Giving up on Christians

Nov 2013
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I tried to find some evidence of morality in Christians (non-Anabaptist) and I failed to find any. As far as I can tell, non-Anabaptist Christians are pure evil.

I visited 2 traditional Catholic churches with my wife (who was Catholic). They were both horrible, and my wife even walked out of the second one. Catholicism is a dead religion.

I posted to 2 Orthodox Christian forums asking of anyone would ally with Islam against evil modern culture. After insulting me, one banned me and the other removed my post. These Orthodox Christians were all scum siding with evil.

Where I live there are 2 Orthodox churches. Both are so corrupt that both have had their money stolen by their own church council. In the church I used to go to, it got so bad that the priest tried to sell the church without the membership knowing, planning to make off with the money. So based on where I live, it seems that Orthodox Christianity is incredibly corrupt. I couldn't imagine anything like this happening at my mosque.

I went to a meetup, a men's Bible reading meeting. No one showed up, not even the organizer. What a bunch of degenerates.

Based on my personal experience, I conclude that almost all non-Anabaptist Christians are scum and that the Christian religion has become evil. Decent people should support Islam.
 
Dec 2018
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I tried to find some evidence of morality in Christians (non-Anabaptist) and I failed to find any. As far as I can tell, non-Anabaptist Christians are pure evil.

I visited 2 traditional Catholic churches with my wife (who was Catholic). They were both horrible, and my wife even walked out of the second one. Catholicism is a dead religion.

I posted to 2 Orthodox Christian forums asking of anyone would ally with Islam against evil modern culture. After insulting me, one banned me and the other removed my post. These Orthodox Christians were all scum siding with evil.

Where I live there are 2 Orthodox churches. Both are so corrupt that both have had their money stolen by their own church council. In the church I used to go to, it got so bad that the priest tried to sell the church without the membership knowing, planning to make off with the money. So based on where I live, it seems that Orthodox Christianity is incredibly corrupt. I couldn't imagine anything like this happening at my mosque.

I went to a meetup, a men's Bible reading meeting. No one showed up, not even the organizer. What a bunch of degenerates.

Based on my personal experience, I conclude that almost all non-Anabaptist Christians are scum and that the Christian religion has become evil. Decent people should support Islam.
You sound like a joy at dinner parties
 
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Dec 2016
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Religions are evolving and changing institutions that have little to do with original texts that supposedly guide them. The problem with most of Christianity is not that it is too liberal...however that's defined, it's that it allowed itself to become co-opted by the Roman Empire early on during its formation and if anything, the splintering off Protestant sects became enmeshed with mercantilist values of their leading members, and turned into the hubs of European values....which included having some 'God-given' right to set forth and conquer and exploit the darker, non-Christian areas of the world. 20th Century American Evangelical Christianity has done what was inevitable: flip the script entirely and declare "greed is good" and God blesses the rich and demands the poor work harder or go hungry!
 
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Religions are evolving and changing institutions that have little to do with original texts that supposedly guide them. The problem with most of Christianity is not that it is too liberal...however that's defined, it's that it allowed itself to become co-opted by the Roman Empire early on during its formation and if anything, the splintering off Protestant sects became enmeshed with mercantilist values of their leading members, and turned into the hubs of European values....which included having some 'God-given' right to set forth and conquer and exploit the darker, non-Christian areas of the world. 20th Century American Evangelical Christianity has done what was inevitable: flip the script entirely and declare "greed is good" and God blesses the rich and demands the poor work harder or go hungry!
Prophecy from the Onion of about 25 years ago.


VATICAN CITY--In a historic reversal of its nearly 2,000-year-old pro-meek stance, the Catholic Church announced Tuesday that it is permanently rescinding the traditional "blessed" status of the world's meek.

"Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ once said, 'Blessed are the meek,'" said Pope John Paul II in a papal bull read before the College of Cardinals. "However, there has always been a tacit understanding between the Church and the meek that this 'blessed' status was conditional upon their inheritance of the earth, an event which seems unlikely to happen anytime in the foreseeable future. Our relationship, therefore, must be terminated.

"Screw the meek," the pope added.

Citing "two millennia of inaction and non-achievement" by the world's impoverished and downtrodden, the pope contended that the meek's historic inability to improve their worldly status constituted "bad faith" on their part.

"Twenty centuries should have been more than enough time for them to inherit the earth," the Supreme Pontiff said. "For years, the Catholic Church has made every effort to help them, but at some point, enough is enough. We are patient, but we are not saints."

Catholic leaders around the world were vocal in their support of the pope.

"The meek have abused their blessed status for far too long now," said Bernard Law, Archbishop of Boston.

"From the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution to the current Global Information Age, the meek have always somehow managed to sit back and do nothing while others worked hard to make advances and improve their lives. They have collected the Catholic Church's spiritual welfare checks for long enough."

"Everything about the meek, from their simple garments to their quiet demeanors to their utter lack of can-do spirit, goes against Church philosophy," Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte of Montréal said. "Sitting back and expecting the Lord to provide is not the type of behavior for which the Church should be rewarding its followers."

The change in policy toward the meek is also rooted in financial considerations:

According to Vatican statistics, though more than 80 percent of the world's Catholics live below the poverty line, the Catholic Church receives less than 2 percent of its annual earnings of $395 billion from such people.

"The meek's blessed status was originally bestowed upon them by Jesus Christ Himself, but there is enough latitude in His gospels and teachings to allow us discretion in this manner," the pope said, "especially in light of the financial goals of the Church as it enters the 21st century. From this day forward, the Church position shall be, 'Blessed are the affluent, for they have indeed inherited the Earth.'"

In an effort to move away from its traditional meek core demographic and attract more upscale worshipers, Vatican officials announced a number of changes for the Gospels.

Among them: Christ shall be said to have been born in a rustic-but-spacious birthing suite and not a manger, with the amount of gold and frankincense bestowed upon Him by the wise men quadrupled and the amount of myrrh halved; it shall henceforth be as easy for a rich man to enter Heaven as it is for a camel to pass through a heated three-car garage; and the episode between Christ and the moneylenders in the temple shall from now on be interpreted as an internecine argument over appropriately aggressive fundraising tactics.

According to Holy See spokesperson Salvatore Vittorio, a new Catholic Church payment plan has been established, with blessedness and God's everlasting love free of charge once a nominal baptism/membership fee has been paid. For an additional fee, Catholics can become "Gold Circle" members of the Church, entitling them to such perks as forgiveness, sainthood and special priority seating at the right hand of the Father upon death.

"We do not wish the Church to become completely exclusionary,' Vittorio said. "If any of the former meek wish to change their ways, they may certainly do so. But it won't be the free ride they got before, I can promise you that."

"The Lord will provide, of course," the pope said. "But He also helps those who help themselves, if you know what I mean."
 
Dec 2018
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The Muslims organize nice dinner parties at my mosque and I get along with people there just fine.
Word of advice. If you're end goal is to promote what you believe, tearing down what other people believe is not an effective strategy. In other words if I think vanilla ice cream is great, I'm not going to try and convince you by talking about how shitting chocolate ice cream is.

What do you believe and why do you believe it?
 
Nov 2013
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El Paso, TX
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Word of advice. If you're end goal is to promote what you believe, tearing down what other people believe is not an effective strategy. In other words if I think vanilla ice cream is great, I'm not going to try and convince you by talking about how shitting chocolate ice cream is.

What do you believe and why do you believe it?
I promote what I believe to people who have a chance of understanding it. When I recognize that a group of people are hopeless, then it makes sense to simply classify them as the enemy and avoid them.

I believe in goodness and morality, which is basically the opposite of modern Western culture. I wrote about this here:

Undepraved - An Alliance Against Evil

Note that I will remove all mention of non-Anabaptist Christians from this website this weekend.
 
Dec 2018
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I promote what I believe to people who have a chance of understanding it. When I recognize that a group of people are hopeless, then it makes sense to simply classify them as the enemy and avoid them.
1. How do you determine if a person is hopeless?
2. Is it really your position that people who disagree with you should be classified as an enemy and should be avoided?
 

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