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To the uppity Romanists browsing Anonymous 10/05/2022 (Wed) 07:06:13 ID: eb7d78 No.18944 [Reply]
/christian/ is a Reformation board and if this offends you, you can take your idolatry back over the Tiber.
Ah so this is why the board is shit.
>>18945 why's that? there are actual Christians here who want to obey God instead of pagan idol worshippers who LARP as Christian and obey man's traditions rather than God's laws?
>>18946 >instead of pagan idol worshippers who LARP as Christian and obey man's traditions rather than God's laws? You just proved his point. You're why this board is so shit.

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Soythodox Nu-Monks Anonymous 09/26/2022 (Mon) 08:50:52 ID: ab507d No.18476 [Reply]
Does anyone else hate these soythodox youtube nu-monks? It seems to be primarily a Western phenomenon. Eastern European monks and clergy seem to be much higher quality. Is everything the West touches doomed to be gay and retarded?
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>>18480 t. never been to Russia
>>18476 im not familiar, but what is ur criterion? appearance? c'mon now.
>>18476 >Is everything the West touches doomed to be gay and retarded Yes
west has touched everything at this point, every country is libcuck democracy except for commies and muslim theocracies
I like Father Spyridon's videos. https://youtube.com/c/FatherSpyridonROCOR

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Anonymous 09/30/2022 (Fri) 09:25:26 ID: 3ea170 No.18592 [Reply]
It annoys me to see when Christians fight over each other like calling any Catholic pedophile or Protestant fag lover. That makes us hypocrites.
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>>18777 The LORD promised the Church will prevail until the end times. Well....
>>18779 what if, Rome isn't the true church and this just a sign of nothing
>>18774 >through Peter God would tell us what is and is not a sin God alone has the authority to define sin and He did so in His law. The pope of Rome has absolutely no authority to add to His law. >It hurts me to hear protestants twist the plain meaning of the LORD And it hurts me to know papists do not read the bible, they only believe the lies they've been told. It is obvious you have never actually read Matthew since you have not read just 2 chapters later when the promise given in 16 is fulfilled and the Lord gives the keys to all of the apostles together "Truly I say to you (plural), whatever you (plural) bind on earth shall have been bound in heaven; and whatever you (plural) loose on earth shall have been loosed in heaven." >Insults and semantic arguments, claims that the LORD was babbling about rocks, I've heard them all and it's just painful. The idea that the plain meaning of Matthew 16 has something to do with the management structure of a medieval corporation based in central Italy is incredible, and would have been quite a shock to the early Church, almost as incredible as making the claim while refusing even to pretend to defend it. This is not what a "plain meaning" is my friend, this is called a tradition of men, which one is utterly consumed in so that they take it for granted and reading the text of scripture so presume it they insert it wholesale into a text which knows nothing of it. You see the papacy here only because that is your tradition, but nobody without already being familiar with it has ever derived the papacy from this text, because it is not there.
Stop acting like threads aren't always derailed by some catholic kvetching like a jew about protestants. Every single time, something that has nothing to do with denominations at all, something that Christians don't even disagree about, some catholic will show up to kvetch about prots.
>>18956 It's the same thing on 4chan too, especially the Bible threads on /lit/ when those were still allowed.

Anonymous 09/13/2022 (Tue) 07:56:10 ID: c9d795 No.17910 [Reply]
I believe revelations will happen in our lifetimes. Get ready to die for Christ.
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>thousands of years of worshipping fictional skydaddies I wonder if in the future people will use "you can't prove Superman and The Avengers aren't real!" as an argument.
>>17910 I have had visions of there being many martyrs in America over this past year and a half. I hope it is not true, but given that our persecutors hate anyone who upholds the Faith, I fear that those who submit to them will never know God.
Yes. It's about to get nasty. A Catholic was arrested the other day by the FBI for shoving a Moloch baby killer who got in his face. That the Satanist Gaia worshipers plan on murdering 7 billion people leaving just half a billion slaves was etched in stone until someone (probably the owners) blew up the Georgia Guidestones. President Obama's "Science Czar" was co-author of a book on how to exterminate 7 billion people. This is a real plan. You're going to die, it's just a matter of how and when.
>>18314 Why are Torpedos allowed to post here anyway? They don't make any good posts ever. It's always just some LGBT pedophile.

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christian identity Anonymous 10/04/2022 (Tue) 17:51:05 ID: 8bf762 No.18902 [Reply]
discussion for christian identity;merely analysis and discussion without endorsing it. How big is the movement and does it pose a real problem/danger for USA communities? is it a fed honeypot?(im not from usa) >im interesting in tracing their Dual Seedline theology and Mud Beast doctrines from a historical where-when point of view I also know for a fact theyre a more evil offspring of brit-sh israelism.
>>18902 This is probably the best exposing of the seedline doctrine I have seen and it's written by a proponent of Christian Identity as well. https://missiontoisrael.org/didshe-pt1.php
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>>18903 >satan-cain seed is a talmudic doctrine Whom do they (orthodox jews)identify as cain-spawn,tho? Is it same stuff with military rabbis wanting to genocide "amalek"(gaza people)?
Wait, are there more trolls in this board than Christians? Asking for a Friend.
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>>18913 I'm both, but I rarely post here, but I also use demonology and other things considered to be black magic by most churches so it's all a matter of subjectivity as long as God The Creator comes before all other Gods.
>>18919 be careful anon, I dont even do black magick and I have a succubus stalker ever since I do nofap

Rant about my failed Christian life, woman and God. Anonymous 07/27/2022 (Wed) 03:29:54 No.14879 [Reply]
I feel like God won't give me a girlfriend and i know how pathetic this topic is (if i wasn't anonymous i wouldn't be talking about this) but it's a big part of my dream in life to have a pretty girlfriend, and i had one when i was a teen but she became difficult and i was mean to her as payback and the relationship went bad, after i left, she became a huge whore and slept with every guy her brother brought home. How do i know the same won't happen with whatever conservative woman that takes a chance on me? Mark 10:8 and the two will become one flesh.’d So they are no longer two, but one flesh. 9 Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.” I don't understand this because men and women have clearly been separated, many have been divorced. There are some awful men and women out there. Since God won't give a girlfriend i become my own pathetic idea of a lustful God through porn, and make sex accessible to me, and in doing so i don't need anyone. But my porn addiction has hurt some of my relationships and almost got me arrested had it not been for the mercy of God and other people. You can see how this is becoming a dangerous self fulfilling prophecy. I don't think i can stop masturbating, almost all my life is lewd entertainment, i don't think i can stop, i claim to be Christian but don't follow Jesus, i rather not speak of convictions because i am not an example of holy living. I claim to be against the satanic world but i also indulge in porn, the male side of the modern world. What time i spend not using porn i spend studying the bible with other Christians, Christianity is my hobby not my moral compass, and i have failed it. Some women complain that men only want them for sex, yet at least that is something, women don't want anything from me. Why did God have to make women and men duel each other for sex. I feel like it's a hopeless situation, women are almost biologically designed to value whoredom and our society promotes that.
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> a big part of my dream in life to have a pretty girlfriend, and i had one when i was a teen but she became difficult and i was mean to her as payback and the relationship went bad, > God doesn't give us what's bad for us e.g. "a pretty girlfriend". >Since God won't give a girlfriend i become my own pathetic idea of a lustful God through porn, Don't blame God for your exercising your free will in a bad way. Pray for a wife who is a good Christian, does her Christian duty, and will help raise your children in a Christian life. This is why Catholics, per the Book of Job in the Bible, pray to saints. Saints are servants of God. If our prayers asks for anything bad for us or the church (like take our cross away) then the saint cleans it up and prays to God to give us something good. >>18850 It was the devil, not God, that tempted Jesus Christ in the desert with money, power and fame. yes, the meek shall inherit the earth. I don't get those who think God is a genie that just grants wishes. God looks to giving you every opportunity to choose heaven and not hell. But if you're stuck on hell.
>>18873 >It was the devil, not God, that tempted Jesus Christ in the desert with money, power and fame. >yes, the meek shall inherit the earth. >I don't get those who think God is a genie that just grants wishes. OP isn't asking for money, power, fame, or to inherit the earth. He is asking for basic human sustenance. To that end he should be praying the Lord's Prayer and believing in it.
>>18880 Did Christ have a woman? How is a "Pretty woman" as a girl friend "basic human sustenance"? It's not. Only two apostles were married, and one, Saint Paul, put his Wife aside to do the Lords work. Christ's context of "bread" was bread is His body. Better to pray and give thanks for what you have rather than ask for things that you don't need. Give thanks for a roof over your head, food to eat, water to drink because many people don't even have that. Pray for them, not for a "pretty woman". Better to pray for a Christian wife than a pretty girlfriend.
>>18918 >Did Christ have a woman? How is a "Pretty woman" as a girl friend "basic human sustenance"? There were several women that followed Christ, among them Mary, Mary, Mary, Mary, Mary, and Mary. And God created woman for the companionship of man (Gen 2:18). >Christ's context of "bread" was bread is His body. Words can refer to multiple ideas and St. Jerome translated the adjective attached to the bread of the Lord's Prayer as both superstantial bread and daily bread between Matthew and Luke. We ask Christ for both our physical and spiritual sustenance by the verse. >Better to pray for a Christian wife than a pretty girlfriend. Usually one seeks a girlfriend to become a wife. You are right in admonishing OP's genie logic however.
>>14879 God won't stop giving me dreams about the love of my life. He won't even let me know why I love her so much when I should hate her. This isn't even the worst part of the dreams. I'd go into the details, but there's not much point to that, the dreams are nothing sexual or even lustful though. I will say she's been married so I don't know why God keeps giving me these damned dreams. I could also go into how her friend used me too, but why bother. In my experiences, women are heartless and many of them derive pleasure from abusing and even destroying men. And most of them are brainwashed to be like this from a young age by MTV and Yidsney and the menace of the movies and the governmental schools which promote promiscuous sex and even sodomy and all the rest of it. Even kids shows and movies are full of feminist nonsense (it's so prevalent, even many of you wouldn't notice it at first), and feminism is a curse from God against men who failed in their Godly duties, I'd quote the scripture right now but I'm too depressed from this damned dream to have the motivation to do it. Where are you even supposed to find a nice honest woman to wife that isn't some 35+ year old whore who spent the last 20 years sleeping with every guy from here to Timbuktu but decided now's a good time to settle down and exploit a nice guy? All the good ones get married off when they're still young and fertile (which is the whole point of marriage), the rest of them seem to "chase careers" after 4+ years of whoring out in college, then only want men who make more than them for their love of money so they can stay at home and use their husband as an ATM. Even if you wanted to go for an 18 year old straight out of HS and even with her father's permission, she's already been brainwashed to believe partying and swinging and being a whore is "liberating" and "progress" and whatever other nonsense from media, peers, and even teachers.

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Anonymous 10/02/2022 (Sun) 07:17:43 ID: b828aa No.18675 [Reply] [Last]
What is the best Orthodox Bible in English or Spanish for a curious Catholic? I really have no idea where to start. Bonus points for epub.
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>>18932 Criticism only teaches if there is corresponding shame on the part of the guilty party. >this is really wrong I can see why a leftist infiltrator would say this. >>18933 It isn't that you believe in something bad, it's that leftists are infected with parasitic brain worms and any attempts to tolerate them will only lead to further contamination.
>>18935 "It's not that you're lost, it's that your lost" How convincing.
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>>18936 "Lost" implies a flawed soul that seeks redemption. A leftist is not so much a lost soul as a creature born without a soul at all.
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>>18937 >>18936 Also, you are mistaken if you think my goal is to convince you.
>>18675 >Orthodox Bible in English or Spanish for a curious Catholic The blind leading the blind.

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Anonymous 09/03/2022 (Sat) 18:12:10 ID: 8e281d No.17315 [Reply]
I am a Catholic that is considering Protestantism. Since I have been trying to be Catholic my conscience is always burdened by sin in an effort to maintain a 'state of grace' and I have increasingly inclined to consider that a sisyphean task as my conscience is seemingly too feeble for that. Catholic apologetics always criticised Protestantism as 'easy believism', but ironically enough that view has become more attractive to me, but now I realise that view is a fringe belief among mainline protestants. So what is even the point of being Protestant if you still have to have works to maintain your salvation?
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>>18874 >Who is God protesting to?! There is no higher authority above God for God to protest. The Son to the Father, "for My Father is greater than I" (John 14:28).
>>18881 In a way, you can say that Jesus was Protesting under the meaning of testifying FOR something. Not all who testify for something are of one of the now thousands of human made Protestant religions. Thus claiming that Jesus was a protestant because he protested against the false religion of the talmud is an error.
>>18881 One God, three persons. I asked who God is protesting "against" to? protest prə-tĕst′, prō-, prō′tĕst″ intransitive verb 1 To express a strong objection to (something). 2 To participate in a public demonstration in opposition to (something): synonym: object. 3 To promise or affirm earnestly, as after being doubted. Yes, it is from one of those Dictionaries made from lazy English majors who believes that if enough people use a word incorrectly, the meaning of the word changes.
>>18917 Yes, one God, three persons. He is protesting against, objecting to the religious authorities and passing judgement upon them unto the Father. The Father did not take on flesh. Jesus being fully God as the Son, was also fully man incarnate in the flesh, Son of God and Son of Man, and he related to the Father as a man would while on Earth. We see this in instances of Jesus praying to the Father and in his saying to the disciples that he will ask the Father to send the Spirit in John 14:16. So you seem to deny the personhood of Christ that you should ask, "who God is protesting to," for you should also then ask, "who God is praying to" and "who God is asking to send the Spirit," and the answer in both is the person of the Son to the person of the Father, who together along with the person of the Spirit is one God.
>>17412 >muh church fathers You follow men instead of God or Christ. You can read all about the early church in the NT too, they never worshipped idols and kissed statues/paintings of mary or "patron saints". They didn't even have their own churches, they were still worshipping in the synagogues on the Bible sabbath as stated in the NT. It wasn't until persecution against jews and persecution from jews against Christians that they had to leave the synagouges and decided to change times and laws Daniel 7:25, and when Rome instituted its sunday rest, the vast majority of people still kept God's laws over man's traditions. It's funny, how many times Christ was given an opportunity to say sabbath didn't matter anymore, that there are only 9 commandments now, but instead he only ever argued about what was lawful to do. There was never any debate over whether or not it mattered, he was only ever accused of breaking the sabbath by healing but he clarified that was lawful to do as it is good. Yet practically all of you will argue against God's law in defense of your tradition. It really boils down to who you worship and who you follow. You either follow God and His laws or you follow men and his traditions. It's a really simple choice, you either get the Seal of God or you get the Mark of the Beast. There are only two choices. You'd better get right with God (your fraudulent church organizations are not God, same for RCC and JW and Mormons and whatever other fake Christian cults out there).


Anonymous 10/01/2022 (Sat) 16:00:04 ID: 7f2cef No.18622 [Reply]
The Jews are not the ultimate enemy, Satanism is, and the Jews fall under the Satanic umbrella. Jews are only one of the groups in power subverting the world, while satanism encompasses any group with secret rituals or magic practicing or worship of a satanic entity (any non-Christian God), any group that goes against God by trying to confuse the genders or make woman higher than men, or legitimize homosexuality.
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Christ the LORD said the Jews were the Synagogue of Satan. Are we saying Christ was wrong? Why even post here then if we think Christ was fallible? And in looking at the world today, it's pretty clear that Christ was absolutely right.
>>18636 Not all of them, but a worrying number of them are.
>>18810 >Are we saying Christ was wrong? YesChad.png
>>18810 Jews that reject Christ are the Synagogue of Satan. Anyone who is not of Christ is of the devil. This includes atheists and others who make common cause, knowingly or not, with demons. Jews are not some unique inherently evil group, many of them embraced Christ when he came to this world and understood that the New Covenant had come. If you maintain that all Jews are somehow evil by nature, you blaspheme the Lord, his apostles and the prophets.
>>18810 Synagogue is a Greek word meaning assembly. They were literally assembling to serve Satanic ends in trying to put him to death. There are many Satanists in this world as >>18924 says

QTDDTOT Anonymous 03/28/2022 (Mon) 15:32:23 No.6836 [Reply] [Last]
Questions that do deserve their own thread. You know the drill. Questions that don't deserve their own thread go in their own threads. Questions that do go here.
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>>18869 You fell and sinned too since this website is filled with porn. >But I dont look at it! Like Paul says, you have to FLEE from sexual immorality.
>>18869 I want to add on to the advice of this anon. The Greek word for flee that Paul uses doesn't merely mean run away, but also to seek refuge from. So they are right that you should flee from sexual immorality, but for your better understanding you ought to conceive that in being sin it is like a deadly beast or a wolf. And knowing that sin has the power to carry you off to death, you shouldn't dare go near it, however tempting it may be. As much as God is willing to demonstrate his mercy, the devil seeks opportunity to condemn. That you might draw near the devil's bait and avoid his trap one time, does not mean that you will be able to when he draws you near in a weaker state of mind at another. Make a habit of pursuing virtue, and you will have no reason to doubt your standing before the Lord.
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does catholic Modesty compell me/should I, buy a larger size of clothes(shirt,even pants) now that im getting broader and bulkier? I feel Im very thinly clothed since Im getting heavier due to lifting heavy. How do I get clothes that are modest yet not hip-hop baggy ?
>>18906 Potato sack and a rope
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>>18793 >You're as good as interpreting out-of-context bible verses as larpagans. Okay, what did Jesus mean then? >>18853 That's not what Jesus thought. Or St. Paul, who said they (and unmarried celibates) were more likely to go to Heaven, because they could focus more on God instead of God and marriage.

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Anonymous 08/10/2022 (Wed) 14:49:23 No.16005 [Reply]
Can it work with any old wine and bread?
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>>18908 >This is what it means when He says "I am the bread of life", He is no more a wheat product But I want to believe in impanation and that Jesus incarnates as bread every Sunday! /s
>>18875 Not sure why so many protestants like to deny the Words of Christ, but it's what they do. The matter in the sacrament is the body and blood of Christ, made so by the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass out of bread and wine. It has a supernatural counter part, just like the water in baptism washes the body, the supernatural part washes the soul and leaves a mark saying the baptized belong to Christ. >>18875 An interesting hypothesis that fails because NONE of the people involved were Romans nor were they interested in pagan beliefs in the least. okay, you folks don't believe Christ and ridicule those who do. This was expected.
>>18912 Big difference between denying the lies of Rome and denying the words of Christ.
If it's not done within an Orthodox Church under an Orthodox bishop, it's not a valid sacrament.
>>16005 God does not dwell in temples built by men's hands.

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Anonymous 07/22/2022 (Fri) 06:12:11 No.14460 [Reply] [Last]
https://bannnedb.github.io/Religious-values-test/ Take this test to see where you stand religiously.
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It fits well
>>18845 Wow, those are very secular results indeed.
>>17646 >Threats of murder. Divisive bait?
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>>18866 It's just standard course for the heathens, they really hate Christ and all who follow him instead of the world or silly men in silly robes like the boylover pope.

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i hope you are doing great :) anowon 07/29/2021 (Thu) 19:26:54 No.5309 [Reply]
hello whoever you are! i dont really you know.. KNOW anything about you. but i do know that you are special. you mean something to someone out there. even if you dont feel like it now, you are worth something. eberrything you do, eberrything you say, eberrything you want to do or aspire to do, means something to someone out there. if you're stressed right now, relax, you deserve a break. eberryone does. surround yourself with friends that care about you, because one day you will feel like complete caca, but its good to have friends to fall back on if something like that ever does happen. again, i dont know who you are. you might have someone special in your life or not. who knows, but if you dont.. thats fine. because one day, fate will fall upon you and you will find someone that loves you near and dear. you will find that someone that you can cuddle in bed with on a rainy day. so come on anon, chest out chin up and get out there and accomplish your dreams! we love you, random anon. we will always accept you and you are loved no matter what. <3
Thanks for this post Anon, I appreciate it. I wish you all the best and that you get what you need in life as well!
>>5309 You so sweet.
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thank you friend. i wish you and eberryone in this thread the berry best. i know that in the end it will all be okay.
this was a beautiful read thank you anon xx

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Bugs, Issues, and Changelog, #2 Anonymous Board owner 10/21/2021 (Thu) 06:34:30 No.15218 [Reply] [Last]
This is the second thread in which you post about things you notice that are wrong that aren't "it's slow". If something is fixed or changed, it'll be posted here. Previous thread: >>18
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>>15891 Could you please enable [code] markdown on /meta/ as it's a board used to talk about technical issues and anon are more likely to share code snippets here. Just a suggestion.
There are two CP spam posts on /k/, please remove those
how often is /k/ backed up
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Why do young adults protects Gays so much? Anonymous 09/10/2022 (Sat) 20:37:02 ID: 02a868 No.17783 [Reply]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXeU9nUs7I8 This Catholic found some research about what non-Christians think of Christianity and the five words that come up is Judgmental, Bigoted, Homophobic, Elitist, and Hypocritical. Do they not even look at it from the Christian perspective? Gays are not even a racial minority, it's a manufactured identity of a sin that they choose to indulge into (it's only recently that they became an type of personal identity). They also impose this identity into Christian churches despite going against Christianity itself.
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>>18633 Which is why we must cut our support for the the "t" and divert it towards the lgb, in order to oppose the mudslimes.
>>17783 > Do they not even look at it from the Christian perspective? Do those who kill, lobotomize and expell their gay children? It all comes back.
>>18666 You do realize there are many more sexual orientations than those four right? Also https://www.iranlgbt.com/ lol
>>18666 It's all an abomination, like you, you unrepentant freak.

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Anonymous 05/26/2021 (Wed) 02:14:25 No.3340 [Reply] [Last]
What happened to /kind/?
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>>4268 I can't wait! Please do your best!
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So I take it 2kind is down? The website only returns an image.
>>4275 It was pulled by the host. Next site will be up soon. Progress is a bit slow, but there shouldn't be any issues once things are prepared.
>>4276 Why was it pulled? Couldn't they have waited until there's a replacement?
>>4277 They had personal reasons for doing so. Unfortunately, time wasn't a luxury that they had.

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So anons, how's your life going? Anon 07/09/2021 (Fri) 20:33:28 No.5219 [Reply] [Last]
Me, I'm thinking of getting the ASVAB because well... I don't exactly know where to go in my life than just being a neet and I don't want that. Might as well make my self useful huh
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Beginning to discover Christianity. Berry difficult here at the start, while still addicted to 2D & 3D lewdz as well as being a lazy brat overall. And prone to information overload without putting any of it into practice due to being overloaded with information.
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This stays on my chest all month.
>>7588 What is it?
>>7590 Heart monitor. Had berry high blood pressure readings, over 180/110 some days, without three different prescriptions.
>>7054 you can usually fix the hinge by tightening the hinge brackets inside of the laptop

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Adam Green / Know More News Anonymous 09/21/2022 (Wed) 17:06:31 ID: beb696 No.18287 [Reply] [Last]
There's this guy named Adam Green who makes a lot of anti-Christian content on Odysee and Bitchute. He's only really a big deal in the dissident right with around 27,000 followers. Recently he had a debate with an orthobro on The Crucible. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_wUIrsAGQk His content is just your typical "Christianity = Da Jooz" stuff, but he brags a lot about how (supposedly) Christians can't answer him. He also talks a lot about Kabbalah and Talmud stuff where he tries to connect it to Christianity. Do you guys know about any major Christian response to him? I know he had debates with E. Michael Jones and with Myles Poland, but is there any other notable attempt at responding to him?
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>>18638 >Eusebius Actually, he was born in 260 AD. So much for "contemporary" >Tacitus Out of all the people you promote, it's the forgery you promote as evidence. Debunking it is as easy as falling off a log. https://ia802801.us.archive.org/6/items/tacitusandbracci09098gut/7tcbr10.txt Nor would Tacitus have erred in using the anomalous expressions pointed out by Nicholas Aagard in his treatise about him, entitled "In C.C. Tacitum Disputatio." Tacitus would never have written, as in the Fourth Book of the Annals (56): "missa navali _copia_, non modo externa ad bella"; he would have used the plural instead of the singular; and, just as he would have used "copiis" instead of "copia", he would have used "ejus" for "sua" in this passage in the sixth book (6): "adeo facinora atque flagitia _sua_ ipsi quoque in supplicium verterant":--we know that he would not have constructed an adjective in the positive when it ought to be in the comparative, as: "_quanto_ quis audacia _promtus_" (An. I. 57); for we have almost just seen how in such a phrase he properly constructs _promtus_ in the comparative: "_tanto_ ad discordias_promtior_" (Hist. II. 99). >VIII.--He now and then forgets himself by using words that clearly never could have been known to Tacitus, because they were words that sprang up in an after age. Thus on one occasion he is led into this error from the desire to express a poetical idea by a poetical word: just as Statius writes "distinctus" in the sense that his predecessors of ages before had used "distinctio": >Josephus Pic related lol. >disturbances at the instigation of Chrestus Suetonius puts Chrestus (not Christus) in Rome (not Jerusalem or anywhere else in the Levant) during the reign of Claudius (not Tiberius) in a story that bears no resemblance to any story we have about Jesus. As far as the other "sources", I don't care about. I don't give a shit about what pharisees have to say
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You're casting pearls before swine, Christbros. Leave those autistic niggers with Down syndrome alone, no good will ever come of spoonfeeding them with information proving a point that's common sense anyway. You'll just waste your time and emotional energy.
>>18643 You're right anon. Tacitus used a time machine that allowed him to learn of words that he never could have knew otherwise. Makes perfect sense.
I have sympathy for christians, but I have no sympathy for christianity. That's honestly the best I can do. The only contempt I have for christians are the early christians because I believe that they were all kikes pushing philo semitism on the gentiles as an act of revenge for razing Jerusalem to the ground
>>18574 >The worst Christian emperors have ever done is kick them out of the country, after the populace had been robbed blind by them, which has done nothing but protect them from angry mob rule. The best example you can give is persecution by peasants. Demonstrably wrong. Heraclius in the 7th century ordered the conversion of the Jews after they rebelled against the empire. >Heraclius, assured by the Christian clergy that it was God's will and that a week of fasting would atone for any possible sins, ordered all Jews killed and all synagogues destroyed. >Heraclius ordered forced conversion for all Jews in the Byzantine Empire, but the order was carried out only in Carthage. Heraclius asked the king of the Franks to kill all Jews, but he refused. https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/heraclius Granted, this is an isolated case, but it shows you shouldn't make generalizations the way you do.

>>7597 Oops, I must have posted this accidentally.

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Establishment of infant baptism in the holy scriptures Anonymous 08/27/2022 (Sat) 09:12:55 No.16755 [Reply]
Those of you not in the Reformed world and even some of those who are may not be aware that we are currently in the Great Baptist Butthurt of 2022 following the statement on Crosspolitic (mainly from their guest) that Baptist theology is the cause of trannyism. I would generally tend to agree with them; while the statement may seem silly on its own merits understood in its actual context I feel it is vindicated. But since this controversy has reignited the baptism debate I feel motivated to finally put in the effort as I have been meaning to to demonstrate the biblical practice of infant baptism. Many evangelicals are swayed heavily by the Baptist error, and many even who are members of churches which baptize babies take for granted that there is no scriptural license for the baptism of infants, and believe that it is done from human practice rather than divine command. This is a tradition of men, which proceeds from the human tendency to polarize, in this case against medieval tradition, for which cause the reformers called them radicals. This human tradition taken to its most extreme form leads inevitably to damnable heresy and separation from Christ, as it historically produced the heresies of the Socinians and the neo-Arians. This unfortunate Anabaptist influence is most concerning in its wider impact on Christian thought which has led many Christians in this dark age to develop grossly unbiblical ideas of hermeneutics, ecclesiology, soteriology and even theology proper, among other things. Of the Baptists the least consistent and yet the heftiest of all are the Reformed Baptists, who maintain biblical doctrine and appropriate thought processes generally speaking but inconsistently with that are influenced to reject the baptism of the children of believers. Some of them allege that the reformers maintained infant baptism not because they were convicted by the testimony of scripture but because of the command of the state, which used baptismal records as a kind of census. This explanation seems silly to me, since it can take us only a few seconds to solve the apparent problem (simply go through the entire process, but without sprinkling the baby) it seems to do little but insult those great men of God to suppose that they could not, and it was never their tendency to allow Caesar's whim to dictate their theology even when it brought them into conflict. Also as often they for some reason single out John Calvin and say that his doctrine of baptism was a theological novum of the 16th century; this irrelevance I feel is plainly contradicted by the support we have from many in the early church, most obviously Augustine. It is absurd to suppose that because John Calvin's argument for infant baptism was not the emphasis of ancient sacramentology that therefore it was inconsistent. But while we are on the note of Calvin I would like to segue by noting my agreement with him, that "Should it appear to have been devised merely by human rashness, let us abandon it, and regulate the true observance of baptism entirely by the will of the Lord; but should it be proved to be by no means destitute of His sure authority, let us beware of discarding the sacred institutions of God, and thereby insulting their Author." I would begin by questioning the Baptists: whether baptism may properly be called a seal of the righteousness which the saint already has by faith? I think none but the most wily Baptists will deny it, for it is little more than an accurate description of the basic fact of baptism, but I think they are right to deny it for they know that such terminology when used in the bible is used not of baptism, but of circumcision (Romans 4:11). If this fact was no impediment to the children of believers receiving the sacrament of faith under the old law (Genesis 17:12), why should it be under the new? Seeing as God indeed ordered this sacrament be applied to children we must know when it was He was pleased to abrogate that command? But this brings us to a fundamental error of which all Baptists are guilty. They say that "baptism is an ordinance of the new covenant"; this I deny and instead affirm that baptism is a sacrament of the covenant of grace according to the administration thereof which is called new. While the accidents of the old and new covenants are very different indeed, the former consisting in shadows and the latter in the light of Jesus Christ, according to substance they are one and the same covenant of grace (Galatians 3:15-18), founded on the blood of Jesus Christ. For the old fathers always walked by faith in the heavenly promises of He who was to come, as when God first showed mercy to fallen man He did so saying "I shall put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her seed; and He shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise His heel" and thereafter He sealed this promise to them by clothing them in slain creatures to save them from the consequences of their sin. Consistent with their hard distinction between the covenants the Baptists argue that the difference between the covenants consists largely in that while the old covenant included many unbelievers, the new covenant is now exclusive to the elect. Continuing they say that only those who actually do believe are to receive the sign of the covenant. Sometimes the wiser among them will clarify that it is they who profess to believe that are to be baptized, but since this is not actually consistent with their argument from the covenant they will still essentially say that we are to baptize those who do believe. At this point their ecclesiology has broken down entirely, and they pretend the ability to see into men's hearts. For if only those who do believe are to be baptized then they are guilty of injustice when they baptize one who falsely claims to believe, and out of sheer consistency with this absurdity a shockingly large number of them are guilty of a more outlandish absurdity in repeatedly baptizing the same men over and over following apostasy and recovery of faith or even of a believer merely when he backslides and lapses. I ask of the two views is this not the one that is more consistent with an ex opere operato sacerdotalism? In divorcing the efficacy of baptism from the objective giving of the promise regardless of its significance to the recipient at that moment, they seem to conjoin the grace to the external sign and make it depend more on a kind of subjective magic, so that if one falls away after having received it the incantation must have failed and needs to be applied again. Contrary to the previous view we maintain that they are to be baptized who are externally members of the covenant of grace, which is the same thing as saying those who are to be baptized are the members of the visible Church of Jesus Christ. This 'visible' and 'external' membership is the only sort which mere men are capable of perceiving, I sincerely hope I do not need to cite proofs for that. The question now becomes whether the children of believers are members of their covenant, and the testimony of scripture compels us to answer in the affirmative, for our Lord says "Suffer the little ones to come to me, truly I say to you the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these" and with Him Paul agrees when he says that a believer's child is holy on their account (1 Corinthians 7:14). If it is objected that he also says the unbelieving spouse is holy, I answer that they are disqualified by any sort of true membership in the covenant on account of their active rejection of the truth which a baby is incapable of, but they are indeed counted as holy in a sense, as for the sake of their Christian family they are treated as if they were members of the covenant in this life insofar as they are made partakers of the same temporal and worldly blessings in the hopes that by them they might be led to repentance, just as old Israel was given the blessing of land to bring it to faith that would lead them to the country of heaven. And indeed we see from the consistency of the covenants that the children are members, for what God had promised to Abraham was "I will be a God to you, and to your seed after you"; likewise Peter after having preached "Repent and be baptized for the forgiveness of your sins" invoked that same Abrahamic promise, which would not have been lost on any of his Jewish listeners, saying "For the promise is for you and your children". If it is objected that the sentence continues "and for all who are far off, all whom the Lord our God calls to Himself" I answer that the citation has ceased at this point because the relevance of the verse to this topic has ceased. All three groups are defined as being 1. those whom the promise is for and 2. those whom the Lord our God calls to Himself. Consequently we must conclude that "you" here refers to those Jews which were hearing his words that did believe, and "all who are far off" refers to those Jews and gentiles not present who would believe. Since "you" and "your" are identical, "your children" means "the children of you who are believing". If it is further objected that the promise being for these children is contingent on the same grounds as those who are far off, namely, that at some point in the future they must actually believe, I answer that indeed if they do not believe but reject the truth they will be cut off from the promise, but in this moment it is truly "for" them; Peter has not said "For you and for children" but "For you and your children", meaning specifically at this moment it is (ἐστιν) for them specifically on account of their parents, and I trust nobody thinks there is something more special about these Jews than other Christians to receive such grace. It is not to be protested that the promise also is presently 'ἐστιν' for those who are far off as well, because they may be included in the present on account of their having been predestined before the foundation of the world. Furthermore as this is the repetition of the Abrahamic promise I note that foremost the promise that is being made is here primarily for the parents rather than their children, namely that He shall not abandon them, but will be a God to them and to their seed after them.

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>>18672 And?
>>18673 Don't play dumb. Chrismation is found in the New Testament, as demonstrated by the cited scripture. The Bible describes people baptized who had not yet received the Holy Spirit. The baptized then receive the Holy Spirit after the Apostles "laid their hands" , or in other words, after the Apostles charismated them.
>>18682 >Chrismation is found in the New Testament, as demonstrated by the cited scripture. There is no oil in those verses, and I imagine you do not start speaking in tongues after being chrismated The full context for Acts 8: "But there was a man named Simon, who had previously practiced magic in the city and amazed the people of Samaria, saying that he himself was somebody great. They all paid attention to him, from the least to the greatest, saying, “This man is the power of God that is called Great.” And they paid attention to him because for a long time he had amazed them with his magic. But when they believed Philip as he preached good news about the kingdom of God and the name of Jesus Christ, they were baptized, both men and women. Even Simon himself believed, and after being baptized he continued with Philip. And seeing signs and great miracles performed, he was amazed. Now when the apostles at Jerusalem heard that Samaria had received the word of God, they sent to them Peter and John, who came down and prayed for them that they might receive the Holy Spirit, for he had not yet fallen on any of them, but they had only been baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus. Then they laid their hands on them and they received the Holy Spirit. Now when Simon saw that the Spirit was given through the laying on of the apostles' hands, he offered them money, saying, “Give me this power also, so that anyone on whom I lay my hands may receive the Holy Spirit.” So obviously this is part of the extraordinary ministry of the apostles and the sign gifts given to confirm the gospel. This reception of the Holy Spirit was not the ordinary indwelling promised to every believer, but specifically refers to His granting of miracles during the apostolic age. Confirmation as a practice is scriptural and good, as it acts as a graduation for the children from the theological education of their childhood. In this sense it acts as a fulfillment of the Lord's command to teach the nations everything He has commanded us. However since a sacrament is a visible sign of a sacred thing and confirmation includes no sign (the practice of chrismation might be a very ancient tradition, but it was not established by the Lord) and it signifies no sacred thing, it strictly cannot be a sacrament.
>>16755 >john the baptist was a tranny

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Pre-Goolag YouTube Fellow Time Traveler 10/03/2020 (Sat) 17:51:14 No.848 [Reply] [Last]
YouTube was once also part of the old innocent, creative and fun internet when at worst people would make a video in the hopes of it getting viral. But that slowly changed thanks to the Goolag purchase which kept ruining YouTube at small steps and turning it into Cable TV 2.0 and Spotify 2.0 : >forcing people to move to Goolag account to keep their channels and their videos >complying with copyrightniggers as part of the mutual ass-kissing with the government >giving monetary incentives to "content creators" , aka self-important e-celeb faggots, which drawn greedy normalfag scum and later on were removed which in turn force these greedy normalfags to beg for Patreon gibs and get sponsorships to advertise even more shit on youtube >adding ads in the middle of the fucking video as if it was cable tv >letting big cable tv channels having accounts on youtube >removing full albums and songs from non-corporate music channels and reupload them as separate songs by a fucking bots >increasing censorship and removing comments and videos >disorganizing the comments section into a complete messy shitshow >usless redesigning of the site over and over again >changing the 5 star video valuation system to extra faggy like and dislike Let's reminisce of YouTube better days, whether it was a specific channel or video and so on...
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Speaking of Youtube alternatives does anon have any favorite Peertube instances they watch/upload to? The instance search kind of sucks and mostly comes up with instances for other languages even when you select English.
>>2296 >does anon have any favorite Peertube instances they watch/upload to? Unfortunately no and no. All the instances I've been on either have jewtube re-uploads or full foreign films/series, so nothing to see really. The lack of an algorithm doesn't help also. When I wanna upload videos or live stream I go to whatever instance has open registrations at the time.
>>2302 that sucks
>>848 I remember when I used to think Smosh and Fred were obnoxious faggots, but now I'd rather have that shit than the current trash on the platform. At least it was just teenagers screwing around vs Youtube pushing political agendas and corporate bullshit.
>>2603 I remember rage threads on /v/ around 2010 or so and how a lot of the stuff posted was just teenagers/autists having fun being stupid. Vids like Foam Adventure though one of the girls is a tranny now, or that one anime con clip with the girl yelling NYAAAA, or that video with two nerds doing a Kingdom Hearts larp. Back then this had us fuming. But now I just feel nothing. Sometimes it's even nostalgic in a way, reminding me of the times when autists were more innocent and didn't get themselves involved in political shit.

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Deliverance after death? Anonymous 01/13/2022 (Thu) 09:49:44 No.2825 [Reply] [Last]
It's generally understood that there can be no deliverance after death. Yet traditional Christianity has long upheld the doctrine of the Harrowing of Hell, that Jesus descended into Hell during His death to deliver the Old Testament righteous as they could not save themselves being under the weight of original sin. So it seems that there was a special case in which this applied. There is also the ancient tradition of prayers for the death. Now, without consideration of Roman Catholic dogmas of purgatory, was this a one-time event? That is, that Christ no longer harrows Hell, and those that die in ignorance of the gospel, for example, following His death and resurrection are condemned to eternal damnation? Or, being that Heaven and Hell are timeless, did in the Harrowing Jesus bring up all the men and women throughout history worthy of deliverance as per His judgement, and not just the spirits of those that died prior to His crucifixion?
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>>16013 I've been meaning to follow up on this discussion with Reformed poster for some weeks but previously did not have the chance, but there were some things I wanted to comment on to refine my understanding: >but some of those who were due for the lake will be delivered to life The default position of man without God, under original sin, is to end up in the lake of fire isn't it? I'm not trying to take a contrary position here, but I felt that the wording of "those who were due for the lake" suggests that only a particular group is heading for the lake, rather than humanity by nature without the grace of God. >When we go we serve as the King's heralds bearing His decree and ultimatum to His rebellious subjects. I think this is an interesting way of putting it in light of the previous statement, >but "Therefore go", the basis being "All authority has been given me in heaven and earth". That is, the great commission is not a command for us to go preach the gospel to people, but for the world to be baptized because He now commands all men everywhere to repent. For we know that the Lord knows what the fate of men will be, who will accept Him and who will reject Him, so when we preach the gospel as a decree and ultimatum, God knows which of His subjects will submit and which will continue in their rebellion, thus it is almost as a sentence in how they respond to it. Lastly in Mark 16:15-16, He does command us to preach the gospel for the sake of salvation: >And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.
>>17849 >for the sake of salvation* *that is, for the salvation of others
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>>2825 https://otelders.org/en/theology-and-spirituality/the-lord-pulled-his-father-out-of-hell-a-vision-of-elder-ephraim-of-arizona/?amp=1 This is a very interesting subject. Some believe the only reason that someone cannot leave hell is because, since they will be in great pain, they cannot truly repent; they will just repent to leave the fire. It seems as though, with great prayer, we can appeal to God's mercy and save souls from hell. I am not a theologian so I am hesitant to adopt this thought immediately.
>>2825 Purgatory comes from the Council of Lyons in 1254, before the Protestant split from the Christian Church. I'm wondering how that works... do the Protestants recognize a time when the Christian Church was true, or do they believe that there was no Christian Church until Martin Luther fetched his future wife out of the Nunnery in a Pickle barrel and they broke all their vows before God?

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Evangelizing the Jews Anonymous 09/07/2022 (Wed) 00:52:08 ID: f02acc No.17577 [Reply]
ITT: post resources and advice for refuting the Jewish religion and demonstrating that the Christian religion is the religion of the Tanakh. Real Messiah youtube channel (Rev. Dr. Michael Brown answers Jewish objections to Jesus): https://youtube.com/c/RealMessiah/videos Particularly good vid from the above, "Psalm 22 does not speak of death by crucifixion" https://youtu.be/5QdbLUKhVcE One For Israel youtube channel (Israeli Christians make arguments and counter-arguments against Judaism, also many testimonies from Jewish converts to Christianity) https://youtube.com/c/ONEFORISRAEL Some personal tips for evangelizing Jews from my own experience: firstly recognize that the Jews come in a few categories. Jewish atheists are not relevant to this thread, they should be dealt with as any other atheist. Some Jews will view Jesus as a wise rabbi, most who oppose you will view Him as a sorcerer (this should not surprise you as we see much the same division between the unbelieving Jews in the gospels). Some Jews will be more or less informed about their religion and ours, but the ones to watch out for are those (typically orthodox but probably at least conservative) who are highly educated on this topic and make it their mission to oppose you, the counter-missionaries. You ought to be well read yourself in theology and the Old Testament before you argue with them. Isaiah 53 is generally not the best place to start, not because it is a weak point for us or that it does not actually point to Jesus but because the counter-missionaries can reply to it in their sleep, you won't get anywhere by getting the opposition to rehearse. Your best bet is to 1. demonstrate the inconsistencies of the Jewish religion with the Old Testament scriptures and 2. hit on lesser known Messianic prophecies which are clearly fulfilled in Jesus. For example of point 1 the fact the Jews have no priests and offer no sacrifice, yet this is the foundation of biblical religion. They will respond to this in two ways, they will attack this biblical truth by attempting to set certain scriptures which denigrate sacrifices and which especially exalt repentance against the scriptures which require sacrifice. Answer by pointing out how men always offered sacrifice to God even before Abraham, as Cain and Abel did. Explain the failure of their interpretation of the other scriptures, for example how the blood of goats and calves was indeed worth little, the only fit offering was that of the Son of God Himself. The other attack they make is to boldly dismiss the necessity of sacrifice out of hand by boldly asserting that sin offerings were only for unintentional sins, this particular response can be cut down with the mere citation of Leviticus 16, but if they persist you should exegete that scripture to keep them from twisting it. An example of point 2 is how scripture repeatedly prophesied that He would convert the gentiles e.g. Micah 4. This is a particularly good argument for us gentiles, because we can cite the example of our ancestors who once worshipped false gods whom we have long since forgotten. There have been many false messiahs and the Jews will agree with this, they never did anything like fulfill this prophecy, so how can Jesus be a false Messiah when through Him I now worship the Lord and not Wodanaz, whom my ancestors have forgotten for a thousand and a half years? The Jews will assume, assert and act like their religion is that of the Old Testament, and Christianity is something else. You must not let them do this. They splintered off from the truth and apostatized into a false religion, they have no right to any of the scriptures which are properly inherited by ourselves, God's covenant people. You must reprove and correct their presumption that they stand in the tradition of Moses even though it will bring insults and mockery at the least. Do not be ashamed or afraid to assert the authority and legitimacy of the New Testament revelation, or its consistency with Old Testament revelation, or the sharp inconsistency of the Talmud with the Old Testament. But you also should not unnecessarily offend them; be willing to write G-d instead of God, call the Old Testament the Tanakh, and absolutely do not use the divine name unless you truly have no alternative. Do not go out of your way to offend them, the gospel is offensive enough.
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By the Council of Basel, you have to be designated by a Bishop before you preach to the Jews. The laity is to the stay away from Jews, Pagans and heretics who would corrupt their faith. Consider that Good King Charles I was beheaded by the Protestants who let the Jews back into England that King Charles had driven out. Cromwell was bought and paid for by his Jewish lords. The results are that Protestant Freemasons will corrupt the faith. yes, I'm looking at their Marian Apparitions.
>>17598 >Getting rid of Jews won't erase evil. Christ said they were the synagogue of Satan and they murdered Christ with their false witness, forcing Pontius Pilate to sacrifice an innocent Jesus in which he could find no fault. Jews who accepted Christ are called "Christians". I'm not saying that we should get rid of Jews, I'm pointing out that Christ, Church Tradition (e.g. Saint John Chrysotom) and the Council of Basel said keep them separate from the faithful. Yes, I know, Jews living among their own is like separating the wolves from the sheep.
>>18807 Rome has no authority.

Erotic imagery Anonymous 08/11/2022 (Thu) 03:22:24 No.16029 [Reply]
What does Christianity (Catholicism and Baptist especially) say about viewing fictional erotic imagery? Like, fictional pin-up girls, sexualized characters (whether viewed alone in or media like videogames or whatever), maybe even hentai (no masturbating, though). Not including examples in OP post cuz I don't want people who don't want to see that stuff to have to see it. (btw I'm going to bed soon, so I probably won't really be replying until tomorrow evening... if I still remember to check this thread by then.)
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By the law of Moses, such images are a temptation to the venial sin of spilling your seed. The proscribed penance is to admit you are unclean and to walk around the perimeter of the camp of the faithful until nightfall. Then you are clean once again. Unlike adultery, it is not a mortal sin. To avoid such temptation, one should get married and produce lots of children, provide for their families and raise them in the faith.
>>18601 Where in the Bible does it say any of this?
>>18671 From experience of discussing the faith with protestants, I've learned that digging out the quotes doesn't matter at all. If it did, they wouldn't be protestants.
>>18671 Leviticus 15:16-18 16 “If a man has an emission of semen, he shall bathe his whole body in water and be unclean until the evening. 17 And every garment and every skin on which the semen comes shall be washed with water and be unclean until the evening. 18 If a man lies with a woman and has an emission of semen, both of them shall bathe themselves in water and be unclean until the evening.
>>18784 That was commanded of Jews.

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Christian anime thread Anonymous 09/09/2022 (Fri) 01:45:42 ID: a9ff60 No.17692 [Reply] [Last]
Talk about wholesome shows and cute waifus.
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>>18488 That makes me sad. For reference I am the guy who talked about marimite with him. I genuinely thought he was arguing in good faith.
>>18495 Nah, it's cool anon. I think they were genuine in everything even in their trolling. That's optimism from me, though.
>>18085 This is what anime leads to.
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>>18790 I fail to see your point. Are you implying that if we start watching anime we'll eventually start drawing stupid semi-sexual semi-blasphemous memes with an art style tangentially reminiscent of "anime"? Geez, you muzzies have such a wild imagination...!
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>>18792 It's clearly a joke. It's kinda funny too. This is what anime leads to.

Anonymous 07/29/2022 (Fri) 06:25:10 No.15035 [Reply]
Personally i am a Christian but this image stumps me, If God already knows our future why would he need to test us? Along with other common arguments for the existence of God and the problem of evil. It's not perfect but there is some good arguments there. Do any of you have any counter arguments, specifically to "If God already knows our future why would he need to test us"? I heard from an apologist about a book about freewill called "Chosen but free" on predestination vs Freewill, has any one here read it?
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>>15035 "Why doesn't God create a world with free will and no evil?" You're asking God to make square circles. This just doesn't make sense. Free will necessitates evil.
None of it is as easy as it seems. Especially the "Can God prevent evil?"-part. It's better to judge things by their fruit and evaluate atheism vs Christianity based on the impact it has on your personal virtue and life satisfaction. Yes this doesn't sound like coming from a theologian, but it's the most practical approach, and it has biblical support.
Unlike Judaism or even Islam, Christianity is a religion that deviates from it's jewish roots through the dualism of good and evil. While in the earlier jewish view G*d creates both good and evil, angels and satans, light and dark and example of which is >I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things. Here we can see a more absolute sort of Monotheism now compare that to Christianity where the source of Evil becomes a being other than G*d which they claim to be a singular 'Satan'. Which clearly shows a Zoroastrian influence, we even see such influence in Manichaeism, a religion derived from Christian thought. TL;DR Christianity solves the issue of G*d being evil through dualism, putting the responsibility of the creation of evil into another being, an Ahriman of sort, which they call 'Satan'
>>18021 >Our free will makes one of them real. Everyone has free will, so is reality a consensus? Who is really free?
1) Just go with it. You have to come to Christ as a child. A human brain can't possibly understand the omniscient God Almighty. 2) God created this universe. And he views it as 4 dimensional space time, seeing both the beginning and the end. We see time as linear and wonder how God can know the future.

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Meme Thread Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:43:06 No.10900 [Reply] [Last]
Please don't let this one die.
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>>10906 God loves us and tells us not to hurt each other and how to best live a happy life. If you love sin and wickedness, if you like hurting people, you won't like heaven. I have never died, so I have no idea what heaven and hell are like. I know God loves us and the wicked aren't in heaven. To me, that sounds like heaven. Don't blame God Almighty for giving YOU free will and expecting no bad to come from your defying the help of the LORD.
I just realized how memes use straw man fallacies and emotional appeals instead of human logic and reason. Humm.. no wonder so many of them, founded in ignorance and emotion, are so utterly ... wrong.
>>17865 top kek
>>18651 True that.

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/Y2KFG/ - Y2K Furry General Fellow Time Traveler 04/21/2021 (Wed) 23:31:56 No.1088 [Reply] [Last]
A thread for artwork and content of anthropomorphic animals characters (or "furries") from the late 1990s and early 2000s. Sources are encouraged. Resources: https://yerf.metafur.org/ http://us.vclart.net/vcl/ https://confurence.com/
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>>2561 >ye >ya I see that furries still try to maintain typing quirks as part of a quest to roleplay everywhere, all the time.
>>2565 >i found a channel with a meaningless username and no content after i was told exactly where to look for it Do you want a medal for being autistic?
>>2566 yes please daddy give me the chunky monkey
>>2559 >Even if someone wanted to reject modern furry culture, where the fuck would he go? How would he find any kind of alternative? Your best bet would be to visit old furry forums or BBS's that still exist and browse those. Otherwise create a new community with strict rules on what is or isn't allowed.

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Are people inherently good or bad? Anonymous 05/10/2022 (Tue) 16:31:37 No.10823 [Reply]
Does God's good creation exist within us or does original sin override that?
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>>10898 That argument is perfectly valid, but it isn't enough to counter the reality of a church where popes canonize each other as saints, you have to start doubting authorities somewhere and can't go full-on papist without losing your mind.
>>10823 The fall of man entails hard labor, warfare, disease and pains of childbirth. Many necessities that come with life as we know it today only came after the fall. There is no such thing as a good or bad man, man is inherently ambiguous, even before the fall, and he is given the choice to pursue good or bad. With life comes struggle for survival and personal fulfillment, much evil enters the soul and the soul lives in pain, fighting to pursue good or rotting away in degeneracy. With death comes judgement and with judgement justice upon the sinners. The repentant children of Christ are greeted with mercy and with love into paradise.
>>10826 some people who think they are doing wrong things thinking those things are good can go too far they become more evil without knowing it.
>>10823 >>10823 >Does God's good creation exist within us or does original sin override that? We were put here to answer that question for ourselves. That's free will. God's law is God's law. >>10871 Be careful what you wish for. >>10877 There are two Bibles given to us by the Holy Mother Church around the year 300. These were assembled from text under the divine inspiration and Guidance of God the Holy Ghost. One Bible is in Latin, and the other is in Greek. If you don't read Latin or Greek, get a good translation.
>>18658 >300 Lmao

About whether the Devil/Satan exists or not Anonymous 08/16/2022 (Tue) 10:02:35 No.16196 [Reply]
I've read this article/essay (supposedly written by Christians) about how the Devil/Satan isn't a real thing. https://christiansfortruth.com/how-the-devil-and-satan-are-defined-by-scripture/ It's hard to believe at first, but I wouldn't say it's too implausible either. What do you guys think? Please read the article/essay in its entirety before posting on this thread.
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Well I'm glad the non-existent devil will be tormented forever in the lake of fire. I definitely don't think you can read the accounts of Jesus and believe evil spirits were just mental illnesses not persons. What's even the point of describing impure spirits as going out of the body and wandering dry places talking about we are legion. And some of the article gets into the Old Testament God-only confusion. Because the Old Testament constantly refers to angels as YHWH and things like that. Which is why in Jesus' day the Sadducees didn't even think angels were independent beings but just God manifesting himself. Or when God sends a bad spirit to someone and so on. Satan is referred to as a person with schemes. There's also lots of allegory but you can get lost into too much allegory, like reading Jesus' parables and forgetting they are talking about real actual things and people like the Pharisees or Israel or God or himself. Real things even if it's allegory. Ezekiel 28 Even though many do this it seems far out for Word of the Lord to say to the King of Tyre you were in the Garden of Eden and you were a Guardian Cherub and have been cast down to Earth and all the rest of it. The King of Tyre was a man that the Word of the Lord rebukes but he also then goes on to rebuke Satan behind him the true king above the prince. Hell has prisons for example and there's many reasons to believe it's an actual place yet many will say it's not a place with latitude and longitude and definitely not within the Earth. "Hell is being apart from God it's all just spiritually you simply don't understand." things like this. It's all rather bothersome but he full truth will be revealed. Likewise some Christians even will say "Heaven is not a literal place with like houses and stuff oh you simple uneducated child. Heaven is that which is the hierarchy of state of being of the person toward God that which is beyond state being beyond that which beyond hierarchy of that which is right and path that which.... idiot!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RNWPkxTTx4 The article goes through the things which it thinks supports its idea. And I have no interest in going through everything else. But I think the devil is a spiritual being I think spiritual beings certainly exist that can move around the Earth. He is not omnipresent so he literally has to be somewhere right now doing something. You'll never cross paths you're not important enough but his demons are all over the place going here and there. Jesus says in Revelation the Devil had a throne which after was laying undisturbed for nearly 2,000 years until Germans began to dig it up and brought it back to Germany in 1901, but I don't think Germany suffered any ill effects from doing that. I don't know where Satan's headquarters would be now, it's fine not to get carried away either too much into demonology but nor the other extreme of saying these spiritual beings simply don't exist I mean we know angels exist because they literally interact with people in the Bible. And the devil is behind Baal and all the false Gods. The article does ignore as far as I see the most famous encounter not Job but Jesus' 40 days. I mean the devil is talking to him brings him up places and the idea would be what God is doing it, just dangerous to even think that.
A chance missed to post this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOVVN-9qbwc It's also interesting the similarities because the King of Tyre was claiming to be God. It's really the entire thing of Satan. From the snake in Eden. It's always about being God until the end where Paul gives the most important sign of the end times: Let no one deceive you in any way. For it will not be unless the rebellion comes first, and the man of sin is revealed, the son of destruction. He opposes and exalts himself against all that is called God or that is worshipped, so that he sits as God in the temple of God, setting himself up as God. Because the antichrist wants to be Christ. He wants desperately to be God and he wants to be the Godman. An Antichrist is a man whom Satan is behind working together in the way that God works in the believer with his spirit. Satan is only one spirit so he can only do one person one antichrist at a time where as God can do millions of people with his spirit that is so funny to me, God just humiliates the devil in every chance. There may be a million demons but there's a 100 billion angels. I want to bring up as well I have not read any of what Bible.ca has written about this but they seem very interested in mental illness and spirits. And I think there is a certain part of society a small world where people have seen true demonic possession and it's simply not some kind of mental illness I think the exorcist world has testimony enough to say there's a certain difference at a certain point where it's simply obvious evil spirits and possession are real. https://www.bible.ca/psychiatry/welcome.htm And we have Atheists, taking hallucinogenic drugs and things and calling themselves God, not the devil but calling themselves God and doing crazy things. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2DdG098lBE Drugs are called sorcery in the Bible. And you can say weeell what's really happening I mean how does demon possession even work anyway does it really make sense and temptation and all this I mean come on. Well God's Spirit you have to say can live in people and help and aid people and do all that. So. We might not be able to understand it, play a roller coaster tycoon 2 and read all the thoughts of the characters, to us they barely think and we can look at them and see all their thoughts and status. Yet from their perspective that's just insane and weird. https://streamable.com/3jx2hh
There is a group of Christians don't believe that devil is an actual being, i watched a debate about it, in the Old testament "ha-satan" is a title but in the New testament it's a name. It doesn't matter if Satan is real, the point is the rich and powerful do believe in him and are practicing satanists.
>>17508 Here is the debate btw, it's if Satan and demons are personal beings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=No87xbZ2_CM
>>16196 The LORD God cast devils into pigs. If you believe Jesus Christ is God, then you believe it when His Word says He cast demons into pigs.

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So what's the deal with Romans 11? Anonymous 09/17/2022 (Sat) 17:14:44 ID: e6710a No.18166 [Reply]
Is the olive branch God's grace or is it Israel's blessings?
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>>18220 >the idea that they are "damned by God" is just laughable Jesus damned the fig tree before going to the temple. Guess what the fig tree represented back then?
>>18226 So Christ, who came to save the world, damned the world before he came to save it. What was the point of His sacrifice then? >Inb4 "muh Pharisees and muh ebil" It's not the sheep's fault when the shepherd leads them astray.
>>18227 >What was the point of His sacrifice then? To put His will and testament into effect. Did you ever read the Book of Hebrews? For where a covenant is, there must of necessity be the death of the one who made it. For a covenant is valid only when men are dead, for it is never in force while the one who made it lives. Therefore even the first covenant was not inaugurated without blood. For when every commandment had been spoken by Moses to all the people according to the Law, he took the blood of the calves and the goats, with water and scarlet wool and hyssop, and sprinkled both the book itself and all the people, saying, “THIS IS THE BLOOD OF THE COVENANT WHICH GOD COMMANDED YOU.” And in the same way he sprinkled both the tabernacle and all the vessels of the ministry with the blood. And according to the Law, one may almost say, all things are cleansed with blood, and without shedding of blood there is no forgiveness. Hebrews 9:16-22 His sacrifice is the pardon for the righteous who receive Him and condemnation for the wicked who reject Him. >It's not the sheep's fault when the shepherd leads them astray. Let no one say when he is tempted, “I am being tempted by God”; for God cannot be tempted by evil, and He Himself does not tempt anyone. But each one is tempted when he is carried away and enticed by his own lust. Then when lust has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and when sin is accomplished, it brings forth death.  James 1:13-15
>>18251 Anon said that Jesus damned the Jews. If Jesus damned an entire population and their ancestors then that would defeat the entire point of His sacrifice. Saying that Jesus rebuked the Jews would be more correct and in hindsight I imagine that was what anon was trying to say.
Are we reading the same Romans 11? It starts by speaking of the wickedness of most Jews, and then goes on by speaking of the few thousand who kept the faith in the religion that Jesus restored. It is pretty plain that God's people are not those who have not bent the knee to Baal, but those who accept the Law of Moses and have faith in the Lord God Jesus Christ, true man, true God and the Messiah of humanity.

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The canon of scripture and sola scriptura Anonymous 09/19/2022 (Mon) 09:20:53 ID: 6e288b No.18239 [Reply]
My brothers, as the Antichrists of atheism come closer and closer to outright persecution of Christ's sheep, it is manifest that we are being forced closer and closer to those of false religions, who have always opposed our faith. I speak especially of the Romanists, whose hostility to the truth in general has not diminished, nor has their need to hear the only true gospel by which men may be saved. In order that you might have certainty, and to empower your proclamation of the gospel I have written up what I hope is a thorough refutation of their favorite attack on the truth which is also a refutation of most of the same objection when it is made by the atheists. The papists constantly for 500 years have pressed against us that we have no basis for believing in the authority of the bible, since this they say is contingent on the authority of the church. That is, they claim we have no legitimate reason to believe the books of scripture are scripture, so that we can have no more confidence in the canonicity of Matthew than of "Thomas". This they do because they recognize the reality of contradiction between their religion and the word of God, and see no alternative but to undermine and suppress the authority of the word of God so that it may be silent and condemn their pope and his underlings no longer. Consequently the papists are so assured of this attack that it is their preferred defense when their religion is shown to be in contrast with the divine religion beyond all doubt, it is the impenetrable fortress to which they retreat in order to justify their rejection of the teachings brought against them which they do not believe, but it is little more than a disheveled hamlet which takes away all doubt that their religion is from another spirit. The papists do not all present their attack in the same way. Some of the less intelligent and more shameless papists especially at the time of the Reformation have more consistent in their blasphemy accused sacred scripture of having no more authority than that of the koran apart from the nod of the pope. A few of them utterly without sense say that the books were not inspired until the church defined them as such. Most of them only deny that we may have knowledge of the books apart from the authority of their magisterium. But in all cases their purpose is to deny the authority of bible so the authority of the magisterium may take its place. We however say that the sole basis of the authority of scripture is its divine nature as the very words of God. The bible has absolute authority over all other sources because it is God speaking to man. To disobey it, is to disobey God. Now, there are but two styles of religion: human and divine. Human religion is conceived of from human wisdom and demonic lies, and because it is simply made up among sinful men, without any truth, and in rebellion to the true God, it is automatically false religion. Divine religion however is derived from divine revelation, it is a creation of the true God who condescends to man to deliver him the truth; it is automatically true religion. And while the true believers have not always had scripture, we have never been without His word, since He first condescended to our human weakness to guide His people through their sojourn in this fallen world, saying "Where are you, Adam?" Now the holy scriptures are in this age the sum and total of the words of God. Rome does not deny this, she cannot, lest the mask be thrown off and Satan revealed from behind the guise of an angel of light. And since the scriptures are the only God-breathed word which we possess, they absolutely must be the rule of faith and practice for the Church, the norm which norms all other norms, the standard to which alone the Church conforms. To introduce any other thing in addition to (and in place of) the holy scriptures as a source of religion is to make the religion human and not divine. The present papist attack which is made under the name of the canon is really an attack on the authenticity of scripture, for their attack is not different from questioning why Matthew is authentic and Thomas is not. We answer that first a distinction must be made between subjective knowledge and objective authority. For as we have established the sole cause of scriptural authority is the inspiration of God, this is not the cause of our knowing it, yet since that is the sole cause of its authority the causes of our knowledge will not impugn its authority in any way. Thus at the outset the attempt to prostitute their pope to us is cut down since they concede the inspiration of the scriptures, which makes the charge an irrelevance because it does not make the condemnation of scripture against them silent nor alleviate the tribunal of scripture upon them. There are numerous causes by which we come to know the bible, one of which is properly called tradition, not the pretended irreformable body of errors of Rome, but the mere passing down of Christian truth, as we come to possess the bible firstly only because it was previously possessed by Christians before us. Another is self-authenticating mark of inspiration impressed into the words of the text, which the regenerate man recognizes merely in the reading of it as he recognizes light by sight. Yet no matter what leads us to the knowledge of scripture nothing will convince us of its divine inspiration apart from the immediate grace of the Holy Spirit in raising us to spiritual life and granting us to believe, for "My sheep hear my voice and the voice of another they will not follow". Indeed mere ascension by human wisdom could never let us ascend to these heights of heaven, but only the condescension of God will bring it down to us. The papists will object and call this "subjective", but a subjective experience is not the basis of our believing, merely that which grants us to believe. Again, the reason I believe is the inspiration of the bible, and what allows me to believe is the grace of the Holy Spirit. First I believe, and then the bible tells me why I believe.

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>>18553 >Who proceeds from the Father, Fascinating.
The LORD God Jesus Christ said feed the hungry, give water to the thirsty, and love your fellow man and that faith is required. Protestants say "Ah! I don't have to do that feed the poor rubbish! Faith is all that is required!" The Bible says that the Bible isn't enough, you will not understand it without the Apostoistic Church and the Church gave you that bible anyway. Prostestants say that the Bible alone, throw out the Church created by Jesus Christ and everything in the Bible that shows that Christ came to renew the covenant broken by the talmud and the religion of man. It is amazing to watch.
>>18602 >The LORD God Jesus Christ said feed the hungry, give water to the thirsty, and love your fellow man and that faith is required. Protestants say "Ah! I don't have to do that feed the poor rubbish! Faith is all that is required!" >Prostestants say that the Bible alone, throw out the Church created by Jesus Christ and everything in the Bible that shows that Christ came to renew the covenant broken by the talmud and the religion of man. These are strawmen >The Bible says that the Bible isn't enough, you will not understand it without the Apostoistic Church and the Church gave you that bible anyway. And this is false
>>18626 This is false and a stawman. I win.
>>18602 The roman catholic cult is a religion of man, idiot.

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Anonymous 09/29/2022 (Thu) 00:51:23 No.4264 [Reply]
Does anybody know where the freech herd crowd currently hangs out?
Anywhere where they could postnatally speak in public quickly gets subverted/taken down.

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Anonymous 03/25/2021 (Thu) 14:33:37 No.1 [Reply]
Hello and welcome to coons.
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Why are coons so cute and adorable?
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>>746 It's the mask I think, plus those adorable boop-able noses.
>>777 it is also the ears and overall body shape
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/monarchy/ would like to request from /pro/ A jewel to put on our crown jewels. Any coon poster is welcome to present a jewel. w/ a name and a pic (if you want). These imaginary jewels will be compiled into a drawing of our crown jewels. Examples: </hispol/ >Understood. I gift to you, the "Great Lemon" jewel discovered in Baja California, México. Is in the St Edward's Crown. </b/ >On behalf of /b/ we offer for a jewel... >Fire.

QTDDTOT Anonymous 05/27/2020 (Wed) 00:45:34 ID: 32cb9e No.21 [Reply] [Last]
Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread.
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is anime haram?
>>404 If it doesn't contain anything bad in it, such as magic or lewdness, then I wouldn't say so ( and Allah knows best ). In general cartoons can help children to learn good moral conduct.
>>404 >>405 Film in general should be regarded with caution even if there are no objectionable themes. There are movies like Dirilis Ertugrul and the Message which have Islamic themes but I can't think of any Islamic cartoons that aren't for very young kids. You should stay away from Japanese stuff in general, Japan is a kufir country and their media promotes unislamic values.
>>409 Go away, cross worshipper.
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>>21 Is /islam/ active? /monarchy/ wants to request a jewel For our crown jewels. An imaginary jewel w/ a pic (if you want) and a name (if you want). Examples: Examples: </hispol/ >Understood. I gift to you, the "Great Lemon" jewel discovered in Baja California, México. Is in the St Edward's Crown. </b/ >On behalf of /b/ we offer for a jewel... >Fire.

Pagan myths and Christian myths Anonymous 08/03/2022 (Wed) 16:59:51 No.15585 [Reply]
Hope you're having a great time, anon. Let's talk about something silly: myths. Myths have existed for as long as mankind, or, at least, as long we'd been aware of ourselves. Plato complains about unserious poets writing amoral myths, and that I think something you should keep in mind - that ancient Greeks, at least the educated Athenian elite (and, presumably, their non-Ionian counterparts as well) did not believe in all the stories about Gods and Heroes literally (which means they're substantially smarter than modern Protestants). Well, have a look at this picture. I present you the modern myth - something every American and most 'kids' where the global Americanized culture reaches is familiar with. Of course, unless you're completely psychotic you know superheroes are fiction. But 'mythic reality' is in some sense more 'real' than sensual reality, and so you can see capeshit, Harry Potter etc employed in propaganda over and over again. I haven't watched a TV in the last two decades, but it's painfully obvious that TV 'series', in addition to many other adverse effects, also plays the role of a myth in a sense that it conveys role models for the watchers to follow. And that brings me to the final point: those myths are obviously pagan in nature. Sometimes, the more things change more they stay the same! What is the truly Christian myth? Resurrection, of course! (Calm your tits, cowboys - when I say resurrection is a myth, I do not imply it did not happen, but that it should be viewed from a mythic point of view, as a foundation of a whole belief and not as a mere historical factoid devoid of meaning). But has there been an attempt to create a retelling of this sole Christian myth in an attempt to counteract pagan influence, or are mainstream churches too comped to stand up for what they profess to believe in? And if not - what kind of story would you, anon, tell, if you had a chance to inject a new myth into the broader internet Culture? I think Kek might had been the closest we've come to it (despite pagan appearance, the themes of resurrection and vengeance on the evil-doers through making all their deeds vain is quite Christian, even if doom-and-gloom associated with that 'cult' is not), but the "kewl" kids have long since moved on and it's dead in the water. t. gnostic
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>>15767 this post is jewish
>>15767 This isn't cuckchan; Elaborate, thou son of perdition!
>>15767 Joshua 24 14 Now therefore fear the LORD, and serve him in sincerity and in truth: and put away the gods which your fathers served on the other side of the flood, and in Egypt; and serve ye the LORD. 15 And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD. Jeremiah 6 16 Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where [is] the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. But they said, We will not walk [therein]. 17 Also I set watchmen over you, [saying], Hearken to the sound of the trumpet. But they said, We will not hearken. 18 Therefore hear, ye nations, and know, O congregation, what is among them. 19 Hear, O earth: behold, I will bring evil upon this people, even the fruit of their thoughts, because they have not hearkened unto my words, nor to my law, but rejected it.
Has there been any modern show that directly tells the story of Christ in a modern format? As in movies/shows/games that have a deeper, undeniable meaning behind them that is quite clearly an allegory of Christianity?
Comic book super heroes are the invention of jews and reflect the Jewish messiah myth; that the messiah will come and smash the goyim and put the Jews in their rightful place as rulers of the world. Of course, in the desert, Jesus rejected the efforts of Satan to tempt the Christ to rule this world. What the jews want comes from Satan, not God Almighty. Okay, you consider that the resurrection is a myth that may have happened, as if Pontius Pilate didn't sacrifice Christ, who he knew to be innocent, to keep the peace between Jew and Roman to save many innocent lives including his own. The Jews didn't accept this sacrifice and were later utterly destroyed. (most Jews today are Khazars, not Hebrews) This sacrifice is also in the spiritual world as saving us from damnation and suffering by our own hands and wickedness. I reject your paganism and doubt.

Anon 09/23/2022 (Fri) 14:17:51 No.7558 [Reply]
What do u miss the most in your life rn?
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comradeship
Nightwalks as a kid.
Money.
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>>7572 iktf

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Meeting Christian Women Anonymous 09/05/2022 (Mon) 00:59:51 ID: 0880c1 No.17430 [Reply]
How does even meet good Christian women as someone in their twenties? At the church I go to, all of the girls are either too young (ten years younger than me) or are already married or dating someone. Most of the people I am friends with there have girlfriends and it is really making me want to have a female companion, especially since they keep saying that I need to find one. How did you guys find your girlfriends or wives? Up until now I've been basically just trying to find the Kingdom and hoping that all else will be added to me in time, which I still believe, of course. I've made a lot of like-minded male friends in the last year, but no women other than other guys' girlfriends.
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>>17430 Hobbies or Work, really just through the providence of life. But if you are desperate and want to cut to the chase you can do formal dating.
For me? Its waiting until artificial wombs are developed.
>>18568 not long now either. plus the odds of being able to grow more Christian men in a ziplock bag are much higher than the odds of finding a pure virgin Christian bride in a Western country so yeah, the answers are >artificial womb (100% likely within the next 50 years) SANDBOX MODE >third world country (but you have to accept that your bloodline will forever be worsened) EASY MODE >barter with a Christian family to marry one of their daughters HARD MODE >convert a reprobate woman into a God-fearing Christian INSANE MODE - TOO DIFFICULT FOR 99.99999% OF MEN since you cant turn a whore into a lady but through the power of God all things are possible (God must have predestined it success otherwise you're shit out of luck)
>>18568 this would be a sin? there is some way to extract the seed without indolging in masturbation or some reprobate method? >>18569 >groom a little girl and his parent Based mode >not getting your dick chopped off by some crazy relatives thats the hard parent
>>18606 I dont see how it would be a sin to go forth and multiply. God gave the science to mankind. If it is possible, it is in His glory.

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Anon 04/06/2022 (Wed) 08:13:23 No.6652 [Reply] [Last]
Post here when you visit /comfy/ Thread #6 Underwater Edition Previous >>4886
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>>7581 how do you mean?
>>7581 I'm on to you Pieman!
>>7581 I still prefer berry. Just like with the word "birb", it was good for a certain time period but I don't want either of them to replace the original ones. >>7583 >The girl toy actually had a series Ahh God what the quack. Doesn't look all bad either.
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Islam Thread Anonymous 09/03/2022 (Sat) 23:11:29 ID: 8287c9 No.17347 [Reply]
For discussions/debate/dialogue related to Islam.
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>>17423 This >>17570 LGBTQ people are savage brute beasts worthy of death. Go kys homo pedophile.
>>18144 >Is this the Arian monk John Damascene mentions? Yes. He's also known as Sergius in the Christian traditions such as that of Abd al-Masih al-Kindi, who as a Christian apologist. There seems to be ambivalence on whether he was some sort of radical Nestorian, or whether he was an Arian, though.
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God always chose the faithful who lived in a state of grace to spread his word. Never has God chosen a moon worshiping pagan and land pirate.

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Computers Thread Fellow Time Traveler 08/21/2020 (Fri) 04:41:24 No.803 [Reply] [Last]
Looks like none of the images in the catalog work. Let's get a fresh thread in here, focused on computers! I don't have pictures at the moment to share, but I got lucky today and picked up a nice big beige computer case. I'm assembling a new personal computer from parts that I got deals on, found in the junk heap, or that I was given by friends. So, I guess it's not really a /retro/ computer, but it will be in a /retro/ case, and I plan to get an adapter which will let me use a 3.5" floppy disk drive in there. The adapter plugs into the floppy pins, and presents a USB interface to the motherboard. That adapter is under $10 USD. In fact, I've seen an adapter card that will do the same but for 5.25" floppy disk drives. So, when I have more money, I should be able to have not only a 3.5" FDD, but a 5.25" FDD in my system, running alongside new solid state drives, Blu-Ray disc drives, and of course a few regular hard drives. It should be pretty fun. Again, no pictures yet but I will share with you guys when I can. For now I'll just post one from my collection. What have you guys been up to?
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>>2597 Interesting, I was a bit affraid the lack of softwares (some anon told me there are not as much as in Void Linux) but the default repository is well supplied. At least enough to fulfill my needs for this old laptop. I started to read some docs about programming for Haiku and I think if there was more dev at work, it would be a serious OS competing Linux disros. Also, I may not be accustomed to it but the window management is not very instinctive. I tried to tweak it to dark mode but I'm not totally satisfied with some details, after a read on the forum, I think I will try to build my own theme from source. Hehe, more things to play with ;)
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>>2599 As I read things here and there, just stumble on Serenity OS : ''A graphical Unix-like operating system for desktop computers! SerenityOS is a love letter to '90s user interfaces with a custom Unix-like core. It flatters with sincerity by stealing beautiful ideas from various other systems. Roughly speaking, the goal is a marriage between the aesthetic of late-1990s productivity software and the power-user accessibility of late-2000s *nix.'' Does any of you use or know it ?
>>2600 >Does any of you use or know it ? I build it from time to time to try it out. The UI used to have some charm, like the little arrows on the scroll bars, etc. but with recent changes it's nothing more than an unstable Windows 2000 clone. The "Unix-like core" or base OS isn't very interesting and most would be better served by a Linux or BSD. I don't understand why they're rolling a custom kernel for this.
>>2601 >I build it from time to time Could you upload an ISO? I want to try this.
>>2602 It builds onto disk image and auto runs itself in QEMU. No ISO.

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>>355 I cant tell a difference between any of the women. this picture sucks.
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>>369 Maybe drawings will help your broken eyes

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Comfy vidya thread Anon 06/27/2020 (Sat) 15:23:10 No.1760 [Reply] [Last]
ITT we discuss video games that possess the comfy factor. For me it's all manners of RTS games, taking time to gather resources and build a cool base is great fun. Driving games are cool too, I have fond memories of pic related (although I was pretty bad at it as a kid).
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If you Refresh on https://www.chunkbase.com/apps/seed-map enough times you'll come across seeds where you start near or right next to stony peaks biomes. Why is this good? You start next to huge amounts of exposed iron without having to go underground. For example, the first pic you start near three stony peaks so huge that you could spend over six hours just comfortably mining in peace.
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>>7518 By Refresh I meant Random, sorry for double-post.
>>1760 Pic related has amazingly unique comfy/sad vibes. You can spend all day just smoking if you want.
>>7547 This was absolutely brilliant, thanks Anon.
>>7547 I played this one when it came out, and I found it berry grindy :P

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Create-a-Team thread CLERMONT FOOT 63 02/28/2022 (Mon) 10:02:55 No.2945 [Reply] [Last]
In order to clean up the catalog a bit, you can use this thread to talk about the new teams you want to add to the cup and general management of the rosters. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS (PES 2017 rules) >A link to the board for which you want to submit a team >16 (max. 23) Player Names (the first 11 shall be the starting lineup) >Player positions (see second picture), with at least one Goalkeeper >Player medals, which are used to determine which players should be the strongest in the team (1 Gold player, 1 Silver player, 2 Bronze players) >Among the starting 11, you must select one to be the Captain (they get a bonus to their stats) >A team logo (just use gimp or photoshop or paint.net) >A minimum of two Kits, which are the shirts that your main players and your goalkeepers will use (if you're feeling really lazy, you can just make a recolor of the main kit and call it the goalie's), we would also appreciate a third one for the Away games; use the third pic as a base https://archive.fo/oeCdW Used to be necessary, but if you got any problems you can just let us rig it: >Player cards and roles, refer to https://archive.fo/PXgEG >A Team Strategy, refer to https://archive.fo/XZPFS >A set of player heights, refer to the rules >3D models of your players, or at least face edits / photos: https://archive.fo/byqOT Rules for the matches: https://archive.fo/Cw9ji

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>>4754 >>4765 I have no idea where the cup is heading with these teams. Soon Spanish will be the main spoken language in chat.

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Dreams thread, the /comfy/ awake in the sleep Anon 05/27/2020 (Wed) 07:38:01 No.1181 [Reply]
It begun with a small tale of an old man dressed in eastern clothes, how he described the actions of a hero who never returned. As he was speaking actions of martial arts and combat were in the background, sketches of them, until he names the title of the event entuthiastically, where the characters strike a pose and the art gets detailed in the middle of the screen. The last segment of it there was a map like thing, it showed the progress that was made in the story, the last bit the protagonist made was on a boat that was turned upside down, the bodies were floating under it. For eberry step before it, a small scene wood happen in the map, the last scene had the hero pushing over the giant baron from a cave and going to the coast to get to his their boat Before getting out of the sea, there were two demons protecting a pagoda thing in a berry abrupt cliff with a thin bridge. One of them had one arm as the wing of a dragon and red, he protected the door, the other one was green and had tenctacle like hair and protected the bridge. The villain in the tower always has a story of where the characters that dissapointed him are thrown to a pit where the character's mother died. it consists of a destroyed staircase where the way out is by jumping to the cliffs that have been separated. Many just end up falling to their deaths. And in one point, the red winged man gets sent to it, tries to get out, only for some force to slap him on the head and his skull to hit a wall and slides to his death There is also at one point a baron of hell like creature emerging from one giant hole, only his head is seen, but it's huge and hides the sun in a moment. The sky was dry orange and the ground was like the grand canyon. Imagine Mario Kart 64's Yoshi's Canyon with all the roads being small and falling from them sending to your doom, it was like that but with more highs and lows, a pagoda/eastern castle hidden between the mountains, and small bridges and ropes connecting small locations The appeal of the story is that it was narrated by anons from one imageboard since many years and as it went on it got expanded. story of one man who went to the island of twisted cliffs and canyons to get revenge at those who killed his mother. The visuals were similar to those old greek myth movies from the 50s. The character may've worn a torso armor that only covered his torso, and brown leather shorts, but he did look like a greek warrior from those movies with his hair curled and an absolute unit. Unrelated, I was stuck on a high tree at some point, like 20 meters tall. I asked a man down there if he could call the firefigters for help. I descended with a rope tight in my waist. When I got to the ground the sky was oddly clear, a colour combination between light blue and chrome. I came across an old man, we exchanged some letters and he gave me the name for a writer of a book. then I walked to the horizon where there was more light blue/chromed things, probably a city, probably a pier. probably a path in the middle of the water, probably a path with the waters next to it and leading to the city. Been a while since I had dreams like this, I think it's due to practising something I like to call "Musical Visualisation" where I imagine a setpiece, scene, or environment from the music I'm listening. This time it was pic related, I think getting to focused on Corona-Chan's journey is letting me forget the things I was capable or I am capable of.
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I had a dream about this place. Never been there in my life, never even seen what it looks like, until just now when I saw a picture and realized >hey, I was there! Kind of spooked right now, bros. Anybody else been here in your dreams?
>>6808 Btw it's Casablanca in Morocco, apparently. Do I have to go there now?
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>>6810 Yes, as soon as possible. Pack up your bags and eberrything else you'd want to bring.
>>6811 But what do I do when I get there?
Tonight I dream about petting a goat.

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living life as /retro/ as possible Fellow Time Traveler 09/22/2021 (Wed) 03:47:35 No.1985 [Reply] [Last]
Anyone else here /retro/maxxing? I've realized there is no point in denying myself happiness and gigacoziness and I may as well go all in on my retro obsessions even if it's a bit weird. I could list a bunch of things I'm doing but I'll start with just a couple here >film photography I have never bought a digital camera and I have stopped being a NEET lately. I have a small comfy job so I have some money and I buy rolls of film on occasion and I carry a late '90s point and shoot camera with me almost everywhere I go. It's fun and super comfy. I also started developing black and white film myself, at home. >computer I have set up my windows machine to look like windows 98 (not completely accurate but I've changed over the icons and use a classic theme, etc. And on my linux machine I have set it up to look like some versions of UNIX from the late 80s to early 90s. And for my browser I use Pale Moon and I have it set to look like Netscape. >music I go to the record store sometimes and browse around and I have a collection of tapes, CDs, and records which I listen to. I have a lot of fun fixing cassette decks too.

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>>2589 Same here. But I'm not a total hermit anyway. I just try to go out and do stuff like a person who still has their humanity.
>>2589 I wish I could live in a retro society. Not necessarily in the sense of getting rid of all the technological advances of the past decades, but at least being more judicious about accepting new technologies while also keeping everything more in line aesthetically with how it they used to be. If only we lived in a pan-enclavist society where such a thing would be possible.
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>modem stops working >turn on mobile data >sim card is almost two decades old and 3g doesn't work anymore >pic related How to retromax involuntary aka I don't want to go back anymore
>>2604 it's hell, my phone has to use 3G for calls because the manufacturer won't release the firmware for VoLTE outside of their proprietary bloat android image. it gets texts, calls, and voicemails days after they were sent, if at all. making calls sometimes gives no dial tone until after several attempts.
>>2604 >>2605 I feel your pain, I have been living this way for the past year.

Internet Radio on the Anon.cafe Broadcasting System Anonymous Board owner 10/03/2021 (Sun) 16:45:28 No.15187 [Reply]
We've overhauled Anon.cafe's Icecast server, named it the Anon.cafe Broadcasting System (ACBS), and are thinking about opening it up for use by boards. You can use audio streaming software (e.g. Mixxx) together with the ACBS to create Internet radio shows that others can tune into, well-known examples elsewhere on the webring being Smug/a/'s r/a/dio, PLW/animu/'s jazz streams, and so on. The ACBS's secure endpoint is at https://radio.anon.cafe and will show any playing streams together with links to begin listening to them. This page will only show streams that are active at that moment. If you consider yourself an anon of one of Anon.cafe's boards and would like to stream over the ACBS, you will need a streamer account. We're still working out the details of how we'll manage this, but at the moment we'd like streamers to have the blessing of the Board Owner whose board the stream is associated with to deter abuse. A Board Owner can bless multiple streamer accounts if they please. To get a streamer account, please figure out what kind of content you'd like to stream, discuss it on whatever board you'll be streaming it under, secure the blessing of the Board Owner, then post in this thread with answers to these questions: 1. Which board(s) will you be streaming under? 2. What sort of thing do you want to stream? 3. How often do you think you'll stream, and for how long? (This won't serve as a commitment or restriction, it's so that we can understand resource timing.) 4. What would you like your stream's mount URL to be? (For example, a stream mount URL of "pancakestream" will show up in the ACBS as /pancakestream and have a playlist URL of https://radio.anon.cafe/pancakestream.m3u ) 5. What streamer username would you like? 6. What email address may we send your credentials to, if and when approved? We'll confirm with the board owner(s) before issuing you a streamer account. Once you have a streamer account, you may use it at will.

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>>15533 I found why, MIXXX shutsdown pulseaudio when using ALSA. https://manual.mixxx.org/2.1/en/chapters/preferences.html >Most modern GNU/Linux distributions use PulseAudio by default. When launched from a GUI menu entry or icon, Mixxx suspends PulseAudio while it is running so that Mixxx can use ALSA directly.
>>15534 Nice work Anon, gratz.
Is this project still going on? 1. Which board(s) will you be streaming under? /ac/ 2. What sort of thing do you want to stream? Music and board announcements 3. How often do you think you'll stream, and for how long? Every a couple of months I suppose. Not very often, I'm planning to use the radio as a communication channel for my anons and maybe share the key with them if they want to stream more often. 4. What would you like your stream's mount URL to be? radio-acolita.m3u 5. What streamer username would you like? Streamanon 6. What email address may we send your credentials to, if and when approved? acolitosadmin@protonmail.com
>>15910 Done. Credentials have been sent to that email address.
Thanks, man

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Anon 11/13/2021 (Sat) 21:26:26 No.6092 [Reply] [Last]
What was the most comfiest time in ur life anon?
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>>7457 >>6428 gf having civilians don't belong here how'd you get a gf?
>>7455 Nice webms!
>>7455 What tune at vid 3?
I have a couple. The first one was when I discovered MMORPGs. I remember I used to come back from school, boot my PC and login and lose completely the perception of time. In what it felt like 30 minutes, in reality 4 hours passed and I had to rush go prepare the kitchen table for my mum to arrive and get dinner ready. Eat fast and then go back again until I was tired enough to go to sleep. Damn I miss those days when the genre was still a novelty to me. Second and last one is probably when I finally manage to quit university. I was stuck in cycle of lying to parents that I was trying really hard to pass exams but in reality I was just slacking around sleeping, binge watching youtube/twitch and playing some games here and there. At this point is the first time I contemplated suicide as nothing really at that point mattered or brought will to see the next day. But after sometime I worked the courage to quit and began NEETing for about 3 months. Those 3 months were blissful. It felt like I went back in time to when I was in high school summer break where I wood just sit on front of my computer screen all day cacaposting and playing video games of all sorts. After that I had to start to wageslave and threats from parents started that if I didn't find a job I'd be on the street. Now days life is a bit meh. I still live with my parents so I can save up a lot of money and having money is good as I can dedicate a budget to just enjoy life but wageslaving is just overall soul crushing. Hopefully more comfy days awaits me in the future. Sorry for blogposting a bit too much. It felt like I had to let it out a bit.
>>6092 2002-2005 I was playing Yugioh with friends and doing local tournaments eberry weekend. Then afterwards we'd go down to the arcade playing DDR, Soul Calibur II, House of the Dead 2, Gauntlet Legends, Initial D, and other games they wood circulate throughout the years. After 2005 my life went to caca. The shop I played cards and hung out with people closed, the arcade closed, and I started to lose friends one by one. Ironically I also started dating girls at this time. Which if I could go back I wood have much rather stayed a virgin who never even got to hold a quacking girl's hand. Drama plagued my life and nothing was ever the same again. Drama and suicidial tendicies thinks to my addiction to sex has destroyed my soul. I don't have any meaningful relationships anymore. I slave away and instead of playing Yugioh I am a card dealer who sells cards for extra income to spend on prostitutes. I've had 5 different STDs and constantly am on medication. No I don't have AIDS or anything permanent but I'm not healthy at all from all of the drug use with these whores and quacking them nonstop. I'll even skip 2 out of 3 meals sometimes just to have more money for a woman to do crazy kinks with me.

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