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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?

File: 2899aade3edbb11⋯.png (617.88 KB, 600x1594, 300:797, victory.png)

416c3c  No.553707

New meme thread because the old one is autosaging, starting with a request: I need the exploitable 8ch logo, have this crop in return

145fe9  No.787534

>>787478

Me


1dc4db  No.787814

File: f0f835b0e442ac6⋯.png (566.39 KB, 936x471, 312:157, CatholicIQ.PNG)

>>769473

Our rival highschool was named after Newman


419125  No.788144

>>769473

>Implying the nerds at /christian/ don't know the difference

>>787814

Got 170


2b0b7c  No.788543

File: 96e6210333e53d7⋯.png (1.74 MB, 800x1024, 25:32, 4ef7c888198db39f4471f9ee23….png)

>>779434

>>774374

fixed


4d5a5a  No.788836

File: 8f4e79c2a39f6a7⋯.gif (405.56 KB, 450x379, 450:379, based enrico.gif)

File: ea3b71720d6ea71⋯.jpg (123.45 KB, 1440x1198, 720:599, revenge of the latins.jpg)


bbe14d  No.788848

>>788836

This is why I love the internet

It's beautiful


0fcbd1  No.789208

>>781851

1.)Oral tradition has the content as the written tradition, the difference it the deliverance methodology.

2.)It doesn't need to because sola scriptura is about what are sole measurement of doctrines for the church, and the papists church played a minimal role in the biblical canon. Heck, even Luther opponents didn't believed the apocryphal book were canonized.

3.) Now this is just disingenuous. The Vatican only, officially interpreted less than 20 verses! (not to mention that many are paradoxical in context) and as long as they doesn't counteracts said verses, apologists/priests can use their own interpretation for the rest of the bible. But when protestants can demonstrate the ancient meaning that a big no no!

Oh, and let's not forget that everyone post-Origen accepted the Alexandrian method of interpretation, which proves that there was not secret spoken tradition pass through only the most loyal bishop-just baloney. Even if there was such a thing, the closest that could've existed by Papias was universally rejected as an apostolic beacon of tradition for the church


fa151c  No.789429

File: 7d60a70b6d4c313⋯.png (1 MB, 1024x1024, 1:1, 7d60a70b6d4c3138350fd53a15….png)

>>758739


0c76ff  No.789633

File: a349db264cb823c⋯.jpeg (30.18 KB, 880x480, 11:6, 702BFE50-D843-445E-882B-4….jpeg)

Sal doesn’t have an actual way to make good Christian memes, so he uses 8chan’s comments, which makes him tonight’s biggest loser


c4cd40  No.789697

File: 4bfa53540ec2404⋯.jpg (129.12 KB, 800x527, 800:527, 20190329_091745.jpg)


e8ca47  No.789914

File: def073c730ef4ee⋯.jpg (207.11 KB, 1190x1270, 119:127, chart_cath.jpg)


a0f8f5  No.789916

>>789914

>Chaotic Good

kek, is that OC?


0c76ff  No.790028

File: 1e0785d7cf9a258⋯.jpeg (18.4 KB, 320x211, 320:211, 97AE5C12-7719-41E4-89A5-3….jpeg)

When you realize that the more memes you post on this thread, the more old ones get deleted


0c76ff  No.790030

File: 6eafb772cf59529⋯.jpeg (63.09 KB, 499x290, 499:290, 738EAF8B-93FA-4565-9970-6….jpeg)

>>790028

But then you realize that the old memes getting deleted means that newer and better ones can be made


ab1d3c  No.790071

>>790028

They'll get reposted eventually.


7ba92f  No.790528

File: 6dd12cec561f374⋯.jpg (96.61 KB, 680x798, 340:399, tfw no Béatrice gf.jpg)


9101fb  No.790532

>>762255

>>762635

First of all, its not heresy if it's personal opinion and hope rather than a thing you want to autistically force upon others (because they have completely different connotations and implications) and most of the forms of apocatastasis that were condemned were specific forms such as Origenism not because of apokatastasis as it is, but the means and reasons behind it, such as either transmigrations of souls and bizarre teachings about resurrection (ex: Origenists thought, how I remember at least and correct me if I am wrong, that rather than post-resurrection mankind having bodies with spiritual-like qualities, it would actually be literally spiritual...plus spherical with all things).

Or are you one of those people who mistake apokatastasis with the fact that Orthodox dont think about heaven as a golden tesseract city or hell as a prison with lava? Because in most cases it is so from my experience and I still dont get why do people mix up the two, while they arent related in the first place.


145fe9  No.790650

>>790528

That's fantastic, you win


e8ca47  No.790794

File: 99eb43eef607c69⋯.webm (7.09 MB, 352x264, 4:3, Bishop_Williamson_on_Inqu….webm)


e8ca47  No.790802

File: 955a2c2244a5a2f⋯.webm (4.2 MB, 176x320, 11:20, Bishop Williamson explain….webm)

>>790794

We live in, dare I say it, a society


145fe9  No.791082


0c76ff  No.791088

File: c8b4d4313745c23⋯.jpeg (109.86 KB, 500x342, 250:171, 4D54B35D-7165-43F7-92AA-B….jpeg)

When you look at the total number of people on r/Christianity vs the number of people on here


115b61  No.791291

>>791088

No I don't want shills here


6147b1  No.791297

>>790030

>>790030

I wish these normalfag memes would get deleted


0c76ff  No.791299

>>791297

So I take it that you’re a dc fan?


6147b1  No.791308

>>791299

>liking any capeshit

Back to reddit with you.


da8c07  No.791309

>>772336

Song is by Adrian von Ziegler.


0c76ff  No.791923

>>791308

So yes, you are a dc fan


145fe9  No.793233

File: 995b4070b4051bb⋯.jpg (76.33 KB, 564x622, 282:311, 1471445446278.jpg)

repost from /philosophy/


450b38  No.793239

>>791088

>talking about reddit

>wanting to be more like reddit

>posting shitty memes

Yikes


1fc4aa  No.794101

>>761911

this one made me kek. we need more of this, Atheism is such a MEME. "I love winnie the pooh science! If it wasn't for science we would have been 1000 years more advanced... because Family Guy said so"


8a3c1f  No.794125

File: e3ba54df53f931f⋯.png (169.66 KB, 532x623, 76:89, 2019_04_05_081221.png)

File: 2c02c30af4c1b6c⋯.png (55.4 KB, 800x450, 16:9, 2019_03_23_022819.png)

File: ae47ab692bc45e1⋯.png (66.16 KB, 350x350, 1:1, 2019_02_08_064816.png)

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File: bed380069afef3c⋯.png (206.08 KB, 648x595, 648:595, 2019_02_07_075901.png)

The demon wojak collection


115b61  No.794150

>>794125

What's redhat got to do with demons though


a90bfe  No.794157

>>794150

It's a fedora. If you don't get that reference than you just outted yourself as a newfriend.


115b61  No.794162

>>794157

It's redhat though not fedora. I would know I run it. The fedora meme is a cropped real black fedora


78ffc8  No.794188

>>794157

redhat is a company, that is the company's logo


a5af90  No.794190

>>794188

It's literally a fedora though.


c9808c  No.794228

>>772926

I also think you meant no disrespect. Sometimes we get too enthusiastic when it comes to memes. However I also go tthe feeling it is blasphemous. Not by intent, no doubt. But if I were you I would go confess that. Like...when we stand before God...I would not like to explain "hey...it was just a meme though" or would you? I understand that in this age everything is a meme material since no values are considered absolute by majority of people and the world turns into madness and we already see the abyss. We should however not make such memes about our Savior.

>If Gondola is an artistic expression of humanity, albeit a quirky cartoon one, should we exclude Christ from it?

In me...the Gondola always evokes ridicule, laughter, etc. It is a joke...I would not associate Christ with that.


c9808c  No.794229

>>784713

Kek. I played that game. Good meme.

>>772926

that being said the crusader gondola was great.


48d9ed  No.794438

>>794124

Ye's nondenom tho.


d8576b  No.794495

>>794150

>what do the people who ruined linux have to do with demons


86ad30  No.794538

>>794495

You people are thinking too hard about this. It's a fedora. Coincidentally the fedora used was red. It could have been rainbow colored and it would still be a fedora.

Besides, red looks better as it has a "diabolical" connotation to it, as the devil and demons popularly are known to have red skin.


d8576b  No.794540

>>794538

I'm just saying, any good /tech/nician would wholeheartedly approve of RedHat being used to represent pure evil.


115b61  No.794553

>>794540

Redhat barely hits the scale when it comes to evil in tech. You're arguing for the sake of it.


1c180a  No.794680

File: 8e82e50b92afe27⋯.png (151.03 KB, 938x443, 938:443, smugie.png)


d665e2  No.794685

>>794680

do lutherans actually say this? it`s pretty confusing


145fe9  No.794702

>>794685

Not because he believed so, I think it was early 16th century bait-posting. But Luther was crass anyway, always keen to emphasize the scatological nature of the German swear words. I won't repeat the things Luther is reputed to have said here.


8a3c1f  No.794706

File: 38b9179fe72610c⋯.jpg (25.35 KB, 559x263, 559:263, unnamed (1).jpg)

File: d80a0095cd24b80⋯.jpg (23.11 KB, 480x360, 4:3, hqdefault (1).jpg)

>>794685

He did, but the common defense is

>it's just a prank bro

Which is not a very good defense when you call the Son of God a sinner


1c180a  No.794707

>>794685

They say the Bible is the word of God because the Bible says it is the word of God, which is an absurd point because there needs to be some sort of endorsement on Gods part to confirm its correct.


53568d  No.794715

>>794707

If Jesus Christ Himself appeared before you and spoke to you, would you refuse Him and say "I'm sorry but there needs to be some endorsement on God's part to confirm what you're saying is correct"?


1c180a  No.794723

>>794715

>Strawmanning

Yea if someone comes to me and claims to literally be God, I'm going to ask for a sign, you know the same thing that happened in the Bible.


321605  No.794807

>>794723

An evil and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign


522b0a  No.794808

>>781851

>1

Yes it does. In Mark 7 Jesus rebukes the Jews for nit following the Bibke and instead following the tradition of the elders.

>2

The Holy Ghost tells you. How would the catholics then decide which ones should be then if not by the HG? Just guess?

>3

So? What would make the catholic church's interpretation better?


42ef94  No.794814

>>794808

>Yes it does. In Mark 7 Jesus rebukes the Jews for nit following the Bibke and instead following the tradition of the elders.

The Gospel wasn't even written yet, following your logic, we should be holding only the Old Testament as Scripture.

>The Holy Ghost tells you. How would the catholics then decide which ones should be then if not by the HG? Just guess?

The Holy Ghost tells you via the Church, not by your lonesome.

>So? What would make the catholic church's interpretation better?

See 2., the Holy Ghost invested its authority into the Church. The Gospel you know was canonized by the Church you rejected.


1c180a  No.794815

File: d64167b6f807905⋯.png (175.39 KB, 339x292, 339:292, 44b5f3e226b9eafd8697f61f09….png)

>>794807

>Jesus didn't walk around and heal people, cast out demons

Going to just assume your baiting at this point


522b0a  No.794818

File: 1756ad1ab77f501⋯.png (850.15 KB, 977x626, 977:626, 80EE176C-A252-41C3-8B0E-39….png)

>>794814

>1

That's my point. Paul said that to the Thessalonians because not the whole Bible was written yet, now it is. And Jesus rebuked the Jews gor doing exactly what the catholics now do

>2 & 3

But the anointing which ye have received of him abideth in you, and ye need not that any man teach you: but as the same anointing teacheth you of all things, and is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in him.

>ye need not that any man teach you

That would include the guys wearing funny hats

Now your going to tell me I need a man to interpret that verse


522b0a  No.794819

>>794815

If you need a sign to know if it's Jesus or not than you're a jew

For the Jews require a sign, and the Greeks seek after wisdom: But we preach Christ crucified, unto the Jews a stumblingblock, and unto the Greeks foolishness;


42ef94  No.794822

>>794818

>Now your going to tell me I need a man to interpret that verse

You need an Apostle, just as the Eunuch did. Refute all authority to your risk.


e675f5  No.794829

>>794822

Both the Catholics and the Orthodox have stretched scripture to the breaking point in order to engage in backwards rationalization of many of their unbiblical doctrines. Which puts a bit of a damper on the the "appeal to authority" argument you are trying to make.


42ef94  No.794840

>>794829

>Both the Catholics and the Orthodox have stretched scripture to the breaking point

Complete nonsense. Protestants have no answer for the Apostles being given "all authority to bind and loosen on Heaven and Earth", and even much less explanation for the "Keys" and the "Promise" given to St. Peter alone.

If there was no physical Church, then there is no way to exercise the authority, nor is there any way to know whether or not Hell has conquered any Church.

.

.


65b4b4  No.794842

>>794840

The keys were given to Peter and it dies with Peter.

There's no evidence Rome is the Church.


42ef94  No.794843

>>794842

>The keys were given to Peter and it dies with Peter.

Prove it. With Scripture. When Judas left the Apostles, he was replaced. If Matthias would not share in the authority, then Scripture would have said so. Christ gives authority, and you say He did not. Christ built a Church, and you say there is no Church.

>There's no evidence Rome is the Church.

There is 2,000 years worth of evidence and St. Peter alone, of all the Apostles, was given this promise.


65b4b4  No.794845

>>794843

>Prove it. With Scripture.

>And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.

No where does it say the church has Peter's keys.

>If Matthias would not share in the authority, then Scripture would have said so.

Authority is to be given, not ASSUMED.

>There is 2,000 years worth of evidence

We only need once, and please prove it.


b1aeec  No.794848

>>794845

You are right. Authority is given, just like how Jesus gave the keys to the House of David to St. Peter. Who gave it to his successors after him, so on and so forth.


65b4b4  No.794857

>>794848

And yet again, you fail to provide evidence where Peter gives his keys to ANYONE else.

And he was executed, thus the keys die with him.


42ef94  No.794864

>>794857

It's part of the position, nobody in the Early Church has ever said the Seat of Peter disappeared, in fact, nobody every thought any created Seat was "disappeared".

If they Keys died with Peter, then the Church died with Peter.

Your teaching is an innovation, as always.


65b4b4  No.794879

>>794864

I still see no scriptures.

The early Church does not speak for Peter.

Peter speaks for Peter, and Peter himself dies.

>then the Church died with Peter.

Historical truth. Peter gave no else the keys.


d8a772  No.794892

>>794553

SystemD is at least as evil as google though.


b1aeec  No.794895

>>794879

>is literally calling Christ a liar

The absolute state of protestantism.


42ef94  No.794896

>>794879

>I still see no scriptures.

You need to provide evidence that the Keys or the Apostleship died with either Peter or the rest. You have no proof, seeing as Matthias replaced Judas, neither do you have any Scripture to show that was given to the World was to die with the World.

You're an enemy of Christ's Church, there is no worse thing I could wish for you.

>Peter speaks for Peter, and Peter himself dies.

Which is nowhere in Scripture, nor taught by anyone, not even thought up by anyone.

>Peter gave no else the keys.

It's not his to give. Funny thought; no Pope can relinquish the Papacy, the Papal Seat was created by Christ Himself, no Pope, nor even the Church can end this appointment.


42ef94  No.794897

>>794896

>no Pope can relinquish the Papacy

and by this, I mean destroy the Papal Seat, if we speak merely giving up the Seat, it must be replaced :)


65b4b4  No.794904

>>794895

Where did I call Christ a lie?

>>794896

>You need to provide evidence that the Keys or the Apostleship died with either Peter or the rest.

You need to give evidences where Peter gives the keys to anyone else, I can provide evidences Peter is dead.

>Which is nowhere in Scripture, nor taught by anyone, not even thought up by anyone.

I haven't seen a single scriptural evidence that shows the Church can speak for the dead.

>It's not his to give.

Jesus gave it to him.

>no Pope can relinquish the Papacy

Who? Did Peter give his keys to any man?

Nope.


65b4b4  No.794906

>>794897

It's not his seat.

The seat belongs to Peter, who is dead and dust.


42ef94  No.794932

>>794906

>>794904

10 Weep for the dead, for his light hath failed: and weep for the fool, for his understanding faileth.

11 Weep but a little for the dead, for he is at rest.

12 For the wicked life of a wicked fool is worse than death.


695908  No.794933

>>794932

Amen, amen, but that is no argument.


42ef94  No.794935

>>794933

Who can argue with a fool? No one has ever thought or even taught that the "Keys" died with Peter, nor that the authority died with the Apostles. Not even the heretics of their day, the gnostics whom St. John had to contend with put this forward.

If this anon's argument was right, then the Church has fallen, and Christ lied. Would God ever build a Church that only lasted a generation? Foolish, truly foolish. Not worth my time, and doubly so when even the Scripture advises me to turn away.


695908  No.794939

>>794935

Nope, it makes perfect sense.

Christ said hell would not prevail against the church, as Peter dies, he brings back the keys to heaven, thus preventing it from ever being fallen to hell.

The mortals can squabble among themselves, but the church is finished as soon as Peter got executed and decided to not pass on the keys.


42ef94  No.794943

>>794939

>as Peter dies, he brings back the keys to heaven, thus preventing it from ever being fallen to hell.

Your fan-fiction is sacrilegious.


695908  No.794946

>>794943

Amen, amen, but it is scriptural that Peter goes into heaven and heaven is a separate place than hell.

Christ didn't lie.


42ef94  No.794957

>>794946

If the keys to the kingdom departed this world, then the gates to the kingdom will remain forever closed. You're beyond all logic, there is no way to reason with you. You've said this before, and you just repeat yourself over and over and over, I pray one day you'll stop.


695908  No.794962

>>794957

Correct.

Christ didn't say he would open heaven forever. But the death of Peter makes it impossible for hell to prevail against the church.


b307b2  No.795032

File: 4880d49b98754d5⋯.jpg (17.59 KB, 194x259, 194:259, download (15).jpg)

File: 724e814dff64fed⋯.jpg (28.23 KB, 213x320, 213:320, vdpoajldyv7ile0s_bmfunjeti….jpg)

File: 0fb9e321b5e4ad0⋯.jpg (17.92 KB, 236x297, 236:297, 97ed5ba509b783aea93129d8bb….jpg)

Here are some fun memes to hopefully get this thread back on track


145fe9  No.795116

>>795032

Those are awful, they make my eyes bleed


145fe9  No.795117

File: d477838e750c7e4⋯.png (514.34 KB, 1838x446, 919:223, Screen Shot 2019-04-11 at ….png)

Now this is funny


8a3c1f  No.795135

>>795116

You're welcome. Now make better memes for the thread.


0c76ff  No.795190

File: fdb2aa9a3fa6c18⋯.png (59.92 KB, 500x300, 5:3, 5F899EB4-884F-4F0B-B0B7-1A….png)

When mods see a Protestant express their opinion

If I get banned…


2d1f8a  No.795194

>>795190

…everything's right with the board


3b269f  No.795981

File: 26e788af34d411f⋯.png (92.23 KB, 662x589, 662:589, IMissYouAll.png)


3b8117  No.796111

>>794685

No.

http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2005/12/luther-said-christ-committed-adultery.html

Don't believe anything Catholics say or claim about Martin Luther. It's all bullshit. Even atheists don't misrepresent the Bible as badly as Catholics misrepresent Luther. I don't think the majority of them are dishonest, I think they just hear these things form other Catholics who heard them from other Catholics and so on in a five hundred year long game of telephone and they just run with everything without stopping to consider whether or not what they've been told is actually true.


145fe9  No.796119

>>796111

Makes sense, so he was talking about how the world reproached Christ for drunkenness and adultery, and Luther was just giving a plausible reading of a situation in the Bible


42ef94  No.796213

>>796111

I've never heard of this claim before and I am Catholic.


e1d1f4  No.796221

>>773260

>the future of Christianity is in Africa


1fc4aa  No.799141

Can someone post the Catholic iceberg chart and describe how accurate it is?


e8ca47  No.799149

File: bac32746839cdd2⋯.jpg (506.29 KB, 1446x2048, 723:1024, iceberg.jpg)


80f3df  No.799152

>>799149

>last one

not even christian at this point kek


1fc4aa  No.799153

>>799149

No, there is another one, more elaborate and references Catholic doctrine.


e5926f  No.799229

>>794906

Actually they have some of his bone fragments in the vatican, they aren't dust yet.


1fc4aa  No.799526

File: 60c0910bd9fd4d0⋯.png (1.04 MB, 936x3000, 39:125, iudylzctewa21.png)

>>799149

>>799141

Found it. After four days of searching I finally found it.


ab0ec3  No.799779

File: 8019a5dadd6765a⋯.jpg (27.14 KB, 467x322, 467:322, 8019a5dadd6765a5ed8e74ec06….jpg)

>>799149

>Martin Luther was a papist psyop


fc27b3  No.799821

File: 4936a8fff48e932⋯.gif (88.51 KB, 498x416, 249:208, tenor.gif)

>>799526

>disgusted by sins but still sins


58497d  No.799824

File: e5854ff9c541bc9⋯.jpg (315.93 KB, 1051x1174, 1051:1174, subir-hasta-la-cumbre-del-….jpg)

>>799141

For myself is HIGHLY accurate, 90% for me and I'm in level 3. I share some things with level 4 but the ascension showed in the pic is certainly a virtuous one.

Pic attached is St John of the cross ascent of mount Carmel (a mix of Latin and Spanish, central way is "the narrow way of perfection") A meme of the XVI century

>>799526

And thanks for your work


2f5b8b  No.799864

File: 7c33a8a8d7f94f7⋯.png (526.09 KB, 1200x1154, 600:577, sola.png)

Anybody have that post about Jewish corpse radiation (limited range horizontally, but unlimited range vertically)?


e5926f  No.799918

>>799526

This is incredibly accurate.

t. level 4.1


1fc4aa  No.800085

>>799918

So you're pretty much a Catholic Doomer?


1b9abd  No.801165

File: 39f17c5e39cc4c9⋯.png (461.68 KB, 696x393, 232:131, va merda hic iterum imus.png)


968d55  No.801258

>>773538

I dont know what lutheran church you're talking about, but I know that in the LCMS the official position is that it is Gods body completely, and also bread completely at the same time


9b076a  No.801261

>>800085

The jump past four is full of frequent habits. My wife was a 5-6 for a while last year but it's difficult to keep up with an infant. I go to confession ~2x a month though


ab0ec3  No.801372

>>801165

I don't know if the "va merda" part is accurate for Latin but I still rate it 8/10.


9daa82  No.801488

File: 6ac87c1fa3fe252⋯.png (714.35 KB, 780x921, 260:307, twosensibilities2.png)

>>801481

corrected the part with "antéchrist", I think you call it antichrist in english


b55379  No.801494

>>801481

>>801488

Lefties can't meme, the outcome is sad every time.


9daa82  No.801498

>>801494

>Lefties

how ?


145fe9  No.801653

>>801494

Not everything is political m8


9daa82  No.801666

>>801653

Indeed,

I could have understand the one criticizing my meme was catholic because he was mad at me for going after the pope.

But now I understand he is not orthodox (he can be a catholic or a protie) for a different reason, because he is like the pope in my meme : not spiritual and worldly.

What is leftist is wanting the world to be perfect (egalitarianism, utopia) and only thinking about it, what is traditional is putting the spiritual, and sanctification, above all.


128dee  No.801672

>>801488

Bruh, the office of the pope is the antichrist you speak of


60a77a  No.801677

>>801488

Can't you at least call him Francis?


a98234  No.801932

File: 90fb42791e8943a⋯.jpg (230.48 KB, 1024x1008, 64:63, salafi2-1.jpg)


49ca21  No.801935

>>801932

>buying too much beer lately

>replays old video games from 2000's

>tried seeking knowledge, tried fashion, tried lifting

literally me


7abb8c  No.801939

File: 153f30404b0f00c⋯.jpg (66.83 KB, 459x720, 51:80, 153f30404b0f00c95d3fe0fddc….jpg)

File: 78fb1b7f5968897⋯.jpg (536.78 KB, 450x720, 5:8, 78fb1b7f5968897c79d3734648….jpg)

o r t h o s t h e t i c


ab0ec3  No.801940

File: c7bf36752244e16⋯.jpg (4.3 KB, 251x241, 251:241, My face is smiling but I'm….jpg)

>>801932

>Has no problem attracting secular women who hate everything he believes in


9929f6  No.801942

>>801939

That second is a picture of Odin and his ravens isnt it?


7abb8c  No.801943

>>801942

Pretty sure it's supposed to be a monk with a long beard. Isn't Odin usually depicted as a warrior with a horned helmet and stuff?


13e2f3  No.801946

>>793233

>Rand

>Evil

No.


5ddaf6  No.801949


5ddaf6  No.801954

>>801946

>Jewish anarcho-feminist

>hates Christianity

>evil

What an evil witch.


13e2f3  No.801983

>>801954

>>Jewish anarcho-feminist

>>hates Christianity

Is that true?


00ba1e  No.801996

>>801983

Wasn't Ayn Rand that said, "i am against God and religion. I regard it as evil"


b20993  No.801997


b20993  No.801998

File: 1105785a23053b9⋯.png (640.28 KB, 854x877, 854:877, 2shGb5e.png)

>>801997

Forgot the image


130759  No.802001

>>801932

winnie the pooh this is me. Less the lifting try and bear part.

I need to know the one who made this, or others like this. My steam is "duguesclin" or "no one"


5303fc  No.802004

>>801932

kek pretty much me as well.

Night walking sounds pleasant, sure I could get some good prayer in whilst doing so.


d218a1  No.802155

>>801932

Heh

>tried seeking knowledge

I'm still doing it

All me except beer, music and videogames


a9a915  No.802156

>>801943

Nah, he's an one eyed dude with raven pets. Honestly, the image is so blurry even I confused him with an Orthodox monk.


583963  No.802294

File: dc96bfed4bda1f2⋯.jpeg (64.26 KB, 792x560, 99:70, capital_controls_exorcism….jpeg)

Why are you guys so opposed to capital control?


0b0a43  No.802469

File: 3dacea4d1828835⋯.png (320.36 KB, 957x728, 957:728, LoveThem.png)

What have you done to Doctor Eugene Michael Jones you bunch of /pol/ meanies ?!?


86ad30  No.802474

>>802294

Depends on the capital control used and who is usuing it. For the most part, less capital controls the better.


2d1f8a  No.802484

>>802474

>t. jew


8c1dfa  No.802489

>>802484

>t. Economically illiterate leftist


0903c2  No.802491

>>802294

I'm not. I'm a free market libertarian (inb4 that illiterate cuck who doesn't know the difference between libertarian and libertine shows up). Look at the economic model of Leviticus and tell me it's not (mostly) free market. Sure there were taxes, but there were no laws determining who made money. The primary restricting factor was the law against usury, which was good.


057b89  No.802497

>>801932

holy shit


60a77a  No.802531

>>802491

Usury was a mistake.


686745  No.802539

>>801932

Close but no cigar for me. I love alcohol, have practically stopped playing videogames, and usually I'm one of the last to leave church. The rest is too close for comfort though.


145fe9  No.802885

>>801932

I don't think it's that accurate, I'll praise the using of metaphysics to gauge politics, but I hang out late at church, and I would only listen to music like that if you paid me


fc6826  No.803019

File: 52b14ef2af740be⋯.png (82.62 KB, 1548x856, 387:214, flag meme.png)


35baed  No.803044

File: 638373bf7d5332b⋯.jpg (10.81 KB, 283x381, 283:381, 49209716_1964525430335174_….jpg)

>>803019

tfw you spot a novus ordo


7abb8c  No.803045

File: 1b8c963edd0fb1a⋯.png (74.77 KB, 259x194, 259:194, Modern pagans.png)

File: 6d53679d44a0f87⋯.png (53.07 KB, 213x313, 213:313, paganball.png)


68386c  No.803174

>>803019

>Turk-posting continues

It's been far too long


2161fb  No.803183

File: 228b6bc25cfed78⋯.jpeg (46.45 KB, 480x360, 4:3, A0728B20-3C3A-49CB-8F4D-4….jpeg)


145fe9  No.803223

>>801372

Merda is legit, Va I've never heard, but could be. Better would be the vocative "O merda" but I suspect that Va is a good bit of vulgar Latin which works with a GTA meme.

Merda means bird shit in classical Latin, it was only later in the imperial period that it became a universal term for excrement. Since religious significance was attached to the flight of birds through the practice of augury, bird shit has the connotations of a bad omen, a shitty situation etc. so saying Merda began to pack more punch than words like stercus (dung), excrementum, or faeces (which just means dregs, not feces per se). So merda is good, recognizable street latin


145fe9  No.803228

>>801165

Really a better version would be, "imus" means "we went"

"Ah Merda, adeo hic iterimus"

iterum is more correct, but iterimus is more vulgar, people used to embellish the ends of words to sound fancier, which slowly destroyed Latin and resulted in romance languages.


0ac9be  No.803229

>>803019

SSPX aren't sedes, they are in irregular communion with Rome and as I understand it from an episode of TNT they are trying to actively work towards being in full communion.


145fe9  No.803274

>>803228

Sorry, ignore this, I forgot it's "here we go again" not "here I go again"


404855  No.803304

File: 390c17a99856e2f⋯.png (705.43 KB, 798x871, 798:871, Richard Deus Vult Dawkins.png)


60a77a  No.803311

>>803304

I don't like him, even if he's mellowing into "cultural christianity".


e8baf8  No.803370

>>803304

How much butthurt would there be if he converted?


636fc5  No.803371

>>803304

Dawkins is a clown, not many even in academia take him seriously. Just his lame fedora audience.

He helped create the vacuum that allowed Muslims to come in and take over. These are the fruits of atheism. He is as guilty as they are. I pray he repents and ends his blasphemy denying God.


8c1dfa  No.803376

>>803371

The fedora salt from Dawkins converting would be more epic than the liberal salt from the 2016 election.


bbf61c  No.803386

>>803304

IIRC he spent a lot of time in the UK shilling for Ielam for whatever reason, so dont think he coming to Christ anytime soon.


60a77a  No.803399

>>803304

>>803371

>>803386

>Or is that just my cultural upbringing?

Maybe he's signalling his rejection of the way he was raised so as to better accept Islam?


404855  No.803501

File: 545a62611a48c8e⋯.jpg (20.39 KB, 371x237, 371:237, dawkins-on-christianity-ag….jpg)


59cdbf  No.803504

>>803370

For I tell you: there shall be much more salt mining if a top fedora converts than if a hundred Trumps were to be elected as POTUS.


61a8c2  No.803507

>>803304

>>803376

>>803386

>>803399

>>803501

Fun thing is, after going on how any sort of religion is worse than 10 Hitlers, and there's no difference between them, he's now a bit desperate.

His secular pals consider him too racist and islamophobic now, and the religious audience isn't suddenly crowning him their greatest ally for admiting the basic fact that there's an actual difference between a random church charity baking charity drive, and Petro-islam radicalized first world immigrant Salafis.


60a77a  No.803541

>>803501

He certainly took his time to see the merits of christian ethic. Silly man, how much damage has he done through the years?

>>803507

>he's now a bit desperate

I remember that talk on memes he made that ended with a video of noisy, colorful random shit that you can tell he meant to become viral. It didn't. Dawkins was never that clever, only masked it by criticizing religion.


8c1727  No.803729

File: cf9a12fd4687e07⋯.gif (1008.6 KB, 500x208, 125:52, max.gif)


145fe9  No.803747

>>803501

Poor fool


59cdbf  No.803762

>>803731

I honestly feel sorry for these /pol/lacks.


238e49  No.803764

>>803501

>Atheist Richard Dawkins has admitted he is a “cultural Anglican” and believes it is important to educate people in the Bible so they understand history.

With considering the Bible it all starts, his conversion is only a matter of time now. Born in 1941 he gets closer to death now and exactly there people usually convert. He feels, he needs Jesus to get saved.

>>803541

>He certainly took his time to see the merits of christian ethic. Silly man, how much damage has he done through the years?

Christianity did the damage to itself. People only listen to fedoras, if they don't experience the living God.


238e49  No.803766

>>803731

Beside this being a classical false flag troll, I wouldn't consider the opinion of anyone, who considers porn use as appropriate.

So in the end it doesn't matter which kind of feces you roll in and how you like them smell. You are still a full of feces.


3b2442  No.803788

File: 5794d524ecd9e6e⋯.jpg (447.28 KB, 1261x1291, 1261:1291, CE2249B548814BC888582C13CA….jpg)

>quippe ex voluntate perversa facta est libido, et dum servitur libidini, facta est consuetudo, et dum consuetudini non resistitur, facta est necessitas.

>https://vocaroo.com/i/s1AnU6wRz5Oe

>mfw


60a77a  No.803814

>>803764

> People only listen to fedoras, if they don't experience the living God.

Are you saying I haven't been a good enough christian so as to be an example?


145fe9  No.803870

>>803814

>Are you saying I haven't been a good enough christian so as to be an example?

I think the message to take from anon's remark is that Christianity has suffered from collective sins, you are taking as personal what is impersonal


60a77a  No.803957

>>803870

I wasn't offended or anything like that. I did take it personally. Looking inward to what one does or doesn't is the best solution when pondering the state of the world.


dfa911  No.804213

File: e9767fbd607a10b⋯.gif (405.7 KB, 961x631, 961:631, Kanye.gif)


58fcf4  No.804270

>>801983

She tried to get Murray Rothbard, who as also an atheist jew, to divorce his Christian wife, but he told her to winnie the pooh off, and he said Rand secretly held very different views to the ones she popularized.


fc6826  No.804305

File: 8b43eeb9ed56438⋯.png (37.33 KB, 364x838, 182:419, ortho obsession.png)


13e2f3  No.804309

>>803501

He isn't pro-Christian, he just also happens to be anti-Islam too (unlike a lot of popular secularists). Stephan Molenxye (I don't know how to spell his name, the 'Not an argument' guy) said something like 'It's not that I agree with Christians, but right now we have to both deal with the guy threatening to blow up the whole court before we can go back to playing tennis (referring to debating Christianity). This was like 3 years ago though, I don't know how much he's changed.


5c62eb  No.804318

>>790794

"The rotten English protestants"

lost it


4daa5f  No.804321

>>804305

im on to your tricks, discord spy

which cord are you on


3b269f  No.804324

File: 84b7427c04dfcc9⋯.png (30.17 KB, 364x838, 182:419, FeedYourKids.png)


115b61  No.804327

>>804324

Spoonfeed me please


15754e  No.804627

>>804324

Children aren't allowed full participation in the Sacraments in the Ultramonatist Church. The Orthodox permits even infants to receive communion as it has since it was founded by Christ. The Catholics flipped on this issue in a spirit of scrupulousness. Their adult laity are also denied the Blood of Christ.


4daa5f  No.804630

>>804324

Me as the Orthodox Christian


076473  No.804631

File: c8ec3e00b478cc9⋯.jpeg (280.52 KB, 750x718, 375:359, 353BB6A8-3D41-4F9B-AD17-0….jpeg)

>>804627

>flesh doesn’t have blood in it


15754e  No.804656

>>804631

Really begs the question of why Christ even bothered with the Blood part at the Last Supper doesn't it?


25591a  No.804662

>>778041

>Proverbs 9:10

>The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom


115b61  No.804706

>>804627

The precious blood is offered though


86ad30  No.804710

>>804656

Just like how wine brings joy to a man's heart, the blood of Christ brings joy to a man's soul. The flesh already contains the blood of Christ in it. Thus it is redundant to drink the blood, though it still profits your soul to do so.

The reason why some masses don't serve the blood is because:

1. God forbid a klutz accidentally spill the blood on his/her clothes or the carpet

2. It is easier to prevent the spread of the flu and other disease when people aren't drinking from the same cup/eating from the same spoon.


fa7ae3  No.804723

>>804627

The blood is offered though, what are you on about? Some churches don't offer the blood, but a lot do.

>The Catholics flipped on this issue in a spirit of scrupulousness.

No Church teaching implies or advocates for this.


963606  No.804742

>>804710

Now show me some quotes from the Fathers that show that what you're saying has any root at all in holy tradition.

The Lord told us to "eat" and "drink". He told us that if one does not "eat His Flesh" and "drink His Blood" one cannot have eternal life. He didn't say "if you do not eat the Flesh of the Son of Man you cannot have life in you, also you can drink the Blood if you feel like it I guess". You're twisting the very words of Christ to justify a mistake that you could easily fix (and indeed that you are already fixing, although I've never seen a Roman Catholic parish offer the Blood, myself).


8c1dfa  No.804765

File: 6a55b9a12df343d⋯.jpg (137.9 KB, 960x960, 1:1, house-of-bread.jpg)

>>804742

Utraquistanon, think about it. It both the body and blood were required for salvation, what happens to those whom have a medical condition where their mouth is wired shut or have celiac disease?

Also, if you want to play the show me where in the bible game prots love to play:

Show me where in the bible where Jesus says

>You must mix both the bread and the wine in a cup in order to fully partake in my flesh.

But to hopefully quench your thirst for the truth:

The Didache

And let none eat or drink of your Eucharist but such as have been baptized into the name of the Lord, for of a truth the Lord hath said concerning this, Give not that which is holy unto dogs. ( 9:1-5)

http://www.thedidache.com

As for the early Church Fathers none say that it is the utmost necessary to have both the body and blood as it was never an issue until the Hussites (proto-prots) threw a hissy fit and murdered people over it.

Meme unrelated to utraquistism, but relevant for a meme thread


e8baf8  No.804974

File: 21b1fa6e22fd6eb⋯.jpeg (50.94 KB, 640x480, 4:3, serveimage.jpeg)

A liberal Novus Ordo crypto-Protestant jesuit professor and papist schismatic was teaching a class on Pope Gregory the "Great", known heretic.

"Before the class begins, you must get on your knees and worship the Gregorian calendar and accept that it is the greatest written work the world has ever known, even greater than the Orthodox Study Bible!"

At this moment, a brave, traditional, anti-azymite Russion Orthodox champion whose beard was 1500 meters in length and who understood the necessity of infant communion and fully supported all ecclesiastic decisions made by the Patriarch of Moscow stood up and held up a copy of the Codex Vaticanus.

"How old is this book?"

The arrogant professor smirked quite Thomistically and smugly replied "Over 2000 years, you stupid Palamite."

"Wrong. It’s been 200 years since Rome fabricated created it. The oldest copy of the New Testament is the Codex Alexandrinus, which papists deny to legitimize their heresy."

The professor was visibly shaken, and dropped his chalk and copy of Summa Theologica. He stormed out of the room crying those romish crocodile tears.

The students applauded and all joined the Russian Orthodox Church that day and accepted Moscow as the Third Rome. A double-headed eagle named "Retake Constantinople" flew into the room and perched atop the Byzantine Cross and shed a tear on the chalk. The Nicene Creed (WITHOUT the Filioque) was read several times, and Saint Seraphim Rose himself showed up and anathematized all papists as non-trinitarians.

The professor lost his tenure and was fired the next day. He died in the error of Fillioquism and was tossed into Hades until such time as the prayers of faithful Orthodox Christians could fish him out.

Za Veru, Tsarya i Ot'echestvo


eb85dd  No.805107

File: ac1b779b7d5e450⋯.png (371.3 KB, 600x739, 600:739, Monk life.png)

File: fbd9497d608e5c7⋯.jpg (56.81 KB, 753x707, 753:707, Screen jester.jpg)


352359  No.805108

File: a6e2bb51ae3cd0b⋯.png (453.96 KB, 499x575, 499:575, 1556631346826.png)


352359  No.805110

File: 113cfbe91d86005⋯.jpg (481.61 KB, 1137x2331, 379:777, 113cfbe91d86005fdde36c7d32….jpg)


352359  No.805111

File: 7ab0350866dfafe⋯.png (203.85 KB, 800x1200, 2:3, 1556187521166.png)


c689bc  No.805118

File: c5463344c5c6691⋯.jpg (115.24 KB, 1002x1001, 1002:1001, 1554132316179.jpg)

>>805111

I would rather marry a Christian of other ethnicity than a identiarian or fascist .


00ba1e  No.805121

>>805110

brainlet post


2082d2  No.805122

>>805111

I find it funny that someone thinks this is a bad thing.


145fe9  No.805140

>>805110

>>805111

Implying that we care. Sorry Hans, nobody is fighting in your 4th Reich to save apostate Europe from the ugly ugly fate that awaits it. There will be no rescue, except maybe from China if you're really unlucky. I really hope for your sake that they forgot about the boxer rebellion, but knowing them, I doubt it.

Lol maybe then those based Mongolians will save Europe; you'll be in the world's largest zoo run by the CCP. It will be called retard land and it will be 100% white and everyone will be a based ethno-nationalist. It will also be a Chinese prison camp for dissidents. But at least they'll treat the blacks worse, am I right?


a93130  No.805236


a72d80  No.805264

>>804974

>even greater than the Orthodox Study Bible

10/10


534442  No.806436

File: bf2eafc8aaca898⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 7.08 KB, 255x198, 85:66, images (23).jpg)

File: 87cd440ef55a6b6⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 30.34 KB, 300x250, 6:5, YF2GtE9eAK-8.png)

File: bebeca73c4cb0ae⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 26.06 KB, 300x250, 6:5, YF2GtE9eAK-10.png)

>>806412


59cdbf  No.806464

>>806412

Neat, my defence of lewd-free kemonos and furries made into the meme page uwu


1d27db  No.806569

>>806464

>those choice of images

>uwu

You're not helping.


59cdbf  No.806578

>>806569

No, I didn’t post any image; I just said that there are furries who are not in the fandom due to the lewd material but rather as a creative outlet. Even if I am not justifying the general progressive attitude of most of the community.


ab0ec3  No.806599

File: 35440289bb34580⋯.jpg (37.07 KB, 680x684, 170:171, 354.jpg)

>>806412

>Ywn have a qt catholic gf with nekomimi, choker and glasses

Worst part is, neither will I have any kind of gf whatsoever.


1d27db  No.806600

File: 461ccf8a65b4077⋯.jpg (14.28 KB, 240x320, 3:4, 137593505136.jpg)

>>806599

>choker


e5aae9  No.806602

File: 83d8f92be965d4c⋯.png (1.07 MB, 1361x665, 1361:665, how to interact with dragq….png)

>>806599

I'll pray for you, Anon.


2b359c  No.806604

>>805140

Being anti-white is Jewish.


e5aae9  No.806605

File: 8756e9cd5e98d2b⋯.jpg (245.8 KB, 736x977, 736:977, check mate xD.jpg)


ab0ec3  No.806629

>>806600

I know that a choker is just a way for most girls to show they take it up the arse but the accentuation of that neckline drives me wild.

>>806602

If you really want to pray for me: there's this qt girl that came over a few times at our chapel with her mom but even her mom hasn't come by anymore.

Please pray she comes over again, then at least I can ask/give her my number.


1d27db  No.806632

File: 1f595428458265f⋯.gif (3.35 MB, 300x168, 25:14, giphy.gif)

>>806629

Sounds like lust to me.


35128e  No.806725

File: 9407f96b96ac853⋯.jpg (1.95 MB, 3600x2400, 3:2, The World Offers You Comfo….jpg)


60a77a  No.806731

>>806629

>>806600

I like chokers, but I wonder if they're a collar symbol, which would mean liking them is disordered.


6e20eb  No.806762

>>806604

So is homophobia, according to some.


fbef0b  No.806765

>>806762

It is.

Everything about homosexuality (the very existence of the term itself) and everything related to it is jewish.


88410a  No.806779

>/r/ orthodox bird/protestant raven .mp4


ab0ec3  No.806789

>>806632

Is it lust if you like how it looks and accentuates a woman (genuine question tbh)?

>>806731

>I wonder if they're a collar symbol

If you mean a priestly collar then no, it has always existed as some kind of necklace/fashion item.


6e20eb  No.806795

>>806765

No, homosexuality is a proud aryan tradition.


c76c2d  No.806813

>>806795

Greek pagans were not unique in this regard. Look at the Persians or the Japanese or Mesoamericans, pretty much all pagan empires were degenerate as hell. Not surprising, as they worshipped demons.

But whilst they were degenerate, they didn't identify as "homosexuals". The idea of sexuality as an identity itself is modern, I think that's what the guy you were responding too meant.


60a77a  No.806820

>>806789

I meant more like a dog collar or fetish slave collar, that kind of thing.


6e20eb  No.806842

>>806813

Yes, I'm aware. I was talking about the act of sodomy.


d2969e  No.806849

File: 061969dbf597a02⋯.jpg (33.97 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 061.jpg)

>>806795

>proud aryan tradition.

are you one of those guys that always does damage control in /pol/ everytime the whole trap questions comes up?


6e20eb  No.806856

>>806849

No, I don't even browse /pol/ so I don't know who you're refering to. If you thought my post was pro-homo, you were wrong.


1d27db  No.806871

File: 6e4053f75f2c496⋯.png (21.75 KB, 576x176, 36:11, necklace.png)

>>806731

They were a symbol for prostitution or lesbianism according to urban dictionary. Honestly, a lot of girls who wear chokers nowadays tend to be harlots.

>>806789

Depends why you like it. If you like it because it sexually excites you then yes it is obviously lust.


ab0ec3  No.806876

>>806871

>Honestly, a lot of girls who wear chokers nowadays tend to be harlots.

Well, that's the problem too.


60a77a  No.806883

>>806871

I always thought it was a stylized submission collar. Is it wrong that I liked them believing that?


0c76ff  No.806918

>>806861

Yes, da joos were behind sola scripture, as Protestantism was their plan all along (hence why Luther was an anti- Semite!)


c61a88  No.806924

>>806871

>If you like it because it sexually excites you then yes it is obviously lust.

Is lust inside of marriage a sin? If you made your wife wear a choker or other sexy clothing around the house, would that be sinful?


e463e7  No.806925

>>806918

>(hence why Luther was an anti- Semite!)

This actually means nothing.


0c76ff  No.806969

>>806925

What do you mean?


97cee5  No.806970

File: c9d23c2549224ef⋯.png (418.05 KB, 466x670, 233:335, 1556996224962.png)

>>790802

Good to see fellow resistance here, I sometimes fear I am alone.


0c76ff  No.807004

>>807002

How and why would they benefit them?


e5aae9  No.807005

>>806924

I don't think it's lust if you're married to her.


0c76ff  No.807008

>>807007

So the Jews are guilty for something they had no part in but still benefited their religion?


c89e3e  No.807009

File: b7af9cac9502ee0⋯.jpg (41.85 KB, 480x480, 1:1, 41287938_2309938722626139_….jpg)

>>775132

can I get sauce on 2nd and 3rd songs?


c89e3e  No.807016

File: ea7aca35d5c6ba2⋯.png (1.56 MB, 738x8503, 738:8503, ChristPosting.png)

>>802156

It's Odin, you can kinda see the eye-patch on his right eye


c89e3e  No.807018

File: f1bfe382bfa9876⋯.png (1.56 MB, 787x1024, 787:1024, Fixedit.png)

>>806605

Fixed it


76f620  No.807025

File: a3015211d478396⋯.png (55.8 KB, 542x450, 271:225, 1541248616317.png)

>>801932

this is me on so many levels holy shit


a5c4b9  No.807029

>>807018

Nah, man, IMO the original one was better. The joke was the thought that shitty atheist arguments can topple Christian religion; it's absurd, yet many people believe it. I find that your version lacks the irony the first one had.

It's still praiseworthy that you take the time to do some christian OC, though, so kudos for that.


76f620  No.807030

>>801932

aside from the buying alcohol and drugs that sounds insanely accurate. whats sad is that i cant go to church as my family would disown me. my mother is a witch and she is blinded by lies and illusions likely by demons. i must endure this grave period of my life and i shall be free


5a701e  No.807031

>>801932

>Debates himself over if he is a reprobate or not

Help.


c89e3e  No.807032

File: be9fe174b065b31⋯.gif (343.34 KB, 500x275, 20:11, raining_wojack.gif)

>>801932

>Despises reprobates

>Debates himself over if he is a reprobate or not due to temptations of the flesh

Yeah that's me almost to a T.


016ac3  No.807035

>>807018

Except that didn't solve anything and gave a satisfying answe and that question is much also much more older.


c89e3e  No.807038

>>807029

Fair enough, didn't even look at the original that way. Just saw David and Goliath and was too autistic to not think "Wut? I'm sure we all know whats about to happen though, shouldn't it be the other way around?"

>>807030

Sounds rather dire friend, have faith though, I'm sure you can make it through this. We're here with you.


1d27db  No.807174

File: 8e1e44f52612a57⋯.jpg (16.49 KB, 425x425, 1:1, 61TXjvOzEFL._SX425_.jpg)

>>806924

I think it is. Your wife dressing up in seductive clothing would make her a seductress. Sex is only for procreation.


66eba1  No.807177

>>807174

Yeah, good luck with that. Let's go full Augustine and ban people from modifying their clothes, too.


740484  No.807180

>>807174

Sex is for procreation and union.


0f1a12  No.807204

File: 09808704a3a2a3c⋯.png (13.04 MB, 2942x7860, 1471:3930, JewishLeaders.png)


1d27db  No.807319

>>807177

Strawman.


361613  No.807460

File: c3982802c71f04d⋯.jpg (2.1 MB, 3784x4846, 1892:2423, Resist Bad Thots.jpg)

I don't know if I got the time to do this in color; can someone trace over this and color this image, in mspaint or otherwise?


361613  No.807471

File: be29d70839edf04⋯.jpg (2.1 MB, 3784x4846, 1892:2423, Resist Bad Thots.jpg)

>>807460

lemme edit that just a wee bit; the type is kinda important to it here


b0f366  No.807474

>>807016

I know. I simply described how Odin looked like according to mythology.


eed678  No.808068

Does anyone have the Christchan "Absolutely anti logos" meme and could share please? Thanks!


6923a4  No.808069

File: 2f531bd1f102365⋯.jpg (28.2 KB, 431x322, 431:322, 1534823149731.jpg)

>>808068

>Does anyone have the Christchan "Absolutely anti logos" meme and could share please? Thanks!

I don't have it, but I have the "Absolutley anti-logos" meme if you want.


ab0ec3  No.808416

File: da6782a45aae2a7⋯.png (396.68 KB, 457x592, 457:592, 1558308516564.png)


a5c4b9  No.810528

File: 27ff684730935de⋯.png (3 MB, 2580x782, 1290:391, theology in christianity.png)

9 days since the last post in the meme thread? That is sinful.


293cb4  No.810529

File: c6da9879617222a⋯.jpg (855.68 KB, 2158x650, 83:25, 20190529_104749.jpg)

>>810528

Looks like you made a mistake there, let me fix it for you


3d38dc  No.810530

>>784726

Combined pork and shellfish with wearing mixed fabrics


52ee27  No.810676

>>784726

“Desert cult”

Claims Christmas/Easter is a pagan holiday

Equivocates Christian = Jew

Claims Christianity was invented in the Middle Ages by borrowing from pagans

Assumes forgiveness is Jewish propaganda for complacency


ab0ec3  No.810683

File: b1afce3841e7e7f⋯.jpg (1.01 MB, 2158x650, 83:25, c6da9879617222a416f0395c86….jpg)

>>810529

Not bad, but just one mistake.


0c76ff  No.810740

>>793239

The idea is that, assuming the numbers are right, they convert way more people and reach out to them more than us by a mile. I’m saying that we should get more people so we can save more people


0c76ff  No.811180

File: bb34d1535544469⋯.jpeg (126.11 KB, 639x697, 639:697, D3032E8A-B262-46BC-8B46-D….jpeg)


0c76ff  No.811205

>>811180

Years*


371eda  No.811217

>>811180

the iberians were there for longer and the muslims were invaders


0a03a9  No.811239

>>811180

>implying Muslims 'settled', not invaded


a5c4b9  No.811309

File: e6a7b2f74b46efe⋯.jpg (165.91 KB, 552x800, 69:100, jinete-iberico-xiii.jpg)

>>811217

>>811239

Spaniard here, History graduate. Yes, the muslims were settled. Not only that, the vast majority of muslims were original hispanics (that is, native from Hispania) who had converted. When the Muslims were ousted from Granada, there's no historic argument that can legitimize it: they had been there for longer than the Visigoths back in their day. The age of conquests (or "reconquest", though that term is bullshit invented in the XIX century) was also long gone (it extends from the 1000s to the late 1200s).

So, was the conquest of the moors and their expulsion wrong? Absolutely not. Islam is wicked and should be ousted wherever found. There's no distinction between church and state, and serving Allah is indistinguishable from sheepishly serving your governor. Islam is the religion of peace, because "islam" means peace, but not a peace among equals as we understand it in the West, no: it's a peace of submission, since "islam" can also be more accurately translated as "submission".

It always annoys me to see this historical arguments to legitimize certain actions against islam. Those arguments are not needed. Islam is an evil religion and should always be opposed. That's all the arguments and legitimacy you need.


ab0ec3  No.811329

>>811309

>the vast majority of muslims were original hispanics

It's easy to convert people if they got conquered and then had to pay extra taxes.

Some tend to forget that.


2f18f2  No.811353

File: a3cdf03bfc31f6a⋯.jpg (1.45 MB, 1600x1526, 800:763, Get in.jpg)

OC


ab0ec3  No.811695

File: 9f6433bd98be4d9⋯.jpg (21.38 KB, 338x468, 13:18, st-paul.jpg)

I was bored.


b967b8  No.811784

File: 5855c18a1c0a5d2⋯.jpg (682.83 KB, 1371x705, 457:235, degeneracy.jpg)


ab0ec3  No.811786

>>811353

Could you maybe make one with two pictures of saints?

One from an icon and one from a western-style painting would be the best I think.


9000e3  No.811839

>>806605

Goliath looks like Sam Hyde.


2bf79d  No.811840

>>801998

Is the link between Ayn Rand and Satanism true??


eed678  No.811884

>>811840

Anything apart from Catholicism (at least from a Catholics perspective) has some form of Satanic influence. Also my personal opinion is that the highest form of Satanism is actually probably what was described by our Lord in the Gospels and in the Book of Revelation. I don't think this LARPy occult Satanism is the highest form of Satanism.


115b61  No.812412

File: b66bc7ba65a5ab3⋯.jpg (128.3 KB, 1400x598, 700:299, prosperity_gospel.jpg)


115b61  No.812414

File: 289e649ddcefc22⋯.jpg (34.76 KB, 720x481, 720:481, 1490490643229.jpg)


59cdbf  No.812950

>>812412

This made me laugh; thanks, anon, I needed a bit of laughter in my days lately. :)


145fe9  No.813021

File: 376ef84dc4a14bd⋯.jpg (65.56 KB, 640x640, 1:1, 376ef84dc4a14bd299910c454e….jpg)

repost from /monarchy/


67a328  No.813059


7ceda2  No.813456

File: 84ad3226618a784⋯.mp4 (2.3 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, Catholic soy.mp4.mp4)

>>553707

OC Fresh from oven


145fe9  No.813457

>>813456

I don't get it, maybe I'm too old? I'm becoming a boomer


59cdbf  No.813458

>>813457

Nah, it’s a meme about CathLARPers, I think. Or a jab at Catholic faith in general.

Judging by the images of Catholic venerating the Madonna, I suspect a bitter Protestant is behind this: they love to claim the Cats worship her.

5/10, despite the good effort.


145fe9  No.813659

File: 7e20b5d57b4c7e9⋯.jpg (83.88 KB, 750x710, 75:71, Exist.jpg)

Someone posted pic related in another thread, and he didn't put it here too?

Reposting


89a2d3  No.813961

File: 6587e372fb801d0⋯.jpg (148.14 KB, 720x896, 45:56, IMG_20190515_161750.jpg)


6e8252  No.813986

>>813961

The catholic chuch utterly BTFO


e9119c  No.813993


be87b2  No.814022

>>813961

hurt my eyes but interesting points


ab0ec3  No.814027

>>813961

This is utter garbage.

I like it.


59aba3  No.814066

>>813961

Just a thought: The preeminence of Peter might have actually sparked a discussion about who was the greatest in Heaven. Jesus establishes Peter's authority over His Church and the Apostles (in line with his 'first shall be last and last shall be first' paradoxes) starts questioning: "Okay, so if Peter is the first among us here, who will be the greatest in Heaven?" or "Just because he's in charge, doesn't mean he's the best of us – Jesus kind of has a tendency to pick the worst people for the best jobs."


145fe9  No.814129

>>813961

I think Paul publicly rebuking Peter cannot be a sound basis, dissent among the apostles was arguably as normal as it is for their successors today but Matthew 18 is interesting when you think about it like that.


295bf7  No.814222

>>790794

>>790802

Okay, this is epic.


0f3fe9  No.814241

File: e840b8246d700ce⋯.png (406.93 KB, 1188x720, 33:20, The Boys bw.png)


c3744c  No.814323


44bbe2  No.814498

File: 638ada8c1fe1c05⋯.png (131.56 KB, 679x578, 679:578, bear.png)

File: e539629038f71df⋯.png (98.46 KB, 500x495, 100:99, ancestors.png)

File: 429ea5a1a3a4d9c⋯.png (187.68 KB, 750x750, 1:1, 429.png)

File: 951d733728ab9dc⋯.png (65.27 KB, 182x276, 91:138, 951.png)

File: 32cb2f91951f6ae⋯.png (379.35 KB, 830x974, 415:487, d9f6s8e-47547b71-5d72-4540….png)


44bbe2  No.814500

File: 2c8b8a831fda433⋯.png (67.41 KB, 500x303, 500:303, who would win.png)


e675f5  No.814501

>>814500

Cool meme, but could you make this in a higher resolution with more clarity?


44bbe2  No.814502

File: 1013427d67d65a7⋯.jpg (385.85 KB, 900x700, 9:7, pagans IRL.jpg)

File: cdf523e6269dd8d⋯.jpg (6.36 KB, 249x202, 249:202, images.jpg)

>>814501

I just grabbed it online. srry

There are these tho


44bbe2  No.814504

File: fde157f052134af⋯.png (86.06 KB, 500x334, 250:167, who-would-win-2.png)

File: 413b8d94002188f⋯.png (447.4 KB, 802x500, 401:250, who would win 3.png)

File: e1e0b63ddf2670f⋯.png (496.27 KB, 1024x638, 512:319, slLk7jf.png)

>>814501

In my search for that specific one I found these


f6f190  No.814555

>>814498

>that first image

I knew a guy who was really interested in viking history he was a christian, he just was really interested in the history supposedly. I stopped paying attention to his supposed expertise when he told me that the Thor movies, especially Dark World, were super accurate to the mythology.


2f8cda  No.814556

File: dc32f26e5510f5e⋯.png (286.2 KB, 1436x1652, 359:413, Lel.png)

>>814555

>he told me that the Thor movies, especially Dark World, were super accurate to the mythology

MFW

Next he'll tell you the Sword in the Stone is an accurate depiction of Le Morte D'Arthur and that the Beowulf movie was good.




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