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  1. Tim Buckner
    Tim Buckner says:

    I have heard an interesting take on God in the old testament. It seems from a hermetic stance that there were two Gods El and Jehovah. El was the compasionate God where Jehovah was a war like god. The king james version of the bible was edited by Ezra to replace all versions of El with Jehovah. Kinda makes sense to me due to the schizophrenic nature of God in the old testament. At times he is merciful and other times a 12 year old having a tantrum. This seems to be done to meld God into one thing taking out the duality and giving kings power. Just a thought.

  2. Nancy
    Nancy says:

    Check out Dr. Joe Dispenza…. Becoming Supernatural. Accessing the power within.
    Also, Gregg Braden’s work speaks to spiritualy.
    Lynn McTaggart the power of 8
    All speak to the power of thaught, intentions, prayer and meditation.

  3. Jon Pryce
    Jon Pryce says:

    Listening to people talk about the bible and Christianity who have the most bad faith arguments and no concept of exegesis or higher textual criticism is so incredibly cringe and smoothbrained. Also nobody in the faith is debating whether Bonhoeffer is good because he disagreed with nazism. What insane boomer shit is this

    • Spirkodamus
      Spirkodamus says:

      The only people I know of who are regularly offended by people who don’t share their beliefs simply stating so and why are Christians and Muslims.

  4. Andy
    Andy says:

    As a Christian I have eventually come to believe that actually following Jesus’ teachings (rather than the teachings of a church/denomination/religion) would lead one towards the Anarchist/Libertarian direction, rather than away from it. Some podcasts and websites I’ve found encouraging in that direction that you could pass on to your friend who said they couldn’t become an anarchist because they were a Christian:

    Libertarian Christian Institute (articles & podcast)
    AnarchoChristian (podcast & blog)
    Rival Nations (articles)
    GodArchy (podcast & blog)


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