Happy Easter

I’m celebrating by watching a bootleg copy of Passion of the Christ in my apartment, then I’m going to have lunch at an older coworker’s house along with a couple of Chinese exchange students. If that doesn’t represent the absolute state of Christendom in microcosm, then I can’t imagine what in the last week could. Christians in the West have become foreigners in their own churches and families, living like aliens in an alien land. Shall we accept good from God, and not trouble?

Deus vult. Worthy is the lamb who was slain, He is risen.

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24 Responses to Happy Easter

  1. Mycroft Jones says:

    He is risen indeed.

  2. bicebicebice says:

    ” along with a couple of Chinese exchange students”

    Et tu, Koanic? krishhtianity is one hell of a drug, pretty soon itz only accomplishment is, when gathering people into a place for an absolute minimum of time failed, being able to say that-people say “umma krishhan”, because errebody said so. put some respek on muh christ because right now itz looking like he died so 15 billion chillums couldn’t even play video games.

    not even the manbearbonobopig behaved this way. a real shame on a niggah

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      In this case I blame economics, mostly. Everybody moves away from each other to serve the whims of their corporate masters. What’s the point in inviting people over for dinner when, on average, you’ll know each other for a year? Might as well be moving to a different English-speaking country every two years, blending into the borgmind megachurches each time.

      After moving twenty times in twelve years for college and then post-college survival in the new underclass, the first thing I learned was that owning furniture is pointless, and the second thing was not to get attached to anyone.

  3. Aeoli Pera says:

    Show me a community of more than 150 people that doesn’t send its bright kids to college and I’ll show you the future owners of this country.

  4. glosoli says:

    Aeoli, the economics aren’t to blame, it’s the goal of our enemy to split families, destroy communities, destroy churches, destroy hope, destroy the world’s faith and belief in what Jehovah did for us via Christ’s sacrifice. Economics, or the laws, govts, all of that are just his tools.

    Our enemy is predicted to be mostly successful, only 144,000 make it out alive. I pray my Thal brothers will be in that number. Did you read that Sabbath document yet btw?

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      >Aeoli, the economics aren’t to blame, it’s the goal of our enemy to split families, destroy communities, destroy churches, destroy hope, destroy the world’s faith and belief in what Jehovah did for us via Christ’s sacrifice. Economics, or the laws, govts, all of that are just his tools.

      Well, yeah. But in day-to-day terms, you aren’t fighting the enemies, you’re fighting the economics.

      >Our enemy is predicted to be mostly successful, only 144,000 make it out alive.

      You’ve been talking to Mycroft too much. The Jehovah’s Witnesses are an antiChristian cult of Judaizers and you’ve been bamboozled.

      >Did you read that Sabbath document yet btw?

      Still reading The Code Book, which was second on the list. Working stiffs don’t have a lot of time for non-audiobook reading so I only do about three standard books a year.

  5. glosoli says:

    Only last week was I challenging a JW in a shopping centre near me about their false beliefs. If you’d read my blog post about my interaction with Satan on Twitter, you’ll know it was my attacking the JW (and their subtle lies) that stirred up Satan. Plus, Mycroft isn’t a JW, and we have slightly different views on the law. Funny how the law stirs up such vitriol amongst brothers though, Vox’s crowd swarm-attacked me yesterday for challenging them on observing the Sabbath. So many know best, without sticking to the Bible. No fear of God at all.

    There’s a lot of different views on Christian faith, most wrong. The irony is that the man who told me to stick close to the Bible openly believes in evolution, in boars/bonobos, in disregarding Jehovah’s advice on food, cleanliness (because we’re modern now, heh, Churchian) and the Sabbath law too, and pretty much everyone I know believes Jesus was actually God Himself too. Such nonsense.

    Railing against the economy rather than against Satan is why we lose. So few Christians want to even acknowledge Satan is around, let alone attack him and his lies. I humbly suggest a paragraph in every blog post tying the problem you discuss to Satan’s distortions.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      It doesn’t matter if you debated a JW when you preach everything they believe:

      JW on HEAVEN – The place that God dwells. Christians do not go to heaven except for 144,000 elite JW’s.

      JW on GODHEAD – Consists of only one person: the Father.

      JW on KINGDOM OF GOD – God’s “theocratic” rule on earth, his “system of things.”

      JW on GOSPEL – The teachings of Jesus, the kingdom and kingdom work (it is general and vague).

  6. Koanic says:

    I certainly feel vindicated in my approach to the Thal liberation question. This level of atomization and overwhelm is susceptible only to cybernetic solutions.

  7. glosoli says:

    I only believe the 144,000 number because that’s what scripture tells us.

    I do believe in the Trinity, as St Paul mentions the three as one, can’t locate the verse, and Jesus Himself mentions it whilst giving the Great Commission.

    I do believe in the Kingdom of God here on earth, for many many reasons, the most obvious being The Lord’s Prayer: Thy Kingdom come, ‘Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in heaven’, crystal clear to me that is, as well as bring an obligation on our part to live according to His rules on His planet, as He’s our Father. Also reiterated by Jesus in the giving of the Great Commission: ‘Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you’.

    I wasn’t sure what you meant with the final point though.

    So, re the above, please correct me, using scripture, if I’m veering off the narrow path, as I (like you) am terrified of Jehovah, and want to get my faith spot on.

    If however you agree with the points above, I’ll say a hallelujah, like the one we said at my baptism.

  8. bicebicebice says:

    Aeoli Pera says: WE, thangs + sheeeit

    the good thing is that a skeleton crew Easter is still a plenty for a thalboon. 5 peoples thats like 500. thats also good enough for the rest of life, too. funny you say that about furniture because the only furniture I ever bought was a table in the shape of a bear, a coffe-nigger, but a bear, table (yes “kaffeneger” table is a thing here). The rest of my furniture was given to me, or I just asked for it if someone was throwing something away not really meaning but still meaning; getting into possessions isn’t a thal problem whereas mayble melons struggle for it.
    Also good is that if someone gives you what they consider inferior, which it isn’t unless its unironic r-kelly sheets, they are smallesting your social stature Voila you get a new tv for 2k, they bought a new tv for 10k, and now you are technically the loser in this transaction.
    Moving around shouldn’t cost you money tho, then you are doing something wrong. “People/society/melonjew” will pay for your smallestation, that is my experience. Seems things are really rough in America right now! I believed I have moved more than you however so much so that the first language I spoke was completely unironically, even before swedish, spanish.

    “What’s the point in inviting people over for dinner when, on average, you’ll know each other for a year? ” Isn’t that technically the whole point of any religion?

    https://img.letgo.com/images/70/ea/91/c5/70ea91c5ec4a79e5dfe3c88249e67145.jpeg?impolicy=img_600

  9. Obadiah says:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/144,000

    “And they were singing a new song before the throne and before the four living creatures and before the elders. No one could learn that song except the 144,000 who had been redeemed from the earth. For it is these who have not defiled themselves with women, for they are virgins. It is these who follow the Lamb wherever he goes. These have been redeemed from mankind as firstfruits for God and the Lamb, and in their mouth no lie was found, for they are blameless.[3]”

    The 144,000 seem to be a group of people who are special in God’s eyes because they are completely pure in the literal sense; they never sinned at all. These people are described as literal virgins.

    You can’t be fruitful and multiply while also being a virgin.

    The almost-entirely-Christian Holy Roman Empire had 16,000,000 people in it in the year 1500.

  10. Obadiah says:

    JRR Tolkien had four kids. I simply do not accept the idea that that guy went to hell.

  11. mobiuswolf says:

    @bice “gives you what they consider inferior” monkey like shiney!!!!!
    I’m the same with everything. You should try trash pickin’ in Newton Mass. Insanity… you’ve gotta beat the mexicans to it.
    Up here in Maine it’s dump pickin,’ first come…

  12. Obadiah says:

    This is unironically the grave of the founder of the Jehovah’s Witnesses:

  13. Obadiah says:

    Compare to the Joseph Smith sphinx:

  14. Obadiah says:

    The two pyramid scheme/heresies’ main commonality is the promise of Godhood for the followers.

  15. Obadiah says:

    Conclusion re: 144,000. The 144k appear to be a specific, sin-free, and sexually-virginal subset of the much larger group of humans who are ultimately redeemed from the Earth. They are described as the “first-fruits” for God and the Lamb (as opposed to the “only-fruits”).

    It may also be a symbolic and holistic number representing Christendom in general (though I find this less likely because the condition of sexual-virginity is made explicitly inseparable from membership in the 144k–yet it is simultaneously impossible to propagate Christendom and create new souls while being sexually-virginal. “Be fruitful and multiply”.)

  16. glosoli says:

    ‘JW on GODHEAD – Consists of only one person: the Father.’

    That carm.org link has a whole section explaining that Jesus is Jehovah anyway, which is just as mad as the JW position.

    I’ll need to read more on the subject of the 144,000, but no one has corrected me on Jehovah’s Kingdom on earth, so hallelujah to that. Start observing the Sabbath this week.

  17. glosoli says:

    >Start stoning people who don’t.

    I think I’ve told you via email that the Sabbath document/book that a brother wrote for me/himself showed me that Christians can’t suffer a death penalty for non-observance of the Sabbath. Hence I keep mentioning that document to you. A lot of time has passed since back then, and so much has happened to me too.

    You run the risk of Jesus putting you through this same line of questioning about the Sabbath, and laws/commands/statutes generally on Judgment Day. So are you really confident you’ll be able to explain your disobedience to Him? If yes, fine. If not, start observing the Sabbath, and thank me in Heaven.

  18. glosoli says:

    >That carm.org link has a whole section explaining that Jesus is Jehovah anyway, which is just as mad as the JW position.

    Don’t you think it’s funny, in a sad way, that your link tries to explain Jesus’ divinity by saying He’s actually Jehovah? I did Lol a bit at it.

    Seperately, I lolled a lot today when sharing a scienmagistix link with Jamal, a serious piece on shared DNA, which concluded that man and mouse had a shared ancestor millions of years ago, as we share 80% DNA. Lol.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/comparing-genetic-similarity-between-humans-and-other-things-2016-5?utm_source=copy-link&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=topbar&utm_term=mobile

    They also mention we share 60% DNA with a banana.

    So, Adam, Eve, and little Mickey, He created them.

    To think, supposed geniuses still believe cows raped fish to produce walruses (or something). Maybe banana rape of monkeys explains the yellow skin of the Asians? I love science, they’re all so smart.

  19. bicebicebice says:

    “To think, supposed geniuses still believe cows raped fish to produce walruses (or something). Maybe banana rape of monkeys explains the yellow skin of the Asians? I love science, they’re all so smart.”

    When ITex met ISteve (you get brittish humour). I don’t care if this is or wasn’t a poke at the manbeaerbonobopig, but damn am I laughing.

    regarding the number 14400 (wasn’t that show called 4400?), one do needs 40 men and 40 women to restart a healthy population with no damaging levels of inbreeding, I think I read about this in regards to some Iceland thing.

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