Message from Fox Tx in Southern Front #general


2017-06-03 18:11:49 UTC  

How do you explain whites and Jews biblically?

2017-06-03 18:11:58 UTC  

Serious question

2017-06-03 18:13:18 UTC  

Christ tries repeatedly to save the Jews. John, Matthew are the two Canon Gospels discussing that. In John 8 he snaps and damns them to Hell. After that, he focuses on Gentile preaching. The Canon Letters to the Churches focus on Gentile teaching

2017-06-03 18:13:37 UTC  

^

2017-06-03 18:13:45 UTC  

Nice

2017-06-03 18:14:06 UTC  

He literally says "you know me not, for you are not of my Father. You are of your father the Devil, the father of lies"

2017-06-03 18:14:25 UTC  

So there's the break

2017-06-03 18:14:46 UTC  

I think it starts at verse 40

2017-06-03 18:14:50 UTC  

What about the mark of Cain? Jews and whites don't have it

2017-06-03 18:16:13 UTC  

Right. MoC are blacks. It has to belong to a group that borders or closely borders Eden. It can't be Indió or Native Americans. Can't be Asians as they don't fit the description of the bearers of the Mark.

Has to be Whites, Jews, or Blacks.

Blacks are regarded by every other race as animals and statistically have the highest violent crime rates.

2017-06-03 18:16:44 UTC  

I'm following you

2017-06-03 18:16:48 UTC  

Arabs don't exist when the Mark is given out. They won't exist for a couple thousand years

2017-06-03 18:16:55 UTC  

Til the tribes split

2017-06-03 18:17:02 UTC  

Right before the tribes split*

2017-06-03 18:17:07 UTC  

I'm just anticipating his rebuttals

2017-06-03 18:17:35 UTC  

Copy. Hit me with em I'll try to re-rebut

2017-06-03 18:18:44 UTC  

So Jesus' damning and switch to gentile preaching shows that he was through with the Jews

2017-06-03 18:19:29 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/314228481804468235/320627566987968519/image.jpg

2017-06-03 18:19:35 UTC  

Scared my sister hehe

2017-06-03 18:20:13 UTC  

And are we to assume that the more universalist stuff like John 3:16, etc had the implication of not referring to anyone with the MoC?

2017-06-03 18:20:24 UTC  

@Tedium does he need evidence that Jews hate Christians

2017-06-03 18:20:32 UTC  

No

2017-06-03 18:20:39 UTC  

The problem with the Mark of Cain is that those with the Mark of Cain aren't supposed to be killed

2017-06-03 18:20:39 UTC  

K

2017-06-03 18:20:43 UTC  

“And Jehovah said unto him, Therefore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold. And Jehovah appointed a sign for Cain, lest any finding him should smite him.”
‭‭Genesis‬ ‭4:15‬ ‭ASV‬‬
http://bible.com/12/gen.4.15.asv

2017-06-03 18:21:13 UTC  

That applies only to Cain though, right?

2017-06-03 18:21:43 UTC  

Yeah

2017-06-03 18:21:47 UTC  

@Fox Tx it not Jews so much as other races

2017-06-03 18:21:55 UTC  

If that makes sense

2017-06-03 18:22:32 UTC  

@Tedium ham is the blacks ancestor I think

2017-06-03 18:22:44 UTC  

@Tedium it only applied to Cain

2017-06-03 18:22:57 UTC  

I don't know that the Bible says anything about Cain's descendants receiving a mark, though

2017-06-03 18:23:04 UTC  

Like, a lot of good non-white immigrants come here and do a lot of good and live the country, etc.

2017-06-03 18:23:22 UTC  

Love the country*

2017-06-03 18:24:00 UTC  

@Ronny TX cains descendants was blah

2017-06-03 18:24:05 UTC  

Noah *

2017-06-03 18:24:45 UTC  

He's in Houston and surrounded by immigrants and African christians

2017-06-03 18:25:09 UTC  

He can't imagine the gospel not applying to them

2017-06-03 18:25:54 UTC  

This is just new territory for me. I haven't read my bible in a while, especially from a redpilled standpoint

2017-06-03 18:26:24 UTC  

If I can get him biblically, I got him

2017-06-03 18:28:47 UTC  

I personally think the Gospel can apply to anyone who accepts Jesus as their Lord and becomes baptized; that being said, I don't think we have any obligation to let them live in our countries or anything of the sort. We can send missionaries to their countries, we don't need them here. Spiritually, all can be equal, but biologically, some are inferior