My people perish for lack of knowledge
The world is getting ready for another Christian massacre. I just thought it would be good for people to know what Christianity is instead of calling it stupid, useless, etc. like people so often do on here.
I am not the one being arrogant, the haters of Christianity that regularly post here and feel comfortable insulting it are. It makes people comfortable with the fact that these white farmers are being killed.
White people are not being killed off because of racism, greed, or a propensity for mass murder. It is the Christian doctrines of law that are disliked and oppose the absolute rule desired by the people who run this planet. They may be Jews, Jesuits or another group entirely. Christianity stands opposed to unfettered power. It's the only religion that does so. Its the most persecuted religion, and the most hated one in the West and on this forum.
The hatred for Christianity is nothing more than a demonstration of the power of propaganda.
The bible is a law book, a framework from which to write laws according to the single commandment of the New Testament and the greatest of commandments.
Here are some Christian concepts explained:
1. Eating From The Tree Of Knowledge
Knowledge refers to knowledge of good and evil. Knowledge of good and evil is the knowledge of law. To eat from the tree of knowledge is to use the letter rather than the spirit of the law. Courts do this, jury's are supposed to be aware but courts are not required to educate jury’s and often instruct juries directly to judge from the letter rather than the spirit of the law. This is why the courts seem so corrupt.
2. Separation Of Powers
This is an idea that prevents conflicts of interest. The NT is a book of parables and it explains this as mixing water with wine. In this case mans laws and God's laws are mixed in lawful Holy matrimony. One of the disciples asks Christ about mixing water with wine at a wedding. The wine is the law of God, the water is the law of man. The law of man is necessary for commerce. Sometimes mixing these two is necessary such as in the case of marriage.
One cannot serve both God and Mammon, Mammon being the material world and man. In the case of holy matrimony this is necessary but does not create a conflict of interest.
In earlier times in Western societies, a young man, after graduating school, would have to decide as to whether to spend his life in the public or the private domain. The public domain offered rewards of spirit, doing the right thing. The private life, working in the private sector, offered material rewards. They were separate worlds and this system kept corruption at bay.
The necessity of meeting ones needs in the world means that we all mix water with wine some time and this is known as original sin.
3. The Holy Trinity
This doctrine is hated more than any and is completely misunderstood leading to silly debates about one thing being three things at once. This is a classic straw-man attack. The father, the son and the holy ghost is simply this: The father is the law giver, God. The son is reason and forgiveness, the holy ghost is conscience.
It is manifested in Christian societies in courts as the prosecutor, defense attorney and jury. Noahide courts in the new world order will not permit defense attorneys or juries. The idea must be erased from the public mind as all Christians must be beheaded under Noahide law.
Juries prevent the courts from eating from the tree of knowledge, sending an innocent man to jail on the letter of the law. Juries have jury nullification which permits them not only to consider guilt or innocence, but also if the law itself applies in the given trial. Both the law and the accused are on trial. Power is always being questioned and examined.
The three branches of government, legislative, judicial and executive also manifest the Trinity in structure as well as separation of powers in structure.
Ideas such as public-private partnerships undermine this structure. Legislation, particularly around vaccines, is bought and paid for. This is one example of mixing the public with private. Another one is war. Private corporations make enormous profit from war and therefor lobby for defense spending. Armies must be exercised.