>>it's anti-cheating (for a lack of a better term)
The biblical term for cheating is adultery.
>Marriage and having sex only inside marriage makes it extremely easy to "weed out" unfaithful partners.
Sex outside of marriage is typically called fornication, and those who do so are fornicators. There's also spiritual fornication, but that's another subject (adopting and mixing foreign religion/traditions/rituals/etc with the worship of God Almighty).
>>it's anti-porn and anti-masturbation
The biblical terms here would be lust, specifically "looking on a women to lust after her" (Matthew 5:28) ("looking after men" for women) which is committing adultery with them in your heart, and masturbation is a carnal pleasure of the flesh. You can learn about the carnal nature in some of the letters of the new testament like 1 Corinthians 3. Sermon related: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHk-9aX7O8I
The biblical term would be sodomy or sodomites. Sodomy typically refers to anal intercourse, but the men and women and even children of Sodom were all sodomites and all wicked and exceedingly so.
But before they lay down, the men of the city, even the men of Sodom, compassed the house round, both old and young, all the people from every quarter:
You don't need a church. Study the scriptures daily like the Bereans mentioned in Acts 17, use Strong's Concordance with Hebrew and Greek Lexicon if you run into any confusion, perhaps at first on your favorite verses, then later when you get more into theological nonsense (I can't wait to be done with theological debates, for them to forever be gone and done with in the new earth and heavens to come). If you do find a church you seem to like, you still have to verify their teachings for yourself to spot any wolves in sheep's clothing (which Christ warned about), you still have to check the verses they reference in sermons to ensure they're not twisting scripture or taking something out of context or ignoring other text that contradicts their doctrine, so you have to read the whole bible and study it. There's also the aspect of them possibly ignoring entire subjects from the bible, not even mentioning them at all, leaving people ignorant and uninformed and the Bible states: “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge [...]" (Hosea 4:6). Then there's the aspect of whether or not their bible is a good bible, some more brazenly blasphemous bibles will call Christ "queen" I believe, but satan has the subtlety of a serpent and one of the more popular modern bibles, the NIV calls Lucifer "Jesus" if you look at verses Isaiah 14:12 and Revelation 22:16 ("morning star")
There's also 2 Peter 1:19 and Revelation 2:28 to look at for that.
But if you find the church you like or a member from it is in error, there is a biblical way to approach correcting it in Matthew 18. And perhaps you might be lacking understanding as a new Christian, or a babe in Christ (1 Cor 3:1), or perhaps you could be right. It really comes down to study the scriptures daily.
Christ gave an example of how to pray in the sermon on the mount, Matthew 5-7. Sermon related: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGp_p8vScYo
Specifically Matthew 6:4-13
Just speak from your heart, use your own words, and be honest because God knows if you're lying. I'd recommend asking God to take away any sinful lusts or desires you have, asking that He take away your old heart of stone and replace it with a heart of flesh (Ezekiel 11:19, 36:26).
As for circumcision, it's discussed in the letters of the NT and it's clear that circumcision of the heart (i.e. spiritual circumcision) is what's important rather than circumcision of the flesh (Romans 2:25, Galatians 5:6, 1 Corinthians 7:19). The spirit of the discussion of it is reflected in Ezekiel chapter 18 in my opinion, specifically from verse 20 to the end of the chapter.
What we know as Judaism was created after Christ came.
"Christianity" has largely been subverted by the synagogue of satan, namely zionists, that is true, this is also why I often discourage just "going to church to be a christian" and instead emphasize studying scripture. It started largely with the scofield reference bible as well as simply money-grubbing wolves realizing they could fleece some lambs like the stereotypical "donate to me for God's blessing" televangelists or the 501c3 churches which are tied to the state forming an image of the beast from prophecy or the mega churches that don't even protest the beast power in rome. With how affected the Christian world is and how the average "Christian" church will be so conformed to the world, I often find myself wanting to use a different term than "Christian" for followers of the promised Messiah who is called the Christ.
Judaism came after Christ and Christ didn't destroy the law or prophets. Matthew 5:17
Again, Judaism came after Christ. It's not a term found in the Bible either. Christian and Christianity is found in the Bible, but these aren't evidence of a "new religion" created at this time. Biblical Christianity is the fulfillment of prophecy and God's promises of the "old testament" going all the way back to the fall of man, all the way back to Adam and Eve in Eden. The terms "Christian" and "Christianity" were simply adopted by followers of the Messiah/Christ. Also, Islam was created by Catholic Rome to control the Arab world.
lmao, no, talmudists don't even fear God.
Israelites lived under a God-directed theocracy, not a bunch of "democratically voted" representatives who are either blackmailed or bought off by the synagogue of satan. Ideally, sodomites, rapists, murderers would be put to death, but I don't really want these corrupted states to have the power of the death penalty since it's more likely to be used against good God-fearing Christians than against people who rape and murder. It's crazy, people think killing innocent babies in the womb is a "woman's reproductive right" or a "human right", but these same people often refuse even to consider putting murderers to death. Not to derail the thread with a hot topic like that.
Christian Zionism needs to be squashed, it's an abominable heresy. Also, fun fact, sodomites used to be put to death in America back when the nation still feared God. And America was only so great because America feared God, now that America no longer fears God, we see it descending into hell as stated would happen in the scriptures.
“The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget God.”
Personally, that was a big motivation for me initially as a babe in Christ myself, not wanting my nation to be turned into hell.
I'll reiterate, you don't need a church or to join some specific denomination to be saved. Christ never said "attend church/mass (pagan ritual)/rituals or perish", Christ said "repent or perish" (paraphrasing Luke 13:3 and 5). Christ said repent and believe the gospel (Mark 1:15). The bible says salvation is only in Christ, that Christ is the only way to be saved (John 14:6, Acts 4:12). The bible does not say joining a church is ever required for salvation. Gathering of followers of the Christ is definitely promoted (“For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”
Matthew 18:20, and I would argue that includes places like internet forums/chatrooms as well as the more obvious like home churches), but it is not tied to salvation. If you can find a good church, great, but I personally don't think you'll find many that hold true to all Christian Bible truths unapologetically in these last days. And one last sermon related: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYR5QYOqfXo
The bottom line is you just need to spend more time studying the scriptures and verifying what you read/hear/etc, even what I said here by using the scriptures as the standard, as the measure, as the guide.
“But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.”
5 Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.
7 Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the LORD, and depart from evil.
And some more verses related to fearing God can be found here (mostly the results in Psalms or Proverbs) and it's typically tied to a blessing from God or promise from God
And Hebrews 12:28 shows that fear God means fear God, not reverence as Hebrews 12:28 says "[...] whereby we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear:" -- if fearing God just meant reverence this verse would be redundant, fear God does mean to fear God.
There are also some verse about the fear of God being wise