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/christian/ Meta thread Anonymous 07/25/2020 (Sat) 09:38:59 No.144
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.
Isn't the main /christian/ board at 8kun?
>>145 I've heard that board is coopted by sectarian dumbasses. This board has always been around here actually.
Where on Earth is everybody?
>>163 We've outgrown Jewish fairy tales
what is this place. I assumed all the other christian boards died out once 8kun came back. What you guys still doing here when he have a new /christian/ without Tutor?
>>166 >What you guys still doing here Where else
>>167 Well there used to be that christian board that went done when the owner got ownership of /christian/ on 8kun. There's also a christian board on 9chan. Is this place a safe haven from the constant denominational infighting?
>>164 And yet here you are.
>>168 >8kun >9chan Are you a sodomite or something, mate?
So is this the refugee group from 8chan?
>>145 Yes
>>144 why even bother? imageboards are full of Godless degenerates.
>>348 I presume you're one of them and are trying to engage in "psy-ops".
>>172 What's wrong with 9chan? I have not lurked there in months though. >>348 Ancient pagan societies were too and here we are.
>>144 Hey. You still need a mod? Sent an email.
Would be nice if the mods could ban the /tv/ posters
>>366 he isn't the BO anymore i might need a mod in the future, if the board activity continues to rise if you want to be a mod you can send me an email saysh@cock.lu send me 1) Previous experience with being a mod 2) Religious belief 3) How would you deal with hecklers or other kinds of associated degenerates
>>163 Then Jesus said to them, “You will all fall away because of me this night. For it is written, ‘I will strike the shepherd, and the sheep of the flock will be scattered.’ (Matthew 26:31)
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>>403 Dang this board seems to go through BOs. Is this place mainly kept as a bunker for 8kun?
>>447 not really, i think 8kun's bunker is on 9chan, this is the christian board on the webring which 8kun isn't really apart of
>>448 I gotcha, thanks for the info. So BO do you have any plans for this place? because right now it’s looking a bit like a ghost town. Maybe opening up a few general threads, banners & css to spruce up the place?
>>450 i have thought about having a banners thread but i'll have to get around to make some myself to start it i don't know enough about css to change it at least for now what kind of general threads do you think the board should have? i know back on 8chan we had generals for each denomination but i think it would be best for these threads to be made by anons from those denominations than me
>>451 >what kind of general threads do you think the board should have? - About Christianity QTDDTOT - Bible Discussion - Devotionals - Ethics & Morality - Evidence & Prophecy - Sermons & Podcasts I think these are broad enough to get some sort of discussion going.
This place is better than 8kun and 8chan.
>>518 Indeed.
>>144 Isn't that nun from some anime?
>>348 >oy vey, the goyim don't worship muh volcanodemon enough
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>>451 Good day, are you still the BO here?
>>678 I think BO has left us. He's inactive, hence the ghost icon.
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>>694 The ghost icon is gone! HE IS BACK!!!
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Would a Christian anime and manga thread, for wholesome content, be allowed? After all, there are a lot christian themes in nippon entertainment.
>>806 See, this is a double edged sword for me because I am not a fan of anime in general and am a firm believer in the quote brought up in >>>/comfy/4106 However, the Bible does say: >And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him. So I (begrudgingly) admit that anime can be used to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ.
How did this board become so active suddenly? It's nice to see t. /islam/
>>518 Posting is soo nice and easy here compared to 8kun.
>>875 We need more men though.
>>806 Actually, this is an older heritage Anon. Superbook was from at least the 80's. Don't kid yourself, Nippon & Nihongo don't really support Christianity, but they "are a wheatfield white unto harvest" as the outdated English would have it. While they have less than 1% of the population who are Christian (less than Islamists, lol), they have a passion for the truth that the leftist West has abandoned more than 100 years ago in general. Rationality is the key to seeing the salvation of Japan, and indeed of all Asia. They are sick of Western kike lies.
>>878 All Asia is afflicted by materialism, paganism, or dead philosophy and the prodigal West betrays its inheritance and charge to preach the gospel. Ignorance is a meritless excuse as information has doubled and redoubled in the past three decades. Sooner or later the profligate and all who follow them will face the reckoning which they have stored up for themselves before God.
i'm sorry for not being more active anons >>678 yeah i'm still the BO >>806 it would be allowed
>>878 >less than 1% Where did you get this figure from? Wikipedia has Christian Japanese at 1-3, I think.
Is the board still active? Just found out about the lil site and wanna contribute tbh
Post nr. 1111 pog
>>1111 what?
How do you deal with different versions of the bible cotradicting each other? I've lost faith after discovering that the original text and language of the bible have been lost to time. What we have now are nothing but translations of translations, without the original meaning, insight and wisdom. Who's to say somebody didn't tamper with the Bible over the course of 2000 years?
>>1129 >the original text and language of the bible have been lost to time. Not quite but the means to access the early texts is hard because jews got ahold of them so who knows if they still exist. Like some anon said some texts are in old greek which was a common language back then, its text should be very, very close to original meaning so you can try that, there's also the Nag Hammadi texts that can give you context. Follow the Word, not the church as some say.
>>1131 >some texts are in old greek which was a common language back then, its text should be very, very close to original meaning But it's not the original, and therefore is a subject to some meanings being lost in translation, aside from blatant mistranslations and mistransliterations. It's like the varying English translations of anime and manga. Some things don't translate well (like jokes, puns, hidden meanings), due to differences in linguistics and culture. Some can't be translated at all, and translators (the ones that bothered to, at least) have to put additional commentary inform readers. I imagine it's far worse back in the day, due to : >information sharing is difficult >most people are illiterate, which means less knowledgable people around >which would allow bad actors to easily tamper with available texts That means we never did have the original Word to work with. Only bastardized versions of it. Also I don't trust anything Paul brings to the table. He wasn't one of the original 12 Apostles of Jesus.
>>1134 >He wasn't one of the original 12 Apostles of Jesus. Would you rather trust Judas than Paul? one was an enemy who converted and gave refugee to his former preys while the other we really don't know but his actions did seem to make him highly remorseful. The rest is true, we might not really know unless some miracle happens and we find an old text outside the area because i doubt jews will release their findings. But would you rather have a re-translation based on a Funimation dub or a translation made very close to the era of the events by people who might or might not be familiar with the languages of the areas? and who, by the fact of knowing how to write, are probably literates too.
>>1135 >Would you rather trust Judas than Paul? >But would you rather have a re-translation based on a Funimation dub or a translation made very close to the era of the events by people who might or might not be familiar with the languages of the areas? <Giving shit alternatives to force people to accept your take You're being disingenuous, anon. First of all, I'd rather trust Jesus, and Jesus alone. Why would I even consider trusting a traitor or a LARPer? Reminder that this wannabe Apostle wrote parts of the New Testament AFTER Jesus died, despite having zero connections to him. On whose authority did he wrote parts of the New Testament, and on what knowledge? He didn't receive direct tutelage from Jesus, and yet somehow he's qualified to tamper with the Holy Text? Reminder that you're a Christian (follower of Christ), not a Paulist (follower of Paul). Second, you can't deny that what we currently have is a bastardization of the original Bible, with its original meaning forever lost. Said Bible was also tampered with human hands throughout history, with Paul being one of the first who corrupted Christ's message with his hot takes. Also, remember one of the ways that Christianity spreads is by appropriating native pagan deities into "Saints". This too, is a corruption of the faith. This is why the many versions of the Bible contradict each other, because the universal Truth became muddled with Falsehoods. For these reasons, I cannot take Christianity seriously. Even the advice of "trust the texts, not the Church" would not help, considering how far corrupted the texts are. The only thing that kept my faith in God, ironically, are the global Satanic elites. Their endless quest to corrupt and destroy religious iconography and values proves that God exists. Their constant attacks on the image of Jesus proves that Jesus had once walked the Earth, spreading Divine message.
>>1129 >this is what his faith is based on Pathetic.
>>1137 >questions are bad >true faith is blind faith Cattle.
>>1138 >his faith is so brittle it's destroyed by missing a pun >instead of going out and striving for the source, he uses it as an excuse not to believe in anything whatsoever
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>>1139 >you didn't look for the original sources I did. The original Bible is lost, along with the Aramaic language. These posts >>1134 >>1136 are all mine. Try reading next time, cattle.
>>1140 >I did, I performed a five minute Google search and never went past page 1 of results Become an archaeologist.
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>1141 I'm not going to give you anymore (you)s, cattle.
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>>1142 You never believed in anything, because if you did you would be steadfast in time and effort towards it, and certainly not that God's might is living and working in the world this very day. Man earns his own destruction; by rejecting the foundation of all good and creative energy, that the conscience by nature draws towards, the only pillar of hope in a destitute world, you bear license to erect the prison of your own soul and ordain it "liberty."
>>1143 >You never believed in anything You didn't read my previous posts, did you? I abandoned Paulist Christianity, but I didn't abandon God and Jesus. >because if you did you would be steadfast in time and effort towards it How would I be steadfast, when the foundations of the faith itself is unstable? I questioned : who gives Paul the right to author entire chapters of the New Testament, when he didn't even know Jesus personally? If you're okay with accepting the words of a random guy as religious canon, then more power to you, I suppose. >and certainly not that God's might is living and working in the world this very day You said that I have no faith, and then you tell me that you believe that God has basically forsaken this world. Are you for real? >Man earns his own destruction; by rejecting the foundation of all good and creative energy, that the conscience by nature draws towards, the only pillar of hope in a destitute world, you bear license to erect the prison of your own soul and ordain it "liberty." The foundation you speak of is the Truth, which you happily reject in favor of keeping your current beliefs intact.
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>>1144 >gives me (You)s >I abandoned Paulist Christianity, but I didn't abandon God and Jesus. >If you're okay with accepting the words of a random guy as religious canon, then more power to you, I suppose. >You said that I have no faith, and then you tell me that you believe that God has basically forsaken this world. Are you for real? >The foundation you speak of is the Truth, which you happily reject in favor of keeping your current beliefs intact. It's obvious that (You) don't believe in an immanent Holy Spirit that guides people to the same Truth (that "God has forsaken the world, as you put it"), regardless of where they are; that people cannot by providence be transformed to reach the one and the same Truth as that of someone thousands of miles away, indepdendently, with that Truth being universal. You don't just get off the train in the search for Truth, if you actually take it seriously, and the Truth comes alive in the actions it bears, as in the mission of the apostles, which is why Paul is necessary because he bore the faith to the Gentile world, unless you are a born Jew. The apostles died in fidelity to Truth, one and the same death, martyrs in the same devotion to Christ, regardless of their misgivings; in the same they and Christians in their stead will share in the eternal life of the Resurrection. The Truth comes to the soul open to receive it, not after the machinations of the mind to devise it. It sates and gives life, as a spring of living water. As the Apostle John expounds on the working of the overflowing cup of life: 8 "He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love. 9 In this was manifested the love of God toward us, because that God sent his only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through him. 10 Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins." 1 John 4:8-10 So is divine Truth, as it comes from above, not from below, eternal, and undying, for all mankind. The fallibility of mortals, the corruption in man, is null to disrupt the independent perfection of it, and as such it lives and works today as it did with the innumerable saints, with the Great Church, in the Acts of the apostles, for Paul, for Peter, for James and the rest of disciples; through the outpouring of Grace to the humble in thought as it was in the life of the Son of God, Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ. The only thing man can work is the confusion of his own path to accessing it. The ardent Christian knows the path has been opened; though he may not see perfection in this life, it is his desire to be worked to perfection by Almighty that justifies him. By that he partakes in the spirit of Truth, or as glorified through the prayer of Christ: 9 "Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. 10 Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. 11 Give us this day our daily bread. 12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. 13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever." Amen.
>>1146 Again, I asked : Who gave Paul the right to author entire chapters of the New Testament, when he didn't even know Jesus personally? It's a simple question. I have still yet to get an answer after asking about it three times. Your reply basically amounts to : >calling me faithless >rambling about your personal headcanon about what Truth is with vague subjective bullshit >somehow Paul is necessary in all of this (no citations, and also not answering my question on who gave him the authority, of course) >more off-topic headcanon, trying to link said headcanon with pasages from John >more off-topic headcanon, trying to link said headcanon with the Lord's Prayer >still no answer on who gave Paul the authority Pic very related.
>>1147 You'll find that all religion is headcanon, and the final decision on what you believe in is on you (just like you stopped believing in Pauline Christianity). Read Kierkegaard. Also, read about Orthodox theoria, which is a concept not present in Western Christianity. You won't find perfect earthly authority because the only one there ever was was Christ. The closest we have is the inspired canon of scripture and the testimony of the lives of Christian heroes and martyrs. I didn't even quote Paul, I quoted John and Matthew. You still miss the mark to condemn his person, to discount his teachings, while ignoring his results that by the efforts of his ministry Christianity spread to the breadth of the entire Roman Empire. You also seem to think he took up a pen and inserted those chapters into the New Testament himself when the letters he wrote were mostly guidance on the Christian life and church governance that the early church felt carried such authoritative significance that they should be included in the canonical New Testament. Of course, you'll say then that the New Testament was assembled by Paulinists; that betrays a lack of historical background, because the Pauline tradition of Christianity is the only historical Christianity that survived the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70, and that is same Christianity that drove the gospel of Christ to dominion over the Roman Empire, all Europe, and throughout the Earth, long after Paul's death. That same Christianity, which earns >>1136 "constant attacks on the image of Jesus." You can blame him for some things, it's in your free will to do so. The evidence of the other apostles' approval of Paul's mission comes from Paul's hand, which carries obvious bias. Don't let bastardization get you down, because the light of Truth shines through attempts to disfigure it. If you truly believe in Jesus, understand that the Christianity, though derived from Paul's blueprints, was and is bigger than Paul. A church without Christ, but only has the trappings of Paul, is useless.
>>1150 In fact, you'd probably share Kierkegaard's view on Paul: "In the teachings of Christ, religion is completely present tense: Jesus is the prototype and our task is to imitate him, become a disciple. But then through Paul came a basic alteration. Paul draws attention away from imitating Christ and fixes attention on the death of Christ The Atoner. What Martin Luther in his reformation, failed to realize is that even before Catholicism, Christianity had become degenerate at the hands of Paul. Paul made Christianity the religion of Paul, not of Christ. Paul threw the Christianity of Christ away, completely turning it upside down making it just the opposite of the original proclamation of Christ" - Soren Kierkegaard, The Journals
>>1150 >You'll find that all religion is headcanon That's an argument you'd expect from a wokie. "My truth!" >You also seem to think he took up a pen and inserted those chapters into the New Testament himself when the letters he wrote were mostly guidance on the Christian life and church governance that the early church felt carried such authoritative significance that they should be included in the canonical New Testament. He could've just written a series of texts SEPARATE from the New Testament, as additional religious commentary (kinda like the Jewish Talmud or the Muslim Hadith), but he didn't. He maliciously inserted his own headcanon into the New Testament, implicating that his words are on equal standing with the Word of God. That's blasphemy. And you're fine with this. Heck, the early churches are fine with this blasphemy too. >Of course, you'll say then that the New Testament was assembled by Paulinists; that betrays a lack of historical background, because the Pauline tradition of Christianity is the only historical Christianity that survived the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 No one should've tampered with the Word of God in the first place, anon. That's blasphemy. >and that same Christianity that drove the gospel of Christ to dominion over the Roman Empire, all Europe, and throughout the Earth, long after Paul's death. Popularity =/= Correct. That same Christianity is declining as of now, with more and more Christians are leaving the religion for atheism, neo-paganism, and even Islam. Just as you used Christianity's glorified past to promote Pauline Christianity, I can use Christianity's pathetic cucked up present to discredit Pauline Christianity. >Don't let bastardization get you down, because the light of Truth shines through attempts to disfigure it. I do understand that the Bible still has some semblance of Truth in it, but as it stands, it's practically unreliable as a religious guidebook. The main reason why I began to question everything is because of how inconsistent and illogical the Salvation and Original Sin doctrines are, and I can't really use the Bible to clarify these issues because what I have now is a bastardized version with its original meaning completely lost. And again I ask : who gave Paul the authority to author entire chapters of the New Testament, when he didn't even know Jesus personally? And again I am met with no answer. Clockwork. >>1151 >In fact, you'd probably share Kierkegaard's view on Paul I guess I do.
>>1153 >That's an argument you'd expect from a wokie. "My truth!" Wokies think theirs is the whole truth. I don't expect to ever know the whole truth, but I commit to honoring the fragments of what Christ preached that I can know from that which we still have today. >Christianity is declining as of now, with more and more Christians are leaving the religion for atheism, neo-paganism, and even Islam. Pentecostal and charismatic Christianity is the world's fastest growing religion among third-worlders, for better or for worst, despite the decline of the established church in the West. Fanatics, loose on dogma, fired on emotion. The church isn't going to die despite what the secularists, Muslims, and Jews tell you. >And again I ask : who gave Paul the authority to author entire chapters of the New Testament, when he didn't even know Jesus personally? >And again I am met with no answer. I'll concede: he didn't get proper authority, the Bible only documents the following: Acts 13 "Now there were in the church that was at Antioch certain prophets and teachers; as Barnabas, and Simeon that was called Niger, and Lucius of Cyrene, and Manaen, which had been brought up with Herod the tetrarch, and Saul. 2 As they ministered to the Lord, and fasted, the Holy Ghost said, Separate me Barnabas and Saul for the work whereunto I have called them. 3 And when they had fasted and prayed, and laid their hands on them, they sent them away. 4 So they, being sent forth by the Holy Ghost, departed unto Seleucia; and from thence they sailed to Cyprus." Galatians 1, Paul admits: "15 But when it pleased God, who separated me from my mother’s womb, and called me by his grace, 16 to reveal his Son in me, that I might preach him among the heathen; immediately I conferred not with flesh and blood: 17 neither went I up to Jerusalem to them which were apostles before me; but I went into Arabia, and returned again unto Damascus. 18 Then after three years I went up to Jerusalem to see Peter, and abode with him fifteen days. 19 But other of the apostles saw I none, save James the Lord’s brother. 20 Now the things which I write unto you, behold, before God, I lie not." Galatians 2: "Then fourteen years after I went up again to Jerusalem with Barnabas, and took Titus with me also. 2 And I went up by revelation, and communicated unto them that gospel which I preach among the Gentiles, but privately to them which were of reputation, lest by any means I should run, or had run, in vain." "6 But of these who seemed to be somewhat, (whatsoever they were, it maketh no matter to me: God accepteth no man’s person:) for they who seemed to be somewhat in conference added nothing to me: 7 but contrariwise, when they saw that the gospel of the uncircumcision was committed unto me, as the gospel of the circumcision was unto Peter; 8 (for he that wrought effectually in Peter to the apostleship of the circumcision, the same was mighty in me toward the Gentiles:) 9 and when James, Cephas, and John, who seemed to be pillars, perceived the grace that was given unto me, they gave to me and Barnabas the right hands of fellowship; that we should go unto the heathen, and they unto the circumcision. 10 Only they would that we should remember the poor; the same which I also was forward to do." So he had met with Christians in Antioch following his sudden conversion and had been preaching for three years before meeting Peter and James (for only 15 days), and 14 years later met with the rest of the disciples; according to his word, they didn't disown him, but directed him to gather donations for the church in Jerusalem. He was on his way to deliver his collected donations before his arrest, transfer to Rome, and execution during the first Imperial persecutions. It was due to his efforts, though, that Christianity lasted beyond the Roman-Jewish War, so you must credit him for that. Unless if you think something is imperfect, it should never be at all. If he had delivered the donations and met with the apostles, your doubts would probably never have been, or at least not taken the same form. It's for you to decide if fate set you inevitably on the road to doubt. >and I can't really use the Bible to clarify these issues because what I have now is a bastardized version with its original meaning completely lost. Did you ever read the Gospel of Thomas? It's not a gospel the Paulists would tell you. >>1153 >I guess I do. Ironically, despite Paul's complaints about Judaizers in the church demanding Jewish law apply to gentiles, in a sense he Judaized the church's understanding of Christ from ultimate embodiment of living by the Will to distant master and object of bondage. I know others here are going to disagree but I don't care to preach to the choir, you don't gain anything out of it. Having a discussion with a person like you who challenges assumptions is a lot more interesting because you actually point out the defects where there can to be further refinement.
>>1157 *can be further refinement
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>>1158 And now I also remembered the Didache, the earliest Christian church service from the first century in common Greek, also in a later version in Syriac as the Didascalia, and lastly also in Ethiopic preserved by the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. When you read it, you realize first century Christian practice on baptism and communion isn't actually too distant from modern practice, though their proximity to Christ was far closer than ours. And it was directed at the Jerusalem church, not Paul's remote audience.
>>1136 God damn you, it is you again taking things literal, why won't you read in the same tongue as the rest of the houses in this hill? aka why won't you use the context of the site and of the previous comments. Obviously you are not going to read a bad american translation of a japanese cartoon rather than a Bible as trusting the reports of Paul or Judas doesn't erase the divinity of Jesus. Also your criticisms can befall on most of the writings in the religion, very little survives from contemporary sources as they have been translated without cunning understanding of language or without the humbleness and lack of any political pretension from the priests. >Reminder that you're a Christian (follower of Christ), not a Paulist (follower of Paul). That is true, brother, we are christians not papists nor jamists or smithies. >Second, you can't deny that what we currently have is a bastardization of the original Bible Agreed, i was supporting that notion already >For these reasons, I cannot take Christianity seriously. And you would be right for doubting as men have done a number on the Book, yet in our advantage the actions of Jesus Himself speak pretty loud even when poorly worded at times. Helping/Sparing so to say the ever-menstrual woman, Veronica, despite bureaucratically being considered the devil or wholly impure is such an act, along with curing the sick on a Sunday (or was it Saturday?) despite the jews being against due to no-work-day, he said the day was irrelevant and one should give a hand to those who need it wherever one can. Sadly these two examples are broken all the time by so-called christians who dare to put some man's small laws above real needs or empathic circumstances of some unfortunate people, there's few urban groups more hypocrite and cold-hearted than those who call themselves christians. >Even the advice of "trust the texts, not the Church" would not help Not that much but it's something, and one should mention it's the OLD texts, the ones closest to the acts although that does include Paul, which i might not use as a first-hand account but one from early convert experiences, similar to the Centurion that Jesus praised for his ironic faith in Him. >The only thing that kept my faith in God, ironically, are the global Satanic elites. Same here, there's little proof against them not being the chosen people to make our collective existence more difficult and very probably also the apocalyptic race that will make us meet our end, they are THE obstacle to vanquish but how can we do it? eliminating them from the living plane is the only solution i can see, not even The Son Of God could convince them to not be jews so conversion is out the question.
Any plans on adding new banners Board owner?
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lol what happened to 8kun?
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>>1347 You have to remember that politics, America, and the seventeenth letter of the alphabet are discussed there. There is a HUGE war going on against America, since we've been the biggest exporter of the gospel of freedom and by the way, freedom of your politics. If America falls, the rest of the world gets stuck in the Great Reset AKA One-World-Government. If you want images on 8Kun research that seventeenth letter and any numbered general-discussion thread of late has the "work around" until Jim talks another DNS host into letting him have sub-domains like media., sys., softserv., to house things like images. The workaround is to edit your %%windir%%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file to list media.{{problemchild}}.top manually. THEN images will load there. Except through TOR where they will never load you're welcome. Also hello! I'm only here to discuss /k/nives but I hit overboard occasionally, like to offer answers if I have them, and board-relevant I fully expect an inspection of the Book to have a line-item entry for me. //political opinion: Uncle Billy's "passport", based on "blockchain technology" could EASILY be combined with RFID tech to make your palm authorize grocers to sell to you once they know you buy wholeheartedly into their "system" ///thank you for reading all that.
>>1348 >since we've been the biggest exporter of the gospel of freedom and by the way, freedom of your politics The only thing America exports is sodomy and consumerism. The only gospel you have is sodomy and afromarxist race worship. The war against America is the war against a country that flies pride flags on its embassies and it is a good fight that pleases God. As shown by the Taliban: As soon as the americans leave, the pedos, bankers and mask fetishists disappear. You ARE the whore of babylon. Death to America.
>>1349 >Death to America. When the glow-in-the-darks come out of the woodwork to insult your every breath, it means you're over the target! So as the smile of every martyr fades, I welcome this death, as I will live forever, and you? Will be thrown into the abyss. Not to be forgotten, no; rather your smoldering flesh will offer smoke that is a sweet savor, demonstrating to the Lord of lords that justice, finally, has been repaid and no one can smell that acrid smoke and question it.
>>1350 Your country is the world empire that promotes fag parades, child drag queen story hour, george floyd messianism. Not Russia, not China, not even Israel does this. Your country is the biggest exporter of Prostitutes and Abominations of the Earth. It spreads immorality and blasphemy everywhere it goes. You can't own up to it, you have too much pride to humbly admit "I defend the whore of babylon". You can wax in poetics about glorious martyrdom and sacrificing me in weird jewish rituals, but you do realize this is cope right? You're going to hell.
>>1351 I see; this place has the same problem as 8k's /christian/ -- buncha self righteous Catholics with no sense of history because it would damage their self image so no ability to let the Holy Spirit read over their shoulder as they delve into the sword of the spirit. I wash my feet of this place; your destruction is on your watch alone.
>>1352 where will you go then, there is maybe 9chan's christian board which is also dead.
>>1352 I'd say it's a lack of the Holy Spirit that doesn't let you see you live in the whore of babylon. But to each their own.
>>1348 Nice American exceptionalism moron
>>1348 God truly must smile upon all the dead children in the middle east.
>>1348 editing my system32 files is too risky for me.
Are there any other active christian boards? I just know this one and the dead 8kunt one.
>>1492 There's one on 9chan
>>1496 What is the url to 9chan, i can't find it on duckduckgo?
>>1536 >What is the url to 9chan, i can't find it on duckduckgo? https://9chan.tw/christian/
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