Posts Tagged ‘Christianity’
From Genesis Chapter 12.
God sends Abraham on a spiritual journey as well as a physical one.
God tells Abraham he will make from him a great nation.
Those who bless it, God will bless.
Those who curse it, God will curse.
God was talking about the Jews.
Send this to a muslim you love.
We might also take a look at the Catholic church — especially the Vatican. I don’t think they wear those penis hats (Papal Tiaras) for nothing.
Were Nazis a homosexual, pagan cult?
That’s the conclusion of updated classic ‘The Pink Swastika’
It’s a book that has been shunned from libraries.
It’s a book that is disturbing, compelling and persuasive on its major point – that homosexuals dominated the German Nazi Party from its birth through its catastrophic demise.
It’s a book that is vilified by America’s “gay” activist establishment.
But it’s also a highly footnoted, meticulously documented book whose primary sources include the best historical work on the rise and fall of the Third Reich.“The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party” by Scott Lively and Kevin Abrams challenges the notion that homosexuals were victimized during the Holocaust in ways comparable to the Jews. But it does much more than that. It also makes the case that the Nazi Party is best understood as a neo-pagan, homosexual cult. (more…)
Posted in Obama, tagged Africa, Barack Obama, Christianity, Dreams From My Father, George W. Bush, Islam, Muhammad, Muslim, New Black Panthers, Ronald Reagan, The Audacity of Hope on October 29, 2010 | 1 Comment »
Quotes by Our Illustrious President With Two Names
Everyone of voting age should read these two books:
- Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance
- Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream
Don’t waste your money purchasing them. Just check them out at your local library.
From Dreams of My Father:
“I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of 12 or 13 when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.” “I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race.”
“There was something about her that made me wary, a little too sure of herself, maybe and white.” (more…)
African Christians vs. Islamists
by Ralph peters
The Islamists have it wrong: Islam isn’t the world’s fastest-growing religion. By birth numbers and convert tallies, it’s Christianity.
And Africa’s at the forefront — a fact thats going to body-slam Muslim extremists sooner or later.
The bombings that recently butchered World Cup fans in Uganda were just the latest in a long line of crazed attacks on African Christians by Islamist fanatics. In the central states of Nigeria — Africa’s most-populous country — religious pogroms and counter-pogroms between Muslims and Christians have become routine.
Backlash building: Family members grieve for six Eritreans killed in an Islamist bombing attack in Kampala, Uganda July 11.
Backlash building: Family members grieve for six Eritreans killed in an Islamist bombing attack in Kampala, Uganda July 11.
In Kenya, al Shabaab terrorists from neighboring Somalia stir up trouble and make grotesque threats. And we all know what bestial acts Sudan’s Islamist government has perpetrated against black Christians over the decades.
Throughout the region, patience is wearing thin. Africa’s impassioned forms of charismatic and Pentecostal Christianity won’t turn the other cheek forever. The coming backlash could be ferocious (even dictatorships could exploit a vengeful popular mood). (more…)
Posted in Shlomo Muslim PhD, tagged Antichrist, Apostle Paul, Christ, Christianity, give thanks, giving thanks, Hebrew Bible, Israel, Jerusalem, Jesus, Judaism, Messiah, Moshiach, Shlomo Muslim PhD, Temple, Temple Mount, Thanksgiving, Thessalonians on November 27, 2008 | 9 Comments »
Wait no longer for the Antichrist, for the Antichrist has come. In II Thessalonians, the Apostle Paul told that the coming of the Messiah would be preceded by the revelation of the Antichrist who would come and sit in the Temple of God posing as God.
Well folks, that’s already happened! Jesus came. He went to the Temple. And thanks to 1.5 billion believers, without a doubt we can say he was the false one, the one who thousands of millions would falsely believe was God, or God’s son, or whatever.
It took almost 2,000 years, but now the believers are beginning to see their mistake. How they twisted the words of the Hebrew Bible to mean something different, and how they turned Jesus into something he wasn’t.
Now we see the “Christ” was actually the Antichrist.
This is good news!
For this news we should all give thanks.
With Barack Obama, a Black-Christian with Muslim roots, on the brink of becoming the President of the Free World, I want to remind people of another individual who was also seen as somewhat messianic. The other person I am referring to is Jesus.
Because I’m Jewish, my role as a Jew in the world is never going to go away. I live, eat and breathe my mission in everything I say and do, as my gentle readers know only too well.
Whether you prefer to think of me, and of other Jews as well, as being chosen or as choosing, we Jews took on the yoke of spreading God’s word around the world. I call it God’s word. Call it what you will. Even if you don’t believe in God, that’s fine with me. To me, what we’re spreading is an ethical set of concepts designed to make the world and people better and more civilized.
Jews accepted the concept that we would try to obey 613 rules while at the same time, we Jews would also try to get non-Jews to obey 7 rules. (more…)
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Christianity, Christians, Hindu, Hindus, India, Manmhan Singh, Maoists, Orissa, Sabyasachi Panda, Saraswati, Swami Laxamananda, TMQ2, Vatican on October 5, 2008 | Leave a Comment »
India Maoists Claim Killing That Sparked Anti-Christian Riots
NEW DELHI – A Maoist leader has claimed responsibility for the death of a Hindu holy man whose murder sparked savage anti-Christian riots in India, news reports said Sunday.
Hardline Hindus had blamed Christians for the killing of Swami Laxamananda Saraswati, which led to widespread rioting and the death of at least 33 people in Hindu-Christian clashes in eastern Orissa state.
The Hindu leader had been associated with a radical group opposed to Hindus converting to Christianity.
But the Maoists said they killed Saraswati because he was forcing tribal people to convert to Hinduism. (more…)
Question: Who was the first to say, “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself”?
Answer: If you thought it was Jesus or Hillel, think again. In Leviticus 19:18 and Leviticus 19:34 attribution goes to none other than the Lord, who told Moses to say this to the Children of Israel.
Question: Who is described in the Bible as “very meek, above all the men that were on the face of the earth”?
Answer: If you think the answer is Jesus you would be wrong. The answer is Moses (Numbers 12:3).
Question: What British Prime Minister said, “One half of the western world worships a Jew and the other half a Jewess?”
Answer: Benjamin Disraeli
Islamofascists from the “Religion of Peace” strike with violence once again:
Christian Theology Students Forced off Campus by Mob of Islamic Hard-liners
JAKARTA, Indonesia — Hundreds of Christian theology students have been living in tents since a mob of angry Muslim neighbors stormed their campus last month wielding bamboo spears and hurling Molotov cocktails.
The incident comes amid growing concern that Indonesia’s tradition of religious tolerance is under threat from Islamic hard-liners. }} more…
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Abortion, Catholicism, Catholics, Christianity, Christians, Jewish child, Jewish man, Jewish woman, Jews, Murder, Papacy, PhD, Pope, Shlomo Muslim, Vatican on August 7, 2008 | Leave a Comment »
We know how obstinate the papacy is when it comes to its doctrinaire teachings. Almost as obstinate as the Muslim theocracy (= theocrazy).
Don’t get me going on Christians and stem-cells or Christians and abortion. Theocracy = Idiocy. I see, I see, but not the papacy. The papacy can’t see. The Holy See is blinded by the light, revved up like a douche, another runner in the night…
What really gets me is how great the Vatican’s library is, how full its archives, and how little it lets out, and how few are granted access and given permission to conduct research inside those hallowed halls.
For instance, given the Vatican’s high and mighty preachings about the sacrosanct human egg, and how one must never kill a zygote (a fertilized egg) much less an embryo, consider how invaluable it would be to read all the Vatican’s records on whether it is a sin or not to murder a Jew and whether killing a Jewish child is a holier act than killing a Jewish woman or man?
Why won’t the popes let us read what the infallible popes had to say about such things?
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Abraham, Christianity, Ishmael, Islam, Jesus, Koran, Mohammed, Original Lie, Original Sin, sex chromosome, Truth, Virgin Birth, virginity, Y chromosome on July 12, 2008 | 6 Comments »
On July 11, 2008 I posted a piece entitled “Jesse Jackson’s Nuts and Obama’s Balls.” With gonads in our presidential debate, it seemed fitting to launch into a discussion of truth, based on the principal’s bonafides. There was no way you could have known that from the testicular title, that the article was about TRUTH, and how it is up there near or at the top of Jewish values. To drive my point home, I quoted some pertinent sources.
What I didn’t say, is although truth is paramount among Jewish values, the same cannot be said about Christianity and Islam, since both are based on an Original Lie. Christians make a big thing about Original Sin, but that’s just a smokescreen for their Original Lie.
Christianity’s Original Lie is that Jesus was the product of a virgin birth. That’s not only impossible, it’s absolutely impossible because a female human cannot give birth to a male human without a Y chromosome. This is not possible if the female is a virgin. Case closed.
Islam’s Original Lie is that Mohammed was descended from Ishmael, Abraham’s son. In the absence of a robust oral tradition to that effect, with millions descended from Ishmael, it is not possible that Mohammed, out of the blue, could have known his lineage going back 2,500 years.
When you read his Koran it becomes immediately apparent that he was very well acquainted with Judaism and the Torah. But it is equally as apparent that he didn’t have a hint or a clue to trace even a vestige of his lineage back 2,500 years all the way to Abraham.
With the Jews, we know so many generations of even our earliest ancestors. Not so with Muslims. Therefore, both Islam and Christianity are brothers in that they both share their starts from an Original Lie.
Moses is obviously important. Some might say seminal. The roles he played, he was strong, brave, a diplomat, he had tremendous leadership skills, and when he had to be, he was able to make whatever decisions the situations called for. And he is accorded an important role in what the development and history of Judaism.
Jesus is also important. (more…)
Omissions and Emissions
Leaving something out is just as important as sticking something in. It’s criminal not to warn someone that the person you are getting involved with has priors. Especially if that person is a sex offender. You’d think employees at a Catholic school would know this by now. Apparently they don’t. Morals just don’t matter to people of that cloth. What’s their problem? Have they been so busy lying about the Gospel for so long, they can’t tell the truth about anything anymore? (more…)
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Ada Yardeni, Binyamin Elitzur, Cathedra, Christianity, David Jeselsohn, dead sea scrolls, Gabriel, gabriel's vision, Jews, resurrection, shloshat yamin, tablet, TMQ2 on July 7, 2008 | 2 Comments »
Dead Sea tablet suggests Jewish resurrection imagery pre-dates Jesus
by Ofri Ilani | Haaretz
The premise that the Messiah died and was resurrected after three days is considered the foundation of the Christian faith, one which differentiates it from Judaism. Through the generations, this belief stood at the center of the debate between Christians and Jews. But now, a mysterious tablet from the time of the second temple has led researchers
Jesus wasn’t the son of God. Nor was he the messiah. Nor was he God. Each of these ideas originate in misinterpretations of words and what they used to mean. For instance, Paul the Apostle was the first to call Jesus the “Son of God.” At that time, when the term was used in Israel, it (more…)
Posted in Executions, tagged Adonis, Christ, Christianity, Corinthians, crucified, Dionysius, Executions, Franklin W. Young, God, Howard Clark Kee, Jesus, Judaism, Karlfried Froehlich, Messiah, New Testament, Osiris on June 23, 2008 | Leave a Comment »
The authors of “Understanding The New Testament” (by Howard Clark Kee, Franklin W. Young and Karlfried Froehlich) wrote:
“the preachers of the Gospel claimed that Judaism did not really understand the import of its own scriptures, but that the Christians did. What the God of Israel intended and what he had promised were now actually fulfilled in the coming of Jesus as Messiah and in its consequent effects on the Christian community.
The Greek hearers of the Gospel had just as great difficulty with it, though on different grounds. They were familiar with claims of various religions that a certain divine man or a certain god masquerading as a man–whether Osiris or Adonis or Dionysius–had died and then been restored to life, thereby becoming savior of those who worshiped him. But the claim that an historical figure who had been recently executed as a criminal had now been exalted by God and was the savior of the world–such a claim was utterly foolish. In full recognition of ‘the folly of what we preach’ (I Cor. 1:21), Paul continued to proclaim to Greeks the ‘foolish’ message of Jesus Christ crucified and risen from the dead.”
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Arthur Cunningham, Birmingham, British, Christianity, courts, England, faith under fire, Muslim Area, PCSO, preaching gospel, what's fair is fair on June 20, 2008 | 2 Comments »
In lots of Muslim countries you can’t live as a non-Muslim. In many, if you preach your faith to others you are killed or jailed. If you’re a Muslim and you convert, you are killed or jailed.
In many of these Muslim countries, there is no separation of mosque and state. Even in the new constitution of Iraq, it says right there in black and white that Iraq is a Muslim country and they openly give the non-Muslims a hard time. Over the past 100 years Muslims have done what many Christian countries did over the past 100 years. They pushed the others out or killed them.
We still let Turkey cover up what it did to the Armenians. They cover it up so we don’t hunt down their genocidal criminals. We help the Muslims cover up their genocide.
In Muslim countries, the call for prayer is sung loudly several times daily, even where non-Muslims live. Much as in Christian countries, the church bells ring several times daily, even where non-Christians live. This was accepted, tolerated, whatever, by everyone.
However, there are places in Europe where the Christians are buckling under pressure from the Muslims. When Muslims say they don’t want Christians spreading their message in Muslim areas, it appears the courts are backing them up.
Imagine in the United States if in Jewish areas the courts denied churches the right to ring their bells, and if in Jewish areas, like say, Manhattan, the courts denied those crazy Jesus people the right to should their message on the street corners, and imagine if in Skokie, Illinois, the courts denied the KKK from marching through neighborhoods where the neighbors were Holocaust survivors.
I’m enjoying imagining all this. I figure, what’s fair is fair…
And yet, others say:
FAITH UNDER FIRE
American Christians face ‘hate crime’ for preaching gospel (more…)