[ / / / / / / / / / / / / / ] [ dir / builders / choroy / cyber / cyoa / fast / general / imouto / yuri ]

/christianity/ - Christian Theology

Free speech discussion


Winner of the 78th Attention-Hungry Games
/bimbo/ - Plastic and Fantastic!

April 2019 - 8chan Transparency Report
Subject *
Comment *
Verification *
Password (Randomized for file and post deletion; you may also set your own.)
* = required field[▶ Show post options & limits]
Confused? See the FAQ.
(replaces files and can be used instead)

Allowed file types:jpg, jpeg, gif, png, webm, mp4, pdf
Max filesize is 16 MB.
Max image dimensions are 15000 x 15000.
You may upload 5 per post.

| Rules | Log | The Gospel |

File: 8b79dcd9fdf2f25⋯.png (19.99 KB, 74x88, 37:44, sweeseed.PNG)

9d16b7  No.1614[Reply]

I enjoy penis. Is this ok?

9d16b7  No.1616


File: 52a8713990c75b9⋯.jpg (56.8 KB, 500x500, 1:1, red_sea.jpg)

a0fd55  No.1609[Reply]

I can't imagine any biblical style miracle that doesen't look like some cheap movie special effect.

588c78  No.1610

How do you mean, could you give a few examples? Part of it being a miracle is that it's so unbelievable, yet it still happens because God is so powerful.

4961f1  No.1611

Miracles are supernatural events that attest to God, they have to be fantastic by definition

File: 8db12fd4a0f7fd2⋯.png (914.71 KB, 992x950, 496:475, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 9d4076445c0ede1⋯.png (88.15 KB, 320x240, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)

dccd9e  No.1317[Reply]

Repost cause some ass-blasted jannie banned me for this on /christian/. When researching various spoops I often come across some Christians objecting (with varying levels of theological support) to some concepts that are popular within the community which discusses the paranormal.

So what do you think, /christianity/? Are all ghosts demons in disguise? Are ayys demons in disguise? Are there theological objections to the existence of paranormal entities, be they ghost, goblin, ghost-goblin, or extraterrestrial? What about bigfoot? Inter-dimensional beings? Occultism? The cult of inter-dimensional bigfoot?

This thread is for discussion of all things paranormal from a Christian perspective, /x/-tier biblical creatures such as demons included.

7 posts and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.

ee6115  No.1334


I appreciate how you're phrasing this

Assuming it's real, and it can't be a human spirit, it must be a demonic spirit. I think it's interesting, I just don't place a lot of stock as in it compels me to find it believable. The weird video recording a security monitor, it's presence in a "TOP 5" youtube vid, and there's low publicity. I happen to work for the disney company and I feel like I would have heard about it if it were significant.

848ce9  No.1357


A lot of these figures are a result of hypnagogic and hypnopompic hallucinations that your mind conjures up. Many who experience them are in sleep paralysis as well and don't know that these conditions they're unaware of arise from sleep apnea, poor sleep hygiene, and being fatigued among other things.

0dcc04  No.1362


I don't doubt the phenomenon of sleep paralysis is genuine, but it's become one of the many convenient catch-alls for skeptics to handwave away anything paranormal. Witness an apparition? Sleep paralysis induced hallucination. Witness something terrorizing you in the night while trashing your room? Either sleep walking along with vivid nightmares, or actually you're just a schizophrenic or a liar. Multiple people claiming they witnessed the same paranormal event together? Shared delusions. People who think like this will on principle never accept any evidence as genuine.

And based on the standard that they hold any claim they don't like to, these varied psychological rationalisations haven't even been proven to exist, nonetheless that they're as common as they would need to be to explain every instance of someone witnessing something paranormal. And, to compound the point, to observe that it happens *at all* proves that it isn't in some way caused by a paranormal force (or in principle couldn't ever be), how? It's like saying poisoning can't be real because organs have been shown to spontaneously fail naturally.

And those're just ones that plausibly *might* fit the rationalisations, for things like bigfoot, ufos, or other cryptids, it's barely more than "you just imagined it, lol." Yeah, you're brain just conjured a bear (which as a hunter you've seen a thousand times, or were even intentionally looking for) into a ten foot ape that reeked so bad it burned your nostrils. It also turned a bird into an eight foot monster with glowing red eyes that chased and landed on the roof of your car (also just hearing about it made strangers in the same town see it too lol, firmly established mass delusion again). I'm not committed to believing these things are necessarily monsters or even mundane undiscovered creatures, but strong testimony demands an explanation better than the anemic non-answer of "you just imagined it." If you'll believe that just because it's the supposed "rational" explanation, you'll believe anything.

99727a  No.1364


I mean I'm highly skeptical of the phenomena experienced by the witness while in bed which is where the hallucinations I described occur.

>And based on the standard that they hold any claim they don't like to, these varied psychological rationalisations haven't even been proven to exist

The hallucinations (which have both physical and psychological explanations for) occurring in bed highly correlate with physical conditions that the sufferers are not aware of or seek treatment for. I had daily night time hallucinations and they only went away when a doctor explained to me I had sleep apnea among other physical problems associated with sleep. I believed they were all supernatural and not caused by anything physical within me which caused them to keep reoccurring until having a reason to disbelieve them and fix the physical root of the problem. I feel this is mostly the case for hallucinations that occur while out of bed as well and most people who experience such phenomena have a bias towards wanting to believe they're real which makes them not stop reoccuring or are plain out lying.

>strong testimony demands an explanation

The testimonies aren't strong and don't really need an explanation since things like Bigfoot aren't pressing problems other than to those who find it interesting.

d2f701  No.1600


>Are all ghosts demons in disguise?

No. Witch of Endor. Bible believes in ghosts and medieval Christians did too. Christian disbelief in ghosts is a form of modernism period.

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

1c5bcc  No.1519[Reply]

Simple questions to help settle a debate:

Would (do) you read Christian fantasy novels? I grant you, romance aside, there aint much out there

Would you read a Christian novel that had magic in it?

Would you read a Christian novel that had magic in it if the magic is demonstrably (albeit in the end) demonic in origin and destructive in a user's life?

IF you said "no", final follow-up questions:

Have you read Lord of the Rings?

Did you notice the magic in it?

Why was that "okay" but other novels involving magic are not?

Please use flags for this one, m80s. I'd appreciate it.

6a7aa0  No.1526

I don't read fiction personally, but I'm not opposed in principle.

I'm more likely to watch a fiction film with magic, and have.

Lord of the Rings and Chronicles of Narnia are obviously Christian stories, just fantastic and metaphorical.

I think parents should have their children steer clear of non-christian magic stories like Harry Potter until they're of a high enough age.

0013f8  No.1528

>Would (do) you read Christian fantasy novels?

I've read LotR and one of the Narnia books, but that's about it.

Most of my reading is either Scripture, a Church Father, histories, or something else.

I'm a very dry man, you see.

>Would you read a Christian novel that had magic in it?

Depends on what the author means by "magic".

I think it should be noted that Tolkien didn't consider what Gandalf and the Elves did as "magic", nor did they consider it as such in the books.

Its explained as having a better knowledge and grasp of the spiritual nature of certain things (like how an advanced enough technology can be seen as "magical" by primitive people).

The only group that does anything close to "magic" is the evil characters, and that's entirely appropriate.

On the side of being cautious, I wouldn't.

>Would you read a Christian novel that had magic in it if the magic is demonstrably (albeit in the end) demonic in origin and destructive in a user's life?

Again, depends on how it's being presented and how detailed it is.

If it's to demonstrate how fruitless any attempts at witchery is, sure.

But Scripture tells us that Saul went to consult the witch of endor, part of the series of events ultimately resulting in his downfall as king of Israel. So if I need to share a story of how fruitless witchery is, I'd share that (or how Simon the Magician gets rekt in Acts).

385ce0  No.1586


Totally fine with it.

3bed5b  No.1590

File: 18e0a6296dc1ef5⋯.png (110.03 KB, 382x491, 382:491, where-are-the-proofs.png)


>I think it should be noted that Tolkien didn't consider what Gandalf and the Elves did as "magic"

Mmm. (pic related)

Tolkien may use words like "craft" to describe what the Elves and Istari did, that secret knowledge of how the universe works, but that seems to me to be splitting hairs. It's magic. It is not a power that men had, it was … alright, maybe I can't use the term "supernatural" since T would insist that it was plain natural but you just had to be old enough (or imbued enough) to learn how to use it, but even men over hundreds of generations never seemed to master any of it. Either way, it certainly isn't anything we would recognise from our world.

It's magic by another name at the very least. Everyone who reads it sees it thusly. But that comes down to definitions. potato, potAto, etc


>Lord of the Rings and Chronicles of Narnia are obviously Christian stories


Narnia, sure, but LotR aint. Obvious, I mean. What's Christian about it? That the good guys won? Pretty sure that happens in the Marvel universe as well.

The novels reek of Norse/old Germanic mythology that I'm surprised Gandalf doesn't get called Wednesday by someone in the know and he is followed around by ravens.

Oh, no, that's right, he has eagles instead.

We may "extra liber" know that Tolkien is a cathbro and there's "angels peeking" and so on, but you'd not know it from a plain read of the novels. (I know I didn't on first read, though I was only a couple of years old as a Christian.) Too much has to be foreknown, and always – as I just did – has alternative explanations.

If nothing else, this is what has always disappointed me about Tolkien's writing. But he insisted that mythologies (which LotR is) shouldn't be didactic, but should just "be". I'll respect him as an artist, but as aPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

File: 729c026c631e3fd⋯.jpg (92.87 KB, 707x533, 707:533, verysubtle.jpg)

783366  No.206[Reply]

I'm surprised this didn't happen earlier to be fair.

But now posting the mascot of the board aswell as posting "short texts" or crusader pictures warrant a ban.

Well, there goes a cozy community. Maybe Synagogue of Satan may be more real than people think.

43 posts and 63 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

783366  No.356

Just a heads up, there is an admin on /christian/ claiming the board was reassigned. Still no revocation of any bans and anime is still being actively deleted. At this point it seems like just more despicable lies from the goons to distance themselves from their own actions.

783366  No.357


Still, it's vexxing to have our biggest board basically stolen and used to promote marxist propaganda (after having dank posting banned).

At least from the good news side, means /christian/ is influential enough to scare a few people

Can't anybody contact Alex?

7824ce  No.377

/kjv/ is dead, /christianity/ is dead …

Still not clear why people keep going back to /christian to get their heinny whooped.

More than half my posts have been deleted because muh rule-3 (apparently reading the bible yourself and believing the Holy Spirit never said he got bored and left goes against some portion of the creed that … talks about the Holy Spirit, and the word of god…)

do we dare try to raid them for members or something? I found this place by looking at the claims list, hoping their BO would get bored and forget to log in for a while.

964f9c  No.378



new owner over there; might be the place to go now.

1b4566  No.1574

File: 40ca364325e1754⋯.png (79.01 KB, 880x830, 88:83, 0bab8f18-1a18-4509-b6fc-8c….png)

They also deleted a pagan shill thread, I don't know if I'm banned from that one too, probably.

File: 19f9f6eff18ed7b⋯.png (1.72 MB, 1141x936, 1141:936, christian_sexual_predators.png)

2cbcd1  No.1541[Reply]

It seems like sexual predators are overwhelemingly christian, am I the only one who sees this?

d3da50  No.1542


I mean there are lots of Christians out there and some will be sexual predators.

6bc56e  No.1543


The joke is that they're all kikes, very clever.

29da19  No.1573

Loaded question. Predators are not predators because they are christian.

They are christian because they can larp as wolves in sheep's clothing.

same with male feminists really.

File: fb93597a02b2058⋯.jpg (94.2 KB, 736x736, 1:1, christian-duggar-girls-dug….jpg)

7f8aaf  No.1273[Reply]

Is there a good summation of laws that Christians on the political right would like changed, and how they would do it?

For example, do people here support the Christian Amendment, or is that seen as pointless? How would prayer in schools work? What would be your laws on gays and transgenders? What about taxation of church property? What type of censorship if any would you want to see? What is the most common stance against abortion, does it allow for situations where mother's health is in jeopardy?


>Intelligent Design & Creationism taught in school

>Capital Punishment

>Drug War

>Gambling Laws

Thanks ahead of time.

9 posts and 8 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

22fbb4  No.1548

File: 4a2aa00499a9065⋯.png (49.29 KB, 1062x648, 59:36, 1062px-Extinction_intensit….png)

File: 192a71cdb9b7071⋯.jpg (29 KB, 478x477, 478:477, Troodon_dinosauroid--478x4….jpg)

File: 87912c261ae0653⋯.jpeg (31.08 KB, 474x654, 79:109, download.jpeg)

File: c5d868fcfa98849⋯.jpeg (24.34 KB, 474x315, 158:105, download (1).jpeg)

Matthew 5:44 "But I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you"

Matthew 7:16 "By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thornbushes, or fish from thistles?"

The first verse seems cucky to me, but the second seems to indicate that civilized parents beget civilized children, while ape parents beget ape children. I dont pretend to know everything, and I believe that Jesus was a good guy with good intentions. Well, ok, let me tell you what I really believe.

Jesus was a member of the essenes, and a powerful practitioner with magickal healing abilities. I believe that he could tongue his own pineal gland ("entering the bridal chamber") and experience a natural dmt trip at will. This would have revealed metaphysical epiphanies to him which are beyond our comprehension. But the poor guy was born 2000 years ago and was trying to bestow upon the laymen occult and esoteric knowledge that we today with all our technology can only barely begin to grasp.

Honestly, I believe that God is Sacred Geometry, Goddess is mother nature, Yahweh is a reptilian who chose abraham to "fit test" (genocide) the nations with his antiwhite semitic desert religion. I believe that space travel and sentience existed for millions of years before us (ancient aliens), but I can't prove that, obviously. If I write much more on this you'll just think that I'm a raving lunatic.

Maybe man really was created in God's image. Maybe Jesus really was the son of God. I don't know, I wasn't there. I'm just trying to make my way on this prison planet like all of y'all, one day at a time. I wish the best to all of you Christians. God will weigh all of our souls on the scales of justice. God bless you.

f446ef  No.1555


If you're just hoping that when you die God determines that you were good enough, you're going to be sorely disappointed. The Bible says that "all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God" and "The wages of sin is death" (Romans 3:23, 6:23)

The gospel ("good news") is that Jesus died in your place, so that by believing in Him your debt is paid.

000000  No.1563


Based. I wonder how sedes would feel about that.

6bb057  No.1570


>Christians and Politics

For what it's worth, OP, one of my hobbies is on the philosophy of civilisation and government. To wit, I spend a lot of time thinking about how we got from "there" to "here".

I agree with Winston Churchill who said that democracy is the worst form of government known to man … except for all the others.

Likewise, one of my favourite quotes is from James Madison who wrote:

< If men were angels, no government would be necessary.

< If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary.

These two statements are foundational to any theorising about government. The foundation of Madison's two sentences is sin, and a failure to recognise, within the founding laws of a nation, that sinfulness is just a recipe for abetting them. Thus, while I wholeheartedly side with the Christian Theocrats (I cannot recall what the correct term is for this … "dominionists"?) who argue for theocracy in principle, in practise it will inevitably be administered here on earth by mere sinful men. And no man is without sin. Ergo, theocracy is just another word for bad government with God blamed for all of it. Just look at Iran.

I could run through the list of systems of government and come out with the same result every time, but I'll not bother. So, we're left with Churchill's statement. It's a tired, despondent, sighing answer on the question of government, but it's the only one left. Distribute power to as many people as possible, then have other people who watch those people, and those who watch the watchers, and then switch on the machine. Corruption? Inevitably. Bad governance? Absolutely possible. Tyranny of the majority over the minority? Must be guarded against. The biggest issue with democracy is that the ultimate "watcher" is you and I, ill-educated, ill-tempered, poorly-equipped-for-the-job dolts with no experience in – much less, for many people, interest in – government, and these are the people who must make ultimate policy decisPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

6bb057  No.1571


>For example, do people here support the Christian Amendment, or is that seen as pointless?

Don't know what this is to be able to say. It's an amendment that adds token statements to enshrine Christianity as the law of the land? How long before it's overturned? How long before it agitates the centrists into siding with libruls?

>How would prayer in schools work?

Yeah, the notion that this was banned on account of Madison's writings is just silliness. This wasn't his aim, but neither did he want the state to be used to enshrine one particular brand of Christianity.

I'd leave this up to the school community. It's frankly no one else's business, but I know US courts don't like the majority overruling the minority.

>What would be your laws on gays and transgenders?

Same as any other psychologically ill individuals, were it my country to rule. Since it's not, and since the majority seem convinced to accept this silliness, what can I do?

Voluntarily seeking self-mutilation ought to be an automatic trigger for intensive psychological examination. As for gays … I want there to be individual liberty, but I am drawn to evidence that they're just a healthcare drain. But, broadly an evidence-based approach without the shrill squealing of the loony-left any time an academic fails to say "gay is great" as the headline of their study would be better.

I reject out of hand /pol/ish notions of "hunt them down like vermin". Regardless their illness or reprobatity, they remain people made in God's image.

>What about taxation of church property?

I disagree, again, that the tax department has any business regulating churches and what comes from the pulpit. That's the sort of dictatorial shi- they pull in Turkey and China. If it's run like a business, to make a profit, it gets taxed. If it's a "membership model" "community group building" in collective ownership, it's already been taxed (individual's personal income tax) and the tax department has no business looking into its affairs. This needs SOME regulation to ensure thPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

File: 1607dd2ec2921b6⋯.jpg (8.13 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, 20190127_164900.jpg)

313247  No.1088[Reply]

If your Bible translation has copyright protection, you shouldn't trust it.

2 posts omitted. Click reply to view.

9fba1b  No.1565

File: 44ec9ad016c9b47⋯.png (179.04 KB, 705x320, 141:64, anderson-rage.png)


>no bible written after 1920 should be trusted


I agree in principle that copyright is a – pardon my french – entirely shitty way to prevent nonnies abusing the Word of God, and I entirely disagree with ANY form of profit motive surrounding that which was gifted freely to all mankind.

Cover my printing costs? Fine.

Cover my paper costs? Fine.

Cover my marketing costs? Mmm. MAYBE on a very limited basis.

Cover my translation costs? Start a foundation, get people to freely contribute, get churches and charities to contribute. DO NOT use market economics to back-pay for something … nah,. mang

But, as I said, I'm a massive commie when it comes to the Word of God, or anything that God freely gave us. You owe Him your absolutely EVERYTHING … how can you talk about profiting from His words or effectively DENY it to people eager to learn from it who are in poverty.

Nah, mang, this is dangerous territory, I agree.

BUT … copyright, as such, I don't have AS much of a difficulty with. What I object to is the notion that Rupert Murdoch then takes a cut every time the Lord's words are given away freely. This is toxic corruption at its worst and anyone that enters into such an arrangement like this is entirely stupid.

fc32a9  No.1566

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

7e5056  No.1567


Copyright itself is a weapon to rob "intellectual property" from mankind. That means the jews tricked the humans to sell them the rights of everything they created, while giving them the power to gate-keep all our art from us and the generations after.

7e5f34  No.1568


Intellectual property is arbitrary

9fba1b  No.1575

File: 853850fc8600bda⋯.png (906.84 KB, 720x720, 1:1, it-didnt-have-to-end-like-….png)


>offer thoughtful, considered opinion, mindful of several angles, in particular God's view

>be replied by idiot with some Indian animation about toilet training

File: ac83e06e574b1b4⋯.gif (222.56 KB, 788x570, 394:285, Genesis_1_29.gif)

2faeea  No.1105[Reply]

Are we allowed to discuss cannabis on this board?

Caught a ban on /christian/ for arguing in favor of while the thread itself remains and the against position can dogpile on.

I agree that intoxication should be avoided and that addiction is a possibility but is the plant itself and its many uses a sin?

I'll admit I do smoke on occasion to deal with my horrible IBS-D symptoms. I've tried diet changes, exercise, pills, etc. But none of that cured my problems than a bowl or joint of a sativa strain.

I've prayed a lot on this and have asked God numerous occasions to help me but at the end of the day nearly every meal I eat is a roll of the dice whether or not I'm going to be peeing out my b-hole within the next few minutes from that meal because of an IBS flare up.

Is being tied to a toilet for the rest of my life my cross to bear?

What are your thoughts on it?

6 posts omitted. Click reply to view.

76152c  No.1132

nigger do you smoke fruit

de3b8e  No.1215


>Does that mean I'm intoxicated though?

>That's what I'm iffy on.

You can lie to yourself, but does it serve you in your walk with God? There are safe ways to consume cannabis for medical purposes which do not produce intoxication, and smoking it is not one of them.

5f62ce  No.1232


Glad you could name them for me friend…

Already said I've tried cbd products and their effectiveness is low.

0ee3ed  No.1244


Why not stick to edibles? You'll lose a lot of the euphoriant aspect and still get the physical comfort.

I've seen more than a few people with medical marijuana prescriptions do this if they weren't interested in the high.

a9474b  No.1564

File: cadaa3e6d714bb9⋯.gif (37.55 KB, 480x583, 480:583, marajuanauses.gif)

File: c7f586f065536c7⋯.gif (1014.83 KB, 366x239, 366:239, elevator-blaze-rasta.gif)


>i have disease

>"cure" after century of scare-mongering by cotton industry is now not illegal

>but there's still scare-mongering guilt in me

>you wouldn't avoid taking antibiotics for infection

>you wouldn't avoid headache tablets for migraine

>you wouldn't avoid seeing your doctor about depression

> … oh, actually … scratch that one …

personally don't see the problem. it's medicine. it works. end-thread.

Of course, I am working off the assumption you're not lying to us and this is a nicely packaged lie to self-justify your pursuit of a Rasta lifestyle. Lie to us, fine, there is judgement for this – but never lie to yourself.

I would avoid dependency and intoxication, and continue looking for non-smoking alternatives, but as an interim mitigating solution ('cuz I am sure it doesn't cure it, as such), I would be all-in. Provided legal in your state.

>Is being tied to a toilet for the rest of my life my cross to bear?

I agree this is an option to consider, but the thing is you've found a "cure", which cross-to-bear diseases like terminal cancer or being irreversibly gay do not have as options. God has provided. And I am sure it is not a perfect solution, anyway, and so I would keep looking for something better. I think the side effects of cannabis (classic loss of lucidity being but one; smoke damages lungs; addiction?) are not to be underestimated.

That's my thoughts, but then I accept I am probably well out-of-step with most conservative independent baptists who'll rankle at the suggestion it's banning was a conspiracy.

File: be5cddf03d58727⋯.png (8.96 KB, 225x225, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

733350  No.930[Reply]

What do you guys think about the Seventh-Day Adventist Church?

>inb4 heretic sect ellen white bad

40 posts and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.

fdf68f  No.1521


Because in the entire history of the world, God has never called a woman to be a prophet.

7cc074  No.1522


>who is Deborah

>who is Miriam

>who is Anna the Prophetess

>who is Isaiah's wife

>who are the daughters of Philip

622f23  No.1537


Which books of the bible did they write?

7cc074  No.1544

File: 1203703a2c14f64⋯.jpg (51.88 KB, 728x546, 4:3, 1550175053567.jpg)


>they need to have written a book of the Bible to be considered prophetess

db6903  No.1556

Judaizers are funny they think they are spiritually the Jews and they can't into dispensations

File: f026b167f14b9d9⋯.jpg (70.8 KB, 898x628, 449:314, antisemitism.jpg)

337541  No.1552[Reply]

Israels treatment of Palestinians is not good we should love everyone, even our enemies; but we shouldn't just boycott Israel, we must boycott this entire dying world and start trusting God to provide us with all of our needs, we should not work for food that spoils or serve the master of money we should serve God, our only master, we don't need money to provide food for us, we need God to handle our needs.

The hate against Israel is misguided because Israel is only just a state and not the one true Israel of God, the church is Israel but the earthly chunk of land formerly known as Palestine is just as evil as every other country ever, it is filled with people who claim to worship God but live their lives as if there is no God. Most supposed christians are culturally secular and vaguely worship this being they call "Lord,Lord", just like the people of Sodom and Gomorrah and the people at the time of Noah.

33a1bc  No.1554

The hate against israel is entirely justified, they are killing innocents with the aid of money that the US govt steals from your pockets. If your point is to say that it's inconsistent to object only here when other nation-states are committing similar crimes, that's a fair point.

It's good to be zealous but putting food on the table requires actual, literal work. Our medium of exchange for goods and services is money and there's nothing wrong with that.

File: 8d8e37771eaf0d2⋯.jpg (162.68 KB, 1280x1024, 5:4, Ididnotevole.jpg)

8b2b7a  No.1447[Reply]

I think creationists might be the missing link between man and ape. They always look like big dark gorillas indicating man and ape must share a recent common ancestor.

9fa7a5  No.1448

File: 34a55351fcb8292⋯.jpg (24.69 KB, 640x443, 640:443, 1547425422194.jpg)


f425a2  No.1486


Now that's what I call a based black guy

ab3e3f  No.1551


yeah not gonna lie op that's pretty racist.

File: 47717d492966171⋯.jpg (6.62 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, 20190214_122333.jpg)

b5cdc6  No.1382[Reply]

"Love U Jesus"

I just took this pic at Disney World

Feels good living in the Christian south B^)

Come home, Christian white man

1 post and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.

b5cdc6  No.1384

File: 40bf870117c3740⋯.jpg (7.57 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, 20190214_124519.jpg)


O :^)

0bf10f  No.1388


e5fe06  No.1389


take me with you

0159dc  No.1407


>the Christian south

The Christian south is rapidly becoming the LGBT-affirming south

869cf2  No.1546


Only urbanites

File: e76302bd267a6cc⋯.png (222.29 KB, 1877x987, 1877:987, jew thread.png)

850832  No.1306[Reply]

>This thread deleted on cuckboard

If you don't mind me pointing out what you've probably heard already some hundred times:

World Power has been seized by the Jews, what places there isn't Jewish influence probably isn't Christian anyways and bound directly to Satan.

I understand at the end Christ will come. But will the Jews still occupy us until then? Are they just another trial?

Will God help us overthrow them? Or are they preparing the way of the AntiChrist?

13 posts and 3 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

183c5a  No.1487


My dick, my butt my heart and my mind.

And I want them to burn for this.

86f981  No.1489


You need to forgive and repent. Then you need to find yourself a healthy jewess to mate with. Start here >>>/jewess/

8e3495  No.1490

File: 4d12255c8a9d874⋯.png (190.49 KB, 458x438, 229:219, jew goose.png)

558dcf  No.1508

File: 301641ab9610d63⋯.jpg (222.45 KB, 600x903, 200:301, 1534246521278.jpg)

0c5fc6  No.1514


Revelations 3:9

File: 9130ebae2427d26⋯.png (238 B, 16x11, 16:11, Catholic.png)

File: 899462e65273e09⋯.png (350 B, 16x11, 16:11, Orthodox.png)

File: e730cdbfb0e5975⋯.png (211 B, 16x11, 16:11, Protestant.png)

86eda8  No.1431[Reply]

Saved these from /christian/ a while ago. I think it would look a little better if we used them.

3 posts and 9 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

850015  No.1437


That's fair. The aspect ratio being different might be part of it.

Most churches don't have flags at all so it's just the logo made as large as possible in the icon.

86eda8  No.1440

File: 93af3e61a8b557a⋯.png (554 B, 16x11, 16:11, Prebytarian Church USA.png)

File: 21a887fcc003b86⋯.png (570 B, 16x11, 16:11, Lutherean Church in Americ….png)

And here's a couple resizes.

46cf5b  No.1457

I like the current ones

273410  No.1488


43ad5f  No.1510

Why do they allow them now ? I like it, now it will be possible to meme about denominations again.

Delete Post [ ]
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23]
| Catalog | Nerve Center | Cancer
[ / / / / / / / / / / / / / ] [ dir / builders / choroy / cyber / cyoa / fast / general / imouto / yuri ]