Are Christians retarded?

“Don’t worry honey, witchcraft isn’t real!”
“Now let’s go worship a ghost and partake of his flesh and blood!”

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Christians believe witchcraft is real though..

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      My mother didn’t believe in magic. But she still believed she was eating the flesh and blood of a ghost. Then again, she also surrounded herself in roosters.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        You have chip on the shoulder and no clue about the religion you speak of, either by your own fault or because your mother raised you poorly.
        But now you have access to the internet, ability to learn and you still fail, instead of making shit quality bait posts on /x/. That one is on you.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Xtians don't like magick because it's a "sin", they don't like it because they're still trying to regain their defacto monopoly over it. Yes, prayer is magick! Rituals are magick, rites like laying on of hands and exorcism are magick. Theurgy [magick] is done by the magic user, not the god!

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Theurgy [magick] is done by the magic user, not the god!
        “But if you ask really nicely…”

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Fpbp

      Why the frick does OP think witch burnings happened?

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    God isn't magic. He is the creator and the default of everything natural. And when the Logos says something is, it simply is. Whether saying "Let there be light" or "This is my body", it is the same thing.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Wait, so you mean you actually think you're consuming the flesh and blood of Christ? You don't recognize that it's symbolic?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        It's the ultimate CHRISTKEK COPE, their book full of lies says it's true so it must be true, even if it means derealizing reality itself in order to believe it LOL

        https://i.imgur.com/FyIXQNl.gif

        “Don’t worry honey, witchcraft isn’t real!”
        “Now let’s go worship a ghost and partake of his flesh and blood!”

        N-no y-you see it's not magic when Adonai does it, m-magic is for sinners

        God isn't magic. He is the creator and the default of everything natural. And when the Logos says something is, it simply is. Whether saying "Let there be light" or "This is my body", it is the same thing.

        Your god is not Logos. Your god is Ahriman.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I wonder if you're baiting, dumb or just trying to vent some issues.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            A child's words from a child's mind. Tell me what elements of my post you think are wrong. (You can't, because I was right.)

            OP and guys like [...] in general seem to have no clue what they're talking about or intentionally provocative edgelords. Either way, you and I and likely all kinds of other random anons ITT know they aren't speaking in good faith, just trying to ridicule others.

            Simplistic first like of response damage control.

            You DO realize that Christian, or God-powered magic, has been a thing for millennia, right?

            God is 100% magic. The truly divine kind of magic. Catholic monks attempted to summon demons using the authority of God. No different from king Solomon commanding demons in the name of God.

            To be sure, even today, in places like Mexico, or Haiti, magic is blended together with Catholicism. Mexican witchcraft is heavily Catholic. Vodou has much to do with Catholicism.

            What Christians do at mass is literally high ceremonial magic. It’s just by any other name.

            This guy gets it.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Tell me what elements of my post you think are wrong. (You can't, because I was right.)
            You act like a pretentious kid yourself, but sure, I'll indulge you once.
            >It's the ultimate CHRISTKEK COPE
            Anon explained an obvious thing about religion (wine and bread thing), one that you've used to mock said religion in the first place - so either you went out of your way to intentionally ignore the obvious explanation or you're a dumbass clueless about said religion.
            >N-no y-you see
            Then in answer to OP post you've used low quality strawman. No one claimed that and if you'd ask honestly about view on witchcraft or even just read posts like

            Are you?

            Bible doesn't say it isn't real.

            It says it isn't moral.

            you'd know better. So again, either you are intellectually dishonest or a dumbass.
            <Your god is not Logos
            Weird you speak of logos while you cannot approach the religion even with detached stance of logic.

            So yeah, you come off as pretentious kid thinking that mockery and insult underlines your stance, while your behavior makes it the opposite. I am not a christian, but so far christians ITT seem to behave with more class and reasonable approach than you do.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You DO realize that Christian, or God-powered magic, has been a thing for millennia, right?

      God is 100% magic. The truly divine kind of magic. Catholic monks attempted to summon demons using the authority of God. No different from king Solomon commanding demons in the name of God.

      To be sure, even today, in places like Mexico, or Haiti, magic is blended together with Catholicism. Mexican witchcraft is heavily Catholic. Vodou has much to do with Catholicism.

      What Christians do at mass is literally high ceremonial magic. It’s just by any other name.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Are you?

    Bible doesn't say it isn't real.

    It says it isn't moral.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Jesus was literally ressurected according to christians
    >is basically god
    >let's call him a ghost anyway
    >are you stupid christians?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      OP and guys like

      https://i.imgur.com/DjDHu3V.jpg

      It's the ultimate CHRISTKEK COPE, their book full of lies says it's true so it must be true, even if it means derealizing reality itself in order to believe it LOL
      [...]
      N-no y-you see it's not magic when Adonai does it, m-magic is for sinners
      [...]
      Your god is not Logos. Your god is Ahriman.

      in general seem to have no clue what they're talking about or intentionally provocative edgelords. Either way, you and I and likely all kinds of other random anons ITT know they aren't speaking in good faith, just trying to ridicule others.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The "resurrection" was, at the very best, Jesus appearing as a ghost. Use your brain for a moment. Jesus of Nazareth is attested very well by the Romans, Pontius Pilate laments having to execute an otherwise innocent man just to keep peace in Galilee (because the Phariseean Rabbis demanded Jesus' execution.) Yet we don't see Pilate writing "oh holy shit what the frick, this guy came back to life," do we?
      No, instead, the only people who see the resurrected Jesus are his disciples, and he's back just long enough to say hi. It was a ghost, bro.
      The fact is that resurrection is impossible, and that's exactly why Yahweh claims to have achieved it. It's the same reason he claims to have achieved a range of Kali Yuga miracles (which are impossible) such as the feeding of the five thousand or the parting of the Red Sea.
      The reason you are told these lies is in the desperate hope they your belief in them will give Yahweh enough power to work his MAGNUM OPUS of impossible spells, The Thousand Year Kingdom, in which time itself comes to a permanent standstill.
      A hubris-ridden tyrant wants to stop his Tower from falling. Wants to avoid his karmic comeuppance. But he can't. The cycle of time is unstoppable, you may as well try to kill the sun by throwing rocks at it. Like everything else your god does, it's ridden with all the hallmarks of immaturity and stupidity.
      Yahweh, and Abraham who resides in him, will be dragged into Hell - probably Hell exactly as he sees it, for maximum irony, and probably for the entire duration of the "next" Kalpa. The same hell he tricked Jesus into being consigned to forever. (Read the Book of Revelation, Jesus never left Hell after the Harrowing and is still there now, which is why you have to chant your cope mantra "Jesus Christ is in Heaven.")

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        It is considered the unforgivable sin to attribute miracles to things other than God.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          So other religions consist of unforgivable sinners, is that it? How DARE those Shinto priests…tossing cucumbers into a pond…

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >It was a ghost, bro.
        Luke 24:39, the risen Jesus says to the disciples, “See my hands and my feet, that it is I myself; handle me, and see, for a spirit does not have flesh and bones as you see that I have”

        >The fact is that resurrection is impossible.
        Nothing is impossible for a god.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What is this strawman? And a moronic one at that. I am no christian but at least I don't have a hateboner against them built upon bullshit.
    >My mother didn’t believe in magic. But she still believed she was eating the flesh and blood of a ghost. Then again, she also surrounded herself in roosters.
    Anon, this board is not responsible nor willing to handle your mommy issues. Nor is your mother a spokeperson for christianity. You really should do yourself a favor and actually talk with decent people who happen to be of this or that relition - they may be able to explain their beliefs in a way that'll be easier for you to accept.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Christian hands typed this post, I can smell the projection a mile away. It's your religion that's obsessed with infantilism Anon, not OP's.
      (From "The Hero With A Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell. This is your religion's legacy.)

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    In antiquity, magic often seen as a gift from the gods, or a part of the gods, and the wizards Moses faced in the bible were even just priests of their own respective deities.

    It was only when pretentious Christians resorted to weaponized semantics did it become separate / moronic and ironic. Even then, this didn’t stop Catholic monks from attempting black magic.

    The Church was quite literally a self-hating mages guild by any other name. You could only do “good and godly” magic behind closed doors.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yep, exactly. They even lifted the entire idea of "Magi" from Zoroastrianism (the religion Judaism perverted and inverted to create a bed of lies for Zoroaster's adversary to incubate in.)

      It is considered the unforgivable sin to attribute miracles to things other than God.

      That's as true as it is irrelevant to what I said. Your god has never performed a single miracle. He was born around 4000 years ago when the wizard Abraham performed his Augoeides. A thousand years into the Kali Yuga. There's a reason Gnostics saw your god as "The Demiurge," a foolish tyrant who mistakenly believes he has created the world/has dominion over it. Your god is the butt of a cosmic joke.

      So other religions consist of unforgivable sinners, is that it? How DARE those Shinto priests…tossing cucumbers into a pond…

      Yes, that is literally the Christcuck position lmao. They will scream about idolatry when they see a Shaivite Lignam and then fall to their knees before a neon cross. Pathetic.

      >It was a ghost, bro.
      Luke 24:39, the risen Jesus says to the disciples, “See my hands and my feet, that it is I myself; handle me, and see, for a spirit does not have flesh and bones as you see that I have”

      >The fact is that resurrection is impossible.
      Nothing is impossible for a god.

      >It's in le book so it must be true!
      Do you not understand that the whole point of orientating your religion around a book - rather than around meditation, as Dharmics do - was so that it could contain lies? This is why Zoroaster warned us that Ahriman could only manifest in the material sciences and written word: because he is a liar, and a lie can never be realized because it contains nothing real. You have to convince a person of a lie via argument - hence your silly book of lies.
      Again, only the disciples talk about it. Had Jesus gone to Pilate, I'd believe in the Resurrection. But let me guess, he didn't go to Pilate, uhh, to test my faith, right?
      Someone should have told Lord Krsna about that trick before he wasted his time walking the earth and being recognized as Vishnu by all he met! All he had to do was reveal himself to a dozen people who then ask everyone else to trust them.
      This is so obvious a literal child could work it out, and many children do, before you scum browbeat them back into line using threats, shame, and guilt. (I've even seen you people using the word "cringe" to try and draw people back to your "normal" god lmao.)

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Do you not understand that the whole point of orientating your religion around a book - rather than around meditation, as Dharmics do - was so that it could contain lies?

        It's you who doesn't understand. OP is laughing at Christian beliefs that are not their beliefs. Whether those beliefs are true or not - that is another story.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          NTA but these definetly are their beliefs. Just because you rename something, doesn't mean you change the essence of what it is. Jesus's death was a blood sacrifice and pretty much every Christian rite is a form of ceremonial magic. Just because they say/believe it's not doesn't mean it isn't

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Now you just don't make any sense. They say they do, but they don't. Christians that are familiar with their faith will have a very particular entity in mind when talking about Jesus or god, they do not fully understand it but that's also part of the faith itself - the grand mystery. But far from a ghost which is really generic term used for any being that is not material.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You idiots always say "you don't understand our religion!" right after you're done saying "wow sweaty who hurt you" (when you know it was your own god, because he hurts you too) and then "I bet you're a pagan/atheist/jew/Satanist/etc." You must have a fricking flowchart
          As has been pointed out in this thread as nauseum, many Christians DO believe EXACTLY what the OP posted. This is the problem with trying to engage you idiots in conversation, you all come from different denominations, agree on nothing, and then argue as if your own position is representative of all Christians. (In this case, you're doing it by drawing contrast between your own beliefs and the position OP was mocking.)
          I understand your religion better than you do, Christian. Cope with it, like you cope with everything else.

          All magic lies within the mind’s eye, and is thus art. All religion is art. All religion is indistinguishable from magic. At its simplest, you had the ancients looking to the night sky and considering the stars gods. A black box. Ignorance is required. Magic and religion do not require the truth as a rule, as that defeats the purpose of faith. You don’t ask a magician for their secrets, do you? It’s much the same with the gods.

          Humans are blind to irony.

          Another guy who gets it. Always nice to see someone else who has actually DONE some magic instead of just fantasizing about it.

          >Tell me what elements of my post you think are wrong. (You can't, because I was right.)
          You act like a pretentious kid yourself, but sure, I'll indulge you once.
          >It's the ultimate CHRISTKEK COPE
          Anon explained an obvious thing about religion (wine and bread thing), one that you've used to mock said religion in the first place - so either you went out of your way to intentionally ignore the obvious explanation or you're a dumbass clueless about said religion.
          >N-no y-you see
          Then in answer to OP post you've used low quality strawman. No one claimed that and if you'd ask honestly about view on witchcraft or even just read posts like [...] you'd know better. So again, either you are intellectually dishonest or a dumbass.
          <Your god is not Logos
          Weird you speak of logos while you cannot approach the religion even with detached stance of logic.

          So yeah, you come off as pretentious kid thinking that mockery and insult underlines your stance, while your behavior makes it the opposite. I am not a christian, but so far christians ITT seem to behave with more class and reasonable approach than you do.

          You did your best but you are at most 15 years old judging by your brain power.
          Firstly, I am not OP. I replied to OP. Why would you think I was OP?
          Secondly, yet again, as has been pointed out AD NAUSEUM, many Christians DO in fact believe what OP posted. Let me guess, they're not real Christians.
          Thirdly, there is no strawman. Yet AGAIN, you morons all believe in slightly different versions of the same israeli fairytales (to give you an excuse to kill each other) and you're advancing a single Christian position among thousands to try and deboonk me.
          Fourthly, LMAO at saying I'm unqualified to talk about Logos because I can't approach your crude silhouette of a religion "with a detached sense of logic." The fact that you think that's how religion works - how God works - is beyond hilarious. You truly can't see Brahman at all, can you? How on earth did Abraham manage to blind you to such a light?
          >You come off as
          I don't give a frick how an idiot like you sees me. Your brain doesn't work.
          >I'm not a Christian
          You are.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >You idiots always say "you don't understand our religion!"

            It's not really my religion.
            >right after you're done saying "wow sweaty who hurt you" (when you know it was your own god, because he hurts you too)

            I did not say anything of the sort.
            >and then "I bet you're a pagan/atheist/jew/Satanist/etc." You must have a fricking flowchart

            I also didn't say anything like that, so I'm not sure where did you got the flowchart idea from. Oh right, from your ass.
            >As has been pointed out in this thread as nauseum, many Christians DO believe EXACTLY what the OP posted.

            Many people call themselves christians but they are atheists really or just believe whatever. I really wouldn't think of them as christians.
            >This is the problem with trying to engage you idiots in conversation, you all come from different denominations, agree on nothing, and then argue as if your own position is representative of all Christians

            That is true, there are many disagreements which I believe is the case in every religion old enough to create them. But most would agree on certain basics and surely god being different from a ghost is one of them. Jesus, even seen as "just" son of the god also wouldnt fit that.
            >I understand your religion better than you do, Christian. Cope with it, like you cope with everything else.

            Again, not really my religion so you understand very little. But I was raised within it and I roll my eyes when I read obvious lies fueled by pure hatred that has little to do with reality.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Ok let’s look at Europe compared to India then.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Wicked image

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >They even lifted the entire idea of "Magi" from Zoroastrianism
        The Persian magi were themselves priests, magicians -and- astrologers. All in one. A blend of religion, science and magic. It was all the same to them.

        The later Greeks even agreed, and the meaning of magic expanded to include astronomy/astrology, alchemy, and other forms of esoteric knowledge. Religion and hocus pocus fall into psychology, as Pliny the Elder put it (“it’s all bullshit, but no man isn’t affected by superstition!”), even to the point of “it’s better to entertain spells and such, just in case”.

        The word ‘magic’ arguably descends from the Persian magi (arguably descended from magh or megh—meaning ‘to do’—Zoroaster’s earliest disciples were known as the ‘meghestom’).

        The fracturing of these three things was a disaster on the human psyche.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There is no evidence that monks practiced demonology

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      http://www.inquiriesjournal.com/amp/539/nigromancy-in-the-later-middle-ages

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah that's the fun shit, the Roger Bacon shit. It's always fun to see the real gods reach right through the veil of Christian ignorance and start waking people up. (See also: Sethian Gnosticism, thank you Lord Seth!)

        It was corrupted almost immediately.
        First it's followers were persecuted.
        Then it was co-opted when it became the official religion of the Roman Empire.
        From there they could change the rules at any time, in any which way they chose.

        Do you not see that this was the intention? Christianity was always intended to fracture itself into a zillion little sects, all of whom want to viciously behead each other. "I have come to turn brother against brother," remember?
        And then that became more literally true with the advent of Islam, because now we can screech and fight like monkeys about which one of Abraham's sons is the Real Good One!

        Why do you feel the need to hate people you don't know?

        Why do you feel the need to make childlike attempts at employing psychogenetic fallacy in order to silence anyone who realizes that the Emperor's New Clothes are imaginary?

        https://i.imgur.com/0gEaZPf.jpg

        The Critian understanding of magic comes mainly from Agustin and his De civitate dei.
        Basically the guy was trying to scare pagans into converting to Christianity and declared that only Christian practices come from god and so are not magic but miracles and everything else comes from demons. He's also the one responsible to equating daemons to evil adversaries of all that is good and the fact that Pagan Gods are fallen angels.
        It's a very nifty early try at censoring what's not Christian and a way for them to feel superior to everyone else
        >yeah bro, this is not ceremonial magic and jesus's tale is not a blood sacrifice, its all miracle work and gods will bro, totally different, trust me

        Thank you, it's nice to see someone with a working brain on /x/

        Or a 20 armed half monkey half man or whatever these third worlders worship

        Worshipping someone who chose to sacrifice himself for you is better than worshipping cow shit like an Indian though

        Yeah I knew the SECOND I posted Lord Shiva's image we'd come right here. Oh Mr. Cow saar frick my wife saar, etc. etc., poo in the loo, so on ad infinitum. It's the only ammunition you idiots have against a religion which is beyond your comprehension.
        I'll save you some time: I'm White British. My virulent hatred of Abrahamism comes from the fact that it enslaved me from birth, and still enslaves most of the people around me. Had I had the good fortune to be born Indian, I wouldn't hate your shitty little god - I wouldn't CARE ABOUT HIM AT ALL, and that is indeed what behaviour we actually see from Hindus. Your religion looks as appealing to them as literally eating shit, which is, in a metaphysical sense, precisely what you spend all your time doing. So they look at you with bafflement. Nothing more.
        The cow is holy because Hinduism was formed by the meeting of Indic and Aryan peoples, and the Aryans had been pastoralist nomads who relied on the cow to live, it's a metaphor for the cycle of life.
        The many arms and faces look psychedelic. I wonder why!!!

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You didn't answer why you feel the need to hate people you don't know.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It was corrupted almost immediately.
    First it's followers were persecuted.
    Then it was co-opted when it became the official religion of the Roman Empire.
    From there they could change the rules at any time, in any which way they chose.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Why do you feel the need to hate people you don't know?

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The Critian understanding of magic comes mainly from Agustin and his De civitate dei.
    Basically the guy was trying to scare pagans into converting to Christianity and declared that only Christian practices come from god and so are not magic but miracles and everything else comes from demons. He's also the one responsible to equating daemons to evil adversaries of all that is good and the fact that Pagan Gods are fallen angels.
    It's a very nifty early try at censoring what's not Christian and a way for them to feel superior to everyone else
    >yeah bro, this is not ceremonial magic and jesus's tale is not a blood sacrifice, its all miracle work and gods will bro, totally different, trust me

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Worshipping someone who chose to sacrifice himself for you is better than worshipping cow shit like an Indian though

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Or a 20 armed half monkey half man or whatever these third worlders worship

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Yes they are moronic, that's why the need magic sky daddy to tell them yes or no

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    All magic lies within the mind’s eye, and is thus art. All religion is art. All religion is indistinguishable from magic. At its simplest, you had the ancients looking to the night sky and considering the stars gods. A black box. Ignorance is required. Magic and religion do not require the truth as a rule, as that defeats the purpose of faith. You don’t ask a magician for their secrets, do you? It’s much the same with the gods.

    Humans are blind to irony.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just as magic parallels religion, so too does it parallel science, and the “wizards” of the past were just the mad scientists of their time.

    This is Paracelsus, a hermetic alchemist, or proto chemist; also the greatest natural physician of his day, and a father of mineral medicinals.

    He believed he could produce a slave creation, or a familiar of sorts—the Homunculus—by ejaculating into a chicken egg, or worse.

    — ‘That the sperm of a man be putrefied by itself in a sealed cucurbit for forty days with the highest degree of putrefaction in a horse's womb ["venter equinus", meaning "warm, fermenting horse dung"[2]], or at least so long that it comes to life and moves itself, and stirs, which is easily observed. After this time, it will look somewhat like a man, but transparent, without a body. If, after this, it be fed wisely with the Arcanum of human blood, and be nourished for up to forty weeks, and be kept in the even heat of the horse's womb, a living human child grows therefrom, with all its members like another child, which is born of a woman, but much smaller.’ [3]:328–329

    The original coomer, if you will.

    Brilliance and madness go together hand-in-hand like peanut butter and jam.

    — ‘The root and objective empiricism of natural understanding, and the magic that lies within the subjection of the mind’s eye.’

    Consider the following:
    1) God to the physicist is a sufficiently advanced ("godlike") extra-dimensional alien/entity.
    2) God to the Christian is simply 'He', 'God', 'Yahweh', 'Jehovah', etc. He is a Name.
    3) To the Christian physicist, it is both.

    Or, consider the likes of Isaac Newton, ‘the last of the magicians’, who was more so a Christian-Hermetic esotericist, than a natural philosopher proper. Practically a mystic. Also a heretic in private—even disagreed with the concept of the Trinity.

    Galileo would also entertain topics like ‘should a Leo date a Gemini?’.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It blows my mind how people think modern science isn’t magic.

      I fricking hate zoomers.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Blame education. Also blame human nature for taking everything for granted. Humans are never satisfied with reality.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/pKueBt6.jpg

        Blame education. Also blame human nature for taking everything for granted. Humans are never satisfied with reality.

        Humans are blind to magic because magic is personal, and deep down they deeply wish it to be something else, something real, but they do not see the error or irony of their way of thinking. They do not temper their perceptions with the perceptions of others.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >ITT: israelites and their goyim talk about something they don't understand
    Many such cases recently.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    People are moronic in general.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >you must not suffer a witch to live

    remember, the Apostle Paul convinced a whole town to burn their books of magick since Paul was able to prove the legitimate of the power of the holy Spirit through healing and other things.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Unless you're ordained you have no authority to teach scripture, like St. Paul.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        My authority comes from God. The Bible itself warns those who wish to teach that they will be judged harsher than those that don't. I'm willing to accept that, because I know I'm legitimate.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        And need I remind you that in the gospel of Matthew the Disciples ask Jesus if they should deal with someone exorcising demons in Jesus' name who were "not of their own" and what did Jesus tell them?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          *Mark, not Matthew, point still stands.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm schizo baby. We worship death.

    You are going to die.

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >t. Has never read the Bible
    Bro there are like 30 verses condemning sorcery and witchcraft

    Why the frick do you think witches were so prosecuted in history

    BTW Jesus never uses magic

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Remember, that Moses himself had a battle against magicians.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Because Christians are terrified of everything and have to convince themselves that things aren’t real.

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