Sunday, December 5, 2010

Resolve...

In the spirit of the coming Christian Holiday season...

I am not a Christian. Actually I do not belong to, nor do I adhere to any religious doctrine. And one of the reasons, among many, that I reject any faith, is what I see as the hypocrisy of such beliefs.
This will come as no surprise to the regulars here. It isn't a secret.
Generally I don't touch religious discussions...that is dissertations on the existence or non-existence of gods or goddesses or fairies or demons or angels, or what have you. I never felt as if this is the place to do so. The jewish religion/cult is not a holy or pious religion. I always felt that it was a make-it-up-as-you-go type of culture that allows for any kind of behaviour as long as it is good for the jew. Nothing really faith-based or self-sacrificial, as in most religions. The overwhelming majority of those claiming jewish heritage describe themselves as "reform" or secular. So we see that since I usually only discuss the negative impact that the judaic have on our lives, a belief in a supreme being usually doesn't enter in to the discussion...for the simple fact that they have no "g_d" other than themselves. They are their own "messiah". They make no bones about it generally. Here and now. That's about it. So they take advantage of everything that their hedonistic amoral little claws can grasp in there disgusting little lives. Well, that is one way to look at things, with little to no faith that there is an afterlife. There are many others that are less selfish. But those are filled with hypocrisy. Like Christianity for example.


I guess what I am getting to, slowly...is that I do not understand how Christians resolve their faith in a world of jewish rule. Everything on this planet is now based in yiddish concerns of usury, idolatry and materialism. War, man's inhumanity to man, monetary systems, in fact I am hard-pressed to find an evil in our human existence that isn't jewish-based today. Now you may disagree with this, and we could argue until certain bovine species return to their place of origin, but even if you refuse to see the hebrew hand in all that is material and worldly, how do your resolve your professed belief against such goings-on and continue to call yourself Christians? I just can't imagine being a Christian, turning on a television and not being repulsed to the point of losing my dinner on the floor. How can you? I see it for the commercialism that it is, but how must a true Christian view it? How can a religion that boasts the most followers of any religion on earth, allow this rule by the sinful to continue...without hypocrisy? Where is rule of the majority? Where is your religion at all?


I have posited this to to many that follow Christ. They mostly all agree with the premise of the idolatry of the modern world, regardless of whom they feel is behind it all. They then tell me that their religion is a personal one. That they don't worship their god in a church. That although they follow the teachings of Christ, they don't feel that comfortable being part of "organized" religion.


I have a problem with that. Since most Christians tell me this, I have to think that if you don't like the way in which your religion is organized, then change it. You all believe the same basic things, yes? Well, we could get into a huge long discussion over this...politics in the church...different sects of Christianity...blah,blah. But my problem is with the Christian that holds all that the New Testament reveals to be truth...and yet lives with what must be for them, constant concessions of this modern world. I mean, if you take this first-century guy at his word...then why do you think he threw the jewish money changers out on their asses? Do you not believe that if you profess to follow his teachings, that you too should reject their worship of the shekel? Their flesh-peddling? Well what else do you see reigning supreme in this world today? All other religions of the world seem to be to symbiotic to Christianity...but the cult which rules is the antithesis of everything that Christians are supposed to hold true. Everything from the blood-libel to Jesus' denunciation of the Pharisees should tell you something is not right with this cult that you have allowed to decimate your faith.


I know this rant is filled with questions...both rhetorical and literal...but I need to be schooled from an authority on this faith that is supposed to be held by most people on the planet. They appear to be valid questions to me. I do not understand in the least how you resolve your faith with this hell-hole that the jew has created for you.
So this is a plea for an explanation of how these two religions can survive in the same world. Resolve this one for me.

35 comments:

John said...

I wish I could explain in just a few words my own reasons for maintaining my faith in the face of what I recognise as the evil in the world in which we all have to sink or swim.

One difficulty in attempting to explain why I believe in a God that no one can see at the present time, and especially to one who does not believe He exists, e.g. yourself, is that I believe there is no rational explanation that would be acceptable to you. It is based simply on my belief that God is in action now bringing about a situation in which individuals will eventually be forced to make a definite choice between good and evil. Most people drift through life not bothering too much one way or the other about the subject. However, at present, lines are being drawn, and hard decisions will have to be made.

God will not stand back and let this situation continue indefinitely - He WILL intervene.

My faith, i.e. belief, is based purely on the foundation of what has been written in the Bible. In this Book the reader is told to expect a righteous outcome to past, present and future events, resulting in an end to all evil.

My belief and trust is in the God Who made heaven and earth, so overruling mankind's evil nature and the consequences thereof is not a problem to Him. The working out of His plan began a long time ago, and there have been many changes along the way to take care of the results of mankind's rebellions, but will eventually result in the achievement of His objective.

Assisted and encouraged by the devil, the ultimate enemy of all that is good [yes, he really does exist!], one of these rebellions and mankind's part in it is coming to the boil at the present time, and for those who have eyes to see is involving a particular tribe of humanity pretending to be something they are not. Unfortunately many Christians have been deceived by this massive counterfeit, but in spite of this it will not succeed in its ultimate aim of disrupting God's timetable for the restoration of His creation.

For those who wish to be a part of this successful and righteous outcome, there is a Way, but due to the personal submission required not many take advantage of the offer which by its very nature is inherently offensive to mankind's rebellious nature.

From the very beginning this Way has been available to any who wish to receive the bountiful advantages obtainable from an intimate, personal and knowable relationship with the God Who sacrificed Himself that others may obtain relief from this "hell-hole" as you put it. He is now alive and well and busy about His business of ensuring the appropriate outcome to the present challenge to His authority, but not in the way that many are expecting.

There are many, many other points that could be included in a reply to your question but are omitted for reasons of time and space - also the impossibility of offering you a satisfactory answer in such a forum as this. So if this brief note does not answer, fully or otherwise, your query then I apologise for wasting the time it took you to read it.

If some of my comments offend some of your readers then I apologise to them too – I can only state the truth as I see it.

A. Peasant said...

that's like trying to tell people without children how much they will love their children. you can pretty much guarantee them, but they have to go through making the baby first to find out for sure. faith works similarly. maybe not quite as much fun but hey.

Timster said...

John - Thanks for taking the time to explain your position. However.
What I am hearing is, let the bastards ruin our world and the world in which our children must live...it will all be resolved by a plan that an invisible man in the sky has to punish them. This plan will eliminate evil. But without evil how can there be good? Questions, questions... I dunno, I am sure you have good reasons for your beliefs, and I don't wish to offend them, but I am just not the type that sits around waiting for pie in the sky. I am surprised so many Christian do. Someone slaps me...I slap back. Call me rebellious if you will...greater men than myself have worn that collar. Buy you seem to be wrestling with your own take on jews. I see the natural anger and you are channeling it. Maybe that is not such a good thing. I kinda see the same thing with Les Visible...only MUCH more anger...hahaha.

Timster said...

AP - I definitely had more fun doing that than going to church...
But ain't kids great? The best thing in life...bar none.

A. Peasant said...

well yes, they are. and they are divine. that seems evident no? maybe it would help you to think of God as creativity, the creative spirit, obviously expressed in children.

no one can intellectually convince another person. faith is not like that. to be perfectly honest, you could wake up tomorrow and decide to believe in God just as easily as you woke up today and decided not to. it's entirely your choice. that's the point. it is freely given but it needs to be freely received as well.

Timster said...

AP - (and John)...Perhaps I am mis-communicating a bit here. I am not asking for an explanation of Christianity or for the existence of a god, or for anyone to explain their faith. What I was asking for help on, is why the Christian religion puts up with the judaic at all. What allows them to acquiesce to the whims of the jew RELIGIOUSLY...when so much in their bible tells them not to?
As I said, I don't want to get to ontological discussions over a god or religion itself. That is a slippery slope.

Anonymous said...

It is only my opinion, but I believe that Christianity as a religion has been corrupted from within. And I would say mostly by Jewish hands. Take the Scofield bible. Planting the seeds of Christian Zionism. I think Christianity today bears no resemblance to the actual teachings of Christ. Far too much emphasis is placed on the OT and on restoring Israel and bringing about world war in order to trigger this "Rapture" which allow Christians to be spirited off to heaven and miss all the horror of it. So, you get people to bring about widescale death and destruction with the assurance that Jesus will come down and spare them from any of it -- so they don't have to feel bad. God wants them to do this.

Also, the "prosperity gospel" is another scam trying to convince Christians that Jesus wasn't anti-materialism. He wants you to be rich. In fact, if you aren't, it is because you don't have enough faith.

I still call myself a Christian because I believe in the teachings of Christ. I could break away and try to start my own version of Christianity -- but since I see myself as a very flawed and imperfect Christian (the "turn the other cheek command is a hard one for me), I feel I would make a pretty poor spiritual leader.

Plus, I think that any one with some intelligence struggles with the idea of faith. I do believe -- but I know I have no logical reason for doing so. And I very often doubt the existence of God at all. Sometimes I think my faith in God may just be wishful thinking because I feel so powerless to bring about justice in this world that I am hoping that God exists to mete it out in the next.

That isn't to say that I don't try to do my part to bring about change. I do in some small ways. But I am honestly not brave enough to be a revolutionary. And I do believe that, as they say, all it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing. I am, in many ways, part of the problem to be sure. But, when you realize that you are vastly outnumbered by the idiots who refuse to see any truth -- it is hard not to become discouraged and wish to just remove yourself from the world as much as possible rather than fight against windmills... I guess my greatest failing is that I don't have much faith in my fellow man. I certainly have a hard time loving my neighbor when they can be such arrogant, greedy and ignorant bastards. As I said, I'm not a particulary good Christian ...

Anonymous said...

It is only my opinion, but I believe that Christianity as a religion has been corrupted from within. And I would say mostly by Jewish hands. Take the Scofield bible. Planting the seeds of Christian Zionism. I think Christianity today bears no resemblance to the actual teachings of Christ. Far too much emphasis is placed on the OT and on restoring Israel and bringing about world war in order to trigger this "Rapture" which allow Christians to be spirited off to heaven and miss all the horror of it. So, you get people to bring about widescale death and destruction with the assurance that Jesus will come down and spare them from any of it -- so they don't have to feel bad. God wants them to do this.

Also, the "prosperity gospel" is another scam trying to convince Christians that Jesus wasn't anti-materialism. He wants you to be rich. In fact, if you aren't, it is because you don't have enough faith.

I still call myself a Christian because I believe in the teachings of Christ. I could break away and try to start my own version of Christianity -- but since I see myself as a very flawed and imperfect Christian (the "turn the other cheek command is a hard one for me), I feel I would make a pretty poor spiritual leader.

Plus, I think that any one with some intelligence struggles with the idea of faith. I do believe -- but I know I have no logical reason for doing so. And I very often doubt the existence of God at all. Sometimes I think my faith in God may just be wishful thinking because I feel so powerless to bring about justice in this world that I am hoping that God exists to mete it out in the next.

That isn't to say that I don't try to do my part to bring about change. I do in some small ways. But I am honestly not brave enough to be a revolutionary. And I do believe that, as they say, all it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing. I am, in many ways, part of the problem to be sure. But, when you realize that you are vastly outnumbered by the idiots who refuse to see any truth -- it is hard not to become discouraged and wish to just remove yourself from the world as much as possible rather than fight against windmills... I guess my greatest failing is that I don't have much faith in my fellow man. I certainly have a hard time loving my neighbor when they can be such arrogant, greedy and ignorant bastards. As I said, I'm not a particulary good Christian ...

Frog said...

Timster,
My two cents as a Christian. I recognize that the Christians, especially in the western world, are corrupt. Almost completely. Their faith is shallow and most modern Christian theology ... bizarre. Men like Joel Osteen would make Christ retch. John Hagee. What can I say about John Hagee. Every so often, someone will ask me if I am "born again" and my stomach turns at identifying myself with those people.
Some time ago, I left the Catholic Church, I wrote letters to the powers that be explaining why I no longer viewed them as a Christian organization. I left my "Catholic" "Faith based" hospital, where I had a job, for the same reason. I now run my own business.
I find myself in the same position in my Christianity as in my position as an American.
My taxes go to fund evil at home and abroad. My money funds worse and worse evils every year. Like the church, this country is nothing but a perversion of it's origin and constitution. Other than a few good men and women.
So what do I do? The church, I voted with my presence and wallet. I left. Perhaps I was wrong to leave, but the system, the machine was so wrong, so evil, my fellow Catholics so blind to obvious truths. Should I have ranted on a soapbox outside of church every Sunday? "Repent your sins" and that kind of stuff. Maybe. I have a job and family to support so I didn't. I left.
But I digress. I don't really see a problem with Christianity and what happens in the world. I try hard not to knowingly support evil. I teach my kids, I talk to people who listen.
I view the world as a boot camp, unpleasant, challenging, when you are done, you are either broken or stronger.
I acknowledge that I can't fix a lot of things. A local kid has a drinker for a mother. He eats with us some nights. His life is worth it to me. That's what I can do and change so I do.
God in Heaven? The perfect father. I feel God in my life. It is subtle but to me unmistakable. A comfort. Christ? To me, the perfect older brother. The teacher. The best way to live life, if you take the time to study his words and take it seriously.
So, I consider Christianity the best manual on how to live life. I see God in small things, in coincidences, it is guidance, something to compare and measure myself against.

Frog said...

The tribe? They have devoted vast resources to subverting the church. Given that they are malign, that implies that Christianity, in it's real form, is good. Because they are so anxious to kill it. Right?
The fact that they have almost completely corrupted it does not undermine my faith. There are still good honest Christians out there. Again, I view this as a weed out course or boot camp. The fact that most of the men alongside me fail makes me sad, but does not change my goals.
Do you follow? Example: I feel our modern American wars are a lie. Our men die protecting poppies so that Heroin can be sold in New York and London. This country has been corrupted beyond belief, but if I stand up and say this, I'll get a rock in the head and an IRS audit when I wake up. So I try to be good and honest to the people around me and support the lies as little as possible. Anything else will lead to destruction. I don't care to be a martyr at this time. What of Christianity? The tribe has gutted the organized part of it almost completely. But just as I admire the intent of the men who framed the Constitution, I see the good in honestly following Christ. Look at all the hospitals around you. St. Joe, Mercy, Trinity. Somehow, I don't see any Buddha hospitals, or Ganeesh hospitals, or even a Atheist Inc. hospital. There are some state and private and Jewish hospitals but otherwise, Christians were the ones who cared about the poor, the weak, the sick and tried to change the world for the better.
Now, the hospitals are mostly corrupt corporations, but for a time they were a part of the city on the hill. I'm proud to try to be a part of that. Christianity does work when done right.
As far as coexisting with the tribe? Well, countries expel them, always. Men like Torquemada try different approaches. Nothing seems to work well in the long run. Perhaps they do have divine dispensation to try and test us in this world.
Maybe once Christianity collapses we will be ready for the another step in evolution. Or maybe we'll drop back to a terrible dark age. I wonder how things will go this time around.
Thanks for the honest writing Timster.

Frog said...

Timster, I sent a two part post, if it screwed up, tell me and I'll try again. It does not make sense otherwise.
Thanks

A. Peasant said...

but we are dealing with the same people who are confused about everything else. when you talk to someone at work and they're confused about geopolitics, and then you go to church and they're there, they're still confused. it's the same confused person from watching teevee plus now having bad theology crammed into their head to go with all the other bad advice. the church does nothing to help that but in fact adds to it, because the church (RCC) has been infiltrated.

who are these Christians you speak of? i mean i know i am one of them but i'll tell you there's no organization for people like me, so you should have no expectations of some organized true Christian cavalry coming to the rescue. it ain't gonna happen.

Frog said...

Timster,
One last comment regarding your answer to John. As far as I can tell, most organized Christianity is corrupt, unbiblical, bizzare. Catholicism, as the largest institution, is a weird cult with only a vague twisted connection to the scripture.
"We" Christians put up with things because 1) individually we are too weak and dispersed to fight the system and 2) our institutions are almost all destroyed/corrupt and 3) most of us have a twisted theology. We pray for our next BMW or credit card payment rather than mercy, living a good life and helping the unfortunate. That is we have bought the lie over the words of Christ.

A. Peasant said...

anyway it has been tried. look what happened to Oscar Romero.

A. Peasant said...

great comments and explanations by your other readers Timster. i think these are as good explanations as you're likely to get.

Timster said...

AP - (and others) Thank you for your explanations. You may be right. This may be the best answer I am going to get. I am indeed surprised at the consensus. What I am reading, is that most Christians do not identify with the Christian church and what it has become. It has been infiltrated by the tribe or it's minions. Ok...official church rebellion then is out of the question. But to answer your query about "who are these Christians you speak of?", I think I am referring to those that "follow" Jesus' teachings...personally, not through a corrupted body of money-grabbing evangelists...not a church per se. Didn't he tell you in black and white...copies of which are in every hotel room in the Western world...to reject the jew? Are you? The blood libel is reprinted in every bible I have ever picked up...unedited. I would think that true Christians would need no other reason to denounce the hebrew than these words.
If this is a truly representative answer from Christians...it is a sad one indeed. And again, I have no wish to offend. And without going into personal beliefs and the reasons for them...many ask me why I, having been raised in a Christian home,am not one...

John said...

Well Timster, that's quite a refinement of your original question, which I obviously misinterpreted, so thanks a bunch.

I understand the problem of "why the Christian religion puts up with the Judaic" as being part and parcel of God's administration of this planet and the people on it at the present time, which is the same thing as He's been doing since the Roman army destroyed Jerusalem and its temple almost 2,000 years ago.

This will not continue for much longer.

From time to time during this past period, strong men have seen the danger posed to their positions by the malevolent influence of the counterfeiters and have attempted with varying success to deal with it. But the respite is always temporary as regrouping takes place, and despite succeeding efforts have seen the evil influence of this counterfeit tribe grow in intensity.

Again, from my own viewpoint, the reason I put up with it, or them, is I have no alternative. I have no personal contact with any and do not particularly feel the need to gain personal experience after what I've read during my research over recent years. I take care of my family with this always in the background, and do what I am able to protect them.

I mentioned the current rebellion in my first answer, a rebellion that is so cancer-like in its effect on the vast human body that if left alone would ultimately consume it.

God will never let this happen!

The fact that it is being aided and abetted by millions of sincere, innocent, Bible believing Christians, usually referred to by the sometimes ignorant and vilifying use of the umbrella title "evangelical", shows the depth of the deceit. I don't think there is any way I can convince you or any one else over this tragic situation.

The rebellion I refer to involves the man-made physical engineering of the fulfilment of certain prophecies in both Old and New Testaments which have been, are being and will be for the purpose of bringing about a counterfeit return of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Whether you believe this is possible, let alone being worked out even as I type this note, is irrelevant. The actors are in place, the props ready and waiting to be used, and if we look carefully and know what to look for, it's possible to perceive the first effects already, one of which is the orchestration of the gradual increase in what is mistakenly and deceitfully referred to as "anti-semitism".

If God allows this storm to break, even in a muted manner, you and I will be put under pressure to conform to the dictates of the new, though temporary, regime.

God Himself is and will be continuing to deal with this in His own way and in His own time.

Thanks for this second opportunity to answer your question – re-reading what I have just written makes me sure there are more questions raised than answered, but I hope it's somewhere near the target you set.

A. Peasant said...

Didn't he tell you in black and white...copies of which are in every hotel room in the Western world...to reject the jew? Are you?

do we boil everything down to that? is that the most important thing? is that all Jesus said? no. primarily he told us to love God with all our hearts and to love one another as ourselves. that is the main commandment, above all others. so given the context of what we have to deal with, and the impossibility of any one person fixing it no matter how hard they may try, i think a true follower of Jesus does not put himself or herself in the judgment seat but tries to do the best he or she can to discern the way forward one thing at a time.

the jews are not the centerpiece of Christianity.

Matthew 22:36-40
Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’[a] 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b] 40 All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”

Timster said...

AP - Touche'. However, I assumed that you do these things...
And I have a hint that you are also rejecting the jew on biblical reference, or neither you or John would be revealing this evil religion on your websites?

A. Peasant said...

correct. i devoted myself to understanding this for about ten years, and when i came out the other side of that tunnel there was no more church and no more chosen people. so i don't "pick on" the jews alone; i am also highly critical of the church. it's a similar paradigm to republicans and democrats in a sense -- one needs the other for a foil, but the whole thing is a distracting circus which prevents people from accessing the truth, in my opinion. but i recognize that there are very many excellent people, many of whom i love dearly, who can't see this. so i try not to be a total unrelenting bitch about it.

Timster said...

AP - I agree wholly. Your efforts are appreciated. I have chosen to "afflict the comfortable" as well...but there is so much in what you say about those that remain in a state of confusion. Our job to help them out of it, I guess.

Anonymous said...

Hi Timster. Thank you for offering your wit, courage, and insight.

I am a Christian. It would be difficult to find someone who has more cause for offense at Power than I have--from the 1950s on I have been one of their lab rats-- and have had to cover major medical expenses for therapy and for the damaging life choices resulting from their terrible programs.

But I didn't want to talk about that...I wanted to address your questions about Christianity. When we consider the agonies of the world, there clearly exist two responses: the revolutionary response (whether by peaceful means or by violent overthrow of oppressive powers), and the theological response--that is, that we shouldn't wonder at the presence of evil in our lives and the lives of others--that we should wonder rather why evils don't occur more often--why any one of us ever breathes or eats or exists at any given moment without pain and distress--regardless of the origin (of which many of us are aware, though we don't often talk about the supramundane). The opening chapters of Genesis state that all of us have fallen desperately far from the Source of Life, Love, Sanity--that all of us have lost the very Ground of comfort, charity, truth, well-being, health, right-mindedness...though we don't consider ourselves depraved in comparison to some. This is the account of the fall of our progenitors, your original parents and mine, and it describes the human condition in an ancient world God saw fit to destroy by water, and certainly, in a modern world He has also promised to destroy and, through Christ, to renovate.

Christians are all too often duped into the revolutionary response--into thinking that since God hates evil, we should take it on ourselves to right it. This approach is expressly forbidden by a God who peers into the proximal and distant causes more accurately than we, and who knows the remedies and punishments more justly. And He does not punish merely as Pie in the Sky-- most of these folks are paranoid wretches and perverts--they are already suffering in the flesh and they will be more wretched in eternity.

Timster, since you are true, have humility also, and let Christ cover your sins--don't be deceived on this point. Thank you Timster--Christian

Timster said...

Christian - Thanks for you comment. I guess my reactions to the evil(pronounced judaism) in the world are a bit more here-and-now. Not having faith that things will work out according to a divine plan, I have come up with my own...Call em like I see em. Even though I do not advocate violence...when the world, including Christians begin to name that evil...well, I wouldn't want to have a kosher surname. Perhaps this too is a divine thing...but arguably you could say that about anything...yes?
I am humbled by yours an other's response to these questions I posed however. It tells me that these are questions that have been considered seriously, and they are not just flippant rhetorical musings.
Thanks again.

Frog said...

I agree with the above.
I'll throw in one more thought. As a physician, I deal with the issue of removing a disease without killing the patient. Also, I know that treating symptoms and evidence of a disease does not necessarily clear up the disease itself.
Just as I consider the majority of "Christians" non-Christian, I feel much the same about Jews.
The "Synagogue of Satan" sometimes seems to be just that. Almost supernatural. The plans of the banking families and Zionists run layers and layers deep and evolve over generations. Judaism has been stripped of the Torah and turned into a Talmudic social club. In this club, anything goes and everything is chattel to the chosen. (google "jewish atheist" for a start).
Still, there are some ragtag dissenters. See "Our Worst Enemy
By Rabbi Daniel Lapin ", he admits that Jews form the preponderance of those that coarsen our society. "Rabbis against Zionism" hold street protests against Israel and speak of Zionism's role in WWII. Gilad Atzmon writes about the Israeli Holocaust against the people of Gaza.
Sometimes it seems like the modern "Jews" have been mostly suckered into abandoning the good in favor of hate (I suppose the partially made up Holocaust went a long way to help them along). Today, many/most of them seem to be ruined by the corruption that poses as their (not) religion. Their hate and sense of betrayal allows them to do the most contemptible things.
Still, in rejecting all things judaic, do you reject Rabbi Lapins article entirely too?
Are the Jews that run pornography, organ harvesting, crooked banks and corporations entirely to blame for all? If God took them away today would all these problems end? Or would the "Synagogue of Satan" persist under a new name with a new crowd lining up to get in?

John said...

Well Timster, may I intervene once more into this discussion before you call "time!".

Understanding what's going on, particularly with reference to the "jew", is fraught with confusion because so much has happened during the 4,000 years or so since Abraham was born. But he was not born into a world without history, as much had happened prior to his birth. This prior history, although relevant to this theme, need not be included here.

By your and many other's references to "this evil religion" non believers simply extend this phrase into their imagined understanding of the character of God by thinking that He too is therefore evil.

Through supernatural means God caused a Book to be written, part of which was and is still referred to as "The Law" which was incorporated into what we now call the Old Testament. The Law contains God's rules and regulations for the Israelites for every-day living throughout the year in a way that was acceptable to a righteous God.

The Book containing the Law is still in existence – it is called The Torah.

However in their wisdom the priesthood took the decision on their own initiative to make up an additional set of oral rules based on their INTERPRETATION of the Law of God. These oral rules etc. were later incorporated into another book – it is called The Talmud.

Leaving aside for a moment the questioning by today's standards of the wisdom of such a act, the Talmud is also still in existence, and it is this book that rules the hearts and minds of the rulers of the present day "Jews", just as it did in oral form 2,000 years ago in the time that Jesus Christ was completing the work He was sent here to carry out, and which He so vociferously condemned.

It is this centuries old elevation of the authority of the Talmud to the same level as the Torah, even to a level of having greater authority, that is one of the major causes of the present difficulties we see around us, for at it's root it takes men away from the worship of a righteous and loving God to the worship of the devil, the wanna-be usurper of God's rightful position and the enemy of mankind.

It is the current religion based on the adoption of the diabolically flawed Talmudic INTERPRETATION of the original Torah that should be in peoples minds when reference is made to "this evil religion".

It is yet another of the classic cases of man's arrogance vs. the love of God, to the point where He has to intervene to demonstrate yet again that we cannot "go-it-alone" – oh! how we love to avoid facing up to that in any and all ways that are open to us. One day this lesson will be fully learned and willingly fully incorporated into mankind's every day life.

But just for now we have to witness, and yes be affected by, the frantic dying throes of another failing attempt to disrupt God's planned timetable for the ultimate redemption of mankind and this planet, our home.

Timster said...

Frog - You pose some interesting questions. Yes, in a way I oppose any Rabbi's statements. Whether they are intended to do harm or good to the world in general, they are still statements made by one of the tribe. They have had their say. If the good Rabbi has condemnation for zionism and taludic hedonism, I suggest that he confines his words to his flock. I don't want to hear it. I have heard the boy cry wolf far too many times to care, or take it to heart. Am I wrong? May he see his mission to reform and be successful, but as far as I am concerned the whole mish-mash that is zionism/judaism/talumudism has brought NOTHING but harm to anyone that isn't of that ilk...and quite a few that are.
Will there always be selfish money-gubbing mean people outside of the tribe? Of course. As I have said we are all capable of unspeakable acts, as humans. But when this type of activity is done in concert and practiced as a religion, is when evil takes on the "isness of business" that we see today. Of course this behaviour is copied by many a Gentile, because these practices are within the human sphere of possibility, but in non-jewish practitioners of such heartless endeavors it becomes a matter of competition with the masters of usury and war. And if you can't beat em...join em. Does any of this make sense in print? It does in my head. hahahaha.
Anyway, thank you again for your thought-provoking commentary.

Timster said...

John - Yes, you may. Write as much as you want. I am always glad to publish well-considered opinion.

I'm sorry, but when anyone says "some day"...I always picture Marlon Brando as Terry Malloy, sitting in the back church pew, saying "yeah...someday". Sorry, just a mental cue of mine.

Kerux said...

Like most means of influencing culture, the jew owns Christendom / Churchianity as well. No one here should be surprised.

But Yahweh has his remnant.

You might check out

http://christogenea.org/

http://www.anglo-saxonisrael.com/

for what I have found to be an accurate Biblical paradigm and one worthy of study.

and my blog post here detailing how the jews took control of Christianity http://keruxreplies.blogspot.com/search/label/Scofield%20Reference%20Bible
and
http://keruxreplies.blogspot.com/2010/06/judeo-christian-is-oxymoron.html



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Kerux said...

.....but I need to be schooled from an authority on this faith that is supposed to be held by most people on the planet. They appear to be valid questions to me. I do not understand in the least how you resolve your faith with this hell-hole that the jew has created for you.
So this is a plea for an explanation of how these two religions can survive in the same world. Resolve this one for me.


I think I can do that. How would you like to go about my giving you an explanation? Point by point through your blog post, or how about a guest post?

Kerux at http://keruxreplies.blogspot.com/2010/07/cain-is-not-adams-son.html

Timster said...

Kerux - Well, the response to this particular piece has seemed to start a forum, all on it's own. However if you wish to give me a few points so I can see what direction you are heading...excuse my caution, but I have been down the road of scripture quoters, and that easily gets out of hand.

Timster said...

Kerux - Blogger burped again and your comment of 7:14 went to the spam folder for some reason. I have posted it today. Thanks for the links.

Kerux said...

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I'll review your missive closer, to focus my reply on some of your main stumbling blocks.

Back in a day or two.

Kerux

John said...

As I re-read my previous submission I did wonder if the word "sometime" might arouse a query in someone's mind. Date setting can be a mine field even for the believer, having been tried, published and found wanting ad infinitum over the centuries. However, your raising of the query gives me the opportunity to mention that there are three dates approaching which appear to have significance for many people alive today.

These three dates are 2022, 2027, and 2036.

The word "administration" carries more significance for citizens of the United States than here in the UK in its common association with the work of government, so if I tell you that 2022 marks the beginning of the transition period between the end of God's present administration of the affairs on this world to the beginning of the one that follows it seven years later in 2029, you will readily understand when I explain that I am talking about a governmental administration.

By "transition period", the closest I can get to a simile here is a kind of hand-over period that occurs between two administrations, the one succeeding the other, simply for the sake of good governance - it's just that this one will last seven years from 2022 to 2029.

Having already discovered over a period of years the future significance of these three dates in God's general overall plan covering 14,700 years from beginning to end, which includes the redemption of mankind from the tragic and terrible effects of his rebellious nature, it came as something of a surprise not to say shock to learn of the astronomical significance of two of them: 2029 and 2036, being the two dates forecast by some of today's astronomers for us to witness the extremely close, and therefore possibly earth-damaging, passings of asteroid Apophis.

Is this a coincidence? I do not believe so. indeed it cannot be so if both sets of the dates are correct.

By courtesy of our loving, gracious and righteous God, mankind has been "off the leash" as it were for the past almost 2,000 years, and because we are being allowed to "run loose" and treated graciously in a way that none of us deserve, i.e. no retribution or punishment of any kind for our miss-managed and un-restrained rebellious natures, an ever increasing number of us now believe either that God does not care what we do or don't do, or even that He does not exist at all. This is about to change – in 2022 in fact, seven years before the first forecast close encounter with Apophis.

From 2022 God will bring to an end this, His secret administration, and once again involve Himself openly in the affairs of men, beginning with His chosen people, the children Israel and their descendants, who most definitely are not the Israelis. I sincerely hope you will believe me when I tell you that I am most emphatically not referring here to the Israelis, the small but highly influential group of people at present gathered together at the eastern end of the Mediterranean in the land of Palestine who, together with their world-wide financially supportive compatriots and family members, have, with intention to deceive, arrogantly adopted the significant name of Israel, and under the knowing guidance of their leaders now behave as if they themselves are God's chosen people and nation.

Probably of equal if not greater importance, great numbers of sincere but misguided Christians as a result of additional falsehoods support this notion, to the detriment of the world community at large.

If anyone wishes to examine the nuts and bolts of my postings; chapter and verse; then please go to the following personal account in two parts of the progress made by a fellow believer and someone who has made a similar journey of understanding:-

http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/christianindividual/construct.1.htm

http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/christianindividual/construct.2.htm

Sorry for this late posting but I've been away from my computer for a few days.

Kerux said...

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I've replied to your plea:

“So this is a plea for an explanation of how these two religions can survive in the same world. Resolve this one for me.”

Here:

http://keruxreplies.blogspot.com/2010/12/reply-to-resolve-at-how-dare-i.html

Kerux

Anonymous said...

The single event that doomed Jesus
was his scene in Jerusalem's huge temple, turning over the moneychangers' tables,
trying to stop them from making a parasitic profit off the people.

The Jews have always hated Jesus. They had him killed, spit on his churches, and (according to the Talmud)claim that he is boiling in his own excrement in Hell. They do everything they can to vilify Christ in their entertainment industry. There is a reason.

Jesus was the first renowned TEACHER stressing the anti-civilization nature of the Pharisees (Jewish leaders).

Whether you are spiritual or not, one must recognize that Christ tried to prevent the nightmare of Talmudic Judaism that we are living with today.

The prevailing inclination of Western society has forsaken his teachings. Jesus deserves no vilification. It is the manipulators of his teachings that do. I will never deny that I am a Christian. At the very least, all Gentiles should consider Jesus their hero..... the original Superhero of Humanity.