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Anonymous 05/24/2022 (Tue) 01:39:55 No.11599 [Reply]
There seems to be a multitude of users on imageboards stuck living generally broken lives. How can /christian/ minister to this?
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>that you're unable (unwillingness is a cause of inability) then that you're unable (unwillingness is a cause of inability) to address then
>>11599 One thing I enjoy doing is casually mentioning something from the Bible in the middle or at the end of an otherwise normal post on boards you wouldn't expect to see it. Not forcing the topic or preaching really , just reminding people of God or of His judgements or something from the Bible. >>11603 1 Corinthians 3, God gives the increase and you won't see it most of the time, especially with anonymous internet sites. Even street preachers rarely see it.
>>11619 >What the fuck is that supposed to mean? It's an extremely well known and easily googleable problem that is mostly brought up by people baiting for (You)s. Discussion is always fun, but if you just want someone to convince you that Epicurus didn't disprove that God is either not omnipotent or not good there's no reason to make a thread.
>>11609 Weird to green text my post and then say something unrelated afterwards. You could have just said your random nonsense without including my post. It's the best one can do is give evidence for the obvious truth and then WHAM hit them in the head with the Bible. People need to be able to read Matthew while trusting it as fact rather than trying "O what philosophical intellectual things are I to ponder on?" It's not about philosophy. The Bible is very simple, a series of real events that convey an equally simple meaning. People stumble on this ironically enough by refusing to accept people wrote down what they knew and saw rather than wrote down some elaborate stories about how to philosophically plunder through meaningless life. Toga wearing Aristole wannabes is logically on the rise as we reenter the age of the Greeks and Romans paganism. The stories of old had become myth to be pondered over. Completely takes over every 2000 years from Noah to Jesus to now. Evidence and then get them to read the New Testament. If people don't want Jesus well that's up to them but if people are determined to go to Hell be sure only over your dead body. A guide to Bible thumping be sure no useless talk comes from the pagans mouth, if he asks about free will, *thump*. If he prattles on about God being a meanie head, *thump* *thump* see now that one's a double thump. Do not let them waste too much time veering off in pointless directions avoiding the facts. The most important thing any human can learn is he is not good enough for Heaven and never will be and it is his fault. Without this understanding they cannot come to God. This has been a staple since the ancient times of Israel. One must understand he needs to just say he is sorry and must change, drastically. This conveyed over internet text, nonsense. Foolishness, I am a fool for Jesus I love him, prideful people will not submit and it's easy to be a toga wearer online and hide your nakedness and your shame. Videos are great. A good thumping and information. "what about love?" yes as you can online, do.
>>11638 >It's an extremely well known and easily googleable problem There's literally no extant address to the question of 'why was man not made perfect' that irenaeus stumbles over in against heresies (more exactly phrased, the question should be "why is there anything apart from god"). Feel free to give me a link to whatever or drop a title you'd want me to read. The most recent and 'strongest' address I've seen is leibniz saying ~that infinity+1>infinity which directly responds to the later (but is incoherent) and indirectly to the former. >Epicurus didn't disprove that God is either not omnipotent or not good This has nothing to do with the fact that sin is incoherent as a concept. Nor is it a comment on an omniscient creator - epicurus rejects the concept of a god of acts. >Discussion is always fun Were you here in the last month when the theodicee thread was left for dead with no responses despite a heathen and an apostate both asking for an explanation?

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Anonymous 09/29/2021 (Wed) 18:25:13 No.229 [Reply]
ATTENTION >>>/meta/15174 The anon.cafe administration has ordered YOU to enjoy raccoons. Do it now.
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Just wanted to let /pro/ know that the otterbro's yearly cinema blowout is happening in under 30 from now >

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Genesis + Biblical Creation Anonymous 12/26/2021 (Sun) 17:45:50 No.2178 [Reply] [Last]
This thread is for discussion and the sharing information critical of evolution, old earth, attempts to allegorize the early chapters of Genesis, etc. I will be posting some basic info critical of (Neo-)Darwinism shortly.
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>>10082 A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh.
>>11632 sick adhom dudderino, care to address the point?
>>11633 I was quoting scripture. Out of the abundance of your heart, you speak curse words. Your own conscience convicts you.
>>11636 >I was quoting scripture Yes, I am aware. That neither changes my point nor means that anything you've said was an address thereto. Quoting scripture with no relevance to the topic at hand in no way contributes to the discussion, wheresofar as the participants do have access to that scripture in their own right. >Out of the abundance of your heart, you speak curse words. Your own conscience convicts you. No, that's your wilful interpretation
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>>11637 >wheresofar This isn't a word

Community Announcements Anonymous Board owner 05/21/2020 (Thu) 16:31:32 No.13261 [Reply] [Last]
Sometimes boards do things and think that it would be nice for other boards to know about it. Every week - assuming there are events - we'll post upcoming events in the global announcement slot as smaller community announcements. If you'd like your event to be added to the rotation, post here with your: >Board >Event name >Event thread >Event date and time (please provide time in UTC at minimum plus whatever other timezones you'd like included) Board owners may suppress community announcements without also hiding all global announcements if they desire by using custom CSS to hide class "community-announcements-board-owners-feel-free-to-hide-this". I've taken the liberty of making /otter/'s Ottercine otter movie night the first event we announce. Good job, /otter/.
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>>15460 >>15462 >>15467 >>15474 All posted. Good luck with your events!
>>15475 Thank you for posting the link. We're gonna be going Monday through Wednesday an hour later than advertised starting next week.
Regular streams are over for now. Another anon may use the channel in the future, but just giving a heads up.
Ottercine will return on Wednesday >>>/comfy/6858
>>15569 event thread: https://otterchat.net/res/2451.html location: cytu.be/r/ottercine date: May 25th 8PM GMT

Iconoclasm Thread Anonymous 01/21/2022 (Fri) 08:34:13 No.3034 [Reply] [Last]
Daily reminder that icons and statues in churches are idols and no amount of linguistic pilpuling about ‘veneration’ will change this fact. God is extremely clear in what He commands: >Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth: Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them And yet when one goes into an Orthodox Church, this is exactly what one sees. Lines of people going in and bowing before icons of saints and Mary, crossing themselves and kissing the icons. The deacons go about and wave incense before the icons of the saints, Mary and Jesus. The same goes for Catholics. I tried to fall for the so-called ‘apostolic’ church meme for a while, but to see them kiss and worship the images of saints rang major alarm bells in my head, no matter how many copes I read from apologists online. Iconolatry is idolatry, and idolatry will lead you to the hellfire. Protestantism has flaws, but at least ones who are consistent in reading Scripture can realize that nothing but God is due worship and veneration, and that the praying to the saints and Mary is a pagan innovation. Faith in Christ and gathering in His name is enough. Do not be led astray by idol-venerators and other crypto-pagans.
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>>8449 Okay, zoomer.
iconic bump
>>3039 https://anon.cafe/christian/res/10837.html Iconoclasm debunked biblically. -Biblical events symbolize/image other things The incarnated Son of God is an image/icon of the Divine. >Colossians 1:15: He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation. >John 12:45: "And whoever sees me sees him who sent me." The old covenent is an image of the new covenent >Matthew 5:17: “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. " Messianic prophecies through images (many examples but I will give one, joseph is an image of Christ) >Joseph was rejected by his family, was put in the earth, was accepted by gentiles, was exalted among gentiles, saved the entire world during the famine >Christ was rejected by Israelites, was accepted by gentiles, was put in the earth, was exalted, saved humanity by destroying death -Man made material images in place of worship Cherubim icons in place of worship >Exodus 26:1: “Moreover, you shall make the tabernacle with ten curtains of fine twined linen and blue and purple and scarlet yarns; you shall make them with cherubim skillfully worked into them."

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>>3043 So is this just the go-to response for people who can't defend their false church's false doctrine? Just call everyone Muslim? Embarrassing. Bible is full of commandments to destroy idols and God never changes.

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Saint thread Anonymous 04/01/2022 (Fri) 10:43:10 No.7105 [Reply]
Discuss Saints, Blessed, Venerable and other Servants of God. Discuss their shrines, feasts, attributes and patronages. Do you have a patron saint? Who is the patron saint of your family, home, nation, profession or condition?
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I don't have a patron saint because I don't go to the kind of church where people have those but the patron saint of my church is St George whose day it was recently. That said I have a strange fascination with St Lucy virgin and martyr. There are a lot of saints who were martyrs but she stands out to me for some reason. Her refusal to compromise her faith during torture, including her eyes being put out, is reassuring in these days.
When I converted to Orthodoxy, I selected Saint Jerome/Hieronymus as my patron Saint for the sole reason that he wrote the Latin Vulgate and my ancestry is primarily Catholic (but all of my immediate family are protestants). Later I found out that the name 'Jerome' is sometimes shortened to 'Jerry' which is only one letter different from my birth name. Almost spooky how that worked out.
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>>9383 There are no coincidences.
>>8400 It's literally the same thing. Just semantics in wording.

The Virgin Mary Anonymous 01/03/2022 (Mon) 02:08:53 No.2355 [Reply] [Last]
The Theotokos, Queen of Heaven, and Mother of God. This is the thread for discussing Mariology, miracles, apparitions, and visions of our Lord's Mother.
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>>11138 Cope.
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>>11137 We do not worship Mary. Mary is a creature just as you and me are. We give honor to those to whom honor is due, just as a man honors the servants of a king on account of their relationship and service given to the king. The same is true with the faithful servants of the King of Kings. Mary is truly a unique and blessed individual, the Mother of God. May we all have the faith that Mary did, when approached by an angel, accepted Christ into her life very literally, and said “Behold the maidservant of the Lord! Let it be to me according to your word.” Just as Daniel bowed before an angel, and just as Abraham bowed before the Hittites who gave him the tomb to bury his wife, so Christians show respect and honor to those associated with the Lord without worshiping them and slipping into idolatry.
>>11223 You claim you don't worship Mary, yet you exalt her above God by calling her the Mother of God and she was never given this title in the Bible. Endless mental gymnastics. Even your pic shows mary as greater than Jesus.
I haven't seen a single quote from scripture in this or any other mary worship thread praising mary that wasn't a quote of the woman herself.
>>2355 You "Mary-venerators" should really read about the "queen of heaven" in Jeremiah...

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De-Radicalisation in the name of Christ. Anonymous 04/02/2022 (Sat) 16:07:46 No.7176 [Reply] [Last]
I imagine many of you are familiar with being on different chans, so chances are you were racist for a time, and perhaps still are, but to those ones that moved past racism, how did you do so? I have overcome 'white pride' as that was an easy one to reconcile with the Lord (gay pride, trans pride, black pride, white pride; it's all pride and thus a sin) But I've found /pol/ to be very alluring in its racism, and in many ways it's hard to refute what's in front of your eyes, albeit a lot of the information is sensationalised at the very least if not untrue. I want to love more, I don't want hate needlessly, I hate what is immoral, unjust, spiteful, anything that goes against God; but I want to love like Jesus loved, but being racist still makes a lot of sense to me.
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>>11541 also the correlation between his name and ruddy could also be a reference to clay, seeing as that is what he was most likely made of.
>>11544 You see the slight problem with that is that the differences between the negro and the European are vastly different in comparison to a slow rat and a fast rat. We are actually pretty different in terms of physiological make up. Africans have faster twitch muscles for example. What you bring up as micro evolution is closer to the difference between a bantu and a zulu or the difference between a Dutch and a German. The difference between Africans, Europeans and Asians is closer to that of the difference between a lion, a Jaguar and a Tiger. Both part of the same group. But obviously different enough to be given their own classification.
>>11548 >The difference between Africans, Europeans and Asians is closer to that of the difference between a lion, a Jaguar and a Tiger. Both part of the same group. But obviously different enough to be given their own classification. yes and each living in their own drastically different environments. That was what i was trying to say
>>11550 Not entirely accurate. Leopards and lions live in similar environments and they both are panther cats.
>>11544 >macro evolution is complete bs >micro evolution is real. Don't use evolutionist terms. Natural selection isn't evolutionism at all, it only selects from existing information, evolutionism claims new information is added.

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Anonymous 05/24/2022 (Tue) 12:20:16 No.11618 [Reply]
>We are justified by faith alone >Oh but baptism also gives salvation What the fuck was his problem?
newborns rarely have strong faith derived from study, at least in my experience
>making 4chan-tier template threads on here
>>11622 It's on-topic and helps start discussion, but I'll rephrase to please pseuds like you: How can Lutherans reconcile the clearly contradictory doctrines of Sola Fide and baptismal regeneration?
>>11625 > but I'll rephrase to please pseuds like you You're clearly not interested in any meaningful discussion and I'm not going to waste my time with a fool like you.
>>11625 Whenever you point out the contradictions of Lutheranism to a Lutheran, they will respond by calling it a mystery and you a rationalist

Science and religion Sperit 05/12/2022 (Thu) 06:58:41 No.10949 [Reply]
So I have been lurking on Christian since 8chan was relevant and I have been wanting to start a science and religion discussion. I have read a few things about how particle physicians believe that there is something beyond out level of reality, however there are also a ton of people that don't even understand that there are concepts beyond even our understanding of matter. Like I've had debated with people where I would claim that there could be a being that exists beyond out perception of matter and they just say shit like "if it is there then why haven't we found it yet?" Like we are bound to material so ofcourse we can't see it or interact with it. Idk tho that's just sort of me ranting. What do you all think?
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>>11523 >jokes that simultaneously mock the opposition in an argument while making a point about Christianity and the nature of this world is shitposting because it went over my head. Check yourself
>>11566 every idle word
>>11523 >stop shitposting on my image board!!!! Retard.
>>11600 This post should be framed above every futaba imageboard. Like a decapitated head on a pike warning good people to stay away.
>>11600 >stop caring about board quality Antichrist jew.

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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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>>3342 Yeah, I forgot to add that. The question now is when we start asking for it.

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It appears no church or denomination is correct Anonymous 05/04/2022 (Wed) 20:07:25 No.10114 [Reply] [Last]
I have found Christianity itself to be the truest and most virtuous religion in the world, but no denomination, no church, no community seems to have gotten it right yet. On one hand you have the protestants who are rife with political agenda and the worst followers imaginable, but then you have the catholics led by a complete fraud called the papacy. Even the old orthodox are fractured and also worship graven images. Other religions of the world are not as divided as us, Shia and Sunni Muslims seem to get along most of the time, while we Christians are at each others throats at every opportunity. Where did it go so wrong?
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>>10833 "church" isn't capitalized ONCE in the entire Bible, stop worshipping rome.
>>11502 That's true, everyone needs to start using the Bible Paul used, the King James Version. A lot was lost after his letters were translated to Greek.
>>11502 Sola Scriptura is not mentioned ONCE in the entire Bible, stop worshipping yourself.
>>11605 Sola Scriptura Sola Fide Sola Churchola https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-tbum2MfQY
>>11605 The Bible certainly claims -- many times, in fact -- to be the authoritative, God-breathed, Word of God. I consider that validation enough alone, given the many establishments of the validity of the text itself as clearly supernatural in origin. But there are many other reasons to declare it as clearly the authoritative Christian scriptures and guide. Certainly far beyond any individual man's words today. What more do you demand, friend?

Why do Christians not support Blasphemy Laws? Anonymous 05/09/2022 (Mon) 14:22:39 No.10716 [Reply]
In Saudi Arabia, you can be executed for insulting the Prophet. In Burma you get arrested you mocking the Buddha. In most of the Western world you can go to prison for questioning the Holocaust. Meanwhile Christians allow themselves and Christianity to be mocked in denigrated in the name of "Free Speech" and "Freedom of Expression". Why do Christians allow themselves to be mocked in this way. Nobody takes the religion seriously anymore, even traditionally minded westerners are converting to Islam and Hinduism. Would people start taking us seriously again if they could be killed for mocking us, like they can for other religions? Note that I'm not saying you should kill people, this is just a hypothetical.
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Because forcing people to respect God is a c*tholic practice. Actual Christians who are filled with the Holy Ghost and baptized know that you cannot force any man to believe in or respect God because that defeats the purpose of having faith. https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/Matthew-10-14/
>>10716 Name one Christian country. There aren't any anymore. Politicians only give lip service to it for votes between trips to Epstein's island.
>>10762 >Should we lower ourselves to the level of those mohammadean saracen heretics? Since it is plainly obvious that we should do the exact opposite of everything the muslims do, we should just embrace adultery, gay sex, drugs, transgenderism and atheism. Cuz muslims hate all of those things therefore they must be good.
>>11607 Muslim countries don't hate those things. They just repress it on the surface.
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How to be free of fear? Anonymous 11/17/2021 (Wed) 18:15:38 No.1889 [Reply]
TLDR: I know I have to get rid of fear with religion, but I don't know how. I feel like I am in some sort of extreme apathy. No, I'm not into dark thoughts of ending life. It's more of an extreme apathy of not feeling any positive emotion at all. I'm not sure how to explain it properly, I'm sorry. It's like I am unable to receive happiness or I am unable to enjoy fun playing videogames. As if I am emotionally sterile. I need to open my heart and be honest and say what I'm really thinking, but I have a problem with trust. I don't reveal my honest thoughts, my honest opinions to even my family (who are very nihilistic) because every time I open myself to a problem I get the "your problems aren't worth sharing" treatment and they quickly change the topic. I have a few friends but they are not RL friends. I won't go to many details but this basically led me to a situation where I let fear govern me and myself, and this went on for around 10 years or so. Why the heck am I posting this in the Christianity boards? Because I used to be Christian when I was a teen, going to the church for months and I had a better mental health... until my mother did a "how dare you" speech onto me, making me stop following Christianity. I believe that there is a connection. If I am Christian, there is no fear. Otherwise there is fear within me. I think I need to go back to my Christian ways to finally get rid of my fear. Problem is that my fear seems to be that big that I don't come up with any steps to get started.
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♥♥♥ Listen to lots of good preachers and don't be a backslider, listen to holy spirit and get rid of anything inbetween you and Jesus who we love. Thank you Lord Jesus for saving our lives they belong to you. We make a promise in repentece to turn away from sin and to start again from that moment.
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>>11585 Could you please list some names? I don't want to listen a random pastor and listen things like bringing pride flags or some subversion like that.
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>>11596 That penguin is anime though.

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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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> get elytra for the first time > try it out > smash face into ground > half health, but didn't die thanks to feather falling IV > this apparently pissed off two endermen > hurting for certain due to half health and not wearing chest plate > they're too fast: can't eat, can't run > die for the first time since I got all diamond armor with prot IV
>>6814 It seems you had quite a lot of fun on your minecraft run. Try spawning monsters and do a tower defence scenario.
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god games are one of the comfiest genres imo doshin the giant is a nice simple one. i also love the aesthetic of populous: the beginning. recently i've been playing some modded minecraft
>>6881 >i also love the aesthetic of populous: the beginning. That's a highly underrated game. I just played a level from Undiscovered Worlds not that long ago, and the game popped into my head again today. Apparently there are still people playing multiplayer, but I've never tried it.
>>6882 yeah there's a decent little community that plays regularly at popre.net they have a matchmaking application, and there's another singleplayer version they have somewhere on there with some little extra patches etc

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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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>>2031 kek, the ones at my local office are literally like Newman. they're all extremely disgruntled and do a terrible job. The other day I went in around 11am and I hear the fat bastard behind the counter mumbling about how he wishes the day would be over already, before lunch even started. And a couple weeks ago this postal worker came blaring some typical junk on a speaker he was carrying (take a guess what this guy looked like), so I reported it to the USPS and the next time I saw him, he was wearing earbuds.
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>>878 Gotta love Peter "poosy deestroyer" Norton
>>2254 Imagine the cost of the computer they're using. It feels strange to see 3D CGI when the average computer from that time barely had 2D and mainly used text mode for everything.

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Radicalization General Anonymous 05/21/2022 (Sat) 22:29:03 No.11482 [Reply]
Let's get radical, goys.
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>>11568 If the Jews break the OT why hasn't God destroyed them? Checkmate anti-semite.
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>>11569 Ah, you're right. God has continuously, personally annihilated every sinner on the planet up to this day.
>>11567 >>11568 >Yes, but you have to remember that Christ claims the Pharisees in _particular_ are the "sons of Satan." Even if allegorical, this is clearly dividing the Christians and the Jews into two opposite camps. There could be nothing further from Christianity than Judaism-- a literal and direct rejection of Christ in favor of the Rabbinically-crafted Talmud. agreed, although its important to emphasize the fact that most Jews nowadays dont care nearly as much about the Talmud as the orthodox and ultra orthodox Jews do. Aswell it must be understood that a large part of the Talmud is just debate between different scholars (this is what makes it particularly unique). Outside of a few chapters that reiterate the OT the book itself is not religious doctrine but rather study. What each individual Jew and denomination gets from it is determined by them. You basically have a whole list of arguments and debates that took place over many many years that you get to read through and study and agree or disagree with. >The modern Jews are a unique, heavily interbred race of people. Edomites and the Israelites who left for Babylon both came to reside in what is now southern Palestine, called Judah by the Levantine inhabitants. Here, they intermixed into peoples like the Pharisees who would be later known as the "Jews" due to the Latin name for the entirety of Palestine (both Galilee, Judah, and the minor states around it) "Judea." yes this is true and has to do with them being an ethno-religious group. Alot of people confuse them for being a purely ethnic group when infact they are not, even the OT says that foreigners were allowed to become part of "the group" if they adopted the beliefs and became circumcised. >Yes, but you have to remember that Christ claims the Pharisees in _particular_ are the "sons of Satan." Even if allegorical, this is clearly dividing the Christians and the Jews into two opposite camps. just to address this issue once again for the record, the people Jesus is referring to are the Jews and Pharisees that persecuted Christians. Many Jews converted to Christianity or remained non-hostile to them. Im saying this because it often gets misinterpreted.
>>11499 >the january 6th insurrection shows just how lenient the authorities are with white terrorists Ah yes January 6th, the most horrific terror attack ever done on American soil in which nobody except 2 terrorists were killed and participants are still in jail for to this day. Meanwhile a nigger drives a van into a Christmas parade with the intent of killing white people and it's not even considered terrorism.
>>11601 >Meanwhile a nigger drives a van into a Christmas parade with the intent of killing white people and it's not even considered terrorism. He didnt do it to "kill white people" he did it because he was pissed off, he'd gotten into fights with other people earlier that day.

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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The reason we have Paul is because he's a Pharisee and therefore wise in the scriptures. It is him who clarifies the relation between the Old Testament and Jesus and other theological issues. When you read the New Testament in order they were written as I have suggested you really notice the stark contrast of James and Galatians, I speak boldly to say they practically contradict each other. Paul had to establish things even his first disciples did not understand. Although even Peter came to his own realisation and was surprised when we saw gentiles could be saved by the holy spirit and this is all a few decades after Jesus. So while there is development that happened in the Church from James to the Jerusalem council to Romans and then the Gospel of John. The development we see is a more and more bold understanding of Jesus, based on the Old Testament but also on Jesus, the Gospel account doesn't contradict the letters of the church. Of course even the Gospel writers themselves point out how things Jesus said were not understood until later. If Paul was needed as a religious wiseman, then why wasn't he part of the twelve from the beginning. Why choose people who were likely all less than wise in scripture and then have a scripture man come later. Again I point out Matthew frankly was not the best for pointing out scripture that was related to Christ. Paul had to come later for reasons. Reasons.
I am going to re-state my very true theory that Demas wrote Hebrews. First off I purpose Hebrews is not at all like Paul, it doesn't have the weight and authority and I can make a whole post just disproving Paul wrote it. Now I do have a slight problem, because I place Acts of the Apostles written 64 AD and Second Timothy 65 AD. Again, Demas' first mention: Paul praises him as a worker along with Luke, Mark and another common guy in Acts. Second mention: Paul sounds dismissive of Demas. Third mention: Demas betrays Paul and loves the world. Demas is not mentioned in Acts. Luke constantly mentions names just to mention them but not Demas. I though Luke removed his presence because of his betrayal of Paul, but that didn't happen until a year later after Acts was written. But it's likely Demas had a slow decline and Luke very much might have seen him as a bad egg, maybe even annoyed by him and so scrubbed him from any mention in Acts. And it follows that if Luke is willing to remove Demas from Acts then why not the church remove his name from Hebrews after hearing about what he did to Paul and possibly Demas just left the faith altogether. Note, most historians seem to agree the writers name was purposefully removed, it is very unlikely to somehow have been lost and you just don't write a note like this without explicitly stating who you are. Also note by the end of the 1st century the author was already lost and unknown. The only context clues from Hebrews: "Pray for us" "Know ye that the brother Timothy is released, with whom, if he may come more shortly, I will see you."

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>>11594 I meant to say western Anatolia, that's where Philemon and the rest were, so they could make it to Rome pretty quickly.
ANOTHER point I just thought of. No way Paul would say "the brother Timothy is released." Paul loved Timothy, but this letter sounds rather apathetic to him. The "if he may come shortly, I will see you." to me implies "if Timothy comes back to Anatolia with me soon I'll see you." The person was not writing to say they were coming soon but rather coming as soon as Timothy was ready to go. Not at all authoritative, Paul would be the one making decisions, not waiting on Timothy. Paul was like a father to Timothy he calls him his beloved son. What I do not understand is the "I will see you." Not only is this letter not addressed to a church but when I read it it almost seems like written to some lover. That or another big name in the church. Could be sent to a wife or clergyman who was meant to give the sermon to the church. And if it was a fake note then why does it not claim to be from anyone and seem to just speak of these weird out of context two things being in Italy and Timothy. Second Peter comes off as fake for just the opposite reasons although Second Peter also seems real because it calls itself the second epistle while making no attempt to sound like it but I talked about that already. There might be more about Hebrews and maybe I can explore another option. But nothing about it says Paul and the Priscilla theory makes little sense to me. If we had evidence of Priscilla in Italy with Timothy though there might be something. Luke is indeed also a very good candidate he was in Rome with Timothy. If the requirements are just being in Rome shortly after Timothy's release then indeed then we have options like Mark and Aristarchus and others. But this doesn't explain why the name of the letter was removed. Paul writes in Philemon "Markus, Aristarchus, Demas, Lukas, my fellow-workmen!" We get the sense these were the original gansters Paul immedialy writes to when he is under house arrest in Rome. And a year later Paul mentions the whole squad being in Rome with him, the good ol boys. Keep in mind Paul didn't even ask them to come. Rather: "But withal prepare me also a lodging: for I trust that through your prayers I shall be given unto you." He thought he was going to be able to come to them. And I should mention some think the letter was written during the Caesarea imprisonment not the Roman but this is unlikely for a few reasons. Plus it actually doesn't change much since Paul was trasnfered to Roman imprisonment shortly after.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7ZlXD7COMU lmao! I refuse to watch the video but the title is hilarious. We have seen this though a few times, with modern medicare more people are experiencing this, but they are not receiving truth and revelation just having an experience and experiences need to be carefully thought on. In the Bible you had many times people having dreams that needed to be interpreted, Peter was unsure about his vision of all the animals. Here is a Islam video series I am interested in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMh_VDogqX4

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Meme Thread Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:43:06 No.10900 [Reply]
Please don't let this one die.
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>>11452 i especially enjoy the ones with puns
>>10934 >>11452 >>11586 >everyone is brown/black gay
>>11587 Well, I'm sure they were _tan_, but yeah, I don't think they were all bronze-toned. I don't have many directly Christian memes, but these should fit.
>>11587 >>>/pol/ >>11590 You did nothing wrong.

Songs Anonymous 03/17/2022 (Thu) 22:21:05 No.5979 [Reply] [Last]
Do you have any christian music recommendations? Personally I really like anything that orthodoxmemesquad posts on youtube. Also Elfen lied intro song called lilium is very beautiful.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JNCS27rtQ8 There never will be enough actual Bible songs like this that just tell a Bible event in song form.
Lord I know I'm not worthy of a mansion in the midst but please Lord build me a cabin in the corner of glory land.

What the FUCK was his problem? Anonymous 05/18/2022 (Wed) 02:24:50 No.11294 [Reply] [Last]
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>>11434 >>11442 >Narnia movie night Great idea! Are we showing the BBC miniseries?
>>11445 >Great idea! Are we showing the BBC miniseries? Those were pretty wonderful. Why not both?
>>11445 I was really just thinking the first movie since the other two sucked and I didn't know about this mini-series. >No Horse and his Boy Pity. That and Voyage of the Dawn Treader were the best books. The Silver Chair was also good.
>>11433 Like i said, believe what you want, but I'm not a Jew, and that is not a good argument, it's just an ad hominem. Not to mention most if not all of the accusations of "the Jews" are gross exaggerations and imply a certain kind of Unity between hundreds of the most splintered prominent jewish groups including entirely contradiction ideologies. The Jews are not always bad, they're not always in the elite. To remove them from it would just leave the non-jewish elite to dominate and subvert you. At least you're a Christian, so there is some hope in you that some day you will realize the moral and ethical problems with being against almost the entire world when they aren't always against you. >your intent is to deceive I ask you again because i've gotten no answer, Where have i been deceitful? The truth is i am not a jew, but i am non-white, so you can now stop treating me like some white to be converted. i used to be extremely racialist and was against the Jews, but now i am not, and with the wake of white nationalist massacre that reference the very sites that i visit i've decided to go against it. You can find data supporting almost anything what matters are your morals, you don't have to be a leftist or a liberal, you can just be a conservative Christian who is against the elite without damning entire group of people containing innocent minorities within the group. It benefits the Government for people to be divided by many aspect including race. Race doesn't answer everything, there are structural parts of life that supercede race.
>>11343 Europeans were never being actively genocided in the past, hlobally. This is it. It's over. Europeans and their colonies have turned their back on God, and now they're going to get cursed like Israelites did for worshiping false idols. Will some of them survive? Sure, but Europeans will never be at top again.

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Defeating sexual desires Anonymous 11/04/2021 (Thu) 19:15:55 No.1789 [Reply] [Last]
Hello anons. My heart is somewhat heavy as I write this, I do not have anyone that I feel comfortable sharing this with so I am coming here under the cover of anonymity to exchange my thoughts and seek yours on this subject. Given that: Masturbation is a sin Sex outside of marriage is a sin Engaging in prostitution is a sin As a man I have a natural sex drive I would like help and advice on defeating my sexual desires without committing sin. If I abstain from masturbation, I can refrain from engaging in sexuality for around a period of a week with little difficulty. After that initial 1 week period, it starts to encompass my whole life. I have an erection when I wake up every morning, and I get more throughout the day, at least one an hour and more if I have to interact with any girl under 30. I pray for help in keeping the sexual thoughts away, but it feels like I'm fighting a losing battle and I will relapse at some point no matter what. The longest I've been able to abstain from anything sexual was when I was an atheist and I lasted around a year. After a period of a few months, paradoxically my whole life was concerned with sex, I was not having orgasms however the only thing I had on my mind every day was "I need to find a girl to have sex with" (which never worked), everything was secondary to that. It culminated with me getting cock-teased by a girl I was exchanging with for around a week, getting fed up when I realized I was just getting taken along for a ride then seeking the services of a prostitute, which broke my abstinence and made me lose my virginity, if that concept even exists for a man. I regret the choices I made. After this chapter in my life, I concluded that the healthiest thing to do was to masturbate once a month to get it out of my system and to be able to live my life without being entranced by sex all the time. Eventually I relapsed and was engaging with porn at least 10 times a week, until I found the faith which helped knock it back down to something more reasonable like 2-4 times a month. However, sin is sin and I would like to be fully rid of it. I know that the simplest answer is to marry a girl, whoever that does not appear to be possible for me (it appears that my fate is to be an incel which I've come to terms with), so it seems like I've come to an impasse. I can't masturbate without committing sin, and I don't have a way to relieve myself of those sexual desires legitimately. However, if I don't relieve myself of it, it quickly starts to take over my life (I had begun to call the action of masturbation "satiating the beast" in my head). I don't know what to do. I remember seeing this anon who castrated himself on old 8chan years ago and thought he had lost his mind then, though now every day I start to understand more and more why he wanted to be rid of his sexual desires. Additional question: Why did God give me (and other men) such a strong sex drive and at the same time put me and a lot of other men (40% of men under 30 reported no sex in the past year in a study around 2018 I believe and that was before the corona lockdowns which must have made that number shoot up even more) in an era where it is extremely difficult to rid yourself of this desire without committing sin?
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>>11313 Why is it ironic? Nothing in the bible says to be a cuckold, it sounds like you just have a low opinion of Christians. Engaging in self destructive sins and debauchery would eventually lead to cuckolding.
>>11313 Christianity names the Jews as the enemy of mankind as well as giving true believers the ability to summon bears to kill foes forty at a time. Sounds like the opposite of cucked to me.
>>11429 >Christianity names the Jews as the enemy of mankind as well as giving true believers the ability to summon bears to kill foes forty at a time. Sounds like the opposite of cucked to me. i dont know if i should be laughing or crying here
>>11312 >The after-effect of the male orgasm is equivalent to the female period Did you get this idea from the book excerpts posted above? I can see the reasoning behind it but taking it literally seems disingenuous.
>>11480 It is not 1:1 like the female period, but the after-effects are similar but shorter. The excerpts reminded me of something I read in another books called Love & Orgasm. This book draws many equivalents and semi-parallels between the male and female sexual organs, but reading it can be disturbing if you are not ready for it. Not the Freudian things that are mentioned, but the overall picture of how much it makes sense. It is a lot of information to digest, as if initiative knowledge. Needless to mention it was written by a pycholojew. Nonetheless, it explained many things I could feel and knew already subconsciously, it just gave me the words to express what was in the darkness for so long. The male orgasm is called in French "Le petit mort", the little death, because man loses some of his life-essence and, ideally, shares it with a woman. You mustn't die (a little) for nothing, in the case of masturbation or sodomy.

Solving the Synoptic Problem and justifying the order of the gospels Anonymous 05/21/2022 (Sat) 23:08:47 No.11496 [Reply]
After reading >>11387 and making >>11420 on my personal theory about the order of production of the synoptic gospels, I looked further into it and after going through a dozen academic theories, none of which seemed satisfactory, and weighing the flaws of various ordering models, I arrived at one which seemed the least ridiculous and required a minimal amount of hypothetical documents. I'm posting it here for review and feedback: (0. Mark wasn't the base gospel as in posited in the conventional two-source (Mark / "Q") model.) 1. Matthew didn't cite Mark, which was a gospel sent to the gentile church. 2. For the same reason, Matthew likely didn't cite the final version of Luke. 3. Mark didn't cite the final version of Matthew due to major omissions of content that would have been useful for evangelizing. 4. Luke was not part of the same lineage due to shared content between Mark and Matthew not in Luke. 5. Luke didn't cite final Mark due to omissions of content (Jesus walking on water, the debate over clean and uncleanness, the faith of the Canaanite woman, and the feeding of the 4000) that would have been of interest to his audience. 6. Luke wasn't aware of Matthew, because had he been aware of it it would have negated his stated purpose in writing. In addition, his ordering of the parables and his genealogy are more informal. 7. If the final version of Matthew was available early on, it wouldn't have been necessary to write Mark. It also wouldn't have been necessary to write Luke. 8. Matthew re-organized the content of Proto-Luke with contributions from and for the use of the church in Jerusalem. 9. Mark was produced in the middle of this process: Mark's rendering of quotations is closer to Luke's but its content has events also in Matthew. 10. Only 1% of content in Mark is uniquely shared with final Luke, versus 18% with final Matthew, suggesting Mark did not have access to the resources of final Luke but did have access to the resources of final Matthew. 11. It wouldn't make sense to produce Mark after final Luke is available. 12. Luke the Evangelist obtained and revised Proto-Luke for his historical compilation with Acts. 13. Luke was finalized after Matthew; the early church primarily quoted Matthew as authoritative, not Luke or Mark. 14. Luke reportedly backtranslates well into Aramaic.

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The Good News according to Mark 55 AD Written by John Mark, an early evangelist. 1st century Christian Papias says Mark wrote from Peter's preaching. Mark is first mentioned in Luke's Acts of the Apostles, in Judea 44 AD Peter is arrested but is delivered by God from prison and goes to the underground Church which is located at the house of Mark's mother. Afterwards Mark joins Barnabas and Paul and travels to Antioch and from there in 48 AD to Perga where Mark then went back to Jerusalem. In 50 AD Mark is back in Antioch and after deciding to travel and preach; Mark, Paul and Barnabas have an argument about taking Mark with them resulting in Mark and Barnabas going to preach in Cyprus and Paul going to Syria with Silas. in 60 AD Paul writes to Philemon in western Anatolia and mentions a greeting to Markus. He also writes to the church at Colossae mentioning Markus the Nephew of Barnabas. In 66 AD Paul writes from Rome to Timmothy in Ephesus to come visit him in Rome and take Markus with him. All this indicates a Mark in Anatolia where he likely wrote his account of Jesus mainly based on the preaching of Peter. He could have seen the need for this while the church preached to Greeks and Romans. This idea could have started when he returned to Jerusalem in 48 AD but the finished product we now have from Mark was probably made in his time in Anatolia 55 AD. It is indicated that Mark turned back alone to Jerusalem not wanting to continue the missionary journey, not wanting to cross the mountains or just tired of preaching to gentiles who would not listen. This may be the reason Paul did not want to take Mark with them on the second missionary journey. Barnabas however did. Silas joined Paul indicating Paul didn't seem completely unreasonable to everyone. Barnabas was indeed likely then Mark's uncle. Luke's book refers to him as Mark whereas Paul in his letters calls him Markus. Mark was killed for preaching in Alexandria 68 AD.
The matter of copying becomes complicated because, why would they have Jesus say things slightly different. And the things he says that are the exact same across accounts, well, is that copying or are they just telling you what Jesus said and exactly what happened. And another problem I have is, Why are things taken out. Why didn't Luke just put everything from Matthew and Mark and make an ultimate account. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzRwsDDGEOY I used to have a really good example of this I forget what it was. But so many things like telling you it was night when Jesus met Nicodemous and in fact many times the Gospels tell you the time.
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>>11516 >And another problem I have is, Why are things taken out. Why didn't Luke just put everything from Matthew and Mark and make an ultimate account. OP here, I think this is solved by everyone using a similar reference documents basically. You don't need some mysterious Q you just need people taking notes. I think it wouldn't be impossible for Mark to come after Matthew either because he might not have had personal access to copies of Matthew to distribute while on mission, while having a document ready with key points that he wanted to remember (leaving out things that were commonly known like the virgin birth,the Sermon on the Mount, the Lord's Prayer, the parables) that he gave out to be copied by the gentile church. John also excludes these elements for a personal focus on Jesus. Luke might not have personally visited Jerusalem to obtain a copy of Matthew and compiled his gospel independently from the source material that he obtained, which referenced Mark and Matthew but not in their entirety, and eyewitness interviews word for word (resulting in the first-person parts of Acts). Going over my original theory I realized it wouldn't make sense for Mark to have written anything for gentiles if he was working in Jerusalem before Matthew was done, since the Jerusalem church was apathetic to hostile to the conversion of gentiles from Peter even up to the incident at Antioch with Paul, and Jerusalem itself was a hotbed for anti-Roman sentiment that wouldn't have looked upon such an action favorably.
I have been missing the mention of Mark by Peter in his first letter. "Through Silvanus, to you the faithful brother, as I reckon, through few words I did write, exhorting and testifying this to be the true grace of God in which ye have stood. Salute you doth the Church in Babylon jointly elected, and Markus my son." We know Peter Mark and Silas are together with the Church in Babylon. Jews were banned from the real old Babylon at this time which was a wasteland. Rome or Jerusalem might be seen as Babylon. Silas first appears after the council of Jeruslum 50 AD and then he goes with Paul on the second missionary journey where he suddenly disappears from mention, it's not clear if he stayed in Macedonia or came back to Jerusalem with Paul and Luke in 57 AD. It's possible Silas didn't care much about returning to Jerusalem. When Silas first comes on he is always mentioned being with Judas Barsabas. They are mentioned as a pair, the two are referred to as chief men among the brethren and sent with Paul and the others to Antioch to deliver the message from Jerusalem Church 50 AD. That was their only job, Judas Barsabas goes back to Jerusalem after the mission but Silas stays and even ends up going on a huge 7 year adventure with Paul. So Silas may have been willing to stay with the new Churches in Macedonia. He's never mentioned again afterall. But then again maybe he did go back to Jerusalem. He has to at some point be in Rome or Jerusalem with Peter and Mark. Mark is never mentioned in Rome but Paul's final letter in 66 AD tells Timothy to bring Mark with him to Rome. Silas and Peter are never indicated to be at or going to Rome at times when if they were there they should have been mentioned. Peter was and known well to be a head for the Jerusalem church. I find it unlikely he ever really left unlike the other Apostles. Paul's letters on his way returning to Jerusalem 57 AD indicate Peter was probably there. But that's the last we know. Peter's letter calling Mark his son indicates when the letter was written they were very close to each other. The best time I think Peter's first letter would be back when they are still all at Jerusalem before 50 AD. The term "Babylon" is a joke or slight either way you look at it to some city, I can believe Peter would call Jerusalem Babylon given the hardships he dealt with there. We also know Peter probably wasn't in Anatolia since that's who he is writing to all the cities there. This has all be pointless then though because all I've come to is Peter and Mark and Silas were together in Jerusalem before 50 AD which we already knew and even if it was Peter and Mark and Silas in Rome in 67 AD after Paul asks Mark to come to Rome it is very unlikely that's when Mark wrote Mark. I think the reason Paul goes from angrily not wanting to take Mark with them in 50 AD and then calling him a fellow workman and desiring to see him years later is because he was impressed by his writing of a Gospel for the gentiles, something Paul of all people could appreciate.

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>>11534 And then yeah 1st Peter addresses Anatolia before Paul went there, and it is true there already were disciples but it seems like Peter would only send this letter after the second missionary journey unless he sent it with them for the journey but unlikely. Then both Silas and Mark could have then returned to Jerusalem after the second mission and the Peter wrote his letter to Anatolia which makes sense also why he even mentions Silas and Mark since they just went through there. However Mark was definitely in Anotolia later since Paul writes to Anatolia and greets him him. Then Mark and Silas could have returned to Peter in Jerusalem in 57 AD and then gone back to Anatolia perhaps even bringing Peter's letter. None of this would be a problem if Peter just said where he was instead of trying to be cheeky calling the city Babylon no time for that Peter. https://www.biblestudy.org/roman-empire/did-peter-live-die-in-rome.html Okay this is intereting, it says the greeting from the church that is at Babylon is a reference to Parthian Christians visting the Jerusalem church. Peter actually never mentions where he is because it is so obvious to anyone Peter is at Jerusalem where he always is. He never went to Rome, sorry Catholics, especially if you want to say his letter were from Rome. And I know this is a side thing but it's just because Peter does mention Mark being with him, so figuring out Mark's path is somewhat important to how and when Mark was written. The letter could refer to Peter's literal son named who happened to be named Mark, maybe named after John Mark. But we get into massive assumption territory really. We have historical reference that Mark and Peter were close and that is reflected by Bible twice.

I've always been curious about time perception: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_perception
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Reminder that the Pied Piper isn't just a a fairy tale. It's something that actually happened. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pied_Piper_of_Hamelin >It is 100 years since our children left.

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Infinity Cup poll Anonymous 04/22/2021 (Thu) 17:24:13 No.153 [Reply]
Hey guys, /icup/ here with a question on how we're going to handle the next iteration of the Infinity Cup ( https://anon.cafe/icup/ ) We're trying to poll whether certain boards are interested in playing in the cup, or if there's some specific team that you'd like to see play. If you want to, please answer or add your own answer to the poll in https://poal.me/6x3j1u
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This is unofficial spam, but you might be able to get a team in like /otter/ did.
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>>158 Isn't the cup too full already? eh, maybe theyll invite us
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>>495 arlight boys it looks like we need to have a SQUARE logo so which one of these do you prefer?
>>496 first one

Quantum Immortality Thread Anon 03/27/2022 (Sun) 20:21:30 No.6621 [Reply]
Do any of you believe in quantum immortality? Throughout my life, I have had multiple instances that I can point to where I should have by all rights diad, but did not, either due to a stroke of good luck or fortune, events and circumstances beyond my control, or an inexplicable burst of strength, speed, finesse, or skill (notable by the absence of an associated adrenaline rush or any sort of effort on my part to exert myself beyond my limits). Having (through absolutely no effort on my part) evacuated the continental united states immediately before the lockdowns, I can't help but feel I've dodged a bullet. Feeling pretty comfy, not going to lie. What about you all? Do any of you believe in Quantum Immortality, guardian angels, plot armor, or similar life-saving "luckiness"? Have you experienced anecdotal evidence in support of its existence in your life? Does it make you feel more secure, and less anxious?
>>6621 of course plenty of times when I was younger where I should've OD'd off certain drugs as well as getting hit by a car and not dying. It's either sheer "luck" or quantum immortality. No other explanation. I don't do any drugs and haven't for the past 5-10 years now as well just FYI this was in my teens. As for if this makes me feel less anxious I'm not sure I feel indifferent about it all.
I'm indifferent about it. It's outside of mine or anyone's control, so it doesn't really matter.
I'm from 4chan. This place is fun :D

On the lack of an Infinity Cup CLERMONT FOOT 63 Board owner 02/25/2022 (Fri) 22:38:22 No.2934 [Reply] [Last]
Scroll down on this post for a list of teams participating in the next cup Currently 27 Teams have joined and 2 need to complete their teams to participate Submissions end (tentatively) at 32! [29/32 done] Alright folks, I've waited for what it feels like an eternity and I've yet to receive any message from SKF, so it can be assumed that he's permanently MIA. Given that, I want to have a chat with you guys on the realistic chances of getting this show on the road. For starters, given how low the webring is interconnected compared to the last couple of years, I think it's in our best interests to ignore the "only webrings + 8ch" rule that was previously imposed. This means that we'd unban teams that used to cause problems (/leftypol/, /cow/) as well as allow any imageboard that feels committed enough to participate as their own team (as opposed to individual boards). This would in turn bring us a bit more viewership and participation than the old cup, which basically had just three boards editing wikis and rosters with custom models and whatnot. I want this tournament to feel like a party, not just a circlejerk. Secondly, we lack a lot of resources. To have a tournament, here's the bare minimum we need: >Min. 1 Host, in charge of running and streaming the game >Min. 2 Color Commentators (both to check eventual rigging and to monitor both chat and game), a host could double as a commentator >Min. 2 riggers to check that stats are appropriately loaded in >Min. 1 guy to record >Some anons advertising in a non shilly manner the event I sadly cannot be a reliable host as I can run PES, but the time zones when I could stream are kind of limited so at best I could offer token support. Finally, there's the issue of the game. We could still use PES as our baseline, and just take the exports from previous years and add and modify teams as we please. On the other hand, I think having some other game to use would also help dissociate our group from the 4chan Cup. I say this cause with PES we require a minimum of 8 active teams, whereas I don't know if other games can fit the bill or even allow for easier access to modding tools.

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>>3335 I probably have the ICUP5 strats sitting here somewhere. If you can find them before I do, take 'em.

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Comfy Youtube Channels Anon 01/09/2022 (Sun) 04:16:39 No.6265 [Reply]
Hey anons, what are your favourite comfy youtube channels? Mine are: Doggie Corgi https://youtube.com/watch?v=05tOA2Tfdv4 Steve1989MREInfo https://youtube.com/channel/UC2I6Et1JkidnnbWgJFiMeHA and Hodge Podge https://youtube.com/channel/UCbBqWmHZjnrG_YfhQfAjn0g What are yours?
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>>6735 Ohhh I really like this! Thank you! Here's one in return! https://youtube.com/watch?v=C7iWNwldpzo
Hello My Book is a comfy Japanese girl writing letters. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO2KF0Xd-P8iAPKAUXiVwTw
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmVGp8jfZ0VLg_i8TuCaBQw A channel about ambient music, if that is your thing like me while doing something else in the background.
>>6265 >>6852 that channel is beautiful! The Soul of Wind is another https://youtube.com/watch?v=1KvGdT4teHk

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A Christian Cultural Revolution AntichristHater69 04/11/2022 (Mon) 20:20:44 No.7790 [Reply] [Last]
The boards been feeling kinda dead lately so i figured i would make a thread addressing a important issue i dont see often talked about, the idea of a Christian cultural revolution. I want this thread to be both a place for discussion and coordination on how we accomplish our collective goal of destroying the current demonic culture and establishing a new Christian one. Keep D&C to a minimum. Cultural focus points: Abortion and Sex Mass Media Gluttony Poverty Tactical focus points: Dispersion of Ideas Methods and Tactics Organizing
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>>10966 >‘a sexuality that gives life.’ Well they're right about that, sodomy creates all kinds of life: HIV, siphylus, gonerhea, hepatitis the list goes on
>>10966 This is what happens when you replace scripture with fallen men.
>>10966 genuinely, why did they think this was a good idea?
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>>10966 Hey blackpill, I see you're crossposting again.

/christian/ Meta thread Anonymous 07/25/2020 (Sat) 09:38:59 No.144 [Reply] [Last]
Hello and welcome all to /christian/, the new church of the cafe. I'll be taking over from the old owner, so if there's anything you want to tell me about the board, go ahead and do it here. In addition, I'm looking for a few mods to maintain the status of the board. If you're interested, please, contact me at churchofanoncafe@airmail.cc to let me know.
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>Canadian college apologize for posting a gay Muslim meme and took it down is it wrong to laugh at degenerate liberal atheists who brought this on themselves? https://youtu.be/LYT605FkQ6A

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In which place I can host an inter-webring project? Anonymous 05/14/2022 (Sat) 18:27:43 No.15556 [Reply]
Hello. I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask so excuse me in advance if not. What I want to create is a webring for imageboard streaming projects (videogames, movies, podcasts, etc.), I have some knowledge regarding html, css and javascript so I suppose It shouldn't be hard to host a webpage with different affiliated streaming projects, but I would like to brainstorm ideas with other anons.
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So, like what? A website that has different "boards", if you will, that each have topic/board specific streams on them? That doesn't sound like a bad idea. "streamchan" or something, I guess. What would it look like? each "thread" OP being a stream and the thread itself being essentially the comment section? I keep putting things in quotes because it's non-traditional so it doesn't really sync up 1:1. Would the site store, or have the capacity to store, previous streams that were originally hosted on-site? If it isn't clear, I'm taking >a webring for imageboard streaming projects and assuming you mean >create a website that is connected to the webring Could you elaborate further on what your vision of this is? Are you thinking about making something like a cytube clone? A mix between self hosted streaming site and imageboard? Pure streaming site? Imageboard that allows external embedding of streams from other sites? I could see a textboard where OPs are the only thing that isn't relegated purely to text, being that they contain the stream itself, with posts acting as comments. Personally, I would like if your site hosted the streams directly, regardless if the site saves the streams after they're finished. Simply so someone could say NIGGER, or what have you, and never have to worry about it.
>>15561 >So, like what? A website that has different "boards", if you will, that each have topic/board specific streams on them? That doesn't sound like a bad idea. We already have that, actually. >>>/server/
Wait I can stream directly to /server/?
>>15563 Apologies for my misunderstanding Anon, no you can't.
>>15563 >>15564 /server/ BO here, I think it would be neat if you could stream directly like that, but as far as I know you can only embed vids from youtube or similar. Maybe you could stream from youtube but then you'd have to contend with youtube's rules and limitations. If we had another site from which we could embed vids/streams which had more similar freedom of speech that we have on most imageboards, then it might work better

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Praying the Psalms Anonymous 05/19/2022 (Thu) 20:55:49 No.11364 [Reply]
What do you guys make of using the Psalms as a prayer book? I'm an Orthodox Christian and just recently purchased a pocket sized Psalter (pic related, it's the one I bought from Jordanville), and decided to incorporate the Psalms into my daily prayer life. Do any of you pray the Psalms? Have you considered it? Do you use the Septuagint or Masoretic Texts as the basis for your Psalter?
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>>11364 Psalms are built into the order for daily prayer for Anglicans so yes. It occurs to me now that this might not be the case for other Christians. Do you not have appointed psalms in your private devotions in EO? I generally use the Coverdale translation in my 1662 BCP which is still the most poetic and pleasing-to-the-ears version of Psalms in English today. The translation of that Bible generally comes from the Greek and Latin as far as I'm aware although I'm not greatly knowledgeable in these things.
>>11430 >There is a reason that the word says to avoid 'vain repetitions'. Yes: "for they think they shall be heard for their much speaking"
>>11364 I pray the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It's mostly psalms, three for the main prayers and one for the smaller ones during the main part of the day.
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>>11364 Praying through the Psalms has helped me through many difficult times. Sometimes one's heart aches to pray, but does not have the words, or is distressed and cannot focus. I open the Psalms and pray with David, as I would a friend or family member, praying through multiple psalms and following their ups and downs, until my prayers are answered and I am given peace. >Do you use the Septuagint or Masoretic Texts as the basis for your Psalter? Sometimes I consult the Orthodox Study Bible (especially for its notes), but I must confess: I have a weakness for the beauty of the King James Version's Psalms. Like much ancient literature and most poetry, the Bible was written to be either read aloud or heard from another, and the KJV's translators were particularly sensitive to this. The way it flows and sounds is beautiful, spellbinding, and I cannot get enough of it. >>11430 >>11436 >There is a reason that the word says to avoid 'vain repetitions'. Which is immediately followed by Jesus giving The Lord's Prayer, a prayer which Jesus himself repeated multiple times throughout his life and instructed us to pray as well. Note that he specifies vain repetition, not repetition per se. Scripture is read, recited, or quoted, not improvised, and yet it still enters your heart. You can sing the Psalms from your heart, and many (if not all) of these Psalms are also prayers. So tell me: if a psalm, which is doubles as a prayer, is prayed instead of chanted, sung, or read as a lecture, does it cease to be from the heart?
>>11448 Does he mean vain as in praying the prayer without any reverence in it or did he mean vain as in praying publicly as the Pharisees did to show off how pious they were, or both?

فلان 05/09/2022 (Mon) 12:02:53 ID: 87ea2f No.380 [Reply]
besides islam, what are some religions you would dub "heroic"?
>>380 None. Other religions are evil. Wow this is a really low effort thread.
>>381 Would you at least consider Islam to be "heroic"?
=OH NO=

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Anonymous 05/04/2022 (Wed) 23:55:15 No.10191 [Reply]
A lot probably most of the people who post here are not saved. Obviously, and frankly I'm sick of it. If you haven't read the Gospel yet with an open heart than you need to, today. You're going to be in for a big surprise on judgement when you find out you are not a disciple. I don't want anyone to be in for a surprise. You're not reading the Bible to get smarter. A total change needs to happen in your life with humility and repentence and start over. If you are defeated by sin over and over again, if you don't make any progress toward understanding Jesus if you do not love Jesus, if your priority is to go to Heaven rather than be with Jesus and have his likeness than you need to be born again and ask Jesus to do this. Jesus is only wanting those who truly want him. If you are not being aiding by the Holy Spirit you are not saved. And this is serious. There are audio Bibles with read along text on the internet, very good way to read the Gospel. You are not going to Heaven because you were baptised, you are not going to Heaven because you repent of your sins every day or because you put up a fight and struggle with sin. If you don't know that Jesus has saved you from the wreckage you are not with him. And I think it's time to lay that out very bluntly all you people cursing about N-words and you have lewd but not nude anime images and you think other religions are pretty cool that is ALL from Hell. It's very important to understand the Gospel and accept you need to die and give up your life everything. If you spend all day watching e-drama videos and posting about skin colour racial groups on imageboards and zero time watching sermons or learning more about God and the Bible you're not going to Heaven just because you believe Jesus probably rose from the dead. A lot of people know all this but, obviously many many who post here are not real Christians and I think there's one other thread about this but please do inspect yourself.
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And because so few people are saved here they are NOT working out their salvation because they don't have it, probably because they are being told by sick Gospel corrupters that they need to just be good enough and eat wine and bread and fast. So they can still swear and talk nonsense and watch ecchi anime or whatever. So stop messing around and if you are not sure of your salvation then you need to get sure. Because that's just the beginning. We don't work to get saved we are saved to do to works, very blatantly said in the letter to the Ephesians: "for by grace ye are having been saved, through faith, and this not of you -- of God the gift, not of works, that no one may boast; for of Him we are workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to good works, which God did before prepare, that in them we may walk." And that is a real literal verse and there is many that we are to serve God simply by faith and grace and it has nothing to do with salvation or sins being forgiven. Jesus forgave people's sins because of their faith. Including even the woman who anointed him with oil and perfume and wiped his feet, he says it is her faith that is why her sins are forgiven. The cursing and the race topics which have died down anyways since I made this thread but for anyone who thinks they are in Christ and still acting like the world you have been tricked. And it's time to get more serious and really take that time because it is serious. If your life hasn't made a change, that's trouble. For anyone holding on to something that they know comes between them and Christ or that they know they should let go of, if anything came to mind then let go of it. Walk in faith which leads to good deeds, you could only do good and selfless deeds if you have faith. Do you really believe that Jesus died and rose. Do you really believe that he can forgive all your sins past present and future. You still of course need to confess sins, you should and be forgiven but the Holy Spirit chooses you when you believe you can be forgiven and changed. Some need to really have faith in the power of Jesus and that dedicating everything to him can only be a good thing. No holding on to anything else.
Boast that God saved someone who did not deserve it. Paul's letters are many times about warning churches to stop trying to be "extra saved" because it was and still is a widespread problem. Until you are certain of your being set aside for the Kingdom you are going to struggle with sin. Until you have a true sense of Heaven and of love and appreciation of God. Doubt of God's words and power is going to give you sin. Believe Jesus can once and for all cure you and change you, even if he saves you and you begin to doubt then that's the only thing that will make you a backslider. Doubt is the heart of backsliding. And you can essentially doubt yourself out of God just as you must faith yourself into him. He really wants that because faith is trust and if you trust God is good and perfect then you'll do his will always and everything works. "For not through law is the promise to Abraham, or to his seed, of his being heir of the world, but through the righteousness of faith;" "for if Abraham by works was declared righteous, he hath to boast -- but not before god; for what doth the writing say? `And Abraham did believe God, and it was reckoned to him -- to righteousness;' and to him who is working, the reward is not reckoned of grace, but of debt; and to him who is not working, and is believing upon Him who is declaring righteous the impious, his faith is reckoned -- to righteousness:" Now you say, oh you're really saying we can just lie around then since we don't have to do anything. No. I want to address people who are not even at step one being hired and yet are trying to jump to step three, working. You are hired on Earth not in Heaven and you are then given training by the Holy Spirit and then work, of course you still learn and train your whole life by experience and all that. And losing your job is extremely difficult but it's a different topic.
>>11203 Do you understand how a translation works? English is not a perfect language.
>>11199 >>11202 >>11203 >>11204 >>11206 Bro. It was probably just a typographical error. Relax. Go touch grass. >>11201 Based.
Don't you have more important people IRL to preach to like your family or the homeless shelter, OP?

Would we get Bored in heaven? Sperit 05/16/2022 (Mon) 10:41:58 No.11197 [Reply]
What would happen to us after a quadrillion years in heaven? Would anything new become obsolete because we have literaly done anything that could possibly be done? What do you think we would be doing once we got into heaven and would it be the same stuff forever?
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>>11316 Muslim women are sexually repressed?
>>11345 You'd be sexually repressed to if you had to rely on some arabic half-eunuch for satisfaction.
>>11347 Not to mention the thriving gay scene in arabia.

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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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>>6532 You are berry kind, thank you! Also an update: I'm now on food stamps. Goodbye to overeating oatmeal because it and milk were about the only things I could afford!
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>>5219 Kinda crazy to think that I made this thread several months ago. Navy life is alright so far (but that's because I'm still on school). Met a ton of friends and a cutie tomboy girl a few months ago, we've connected so much about a lot of things and we're still together happily (never thought I'd be so close someone because of the Navy). I'm so happy so far bros, but who knew I'd find so much fun here in the military
>>6872 congrats bro
>>6873 thanks! and evening comfybro, hopefully you had a comfy nice day hopefully friday will be a nice day too!
>>6874 np, and hopefully so.

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Anonymous 04/25/2022 (Mon) 00:01:55 No.9229 [Reply]
How do I memorize the Lord's prayer?
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>>9808 That is literally exactly what it means
>>9746 >Our Father which art Jarring.
>>11325 art is the second-person singular form of be in Early Modern English. It is also still in modern English: You are, not you is, which comes from thou art. Modern English is a language with a greater number of words but breaks all of its own grammatical rules.
>>11329 11325 is a shitskin troll, don't even bother.
>>11329 I was referring to the which.

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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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>>1994 >Win2K Windows 2000 doesn't get the love it deserves. It has all the stability of being built on the NT kernel packaged in a refined Windows classic theme. It's so nice.
>>2356 I just installed it. It is confusing to figure out but overall has that very nice ugly 90's look.
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>>2363 >very nice ugly 90's look But it's beautiful. It has S O V L Also you can also exclusively use keybindings.
>>2368 I wasn't criticizing it when I said it was a very nice ugly 90's look. I absolutely love it.
>>2368 That looks pretty sharp with that monitor and keyboard.

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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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>>6863 That sounds nice. I'll have to remember to stop in.
heyyy is anyone here? kinda bored right now
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>>6869 Good evening to you too.
>>6870 Wow, that's a cool castle

Fellow Time Traveler 04/15/2020 (Wed) 02:12:08 No.536 [Reply] [Last]
Aesthetics thread Missing files >>1594
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memento mori Anonymous 05/14/2022 (Sat) 10:05:17 No.11088 [Reply]
How present should the "remeberance" of death be in my life? Should I literally think i may die in my sleep each night? do i have to become more brave and life a more brilliant life,without fear and cowardice,knowing i will certainly die?
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>>11156 if you think that way, why are you on this board? if you've chosen not to be a christian, that's your choice, but you might be happier somewhere else.
>>11143 >>11154 >Aurelius >Esoteric Do you even know what 'esoteric' means? Aurelius was not esoteric, his works were common knowledge. They are still widely studied today, including by Christians.
>>11154 Why can't a Christian be a person who can endure pain or hardship without showing their feelings or complaining? If anything having faith in God would help you endure hardship.
>>11170 I would suggest you might enjoy reading Foxe's Book of Martyrs 1&2 Anon.
>>11170 4 Maccabees from the Apocrypha is also about this

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Anonymous 05/06/2022 (Fri) 01:52:42 No.10324 [Reply]
Right now there are literally demons flying around the atmosphere in spherical and saucer shaped craft hunting for innocents to terrify and to anally rape. Mandatory public schools teach children that they are no more than rearranged pondscum. Sodomites parade through our streets and have an entire month dedicated to sinful 'pride'. Millions of men are being filled with estrogen and are pretending to be women, having their genitals mutilated. Millions of women are being filled with testosterone and are pretending to be men, having their genitals mutilated. Every sort of bizarre sex-act imaginable is available at the click of a button. Most children are exposed to hardcore pornography before the age of ten. Hedonistic fornicating women believe that the mass-execution of innocent children is a 'human right'. Most marriages end in divorce. The nuclear family is dissolving. Witchcraft and occultism are more trendy and practiced more than ever before. Millions of Westerners regularly engage in pagan practices such as yoga, and believe in things like karma and reincarnation, even self-professed Christians. Most Christians believe in a false Gospel. Heresy is rampant. Sodomites fill the Churches. Ecumenists promote reconciliation with Christ-killing Jews and Islamic antichrists. Transhumanists are controlling society. They are part of a mother earth cult and wish to depopulate the globe to 500 million people. Millions of people were forcibly injected with experimental gene therapy and forced to technocratic system with a proto-Mark of the Beast. Our society is controlled by Jews and transhumanist billionaires. "In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6veaj2gst8
>Right now there are literally demons flying around the atmosphere so Elon Musk is right in wanting to go to mars? past atmosphere=no demons=sinless Eden again
>>10344 The entire universe was corrupted by the sin of Adam.
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>>10324 btw muslims countries also are filled with degeneracy masked in virtue. Iran allows polygamy prostitution (mutah) sex reassignment surgery child rape and prositution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mluAsZFy5Ls
>>11243 Islam has made an entire region of Pharisees. It works like a mafia. They will kill you if you leave. False righteousness is rampant through the region. Works and no faith. As you say, the fruits speak for themselves.

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Anon 11/13/2021 (Sat) 21:26:26 No.6092 [Reply]
What was the most comfiest time in ur life anon?
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>>6821 Yes we do
>>6821 Why not?
>>6821 i did my time alone lol
Quarantine was bretty good, got laid off so I got some warhammer minis and painted while receiving government checks.
>>6821 Rood

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Today I woke up knowing I will die soon Anon 05/08/2022 (Sun) 19:18:43 No.6782 [Reply]
it's so /comfy/ bros. I've come to terms with my suicide, no more pain, no more suffering, see you all on the other side.
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>>6836 I think he referred to there because you were posting religiostic things.
>>6837 I haven't I've posted anything religious. Mostly archeology. Religion is believing asteroids carried water to Earth and that the Earth spun itself into existence from dust and that life evolved from rocks and all matter and laws just came into existence by the force of nothing. Cool fantasy but uhh you know I prefer reality and evidence and facts. That's just another obvious indicator the person who made that board is not a Christian he put 'religious discussion' in the title what the heck. Eberry religion is from the devil. I hope the creator of this thread isn't dead yet though as I say I think most people will have a chance to be born again even shortly after they leave their body.
>>6838 >I haven't I've posted anything religious. Mostly archeology. You're posting nonsense based on ancient myths and trying to ram it down eberryone else's throats. >Religion is believing asteroids carried water to Earth and that the Earth spun itself into existence from dust and that life evolved from rocks and all matter and laws just came into existence by the force of nothing. No, there's no supernatural element to it in the least. Why does causation matter when time wood have to exist to make causation a relevant concept in the first place? Belief in Yahweh isn't any more necessary than other figure from ancient myths. >Cool fantasy but uhh you know I prefer reality and evidence and facts. Doesn't seem like it.
>>6839 Don't.... yellow text me.
>>6782 I had the same feel a couple weeks ago, not suicidal though. Just like after all these years of fearing death I finally got tired of it. I felt really happy too. pls no kill urself op or rip idk

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Anti-Islam Thread Anonymous 02/19/2022 (Sat) 22:29:32 No.4322 [Reply] [Last]
ITT we post information against the heresy of the Muhammadans, and how to debunk their apologetic, their theology, and their false prophet and scriptures. St. John of Damascus’s Critique of Islam http://orthodoxinfo.com/general/stjohn_islam.aspx Islam. Orthodox View https://azbyka.ru/otechnik/world/islam-orthodox-view/ Orthodox Shahada https://www.youtube.com/c/OrthodoxShahada/videos Short critique of Islam by a Bishop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Orz-n5ir9mg
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>>11224 Well yeah. It calls God the best of deceivers and the context is Him disguising someone else as Jesus so they can get crucified in his place, so even putting aside the meaning of the original word and how it's used throughout the quran the context still clearly points towards deceit.
>>11230 Not even Calvin endorsed double predestination if I am recalling correctly. And that's saying something.
>>11234 You are recalling incorrectly. The bible endorses it in any case
>>11235 God desires for all to be saved. It’s right in the Bible. Stop preaching a false Gospel
>>11236 God made one vessel for mercy and one for destruction. And double predestination is not part of the gospel

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A humble travelling historians desire travelling historian 01/14/2020 (Tue) 13:13:16 No.601 [Reply]
Greetings to all indigeneous creatures of this board.

I am an ancient traveler on this forsaken land. I‘ve been to countless boards and numerous threads, seen such dreadful beings your minds couldn’t even begin to process. The soul purpose of my journey is to study these distant lands and the inhabitants native to this land.

Therefore I humbly ask you kind strangers to reveal your secret history and hidden treasures to this peaceful historian.

"A generation which ignores its own history has no past and no future." Robert Heinlein
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>>601
I found out about 8chan through a roundabout way from 4ch /x/
I claimed /hover/ in 2015 and turned it into something, made a CSS for it and put in content but after browsing some boards decided to let it remain obscure
When 8chan went down I thought about letting it go but then found a site I thought might be suitable for it, but after being on that site for a bit over a month realized it was a mistake (alt-chan federation). 8chan going down also made it clear that some boards might never come back or be anything like they were before so I thought of ways to preserve the impressions I had of them, so I experimented with CSS and found out I could style individual threads and even individual posts on lynxchan so I decided to make this board
>>601 List all of the boards you've visited in alphabetical order.
>>601 dataminer-kun, pls. we have no secrets here but the one great mystery. Namely, 'Why are buns so darn cute' .
>>601 Berz?
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Anonymous 05/04/2022 (Wed) 03:42:49 No.10044 [Reply]
Is piracy the same as theft?
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>>10044 Even if it is Disney deserves to be stolen from.
>>11155 >but we are still to abide by the law Daniel, the three Hebrew boys, Jesus Christ and the Apostles would like a word with you.
>>10047 How is income stolen if you weren't going to pay in the first place?
>>11179 Because they use the false equivalency that pirating means you would have purchased it. Is watching a movie through a window at a movie theatre stealing? Is recording songs off the radio? If i write a song and play it on guitar, and someone else hears it and also plays the song, is that theft? If someone makes and sells bread, and I figure out exactly what he did by watching him, then recreate that same bread for myself using my own ingredients, is that theft? what if i sell that bread? Is copying images on the internet theft? Many images are sold for websites but anyone is free to save them. If you agree recipes arent theft because the law doesnt. Then are you implying God's law arbitrarily changes according to copyright laws and changes time period to time period and location to location? are prints, posters, recreations of famous artworks theft? can you steal from the dead? can ownership of an idea or concept transfer from a creator to someone else and be claimed as property? Does God recognize copyright law and license distribution as ownership?
Intellectual property isn't real. Ideas are free.

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Rome mandates sodomy Anonymous 05/13/2022 (Fri) 02:18:47 No.10993 [Reply]
We are seeing the conclusion of what happens when you replace divine authority with human authority, when you replace the unchanging word of God with the everchanging words of men. Once upon a time in the church of Rome idolaters were a rejected minority only in the laity, over time they became the clergy and idolatry became the official position of Rome. Likewise sodomites were once rejected, but now that they are the head and the body of the Roman church (as is proven by all the rape of young boys), sodomy has become the official position of Rome, the corruption repeating. You cannot be a good papist without supporting sodomy. Perhaps they will object that there are churches which call themselves Lutheran or Presbyterian and also permit abominations. This is true, but whereas they have separated themselves from the body of Christ, the head of which is Christ, a Romanist who does not permit abominations separates himself from Rome, the head of which is the pope; because while in Christianity the standard of our faith is the word of God in scripture, the Romanist has rejected that standard in favor of what this man in Rome has to say. So he is beholden to that standard to which he would enslave us. Hence the Christian who permits sodomy rebels against God, but the papist who forbids sodomy rebels against the papacy.
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>>11185 Imagine not being able to add anything to a discussion, and having to resort to posting no image. Get off this imageboard, you no-iq niggerfaggot.
>>11185 That is how every dipshit argues. >my ideology is only for The Beautiful People (TM)(C)(R)(TM) ALL RIGHTS RESERVED >you must look like this to JOIN US >wonders why no one that looks like that wants anything to do you
>>11185 This thread isn't about your autism, nigger
>>11185 I don't need to add anything to the discussion when someone is just mocking us. Why would you take some shit post seriously. Hes clearly made up his mind that the bible is just a jewish fanfic, there is no point in arguing with retards who use the word christcuck or use name calling like you are.
Terrible thread so far. >>11002 >>11067 Catholic doctrine claims popes are infallible. >>11103 Read Romans 1:18-32 if you're actually Christian. >>11168 >>11214 You encourage their shitposts by shitposting, especially when you use JIDF template posting tactics. Knock it off.

Operating systems Fellow Time Traveler 11/29/2021 (Mon) 17:06:33 No.2102 [Reply]
What is your favorite operating system? Do you prefer MS-DOS, Windows 3.1, 95, or something else? FreeDOS? Some flavor of Linux?
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>>2120 Those aren't Debian-specific issues though; those are problems with most mainstream Linux distributions.
>>2120 >>2121 Heck Pulse is optional (mostly anyway but there are wrappers IIRC) and Devaun exists if you really don't like Systemd. As for that last one only 2 members in the head Officers group have female names (https://www.debian.org/intro/organization) but no idea what their situation is. According to https://contributors.debian.org it's mostly dudes also.
>>2103 If you like the classic windows look and fell, I'd probably just use Linux+XFCE+Chicago95 theme. With DOSBox and Wine, you could probably use many of the older applications too, while having access to newer opensource applications.
>>2103 >If there were a way to use it in the modern age without being gimped to hell and back I'd still use it. There are ways to extend it's functionality. This website has a collection of files that you can install to extend it's capabilities to even be able to possibly install some XP applications. https://i430vx.net/files/Win2k/>>2103
>>2120 >Systemd Install Devuan >pulseaudio Replace it with something else >the tranny takeover How does this affect Debian?

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