Message from DCS in Nationalist Review ๐ŸŽ…๐Ÿป #god-talk

2018-08-15 00:16:37 UTC  


2018-08-15 03:31:53 UTC  

NKJV, NASB, ESV, never the message or NIV

2018-08-15 04:50:16 UTC  

anything but NIV or scofield

2018-08-16 16:15:33 UTC  

NIV is only second worst

2018-08-16 19:27:54 UTC  

Douy Rheims

2018-08-18 03:30:52 UTC  

I personally prefer ESV, but it's your call really

2018-08-18 03:31:34 UTC  

It's the easiest and safest

2018-08-18 03:32:25 UTC  

If your a master at Old English, then I'd suggest King James

2018-08-18 04:02:22 UTC  

@CharLovesPandas18 what do you think about NKJ?

2018-08-18 04:08:51 UTC  

That's alright too

2018-08-18 04:08:59 UTC  

Probably the most popular

2018-08-18 04:09:02 UTC  

I think

2018-08-21 03:51:43 UTC  

what is this?

2018-08-21 03:51:55 UTC  
2018-08-21 17:22:22 UTC  

The daily liturgy of the tridentine mass

2018-08-21 22:21:07 UTC  

KJV has a lot of infamous errors and omissions, but you can always cross reference whatever you want with something like

2018-08-28 20:51:14 UTC

2018-08-28 20:51:33 UTC  

Chad God replied to me

2018-08-29 11:49:42 UTC  

What is the wrong with the New International Version that makes it so bad compared to other versions?

2018-08-31 12:04:41 UTC  

hot take

2018-08-31 12:29:43 UTC  

Oy Vey

2018-08-31 16:43:18 UTC  

We jews now!?

2018-09-10 04:16:56 UTC  

idk about yall

2018-09-10 04:17:02 UTC  

but im not

2018-09-14 08:41:27 UTC  

so that means physical removal is allowed though right?

2018-09-17 11:39:06 UTC  

im converting to catholicism

2018-09-17 11:58:29 UTC  

From what

2018-09-17 14:06:33 UTC  

From being GAAAYYYYY

2018-09-17 23:22:28 UTC  

@ECorp for most parishes the RCIA deadline is Oct 1, you better get on it

2018-09-18 01:19:08 UTC  

what the hell is that @Matt w/ AFM

2018-09-18 01:56:38 UTC  

registration for christian initiation A word

2018-09-18 01:56:45 UTC  

idk man I'm not catholic I'm guessing

2018-09-18 01:56:49 UTC  
2018-09-18 02:05:09 UTC  


2018-09-18 02:05:25 UTC  

i might or might not convert to catholicism

2018-09-18 02:26:29 UTC  

>blessed plants with holy water
>they died
>am staying athiest

2018-09-18 02:52:17 UTC  

@Sam Southern - TN @ECorp Rites of Christian Initiation of Adults, required for unbaptized adults (called catechumens) and baptized adults (called candidates) who wish to convert to Roman Catholicism

2018-09-18 02:58:47 UTC  

Basically a series of rituals and ceremonies that culminate in the Sacraments of Initiation at the Easter Vigil

2018-09-18 03:34:29 UTC  

Sounds godly

2018-09-19 07:06:53 UTC  

RCIA for me was meeting with the faith counselor to discuss reading about the catechism, answering any of my questions, and a few rites before baptism and confirmation.
There were scheduled meetings but I regularly had college classes during them so I was a special snowflake.