Should Believers Communicate in Newspeak?

I am not a conservative. I’ve been called that, and sometimes still am called that. But people who identify themselves as “conservative” are often part of the problem.

My last post angered such people–not really because of the message (most didn’t read the entire post, but condemned it out-of-hand anyway).

It’s safe to say they’re more upset with me than with the people and situations I wrote about.

Why?

Because I refused to call evil good and good evil. What’s important is not that the early stages of anti-Christian persecution is ramping up as you read this; what’s important is that we frame everything in the Newspeak terminology of the enemy.

Meanwhile, a little humor for the day. Whoever made this little postcard below should probably get an education and learn how to write in English instead of posting their prejudices about science and Christianity. If it’s for real.

 

Since I has no right to use science, me get of computer now.

Author: Elijah Dispatched

I never doubted the existence of God. I thank my parents for that. Even so, most of my life could be summed up as a shameful rebellion against Him. Still, even when living like a reprobate heathen, I still occasionally studied the Bible. I found it just as confusing and seemingly contradictory as most people, yet I could also discern there was power in it, and truth beyond my finite reckoning. After finally admitting to my Creator, "You are God and I am not," my study of the Bible became a bit more intensive. I have learned much, and will learn much more. I plan on sharing some of that here.

2 thoughts on “Should Believers Communicate in Newspeak?”

  1. You make the same mistake that is all apostate Christians make, by not knowing whom true Israel is and whom true Christ is? The Bible is about God’s people through the race of Adam, not the races of men. In short, Adam was the only created man, whom fell to the state of men that were already on the Earth and subject to death.

    The Bible scriptures in Hebrew and Greek and in antiquities prove without a doubt that Adman was God’s first white man with God’s Spirit incorporated within his soul. Satan was the “god” of the world before Adam, and had brought death here 1000’s maybe millions of years before Adams creation?

    Christ Jesus was never a modern day version of a jew, because of His words in John 8:44. If He was a “jew” “quote quote”, then His own words in verse 44 would have made Him a son of evil, which we know is impossible.

    Racial awareness is the only substance that faith is built on. All other faith is that of lies and half truths by men of sincere but wrong biblical beliefs. The very faith of Abraham was base on his belief that his seed ( ie race ) would be as the sands of the sea and the stars of the heavens.

    The intention of the Scripture is absolutely contrary to the universal idea that somehow many nations magically became Abraham’s seed. Abraham’s seed became many nations, this can be demonstrated in ancient history, and Paul of Tarsus understood that history. If one is not of those “racial” nations, one cannot be a Christian, because Abraham believed that the nations of the promise would come from his loins (ie, his seed).

    For that belief he was accredited by God. If one believes contrary to Abraham, then we certainly cannot expect that person to be accredited by God! Rather, if you are not one of Abraham’s seed, then you cannot share in the faith of Abraham, because Abraham did not believe in you!

    1. I’ve encountered your confused, tortured doctrines before. Behind all your gerrymandering of scripture lies the very simple motive that you want to believe the “true” descendants of Abraham are whoever YOUR ancestors happen to be.

      There is too much fallacy in your argument to address briefly, and it is doubtful you are capable of taking correction anyway; but I’ll grab some of the low-hanging fruit.

      First of all the distinction of “the race of Adam” from “the race of men” is silly on its face. “Adam” means “man.” The Bible teaches us that all MEN came from Adam (via his wife–Gen.3:20).

      “The Bible scriptures in Hebrew and Greek and in antiquities prove without a doubt that Adman was God’s first white man…”

      First of all, I’m not sure somebody who doesn’t understand what “Adam” means should be claiming to be an authority in Biblical languages. Now, by all means: if you can point to some place in the Bible that even mentions Adam’s skin color, feel free to share.

      “Satan was the “god” of the world before Adam…”

      No he became the god of this world (or god of this age) when Adam forfeited dominion (Genesis 1:28) over the Earth back in the garden.

      How ironic that you would reference John 8:44. Jesus’ words in that verse are a rebuke to the backhanded questioning of His lineage in verse 41, which you are also doing.

      Furthermore, this exchange took place over 2,000 years ago. You make the statement that Jesus was “never a modern day version of a jew” while assuming that His accusers in that same exact place and time WERE “modern day versions of Jews.”

      I’ve come across this convoluted reasoning before–that all the Jews living in Judah at that time were really mud people or demon spawn. Funny, because scripture makes it plain that Mary and Joseph were Jews, John the Baptist and his parents were Levites (“Jews” in our sloppy modern lexicon), and almost all the disciples were Jews (the first “Christians”).

      “Racial awareness is the only substance that faith is built on.”

      Wow. Sounds like something Louis Farrakhan might have written. The whole notion of a “pure race” is ignorant and inconsistent with what the Bible teaches. There is not now, nor has there ever been, an entire race or nationality of righteous people. Salvation is not genetic and if you missed that, you’ve missed the Gospel entirely. Every single nation has been tainted by sin, yet the Bible says people will be saved from every race, ethnicity, tribe, etc. Now there have been races like the Nephilim in which perhaps there was never one single righteous or redeemable individual. But there has been no demographic ever, anywhere, without corruption.

      “The intention of the Scripture is absolutely contrary to the universal idea that somehow many nations magically became Abraham’s seed.”

      With this statement you appear to be attempting to disqualify Romans 11 (written by Paul of Tarsus, BTW). Yes, Paul understood the history. You do not.

      Abraham was promised that the world would be blessed through His seed–and it has been, through the Word and the Messiah (both could be called “the Word” according to John 1). This white supremacist bunk you spout is just trying to put words into Abraham’s mouth.

      In John 4:22 Jesus said salvation is from the Jews, pointing out the fulfilment of the promise made to Abraham. Between the two of you, I am more inclined to believe Jesus.

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