>went into Christianity hoping to find peace and salvation

>went into Christianity hoping to find peace and salvation
>instead find my absolute hatred for humans and wish nothing but annihilation for humanity
>God STILL loves us

"In the Gospel of John, Jesus makes a comparison between the raising up of the Son of Man and the act of the serpent being raised by Moses for the healing of the people. Jesus says "And just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of Man be lifted up". (John 3:14)"
>God creates problem
>God offers solution
>Christ is the ultimate solution to the ultimate problem (human)
Does God admit creating humans was a fricking mistake and He repented for this mistake with the ultimate sacrifice (Himself)?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Regretting only, mah bubul

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Regret is a feeling, but God actively acted through His sacrifice (Christ). Doesn't that mean that although humans were a mistake, God STILL loves us and He still made up for this mistake (creating us) by sacrificing Himself? That's how the mistake of creating humans was reset, and that's why we (this human life) is not real, only accepting Christ (the solution to the mistake of us) and finally joining back with God after leaving human existence behind.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Either God loves or us or love is the thing that makes a human lower all defenses.

        If an enemy wanted to invade our planet all it would have to do is convince us it loves us and we would willing let it murder us.

        No. We should be respect by NHI. Violence is an acceptable means to an end in this situation. Root them out.

        Earth belongs to Mankind.
        Psalms 115:16

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Love is the root of all things.
          Rage protects this love. Violence can have a place, but abhorrent behavior cannot.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >by sacrificing Himself?
        what sacrifice? an artificial or symbolic sacrifice is not a true sacrifice because nothing of great value was sacrificed

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          a sacrifice is not about the value it’s about what you are giving away

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >a sacrifice is not about the value it’s about what you are giving away
            but what you are giving away only has meaning because of the value of it

            For example, Jesus(God) sacrificing himself(human body) is not an actual true sacrifice because they were God before they had human form, God while having human form, and God after. The form of man going from non existence to existence to non existence does not make for a sacrifice because nothing was lost and the original was simply reassumed.

            You're taking it in the way that a comic reader would understand Kal-El(Superman) started as a super being, became human(Clark Kent), and then has to "surrender" his life and become Kal-El again to be a meaningful sacrifice because the prospects of being human were given up forever.

            The fact of the matter is that at any point God can become human again, God can regain what was lost and reverse it as if it never happened and rewrite it. God simply chooses not to. A sacrifice can not exist within a being such as God because the factor of omnipotence necessarily precludes true loss and surrender to Him.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Genesis 6:6
    The Lord regretted that he had made human beings on the earth, and his heart was deeply troubled.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    OP, surely you should have absolute hatred for the DEVIL instead of humanity?

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    find my absolute hatred for humans and wish nothing but annihilation for humanity
    This is baked into the system. Half of the "sacred texts" of Christianity is just gore threads. Then it goes into some nice teachings so pastors can pretend to be working for something benevolent, but it goes right back to the gore in the final chapters to remind you what sort of egregore they're really worshipping and what their endgame is (total death of anyone not in the cult, blood to the depth of a horse's bridle).

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I encourage everyone to check out evilbible.com and cross-reference the verses quoted with their own copy or biblegateway.com if you don't believe me. Christianity is a terrorist cult that destroyed the folk traditions of Europe and all the ways of knowing that previously existed in the New World. The genocide of the Palestinians is right out of Moses' playbook.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This Senior knows. The hypocrites of the celestial Catholic Apostolic Church Sect pretend that they follow the righteous path but really want to genocide all non-sect members.
      Their old monsters really want to devastate our qi and trap us into an eternal soul trap so they have a monopoly of the afterlive and use their egregore as a puppet to take over the heavenly realm.
      I once astral projected and met the old villain Yahweh and he demanded I kowtow to him 9 billion times or else he would reincarnate me as a legless vietnamese rice farmers daughter, have me sold into a brother for 19 years and then have me die and burn my soul for eternity.
      This daoist is very concerned.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I appreciated this post
        What xianxia are you reading at the moment, anon?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          This Senior started reading the demonic scripture known as reverend insanity however you just addressed me without paying respects.
          Destroy your cultivation and sever two of your limbs, and this seat will let it pass, junior.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The Bible points out the fallen nature of mankind. In no way does that equate to hatred and total annihilation. It makes it clear that God loves the righteous and the evil and that He is very patient with the evil in hopes that they may see the er in their ways and repent. But ultimately, you'll see what you want to see and hear what you want to hear.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >instead find hatred for humans
    How can you hate humans if you've never actually met any, just some larper who's perpetually full of shit...?

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Be "God"
    >make a bunch of laws that are nearly impossible to follow
    >gaslight mankind into breaking them
    >God digivolves into Satan for the ruler breakers to worship
    >Now God is worshiped by both the good and evil
    simple as

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    if he didn't love us then he wouldn't have sent his son to redeem us

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      If he loved us he wouldn't have set up a bunch of arbitrary rules up dooming the majority of humanity to eternal torture and set up the forbidden fruit conveniently in the middle of the garden.
      Part of me believes this whole thing about the fall of man and redemption through Christ is just a giant egotrip on a cosmic scale.
      >eww, humanity is so sinful and degenerate (nvmd I created their nature and put the tree in the garden) good thing I sent my son (who is also me?) to get crucified so humanity can be redeemed, I am such a great guy

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The only rules we are to follow are the 10 commandments. Explain to me how any of them are "arbitrary"? They all point to one thing, love God and love your neighbor as yourself.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I guess the Ten Commandments are alright (although extremely vague) and are basically the bare minimum of establishing any kind of peaceful coexistence and therefore primitive society.
          I was more or less talking about the autism regarding planting together different seeds or wearing clothes from mixed fabric or having to cut off the top of your penis to belong to the tribe.
          Couldn't comprehend why such a supreme and "enlightened" entity would even care about some bronze-age bipeds worshipping it.
          Your belief is extremely silly and if you don't already realize that by yourself I am afraid nobody can save you from the perverted depths of your own moronation.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            That's not autism, and that's Law specifically for the Israelites while the old covenant was still active. Those laws were made specifically to seperate Israel from any other nation, so that it was obvious that they were different from the others. You don't know what my belief is and for you to claim it's silly when you yourself don't even understand it leads me to believe that your opinion on these matters are worthless.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I don't even know how to respond. It seems like you Christians really do live in your own little world. It's actually pretty funny though how some of the more extreme nutcases in your cult do shit like self-flagellation for thinking his brother's wife is hot or shit like that.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I know you don't, because you don't understand the faith enough to justify your hatred with it. All you can do is argue things you have no understanding in.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >All you can do is argue things you have no understanding in.
            The projection here makes this all the more funnier.
            Although I guess "burning things you have no understanding in" would be a better way to summarize Christianity.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            To hold me responsible for the actions of another is prime example of small minded thinking. Especially in regards to a faith that makes it clear to call out all forms of evil, whether it be within the group or outside.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Well that would usually be true and correct me if I am wrong but aren't you literally supporting the guy who will end up burning 99% of humans who ever lived (most of them normal people that didn't know about Christianity)?
            Also, you are oddly defensive about not ever burning someone.
            Are you sure you never did that?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >(most of them normal people that didn't know about Christianity)?
            And please, stop arguing dishonestly. There have been people althroughout history since the very first Disciples and Apostles where sent to spread the Gospel throughout the world. Since then, and to this day there have been missionaries who have traveled all around the globe to spread the message of the Gospel. So you can't really argue that.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >So you can't really argue that.
            Yes, i can. Especially since Christianity existed only since about 2000 years and humanity existed millions of years prior to that.
            So that means that assuming fan fiction like the hallowing of hell isn't true that all non-israeli people (which only started in the iron age and wasn't even monotheist from the beginning) is doomed to eternal torture.
            Not to mention the people who for example lived in the Americas who never were given the opportunity to know about Christianity until 1492. Meaning everyone who died before that is doomed to eternal torture in hell.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            humanity only actualy existed 200,000 years thats wen aliens made us from the hominids on earth and their own dna mixed

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            That is true.
            Thank you for correcting me and informing me about our true origin.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            the bible basicaly tells the story if you look at it the right way comparing to sumerian tablets. god of the garden of eden is enki. we was lord of earth. and he is a pleidien alien

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Huh, so you are saying the Elohim "let us create man in OUR image" were actually extraterrestrial and they also nuked Sodom and Gomorrah after some citizens tried to rape some of their emissaries?
            Thanks for giving me some material for my ufo sex cult.
            If you are interested in joining we have our main headquarters in western Sicily.
            Only couples are allowed to join though!!

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            basicaly exactly

            here this nig explains it all

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            i think that was a dispute between the gods and ishtar or somethign similar

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            And arguing that would be the equivalent of me arguing that the buddhist who is known for lighting himself on fire was like an immature child acting out because he didn't get it his way. But I know that's not the case, because I know there's more to it. Whether I believe he was in the right or wrong to do that is beyond the fact that I know on a fundamental understanding why he did it. And I'm not going to mock him or insult his beliefs just because it's something I disagree with.

            Well that would usually be true and correct me if I am wrong but aren't you literally supporting the guy who will end up burning 99% of humans who ever lived (most of them normal people that didn't know about Christianity)?
            Also, you are oddly defensive about not ever burning someone.
            Are you sure you never did that?

            If you created all of man kind and established a set of rules, and majority of the people were ignoring those rules and making life on earth entirely miserable for others to live in, do you think it's justified or unjustified to punish them when they go against what is commonly good for all human beings on earth? You keep trying to paint God as evil yet you refuse to acknowledge the alternative and try to see things from the perspective of a Creator who has created life on earth, and this life has chosen to disobey your simple rules that would allow everyone to live in peace and harmony with eachother. And instead of punishing them, what would you suggest? How is it fair for these people to ruin everything, yet unfair for the same people to experience the consequences of their actions? Think.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Think
            Huh, now that I actually put some mind into it and think I realize how weird it is that God entirely localized his influence to the Levenant and completely ignored the rest of mankind thereby dooming countless innocents who never had the opportunity to even hear about him or his rules to eternal torture.
            >And I'm not going to mock him or insult his beliefs just because it's something I disagree with.
            But I am because I think it's stupid to light yourself on fire although it is better than to light other people on fire I guess.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            That's not an argument because Jesus established a new covenant which allows all to take part in. The old covenant is no longer standing. At that point of time when the old covenant was still standing, the concept of salvation and redemption didn't exist.

            >But I am
            I see, you're just a small minded idiot. Thanks for letting me know so I can end things here.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >you're just a small minded idiot
            You know it's really funny when a Christian calls me that.
            The kind of guy who fell for the ancient middle-eastern equivalent of Jim Jones.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        the rules that god set up were not arbitrary they were meant to uphold the justice and perfection of god's creation and only those who actively rejected god's gracious offer of salvation would face punishment the bible is a story of god desperately trying to save us from ourselves and as for the forbidden fruit being conveniently placed in the middle of the garden that was a test of humanity's obedience and faithfulness to god it was not god being egocentric but rather act of humility and love

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Dude, it was literally the tree of knowledge. Look into stuff like "fools of Christ" or Matthew 18:3.
          I get the feeling your god wants to keep you in an infantile state of mind where you unquestioningly follow his every word (or rather that of the religious authorities which he allegedly put in place).

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            no god love us no control the tree of knowledge is to let us makes choices and think for ourselves he warns us about choice and consequences but let us make anyway to let us have free will

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            But your deeds don't really matter because according to the infallible most holy bible every human is automatically tainted and doomed to hell because of original sin inherited from adam because he ate a fruit that gave him knowledge about morals and the only way to salvation is to worship a nazarene cult leader who screamed at some figs and lashed some money lenders and may or may not have had sexual relations to a prostitute that joined his cult.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            thats not what the bible even says it suggests that our deeds and choices DO matter which is why we have free will the story of adam and eve is not simply about them eating a fruit that gave them knowledge about morals it is about them disobeying the rules set by god and rebelling against his authority

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    proverbs 30:20 => eating = sex
    Adam & Eve fell due to "eating" => they becamem ortal due to orgasm.
    the serpent that beguiled them, is symbolic of lust.

    the serpent that goes down and out, is evil.
    the serpent taht is raied up the "staff" (spine) is good and heals.

    "overcome the serpent".

    if you keep your seed, your "cristos" (Christ) in you instead of wasting it by cooming, it will ascend up the 33 vertebrates of your spine, go into your "golgotha" (skull) and die there.
    the seed must die for the tree to grow.

    upon its ascend upwards, Christ pierces open the 7 seals. this is when your 7 chakras open up and you become energetically online, your body buzzes, you can guide this energy to your hands and do le "laying on hands" among a few other things.

    God told the archetypical humans -> YO, NO ORGASM.
    Immortal humans said frick that, we be fricking.
    They lost mortality.
    Now the way back to immortality is through accepting Christ - celibacy.

    This is what it means in the O.T. when it statees "God utters dark sayings of old".
    You know it better as "allegories, parables, likenings".
    There is only one theme in the whole bible.
    Its the problem of orgasm and the solution being celibacy.
    There is no marriage in heaven, remember that. No fricking, no orgasm no procreation.
    Immortals do not need that crutch.
    Mortality is due to sex. Death is overcome when the "serpent", that great old dragon, is killed.

    You are a complete FAILURE of a christian.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >"Be fruitful and multiply

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is all fine until you get to procreation.
      What, we aren't supposed to procreate? How could my soul have come to Earth and learn and ascent back as an immortal if a human did not cum into a female human, to give birth to me?

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    christianity is a mess(miss). sri vidya is the way

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    "without sin there's no salvation; without death there's no resurrection"

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Does God admit creating humans was a fricking mistake and He repented for this mistake with the ultimate sacrifice (Himself)?

    No, bible says Jesus took our punishment for us. We deserve a shameful, literally excruciating death for our sins, Jesus, as Divinity made Sinless Mortal, counted both as a valid sacrifice that could die and did not have its own sins to be indebted to and as a life worth more than all of humanity.

    Bible says God cannot make a mistake as he sees and knows all. Man's fall was not predestined as some claim, but through his vast intellect was accurately predicted with 100% certainty, which is why he had a plan ready immediately and immediately lays hints about the form it will take in his phrasing of the punishment of the serpent and his slaying of a lamb to create the first clothes for humanity instead of leaving them in their fig leaf garments or letting them create their own better replacements. Especially in that man begins raising sheep immediately but does not eat them until after the flood, they're raised purely for their pelts and as a sacrifice. And then God foreshadows it even harder by preferring those lamb sacrifices over produce sacrifices, even though the produce sacrifices are the result of man still tending the earth as he was ordered even despite suffering through the curse that makes earth no longer cooperative. From Cain's perspective of course he felt jilted, when his brother's job was literally just "keep the sheep alive," when sheep basically do that on their own anyways, other than the occasional predation or smooth brain moment.

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