Message from StrawberryArmada in Literature Club #general

2018-01-12 13:22:38 UTC  

What's a good book to start learning about the history and evolution of Christianity?

2018-01-12 13:23:08 UTC  

I’ve honestly just read the Bible a lot

2018-01-12 13:24:31 UTC  

Most of the passages that nationalists gripe with (like “there is no Jew or Greek”) are taken way out of context

2018-01-12 13:25:25 UTC  

The thing is poz has slipped into many factions of the church and are teaching those scriptures incorrectly in order to push their inclusive agendas

2018-01-12 13:25:34 UTC  

I've also read the Bible and am familiar with the beliefs, but I never got into the history of the religion. For example the split between Christianity and Catholicism, protestanism, etc

2018-01-12 13:25:46 UTC  

*and people are teaching*

2018-01-12 13:26:37 UTC  

The last time I went to church the pastor was wearing pink Levi 511s

2018-01-12 13:27:28 UTC  

Wow dude you missed out on the good stuff. Men in suits or khakis/dress pants and women in dresses. That was my childhood

2018-01-12 13:29:51 UTC  

My family used to dress up for church but I stopped going and when I went back for a Christmas service it was unrecognizable

2018-01-12 13:31:40 UTC  

Most mainline Protestant churches literally have officials on the Soros payroll.
As far as church history though, I’m not an authority. If you want to go back to the time of Jesus though, Josephus wrote a good book on that era. Just look up Josephus

2018-01-13 22:07:06 UTC  

I can probably gather some text for you on early christianity

2018-01-13 22:07:19 UTC  

I used to be a gnostic so I knew a few sources

2018-01-16 05:47:34 UTC  

Plagues & Peoples by William McNeill

2018-01-19 03:48:33 UTC  

Does anyone know where I can find an English translation?

2018-03-03 04:27:27 UTC

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2018-03-20 03:33:24 UTC

2018-03-20 03:35:33 UTC  

From *Rise and Kill First* by Ronen Bergman

2018-03-20 03:36:09 UTC  

"If you are an enemy of Israel, we will find you and Kill you, whever you are."

2018-03-20 03:38:57 UTC  

Its incredible how little of this is known publically. They run an enormous operation. Under Obama's entire presidency the US only assassinated about 400-500 people (Bush was only responsible for 50 or so assassinations during his entire 8 years), overwhelmingly in an attempt to cripple jihadi groups. In the same period of time Israel was responsible for well over a thousand killings, sometimes involving huge teams of operatives, and usually target state employees (they assassinated about half of the Iranians leading nuclear engineers and research scientists).

2018-03-20 03:39:55 UTC  


2018-03-20 03:42:07 UTC  

This is one of the few that they botched really badly. Involved about 30 guys, they stuck a Hamas leader with a paralyzing agent and managed to get out before anyone realized the guy was dead.

2018-03-20 03:42:36 UTC  

Completely blew their cover via failing to jam the nearby CCTV

2018-03-20 03:43:01 UTC  

Or do anything with it, it was all caught on video as a result

2018-03-20 03:44:29 UTC  

That's crazy man.

2018-03-20 03:57:01 UTC  

Holy hell.

2018-03-20 03:58:02 UTC  

That's insane

2018-03-24 19:17:13 UTC  

Proactive killing of SS by a Jewish terrorist cell composed mostly of Palestinian jews, but they had networks embedded within the US, UK, and and some other Intel apparatuses.

2018-03-24 19:19:13 UTC  

"They promised each German they would not be harmed if he cooperated, so most did. Then when they were no longer useful, Gmul agents shot them and dumped the bodies. There was no sense in leaving them alive to tip the British command to Gmul's clandestine mission."

2018-03-24 19:21:07 UTC  

"No one suspected me" [said Gichon, a Gmul agent and one of their primary assassins] "because my vocal cords were of Berlin stock."

2018-03-24 19:25:52 UTC  

What the hell does that mean? He had a little bit of bass in his voice?