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0f7904  No.520608[Reply]

Glory to God in the highest!

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1c98e6  No.715094

>>715077

You win the 2018 Most Triggered User Award. Congrats!




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bc249d  No.508486[Reply]

>What is this thread?

The designated political discussion thread. Christians from all parts of the political spectrum are encouraged to discuss relevant political topics and ideas, as well as ask questions and hopefully recieve answers from all points of view. Anything related to politics that doesn't actively involve the Catholic/Orthodox/Protestant churches should go here, so if a politics thread is deleted, this thread is the reason why.

As a reminder:

All board rules apply to this thread, so keep things civil.

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1af178  No.715849

>>715076

I don't mind it, it's fairly accurate in some instances. The only concerning thing is that it's apart of a recent trend among newfags where all new memes are just modifications of Wojack.




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dfad1c  No.353817[Reply]

“But I have prayed for you, that your faith would not fail. And you, when you have turned back, strengthen your brethren.”

Luke 22:32

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition with thanksgiving, let your requests be known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your thoughts in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:6-7

Confess your offences to one another and pray for one another in order to be healed. The insistent prayer of a righteous person is powerfully effective!

James 5:16

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b9678e  No.715660

relapsed, went full blackpill for almost a month…my friends in Pakistan and Kenya are praying for me, and this is giving me hope: I want to try again with His help and return the favor keeping my promise to pray fro them all in return.

Please pray for me too, for I am weak and a sinner.




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99a16f  No.491187[Reply]

Didn't see a qtddtot in the catalog, so I'm creating one. I'll start it off with this question. Is sodomy between a man and a woman sinful?

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4061a1  No.715887

http://www.ecclesia.org/truth/women_sin.html

Is this whole page a bunch of mental gymnastics and very flexible interpretations?


3f10c4  No.715900

Should you take medication/treatment for birth defects or genetic disorders? God formed everyone in the womb so it would be wrong trying to "fix God's mistakes" right?


83bbe4  No.715902

>>715887

Basically. It becomes worthless when it starts saying

>Temptations are not sins. When a lust has conceived into an [physical] act, only then can it be considered a sin.

For some reason, he does not differentiate between temptation as a thought and a thought as indulgence in temptation. The first is no act of our own, but every thought we make consciously is an act of our mind, which rightfully deserves judgment. No one could be said to be pure who desires for wrong willfully but merely abstains from brining it into actuality.

>>715900

It's totally fine.


83b3fd  No.715910

>>715674

We worship Jesus Christ, the Son of God, not Jesus Martinez, the hispanic store owner.


83bf24  No.715972

Is sex fine between a man and wife okay every day if the wife isn't pregnant yet?

Is asking Mary to pray for you to have a wife like her okay?

Will God not give certain gifts at all unless you ask in prayer?




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c5c042  No.657770[Reply]

Purpose

This thread is to help all the Orthodox anons on this board to gather their thoughts, uplift each other, share edifying materials, and ask important questions.

Glory be to God in all things.

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me a sinner.

Useful Links

Ancient Faith Radio: http://www.ancientfaith.com/

OrthodoxWiki: https://orthodoxwiki.org/Main_Page

Canons of the Seven Ecumenical Councils: http://www.intratext.com/IXT/ENG0835/_INDEX.HTM

The Orthodox Church in America: https://oca.org/

Orthodox Christianity (a site that hosts articles predominantly written by clergy): http://orthochristian.com/

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4ab7fb  No.715931

>>715925

Don't worry, the schism is one sided, Constantinople didn't cut ties with Moscow and say they will treat Russian Orthodox the same as before regardless what Kirill says, so did Mount Athos. Have some faith in the church man.

And the Guatemala Orthodox are under Constantinople's guidance so this doesn't affect them in any way.


bb0de8  No.715932

>>715931

But aren't most of the missionaries there Serbs and Russians?


4ab7fb  No.715935

>>715932

No, they're gayreeks as you call them.


76e908  No.715955

>>715925

A little dramatic aren't we?


edeb69  No.715971

>>715925

If you cut a cake in half you don't lose half the cake. The entire cake is still there.




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e66a8b  No.702160[Reply]

ITT: People you hope are in heaven

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dfef9a  No.715954

>>715950

imagine the worst sort of abuse you could put someone through

she got utterly destroyed by some yakuza thugs and people knew but let it carry on


b6e4ae  No.715956

>>715954

Yeah I just found her name and I am currently reading the article

Jesus Christ how could they let that happen ?


dfef9a  No.715958

>>715956

I think asians are just naturally uncaring and unsympathetic. God clearly showed his contempt for them by revealing His doctrine to the middle-easterners/europeans long before they contacted the orientals. Ant-people.


68331c  No.715966

>>715952

And who are you to judge?


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cb14f4  No.665182[Reply]

So, I'm a 19 year old boy who was solely attracted to girls, but has developed an attraction to femboys after years of viewing pornography. Is it possible for myself to be rid of homolust through prayer (and/or other spiritual means) or is it now a new form of lust that I must struggle with?

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a32695  No.715907

I hate to be cynical but this thread just seems like a vanity project for OP, who seems to be basking in the male attention. In other words, this thread is actually turning him gayer. He says he is "going to try" to stop watching porn. Maybe a few more (you)'s will finally convince him, tee hee


f65a49  No.715908

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>>695049

Understandable. I will try to cut it completely out though.

>>695402

I still want clarification on what that anon was getting at as well.

>>695059

Prayer is very important, but yeah, I'm looking to more than just that.

>>695404

Not sure if bait, but anyways, I used to think I was perhaps repressed and looking at gay stuff was simply me finally accepting my inner gayness. But, I really don't think that anymore. I'm straight. Porn has just messed me up.

>inb4 "ummm you're in denial, sweetie"

>>695406

Heh. Personally not anti-Catholic, but yeah, the corruption in the Catholic Church is horrendous. Poor kids.

>>695414

Excluding the drugs/alcohol, fast food, and video games, yeah, that was basically me throughout the summer and exacerbated (heh) my porn addiction.

>>695421

It can play a part for sure. I always lacked a strong male figure in my life. I love my dad and am incredibly thankful for him providing for the family financially, but he worked so much. We never got to bond.

>>696693

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c48583  No.715916

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OP, I found your problem. You must cease all anime activities IMMEDIATELY. It could save your life


f65a49  No.715918

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Okay, I know I've been annoying with my long posts and all, so I'll relax now. Again, thank you to all the anons who replied. God bless you all. Some anons asked for prayer in this thread, so hopefully you caught some of their posts and we can pray for them together. This thread isn't only about me of course. There are a lot of other anons struggling with this.

So, yeah, I'll leave it at that. Again, greatly appreciate the advice and thoughtfulness of the anons here on /christian/. See you anons later.

>>715895

Thank you for addressing those questions I had. Most anons didn't. Appreciate the overall very thoughtful reply.

>>715901

Legit made me laugh out loud. Yeah, sorry you had to read that. That was unironically my mindset though.

>>715916

I just like to couple Christ-Chan with my posts. I rarely watch anime. I never really got into it. Neither am I into video games, junk food, alcohol, or drugs. Porn and lust/sexual sin in general has always been my main problem.

>>715907

I know my ridiculously long posts and my blogposting comes off quite self-important. Your cynicism is understandable. I simply want to address as many of the anons in this thread as possible and let them know their post wasn't ignored or anything. Also, some anons are looking for help and prayer as well. And I keep saying "going to try" to stop watching porn, because if I say I "will" stop watching porn, I would feel like a liar if I do mess up (which is, well, not too unlikely). Anyways, this thread could just die at this point and that would be fine. There have been many good replies and it's overall been quite spiritually encouraging.


eae266  No.715968

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>>665182

hey, OP … this: >>665185

it's pretty fugging easy, when you think about it




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8f7c4f  No.714440[Reply]

https://www.lifenews.com/2016/10/13/baptist-minister-defends-aborting-her-baby-god-helped-me-make-the-best-decision/

> I was serving in a congregation in New England at the time I realized I was pregnant. I was far away from family and friends. I had always imagined I would have a second child and I knew that it would be a struggle on our family financially as well as add to the stress of our marriage, which was starting to fall apart. I didn’t want to bring a baby into the world that would feel it was a burden—and I prayed to God to help me make the best decision I could in a situation that seemed impossible.

> Faith is so much more than judging right from wrong. Faith is about how we make meaning in our lives, how we understand our God, and how we live our values. Decisions about whether and when to grow one’s family carry the deepest meaning, and religious women make this decision in conversation with God, just as we do every decision.

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203a7e  No.715734

Heretics and unholy actors occupy positions in every denomination, Satan attacks all followers of Christ alike. Satan profits from these actions, his war is one of faith/morale attrition.


df7963  No.715855

I think the big issue the Apostolics are having here is they don't see the path of least resistance.

You don't see Catholics promoting this garbage because anyone can claim to be a protestant. Even most outright heretical protestants don't buy this as sound theology, far less the vast majority of the orthodox (small 'o'). Female clergy is an easy red flag for a meme sect, she doesn't represent trinitarian Protestantism any more than she does Catholicism, if there weren't any protestant churches, she'd be appropriating your guys' name instead…


b1df14  No.715965

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>>714440

< #reasons-women-shouldn't-have-leadership-or-teaching-positions

It's pretty straight-forward when you actually think about it


b1df14  No.715967




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be3a1d  No.715743[Reply]

NY during Easter of 1956

What went wrong /christian/ how did we go from this to where we are now in the matter of a few decades? Is there any way to make the West Christian again?

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a0d3bb  No.715957

>>715787

Germany was the worse thing to ever happen to Christianity and Europe.


2fb8aa  No.715959

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>>715743

>idealizing to the point of fetishism an era that never existed outside people's imagination

This board is weird sometimes

>>715801

No need to beg it, m8, the US was probably about as religious as it is now. The 1920s were a boom time for immorality and self-centredness, and the depression had failed to strip people of such tendencies. The war seemed to do the trick. At least on the surface.


b81d90  No.715960

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>>715909

This is a great essay which will likely not please any American Protestants but it's the truth. I will quote from it some:

"Several important aspects of American Christianity can be traced to seventeenth-century England. As the Catholic religion was violently suppressed by the monarchy, an increasingly Protestantized culture eliminated nearly all loci of the supernatural save God Himself, as beliefs in the apparitions of saints, angels, and demons, as well as the effects of sacraments and other rituals, were harshly derided as papist superstition and priestcraft. In a significant departure from continental Protestantism, English theology, following Berkeley, came to focus on the act of belief rather than God in history. Arguments for the existence of God followed the stoic philosophers instead of Aquinas, using the argument from design, which relied on subjective perception instead of objective metaphysics. English religion became grounded in subjectivity, rather than objective historical or philosophical claims. This was a dangerous approach, as it made no appeal to the continuity between generations responsible for the perpetuation of a common sense of duty, truth and goodness.

At the end of the seventeenth century, a more intensely subjectivist form of Christianity known as “pietism” arose in Germany, when Lutheran preacher Philipp Jakob Spener (1635-1705) proclaimed a radically antidogmatic and antiecclesiastical Christianity, which was condemned by Lutheran churches. Spener's emphasis on the “attitude” and religious “sentiment” of Christians as more important than any formula for belief or ecclesiastical organization was foreign to any major form of Christianity that had hitherto existed. Here was born the familiar American evangelical idea that Christianity is essentially and primarily a “relationship,” not a "religion," and that this relationship is more important than dogmatic orthodoxy or ecclesiastical obedience or ritual orthopraxis. Intellectually barren pietism did not succeed in Germany, but one of its offshoots, quakerism, found fertile soil in the United States. Pietism also found favor among some of the eighteenth-century English, in the form of Wesley's MethodiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


b81d90  No.715961

>>715960

"Since the founding of the United States, the nation's cultural development has been heavily informed by the bourgeois ethics of liberal capitalism, a system of political economy developed in direct opposition to traditional Christian institutions. Ironically, the most "conservative" elements in the United States tend to advocate liberal capitalism most strenuously, so that American conservatism founders on an internal contradiction. The same people who strive to preserve traditional culture, society, religion, and ethics also advocate the most culturally corrosive agent in existence. Liberal capitalism, the belief that human relations should be primarily defined by market relations, has done more to destroy traditional religion than any dictatorship. The Christian in the United States faces an extraordinary challenge, since in his country the ethics of capitalism is practically taken for granted.

Economic liberalism first developed among the Protestant nations, particularly England, where the monarchy was especially weak. The liberals, or Whigs, were opposed by aristocratic interests who sought to control commerce through corporations possessing privileges from the state. The American Revolution essentially represented a triumph of Whig politics in the American continent. This was reflected by the complete abolition of corporations, trade guilds, and aristocratic titles or privileges. By dismantling traditional means of regulating the economy, the way was opened to allow market relations to dominate society. Prior to the eighteenth century, the regulation of prices and wages to an amount that was "just" was a universal phenomenon. With the feudal system dismantled, a new form of coercion developed through unbridled competition.

In the United States, laissez faire capitalism did not reach its full potential until the last half of the nineteenth century. During the Civil War era, most of the Revolutionary-era prohibitions against corporate entities were abolished, enabling the creation of a new privileged class which entrenched itself through the ruthless logic of the markets. This was the era of classical liberalism, when economists unashamedly asserted that a bare subsistence wPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


b81d90  No.715962

>>715961

"The United States of America was the first nation in Christendom to deliberately exclude the Christian religion from its political constitution. All the nations of Europe and America then recognized Christianity in some form. The King of England was the head of the Church of England. The King of France was the "most Christian king," while the king of Spain was the "most Catholic king," and the Holy Roman Emperor was the Protector of the Church. The United States consciously banished Christianity from its political identity, confirming this intention in the Treaty of Tripoli (1797): "the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion." This treaty was unanimously approved by the Senate and proclaimed by President John Adams.

While the revelation that the United States was not founded on Christianity may be scandalous to conservative evangelicals who would like to remake the Founding Fathers in their own image, it is not at all surprising to those familiar with the religious and philosophical beliefs of the Founders, who commonly indulged in deism and freemasonry. While few of them would have supported the radical secularism of today's liberal judges who ban any religious expression at public expense, they were all wary of institutionalized churches like the Church of England, and wished to prevent any sect from having privilege over others.

The result, of course, was that no church in America was ever powerful enough to challenge the authority of the state, which did not regard itself as bound by any Christian principle. This conceit infects even social conservatives, who do not consider constitutional interpretations to be bound by natural law, nor regard foreign policy as constrained by just war criteria. This political liberalism, espoused even by so-called conservatives, is the natural complement of economic liberalism. American culture is so thoroughly indoctrinated with the belief that religion ought to play no role in politics, that we are incapable of appreciating what a radically heterodox idea that was only two centuries ago.

Many Americans consider the sepaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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c0df5c  No.714810[Reply]

And here's why

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85b0f4  No.715923

>>714873

he's the big gay


f7b289  No.715936

So how many good deeds are required in Gods eyes to he saved?


bc5d26  No.715937

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>>715936

It's not how many good deeds but How much you're willing to purify yourself and turn your mind, heart and body honestly towards God

Both the pharisee and the complacent protestant are bound to hell

The pharisee for doing empty works for he doesn't know charity and is full of pride

The "OSAS" protestant for believing than a simple mental adhesion to the word of God is enough to be saved and not a complete transformation of one's being.

He is right when he says that FAITH saves, but FAITH isn't "I believe Jesus died for me" it's "I believe Jesus died for me, he gave me the chance to be saved so I'll catch it and become a worthy servant of God myself"

A sinner who tries his earnest to do God's will and always repent, is higher in HIS eyes than a hypocrital devout.

TL;DR : How many good deeds is: the best you, yourself, can do as long as you really try..


f7b289  No.715947

>>715937

And what sin will take away your salvation once you have it? Is it a one time deal or are you constantly pingponging between saved and unsaved?

What happens if I was saved 99% of my life and in my final moments lose it? Does that 99% count for nothing?


9ce2f3  No.715953

>>715947

You probably know the answer to this one, just think of verses like Hebrews 6:4-6 but form a Catholic perspective.




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0ba29d  No.670387[Reply]

Entry note: This is a thread entirely dedicated to the most holy Rosary. No discussions about denomination, no "muh vain repititions", no "muh idolatry/goddess worship" or whatsoever. Discuss your experiences, all things Rosary-related, history, saints and so on and so forth.

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The Rosary. The prayer. The weapon.

Attacked by many - such as the devil and his demons - countless times. Prayed even more often. Consisting of divine prayers like the Angelic Salutation and the Our Father, has it been divinely revealed fully to St. Dominic by the blessed Virgin Mary. Despite the attacks of the devil and his minions has it been preserved through pious men and women, through our holy Mother and even Christ Himself - time and time again was it re-revealed when the faith grew weak and the people of God grew lazy and fell off the faith through tricks of the devil.

A prayer that goes with prayer beads - who are seen by God Himself and the angels, the holy ones as well as the fallen ones, as a sword. A powerful weapon to crush the enemies of God and to cut into the flesh of satan himself.

Will you stand by and neglect it ? Or will you join the ranks of the soldiers of God, armed with the weapon that can convert people as it can destroy evil likewise ?

The Rosary consists of 5 prayers: The Sign of the Cross, the (Apostolic) Creed, the Our Father, the Hail Mary and the Minor Doxology. In private you may add prayers such as the prayer request by our lady of Fatima - the so-called Fatima prayer - the Hail, Holy Queen, Litanies and others.

With every decade of Hail Mary's you meditate a different mystery. There are 4 (in the German-speaking realm 5) sets of mysteries for us to meditate, of which each one consists of 5 mysteries:

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34c815  No.713186

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>>672333

>>681668

First pic is my Rosary that I got shortly before I deployed last year. Survived a year on a navy ship. (Not that that's anything like trying to keep it intact in the field.) Brought it to masses with me all over Europe.

Second pic is my great grandmother's Rosary. She passed away earlier this year. I was at sea and couldn't go to the funeral but my mom brought it back for me. I didn't really know her (she lived on a different continent) and had only spoken to her over the phone a couple times when I was really young but I'm really happy to have it. It's the only heirloom I have really.

At my parish the sisters lead us in praying the rosary before mass every Sunday. At first I was kind of uncomfortable like some other anons have said, because of the seemingly droning repetition, but I'm glad I kept showing up early for it. We use these litanies every week too: >>687018

I still don't say it enough at home. Appreciate the regular reminders in this thread.

>>703644

>>703649

I kind of got overzealous and burnt out when I first started learning to pray. I bought a ton of books, Divine Office, Spiritual Exercises, Secrets of the Rosary, Chaplet to St Michael, etc. I decided to forget about all of it and just focus on praying the Rosary for now. Once I feel confident in my efforts with that I'll start with more advanced methods, but I think it's good to take it slow to start. Godspeed with the office.

God Bless everyone in this thread.


6ba8eb  No.713231

i'm sort of weirded out at the new mysteries because with three it was perfect, 150 hail mary's for 150 psalms, now what it's 200? or you're saying for germans its 250? 150 was a perfect number it matched up perfectly. i don't get it.


13669d  No.714269

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>>713231

There is no direct correlation between the Psalter and the Rosary: they're both in beaded form, that's it.

Historically, monks who did not know Latin started praying the psalter but with 150 Pater Noster for every bead.

Later, people prayed the Ave instead.

It was then divided into decades, separated by the Our Father and the Doxology.

It was only during the marian apparition of Toulouse that Our Lady asked St. Dominic to pray her Psalter (150s Ave). She then attached mysteries to the Psalter which became the Rosary as we know and pray it.

The Psalter has no mysteries and no meditations unlike the Rosary, that's the difference.

As previously stated in this thread, the Luminous mysteries date way before Vatican 2 (if that's where your getting at); when you understand the intrinsic historical evolution of the prayer there is no reason not to add them.

Think about the problems of modern day Church and the Luminous mysteries; for example, the Wedding of Cana is between a MAN and a WOMAN…

I apologize for my English. It is not my native language.

Today is Sunday and we pray the

<Glorious Mysteries


13669d  No.715934

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>Some people are so foolish that they think they can go through life without the help of the Blessed Mother. Love the Madonna and pray the rosary, for her Rosary is the weapon against the evils of the world today. All graces given by God pass through the Blessed Mother.

St. Pio of Pietrelcina

Today is Thursday and we recite the

<Luminous Mysteries


a2a3a4  No.715938

>>714269

Fun fact: if we are to take Seraphim of Serov’s Prayer Rule as being valid, the Mericle at Cena is actually included in the “passion cycle” within his group of 15. However, I feel like one should say all the mysteries in one go, as it tells the story of Mary going from a humble teenager to being the queen of all creation through the life of her son, which is sort of lost if you just focus on 5 a day.




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c96e81  No.710548[Reply]

As a homosexual christian (I oppose lgbt), I have my own struggles and problems, especially because we are all expected to be celibate unless we are married and have sex with the intention to procreate/strengthen the pair bond.

Gay men can't procreate, so they shouldn't engage in sex.

But what about chaste cohabitation? What about cuddling and kissing? It is hard to lead a solitary life with no-one to rely on, and I won't deny that I wish I could have someone to share my thought and feelings.

Be harsh if you have to be.

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5ebdf1  No.715757

>>715612

Hello Jonah


5d544e  No.715888

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aacdb4  No.715890

>>710548

>homosexual

>christian

pick one


0a4667  No.715892

>>710555

>I feel very lone

Deny your "feelings". Nobody cares how you feel and neither should you. Do what is right instead of what makes you feel good.


5aa847  No.715933

Please don’t take this the wrong way, but you should do the same thing a Pedophile or a Zoophile should do: pray that your affliction goes away, and understand that more likely then not any man you want to have a relationship with will probably want to have sex with you. It’s a dangerous thing, but God is with you. Keep strong, and if you are able, try living a solitary life in nature.




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e862e3  No.715551[Reply]

What are your thoughts on fascism/the third position ?. Especially clerical fascism

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0648d0  No.715899

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>>715841

>being pro-Jew


36d2aa  No.715917

>>715899

Remember how i said minorities, plural?

Including handicaped folk, and other undesirables?

They could have been literally anything.

Having to fear repression for calling certain gov. policies non-christian is North Korea-tier, and is even more insidious than outright banning the faith.

Given all 3 Churches got affected by it, it's clear it's incompatible with our religion.


cc2da8  No.715920

>>715899

Upholding secular law higher than divine law is more Jewish than anything. If you wondering why a lot of is here don’t subscribe to the political boards here, it’s because you put the laws of man above the laws of God.


0648d0  No.715927

>>715917

Right, they could also be communists or sodomites, and protecting any of them is treasonous.


7764ff  No.715963

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613606  No.715874[Reply]

Do Christians have an obligation to take the money they spend on luxury goods and give it to charities which will use it to save lives?

1c45a7  No.715886

>>715874

>obligation

>charities


3bb20c  No.715889

Yes and no.

Yes you should give your money to the poor, especially your superflous money.

But you shouldn't trust modern charity organisations, NOT AT ALL.

Go down your street, find someone iving in poverty and buy him something to eat.

Edit : Unless those are loca small organisation but be careful


497221  No.715926

>>715886

This. Do charity work instead of donating money.




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acea8b  No.715473[Reply]

What do? I feel I have some responsibility to get them right with God. Especially my young siblings.

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72d869  No.715583

>>715521

Wow, not only is it anime, but the original is satanic in origin. Monasteryicons performs rituals on their “””icons”””. Absolute sinposting.


649064  No.715588

>>715503

Not OP but does being commanded to preach the gospel and proselytize mean we should try to reason with others or is it just a waste of time compared to prayer? polite sage


c6a538  No.715882

>>715474

Definitely this.

Also, let the Light of Jesus Christ shine through you, be a living sacrifice and testimony.


e5f888  No.715911

>>715521

Improvement, but the hands are still mismatched and a jarring transition


0d9ba8  No.715922

>>715521

If you want more people here to have good opinions on anime, you’re certainly not getting anything done.




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