Message from Outboarduniform in The Right Server #serious
modern Christianity is built on a Jewish foundation you can't separate the two
Is this really in <#486385308951379968> ?
you claim to follow Jesus's moral teachings and call Him divine but reject everything He said that disagrees with you
Jew shitposting doesn’t belong here
I defend the people that created the Church
“yOu aRe A jEw”
St. Paul, St. Peter, St. James brother of Christ, Virgin Mary, all the disciples
“Of course you will defend your blood”
They’re not Jewish
**Romans 11:1 - New King James Version (NKJV)**
Israel’s Rejection Not Total
<1> I say then, has God cast away His people? Certainly not! For I also am an Israelite, of the seed of Abraham, of the tribe of Benjamin. ```
you said they didn't call themself Jews
they were absorbed by the Southern Kingdom after the Northern one ceased to exist
Israel is the perfect ethnostate
25% arent even jews so not really
japan is probably the perfect ethnostate
(thought they are dying more than reproducing)
Vril just wants to find a reason to hate and discredit Jews more than he does now
Saw someone post this in Chat earlier but it had no responses, curious what y'all think about it https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/9/28/17914308/kavanaugh-ford-question-dodge-hearing-chart
You can skip their fluff and just read the transcripts
@Xenoframe It's the transcripts I'm more talking about, so the source shouldn't really matter unless they doctored it or some shit
Is saying "I dont remember" not dodging a question
@agag Saying the Paul's received tradition is revelation is indeed speculative but so is speculating that he got it from people. Both are possible. All we really know of Paul's source of knowledge is claimed revelation and secret messages in the scripture.
Believing in Jesus is indeed necessary for eternal life and I dont really see a problem with how it describes the eucharist. It's important what it doesnt mention. It doesnt mention the deity of Christ, worship of Christ, the incarnation, the crucifixion, or the trinity in other words it doesnt mention the most important doctrinal points of christianity.
Obviously here our knowledge is limited. Sadly we do not have the writings of sects that died off, we have what their opponents said about them. Early christianity was messy with loads of different sects and trends. Ebionites who were jewish Christians thought of Paul as a manifest heretic and apostate which is pretty interesting. They revered James the brother of jesus.
I think that's the main problem with arguing about early christianity. We are just left in the dark about so much of it. It comes down to faith then.
@John 313 It's a little bit speculative but significantly less so than saying it was revelation. It lines up perfectly with the fact that Paul visited St. Peter in Jerusalem and stayed with him. As well, note that the 1 Corinthians 15 creed specifically mentions Peter and James, but doesn't name any other Apostles. These are the same two, and the only two, Apostles that St. Paul met with while in Jerusalem.
That the Didache mentions the Eucharist is important. There is no Eucharist without the passion. And the Didache uses the same baptismal formula as the Gospel of Matthew; "And concerning baptism, baptize this way: Having first said all these things, baptize into the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."
What was its purpose
Are you trying to say democracy is more collective than fascism?
No im demonstrating a very prominent example of state interest being congruent with national interest being negative
Which seems to be the goal of the fascist conception of the state
Well it is and if you also deduced from Gentile that there can't be any divergency. So simply put the people who are not with the organic unit need to be cast aside.
It sounds horrible but frankly if there are people out there who want to shut me down or want to put this nation in danger, I want them out of here. Pack your crap and go!