Category Church history

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Zombies and religion

Zombies (the "undead") have for thousands of years been considered to be a part of most communities, and seen both as villians and as special messengers: as with the account in the Gospels where Zombies rose out of their graves to herald the death of the New Testament Jesus. This same myth exists in every religion and region of the world, and is used to control people and their actions. Those with little or minimal education accept this horror story, and those who deny it are often persecuted as seen especially in Third World nations. Read More
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Pussy Riot, Putin Dictator in Russia, Kirill and Corruption in Church

Pussy Riot staged a punk prayer to ask the Virgin Mary to throw out the dictatorship of Vladimir Putin. The YouTube video of the concert is a fraud, as is any idea of democracy in Russia or other-worldliness of the Russian Orthodox Church. With the destruction of the wall separating church and state, democracy and human rights die.Read More
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Pussy Riot, Vladmir Putin, Russian Orthodox Church and Patriarch Kirill

Pussy Riot, an all-girl band, protested against the return of Vladimir Putin and were arrested. The Russian Orthodox Church wanted them silent, some saying they should be burned "in the old way" by a holy Inquisition. Religion continues to be the greatest threat in Russia and aims at silencing humanity.Read More
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Inventing Christianity

Historical proof for New Testment Jesus? Tacitus and Josephus redacted with errors. Copyists create history in an effort to invent a religion and synthesize two groups: chrestianos and christianos. War on disbelief and lie of Nero burning Rome.Read More
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Bulgaria, Bulgarian Orthodox Church, Bibliolaters and how Religion turns Politics Insane and Dangerous

Open abuse of human rights is common in Bulgaria where the Bulgarian Orthodox Church calls on its members to stone gays. The government does little to protect those the Church abhores, and only acts when international groups, such as Human Rights Watch, becomes involved. Hate is an official family value in Bulgaria's Christianity.Read More
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Satanic Verses, Islam, Allah and his Daughters, Homosexuality and Koran

Iran claims it has no homosexuals, yet homosexuals make up 20% of its military, is not condemned by the Koran, and those who decry it are reflecting the evil that is Allah: originally a minor Bedouin god whose daughters were worshipped more than he was venerated and Allah acknowledged the fact in the Satanic Verses.Read More
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Josef Ratzinger (Benedict XVI) and Crimes Against Humanity

Benedict XVI has condemned millions of innocent people to a grusome death. The German pope has silenced dissenters, degraded women, and made sport of the greater share of the world, leading many Roman Catholic priests to declare that Josef Ratzinger may most likely be the last pope in Roman Catholic history.Read More
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Zombies, Matthew 27:52-53, Southern Baptists and reality

There are two verses in the Gospel of Matthew that are directed to tombs opening, dead are brought back to life waiting for Jesus. Today we call such phenomena "zombies" and there are theologians who discount their existence, but in the South Baptist group of seminaries, teachers, researchers, and students are told to accept their existence as the fulfillment of the prophecy of Jesus. The question is if this is an isolated case in theological history or one more plagiarism fitted into the Bible.Read More
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Serpent in the Garden

A serpent in a garden has been a common theme of world religions. Most see the serpent as a god offering wisdom to mortals. This is not the case in Genesis, but the serpent is created out of numerous older theologies, and for a special reason: changing the stories to create a unique tale to meet the writers' goals.Read More
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Christmas, Jesus, December 25, and making merry

Christmas is considered a time of families being together, sharing drink, food, dance, and various pleasures--but this has never been the rule for all nor the fortune for everyone, as religions have held it captive, deprived it of its temporal joys, and denied the reality of peace and harmony.Read More