993


oh, sweetie….

it's called "turkwise"

Out of all the seasonal churchgoers at my parish today, I think only one woman wore a dress that exposed her shoulders.

It was funny seeing women dressed extremely modestly not knowing how the Mass was run. I ended up helping a lady across from me find out where exactly we were in the missal.

0d7759  No.799001


>This applies to ALL

>muh I had different experience. My sample is the ultimate one not yours.


White knights is not a thing. There are betas and cucks for sure…then there are real men. "white knight" is a mockery to make all women look bad and turn the good men against even the good women.

I know many chaste and nice girls who are not whores. Grow up.

0d7759  No.799002

the next question is: Are you even the man worthy of the achievements of your ancestors?

Tbh I am not so I am going to work on myself so they do not feel ashamed in heaven when my name comes up. Instead you know….whining about how deenerate things are. Yes they are we all know it. The question is what will you do with yourself to counter that.

The question is are you willing to stand among the ruins on your own or are you lying down, eating dust and just insulting everyone because you're not willing to get up.

And do not waste your time with whores. Go for high quality women.

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12731f  No.798829[Reply]

Im very new to this.

But in most threads here, i read most people convert from catholic to orthodox. Did i read the wrong threads or is orthodox the "real" religion?

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fcf151  No.798855

This is the millionth thread about this subject. You won't find an answer here. Look out the theological differences between the two and the history of the schism and decide for yourself. And for the love of God, don't choose a denomination because it's "based".

f6d38c  No.798872


>keep wearing them 24/7 but also make them more attention grabbing.

Except that doesn't happen so I don't see what point you're trying to make. What you posted is only worn during the Liturgy or official events, priests wear either black robes or regular clothing when out and about.

73a64f  No.798910



Although two years on I'm still studying and trying to figure it out

7e7c05  No.798911

Nah, Orthodoxy is foolish and a meme. The OCA has like 20,000 members, so I don't know where you're getting these reports of mass conversion. Natural law is real, absolute divine simplicity is real, faith and reason is real. That said, Orthodoxy is apostolic and therefore ought to be regarded with much more respect than heretical Protestants.

f6d38c  No.799000


>Implying that the OCA is the only Orthodox Church body in the US

It's not a good thing that there are more churches than just one, but there are so there are many more Orthodox thank just 20k.


>was true, at least to me

Relativism doesn't lead to the Truth as you've clearly shown.

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1dc896  No.798183[Reply]

This was an /r/atheism meetup. Tell me honestly bros, would a /christian/ meetup look any different?

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a66fbc  No.798509

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of course. It would look like pic related.

7c5ec4  No.798589

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>but not nearly as much as /r/atheist or /pol/ meetups.

/christian/ meets up probably look similar to /k/ meet ups.

943ad2  No.798606

If you want to know what a /christian/ meetup would look like, all you have to do is look around your church.

86cd9e  No.798876


based and breadpilled

dc37da  No.798881


It says so on the left

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67d40e  No.789173[Reply]

French archbishop ‘delighted’ to participate in dedication of mosque

March 25, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — The Grand Mosque of Reims was inaugurated March 14 in the presence of Archbishop Eric de Moulins-Beaufort, who joined a host of local authorities, the mosque’s imam as well as a number of foreign financiers of the 3,750-square meter (about 40,000 square feet) complex that lies in the Saint-Anne area of the historic French town.

The Catholic archbishop gave a short speech and even posted his words on his Facebook page, saying he was “delighted” for the Muslim community of Reims.

Reims, a medium-sized provincial town in northeast France, has about 180,000 inhabitants of whom some 37,000 are part of the Muslim community, according to figures quoted by local media in 2014, when the Grand Mosque first opened to worshippers.

Its official inauguration was delayed for nearly five years in order to allow all interested parties and financial backers to take part, once the finishing touches were made. It is the largest mosque in France, built in a highly symbolic location.

Clovis, the first Christian king of the Francs, was a pagan. He was baptized in Reims on Christmas Day somewhere between 496 and 506 (historians differ on this point) by Remi, the saintly bishop of Reims, together with 3,000 warriors. His baptism is considered to be the founding event of what would become the Catholic kingdom of France, at a time when the chiefs of Gaul and most of the bishops favored the Arian heresy.

On the day Clovis was to be received into the Catholic Church, the crowd was so dense that it was impossible to bring the Holy Chrism for the sacrament. Miraculously, a dove – assimilated to the Holy Spirit Himself – descended toward the baptismal fonts, bringing in its beak of vial of oil, the “Sainte Ampoule,” which has been used since then to anoint the kings of France.

Thirty-five French kings were anointed in Reims up to the 19th century. The 14th-century Cathedral building still stands, beautifully restorePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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191acb  No.789387

French Catholics fought Muslims with their blood on the hell on battlefield and won and now, we have traitors like him welcoming the enemy like a good goy.

26ef4f  No.798691

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3b7627  No.798696


Just hide and report it. Don't bump it or give it attention.

d5beaa  No.798698

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Haven't these f*ckers heard of the 1st commandment?

26ef4f  No.798878


Its Sinful! Repent

fd5eb9  No.756026[Reply]

I declare open this thread, as a guide to self development in the path of the superior christian man we all strive to be.

Make it like the other cyclical threads, so that we may all post about any recommendations and question we may have, about self improvement as human, not necessarily related to religion, but about leading a proper christian life.

Also, it is noted in various resources of the type, how its important for men to keep regular friendship with equally strong men, where we can brutally honest with each other, and find out if we were being lazy, false and just complacent about some objective or our path in life. So may we make this also a space where you share your plans, open and truthfully so others may judge if you're being honest with yourself on your purpose. Give updates and feedback so that we all may grow on our own.

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900338  No.789900


Or you could just get a manual labour side job. The monks are very strong without any gym equipment etc.

b37604  No.790350


no, I mean keto in the "stay in ketosis".

there's a thing call "fat adaptation", where your body learns to process fat alongside carbs as a source of energy, many people have said going back onto a normal healthy diet has had many positive benefits

b69a58  No.792977


checking in. Considering the stress and the work that is before me I will still have the nasty three months. For few weeks I have felt like the uphill part of the battle is over and we're heading downhill. I found the confidence in myself I have never had and I seem to be able to navigate myself IRL better. Overall things are looking good right now but formally the biggest struggle is ahead of me. It does not seem so right now though. I am unexpectedly overly optimistic about future.

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678618  No.798808

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5c3a28  No.795787[Reply]

I have about 15 Bibles at the moment. KJV, NKJV, NRSV, CSB and a few study Bibles but I'd like to collect more just to make sure I have as much variety in my Bible collection as possible

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41a9a5  No.796065

Hebrew Torah

Latin Vulgate

Greek Septuagint

Greek New Testament

Apocrypha of every 'apostolic' church's deuterocanon.

King James Version

f74522  No.798298


Bibles are the 1 thing I won't throw away. I just can't do it, it feels SO SO WRONG

e4c1fa  No.798499

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You only need one really

ef875e  No.798656


all of them

6c7d88  No.798695


>uh here I got a deluxe omega 2.0 single column wide margin nasbrnivkjv-a

this is what protestantism used to be about

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4a6d65  No.795781[Reply]

Thoughts on this thing?

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0cc7be  No.795945


It's not just a black hole, It's the galactic center's black hole, Sagittarius A. We're orbiting that thing (at a very safe distance, some 150,000ly mind you)

0cc7be  No.795946


Correction, that's a different black hole, in the centre of a different galaxy, many many millions of light years away.

a7f678  No.795947

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a7f678  No.795949

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531a48  No.798647


doesn't look very black

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b95e48  No.798473[Reply]

Is incest okay with the church? I'm reading the Old Testament right now and they're marrying their sisters and cousins left and right.

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e30f0a  No.798522

The people in the Old Testament, the Jews, they're not good people by our standards. God's point by being born amongst them is that we're not much different by His standards.

76c26f  No.798525


Your post isn’t particularly helpful, since incest was necessary for the first generations after Adam.

0ef1df  No.798527

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Read Leviticus 20

b95e48  No.798535


>curiously omits sexual relations with your own mother

7ce271  No.798556


verboten: sister, aunt, girls on their period

a-okay: mother, grandmother

ty based Leviticus

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e15998  No.754503[Reply]

Can the Totenkopf be used as a symbol by Christians or is it inherently pagan/satanic?

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8812bc  No.786015


Veganism and demonizing alcohol are both anti-Christian (veganism is okay in theory but equating killing animals for food with murder isn't, and almost all of them do that). Straight-edgers are much more likely than normies to get tattoos too.

a86966  No.786018


The concept of one German nation didn’t exist until very recently. Hitler was emulating the HRE which was a Christian institution but more centralised. Before that they were just scattered tribes fighting each other. The HRE brought some semblance of stability in Europe.

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86b391  No.786718


define recent

4d6b9b  No.798511


So is the Totenkopf appropriate or not?

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d6cf88  No.787095[Reply]

Greetings, brothers, and sisters in Christ. I was wondering if we could have a general thread for debunking evolution. I'm still not completely sold on it just yet.

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6ef730  No.798447


If epigenetics can explain that couldn't it explain the evolution theory?

f82ec3  No.798452


yes, exactly, that's the whole point. Under the mutation model, DNA could at least potentially come about by chance, but if there is no mutations creating genes, then that means that all this epigenetic potential didn't come about by chance mutations either. It must have been designed, as that's the only reasonable inference left.

Where does epigenetics come from, if it didn't come from chance interactions? When looking at the origin of new forms, be it the first form or whatever, it follows the same patterns of design, like that of the version history of a program. If it follows the same pattern as ordered things brought about by conscious agents, then it is not unreasonable to suppose that all of life was brought about by a conscious agent. This is a legitimate argument, because it couldn't reasonably have happened by chance in the amount of time available given it's odds, not even close, and that instead it much better matches the pattern of something designed by a conscious agent.

f82ec3  No.798457


one of the reasons it is better that generally every day new forms that even we can see come from epigenetics and not mutations, is it points out that that things can only do what they are designed to do, and that they cannot develop new functions by chance.

It brings attention to the problem that, well if this is the case, how could anything come about by purely naturalistic means, if it can't reasonably be expected develop new functions by chance? Nothing would ever develop in the first place. It means that darwinian style evolutionary explanations wont ever work, because they are all fundamentally inept, so long as things cannot come to do things that they aren't designed to do by chance.

As the naturalistic argument wanes, the design argument waxes.

f82ec3  No.798459


sorry correction, BENEFICIAL new forms are the result of epigenetics, and not mutations. Mutations only deteriate forms, like how one would expect a mutation to, but that is still a new form.

6ef730  No.798466




Thanks. I need to study the subject more. What you say makes sense, but there are some few holes that remain to be filled. After a life of justifying everything by it, I can say now that I don't believe in evolution and the reason is because I see the philosophical consequences of it like explicited in this post >>798262. I want to be able to disprove it properly.

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d89ca1  No.791601[Reply]

I've been hearing a lot about this place called "Hell" recently but I don't know what it is. Literally speaking, "a place of eternal torment", ok got it. But what happens there? And would God create a world where he would, seemingly, destine a large portion of humans to hell? I don't know what heaven is either but that's for another thread. So what are your ideas on what hell is, who goes there, why? I can't help but think the God of the people is evil. Why create humans in a way where the majority will just suffer for an eternity?

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0d5a93  No.796386


JW and 7DA should frick off from this board

7959fb  No.796395


>JW and 7DA should frick off from this board

I'm neither. Propose arguments against my comment instead of trying to ban me.

2e417d  No.796599


Both about hell.

86940a  No.796825


That doesn't mean it's relevant..

5e7723  No.798451


i've seen this before and cant help but feel that he's making shit up for publicity

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0fe7bc  No.783474[Reply]

Weed is fully legalized in my state for full recreational use of adults 21+. I am above 21. Is it still a sin if I smoke a little bit?

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7c8a8a  No.798400


Is depression a sin?

925aaf  No.798405


Yes. Self-hatred is contrary to the virtue of charity.

6b7d1e  No.798406


Ever notice how bluepilled most weedcucks are?

e33bd6  No.798432


It is to be succumbed by it. What ever you are suffering the Lord suffered much more on the Cross for you.

b0318d  No.798434


>Disobeying the government is not a sin

Why not?

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671b6c  No.786869[Reply]

Are there any theological contradictions that make your faith tremble from time to time, /christian/s?

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509d14  No.795865


>having fun

I suggest a bit of empirism. Look at the people who chose to have fun. Rockstars, billionaires, mafia men. Their eyes are void, they get dependent on drugs, suicide young.

Consider moreover that not all who choose the wide path end up succesfully evil like those people. Most drift into self destruction. Because Fun is not Happiness. Happiness is knowing you are. And Happiness itself, it is not the Truth.

212ec0  No.796894

Stefan Molyneux as a whole. The logical argument against Deity seems rock-solid.

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43225d  No.798413


What's the argument?

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d734f3  No.794396[Reply]

>Saved through faith alone. not by works.

Why not both? I have struggled with this, so someone can do dirty deeds but as long as they 'believe' something then they are saved? It doesnt make sense. If you are saved shouldnt you do good works anyway? I am really struggling with this.

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de5fa0  No.797699

>Why not both?

It's called Orthodox Christianity.

6f6bdd  No.797704

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

For Catholics we are saved by Grace, faith or works don't actually make any difference at all.

There is something called a state of Grace, you can enter into this through baptism, fall out by mortal sin, and reenter through confession (or if you repent because you Love God).

It's fairly simple/clear and lines up with scripture

So long as you have faith and align yourself with it you go to heaven, if you leave the faith you go to hell.

>Christ gave us tools to be born again of the water and spirit, baptism, which lets us enter the state of Grace.

If you die in a state of Grace, you go to heaven, it's that simple.

If you fall out of the state of Grace (what this means in practice is you act with such hatred of God he can no longer dwell in you, you become incompatible with him, he never rejects us, we reject him). Christ also gave us the tools to re-enter into it.

6df7b6  No.798346

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the whole faith vs works thing is a relatively new thing. Ancient Christendom never made a distinction. Let's look at the word 'faith' and how it's misapplied in the sola fide argument.

imagine you have a wife and she comes home one day and says "Honey, I've been sleeping with a bunch of strange men lately but it's all good because I still BELIEVE you're my husband"

This is not what a faithful wife looks like.

909817  No.798352

Its simple. Jesus died for us on the cross so in return we are forgiven for all of our past, present, and future sins. As long as we are remorseful of sin and we try to be close to God, we still have God in our lives. No matter what bad deed you do after that, you're still going to heaven. However, whoever does bad deeds might be corrected by God.

4c52d2  No.798386


That's actually what James is getting at.

The whole faith and works thing is neglecting the misunderstanding the apostles were clearing up.

Paul focused on arguing against legalism and showed that it is God, through his grace, which imparts faith to us. And this faith in the atoning work of Christ justifies us before him.

James is arguing essentially against antinomians, or those people who having received faith believe they can act anyway they want because they have faith. James is showing us that our desire towards santification is the evidence of a true faith, being shown through the works we do. Elsewhere it is shown that God has laid out the works we will do in Christ Jesus.

So yes it is faith in the sacrifice of Christ that saves alone. And it is our obedience, to desire to love God by being having our minds renewed into what his will is. The natural result of this regeneration is fruit. A dead tree has been made alive, it is being tended by God, fruit will result.

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66338d  No.791523[Reply]

Post some AESTHETIC looking churches and share idea on proper church construction and design.

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b98adf  No.797290


i've been there, it isn't as cool as it sounds. you can't go to half of the places that are cool and there are a lot of extraneous artifacts.

a278ed  No.798324

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The Evangelistria's church in Mystras, Greece is simply beautiful. Settled in among so many ruins, I can't help but admire it.

a17845  No.798327


i can accept this compromise. Now, where's the army?

0e98e4  No.798335


Isn't it thought by many that the ark is actually in heaven or something? I suppose only God knows for sure.

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