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The Skythians Anonymous 04/21/2020 (Tue) 00:01:07 ID:cc8094 No. 811
https://mega.nz/folder/pLoESIJb#EKWvpr6Y9JSywa1L6ZH9iQ A guy wrote a 650 page schizo suicide note showing that the Isle of Skye is the actual location of all Biblical events, and the home of the blonde/redhead pyramid builders that visited most places in the globe during antiquity. I believe this is the secret of the 33rd degree Freemason and the Knights Templar that has been guarded with thousands of lives for thousands of years. They rewrote history. The Scotts are the "children of Israel" of the Bible and the "beni Israel" of the Quran. Edinburg is 33 degrees west in longitude from Giza. This is why we are so retarded as to go back time and time again to the "desert God" (CIA Fedpost TM) of the Abrahamic tradition. It is in our blood. It was no desert god. We made a covenant with the one true God Allah, and he chose us above all others. The publisher of the book is closed and the guy's website gutted. The book is no longer available on Amazon etc. I know some of you had been discussing the Rhineland hypothesis of Ashkenazim. He confirms it.
>>811 All the hate on Jews is retarded because we are actually the Sons of Israel. The people that these boards label as Jews are actually the Synagogue of Satan, plain and simple.
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>>812 >We Wuz has reached it's final form.
>>813 At least save it. It was pretty hard to get my hands on. Maybe your son will read it while you live in your bomb shelter in 20 years.
>>814 i agree man this book is enormously difficult to get a hold of. I think the issue is one has to have some grasp of egyptian mathematics, and maths in general to grasp what he is actually saying. The fact he supposedly got confirmation from Zahi Hawass probably gives it slightly more creedence, in the sense this guy is a massive gatekeeper. Also, correct me if i'm wrong, but some masonic groups had their hand in personally distributing this book, i'd say it would be in most lodges across the UK and Scotland.
>>811 WE Is that book the ultimate cope of a disillusioned christkike? >We made a covenant with the one true God Allah Ok, that's a refreshing spin :DD Scots are a very 'specific' nation since it's those regions that Aryans fled to after the exile, but it has nothing to do with Jews or the covenant which that bunch of mongrel desert bandits made with the devil in a moment of desperation. I'll take a look at the book anyway, it could contain some useful information. Late era Templars were definitively [ourguys], so were the ancient Masons (not the modern ones who are crypto-kikes and who serve the international jewry)
>We made a covenant with the one true god Allah xaxaxa, thanks anon I was feeling like shit and that sentance made me kek uncontrolably CI and white jihadism rolled into one, this keeps getting better. What's next? White Taoist priests?
>>815 Yes. Yes. Yes. I guess that he is a 33rd tier Freemason. He says multiple times in the document that the Freemasons are good goys. Uncle Adolf knew better. >>816 The author actually says that man crafted the Abrahamic religions in the 7th century because he is a schizo. Any Aryan man with a fifth of a brain who reads the Avesta, the Bhagavad Gita, the Torah, the Bible and the Quran with an ounce of contemplation and impartial approach will immediately see the writing on the wall. It's not my fault you're genuinely retarded. They're all from the same source and it isn't aliens. Some of them have been translated through 5 or more languages to get to you. That's why the Bhagavad Gita and the Quran will make you weep when you read them in their entirety. They're translated to English or whatever you retards can read directly from the Sanskit/Arabic.
>>812 >All the hate on Jews is retarded because we are actually the Sons of Israel. That Jews have taken for themselves pieces of the forgotten history of what is.ra.el was does certainly not make us Jews.
>>817 >White Taoist priests Actually this would certainly not be a bad path at all if one stick to the old and true Tao. >>818 >writing on the wall Which one? That they all are built from one common set of principles but have gone their own way? There's some of that and this is all. But you sound like you're into Vedanta.
>>820 I'm an orthodox sunni Muslim >Which writing on the wall? The conclusion that when Krishna said to Arjun that He "comes" to Earth to reinvigorate the true religion ever 1000 years or so, it wasn't a metaphor. He was an Aryan warrior on the Northern Steppes of India who was given by God the privilege (beni Israel) of seeing Him without the Hijab while alive, just as Mohammad (saw) said all of the inhabitants of God's kingdom will be privileged with once dead as a final gift for acing God's test. The molten river of metal of the Avesta is the same hellfire of the Bible and Quran. Just as Satan wrote into the Bible that Jesus was God, and not a man, he made the streetshitters believe that reincarnation happen. Satan has time on his side. I chose a long time ago to stick with the latest one that has never been edited save a mistake or two "by" Umar which Allah made happen, as he does all things (including allowing Satan's perversion of the other incarnations of the one true religion).
>>821 Have we reached peak Abrahamism? I know you are just some kike troll but you should try selling this spin to shitskins, I'm sure many would believe it.
>>811 I think the issue here, is to discard whatever religious dogma and esoteric kookery the author presents, and look at the facts of the hypothesis in question. That is, there is (ostensibly), a scientific, mathematical basis for the claims being presented. That is, it can be successfully substantiated under scientific scrutiny. I know Michael Tsarion is in much the same ballpark, insisting that the cradle of civilization, (Atlantis etc), was indeed around Ireland, where the pharoahes supposedly migrated down into Egypt.
>>822 It's just a new thoroughly supported hypothesis on the history of civilization. That's all. I can't prove any of the religious claims that I am making, and the author only really focuses on the historicity of the hypothesis. The rest is just feelings and conjecture from both him and me. I really don't think you understand how difficult it was to get it and the risk I'm taking by posting here. It's worth a read to say the least. Skip towards the end and just read the reexamination of Roman/Irish original documents if you don't care for gibberish on the pyramids.
>>816 Family left the catholic church before I was born.
okay more larping here courtesy of Michael Tsarion. The Skythians hypothesis is not just put forward by this book, other academics have discussed it, see - The Newgrange Kerbstone in County Meath, Ireland, is supposedly the Stone of Bethel, from the Old Testament. See exerpt from Vol 1 of "The Irish Origins of Civilization" "The Stone of Bethel - the famous stone mentioned in the Old Testament actually sits in front of the doorway of Newgrange tumulus in County Meath Ireland. The three spirals upon it (and also inside the cairn) are unique. Many stones of this type have been deliberately turned face-in as an attempt to disguise the sophistication of this Megalithic site that predates the pyramids. This is the stone upon which "Jacob" rested his head when he dreamed of the ladder reaching from heaven to earth. Jacob is the sun which "rests" its light and "sleeps" upon this stone during the solstice. Jacob, or Jack, is the sun. The nursery rhyme that reads "Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, Jack jump over the candlestick" refers to the sun passing over the celestial pole. The rhyme of "Jack and Jill" going "up the hill" is likewise a Astro-Theological device cryptically referring to the passage of the sun (Jack) and moon (Jill) through the northern zodiacal arch and their subsequent "Fall" into autumn and winter. England's "Union Jack" is really of "Jacob," cryptically referring to a Solar (or Atonist) Union.
>>821 Islam is heresy against Abraham and Sunni Islam is heresy against Islam.
>>828 Majority of Shia hadith are just fabrication with no chain of narration. They don't translate the hadith our of Arabic to Farsee because most people would be aghast at some or the statements of the Shia scholars. They barely are considered Muslims. The Quran said "and among you will come groups" and the word for group used was Shia. It says "among you will come Shia". >>826 Thanks. This is all new to me. God willing I have a long life ahead of me and plenty of time to fill and read a whole library on this. It's too bad that Alexandria was burnt to the ground.
>>826 Judas is the 12th tribe that betrayed the rest. The yahood (Khazarian Jews) are a subset of the beni/children of Israel (Europeans). Brother is the Bible a metaphor for the future on top of a history of Jesus's life.
>>824 Oh, I will certainly take a look at it when I find time and energy, it might contain some interesting information that might support some of my own hypotheses. >>826 >The Irish Origins of Civilization All this WE WUZ'ing where every nation tries to make a claim to Aryan heritage as solely theirs is D&C devised by the kikes. There was no "Irish" back then, just various Celtic tribes. Countless ones spanning a very large geographical area. And referencing OT (a book written exclusively by the Jews for the Jews, yes the same ones as today) is just plainly wrong. The idea of (((12 tribes))) is exclusively semitic and has nothing to do with origins or history of the white race and it's nations. It just gets exploited because christkikes (and to a lesser extent other Abrahamists) need some cope as they cannot resolve the cognitive dissonance between their old beliefs (brain-polluting) and newfound knowledge. You will never free yourself until you reject the Jewish mindset absolutely and in entirety. And yes, that includes Atonism and monism/monotheism in general. Not that the inner circle of Jewry believes in it anyway, but as long as you do, they maintain an advantage over you. >>830 >The yahood (Khazarian Jews) are a subset of the beni/children of Israel (Europeans) And this is the goal of most such (((theories))), to lead whites to accept kikes, and the worst breed of them nonetheless as their own. It would be much more difficult for the Sephardi or Mizrahi Jews to act as "fellow whites" which makes them less dangerous. Their role is to act as "fellow Arabs" or "fellow Meds" as the Jew is an anti-race, it just adapts to mimic whatever its current host is.
>>831 Your hypothesis is going to have to explain why pre-Chinese, pre-Incan, and Giza civilizations from at least 3000-5000+(probably 11800 when the meteor struck Greenland) years ago all had Mummies with red hair. The Song of Solomon and the Song of Songs described "ivory body" and "fair complexion like the moon" respectively. I think you will find this manifesto extremely compelling.
>>831 Jesus didn't "accept" Judas. And the hadith of the Prophet Mohammad doesn't say that the rocks and trees will call out to believers saying "come and slay this son of Israel". The hadith says that at the end of times the rocks and trees will call out to the believers saying "come and slay this Jude that is hiding behind me."
>>823 > I know Michael Tsarion is in much the same ballpark, insisting that the cradle of civilization, (Atlantis etc), was indeed around Ireland, where the pharoahes supposedly migrated down into Egypt. I heard that they actually went from Egypt into Ireland for some of the elite's people. Then Ireland remained a high place of esoteric stuff. Atlantis is definitely located closer to NW Africa than to Ireland. From the Eye of the Sahara to the ruins beyond the shores of Morocco, then crossing over to America, at a time when sea levels were much lower worldwide. Gigarock blasted icecubeland and flooooooooooooooooooooood. >>826 >Many stones of this type have been deliberately turned face-in as an attempt to disguise the sophistication of this Megalithic site that predates the pyramids. <-3500 BC for the puhramuds chap, again? >>830 >The yahood (Khazarian Jews) are a subset of the beni/children of Israel (Europeans). LEL no. They may be very white, even looking northerny white if you don't pay attention, but fuck hell they ain't white at all inside. >>831 >referencing OT (a book written exclusively by the Jews for the Jews, yes the same ones as today) Not exactly. They have obviously borrowed a shit lot from )))elsewhere((( before mixing it to their crap, like the Book of Esther. >The idea of (((12 tribes))) is exclusively semitic Actually it can be 12 [anything] and is not exclusively semitic at all. Such is the issue with the OT, it is clearly taken from older sources, some of which the Hebrews might have not understood at all (see the Tabernacle/Ark of the Covenant), others are mixed in with false tales or mistakes, and the ten things Egypt had to deal with were likely nothing due to Nosey but some big environmental catastrophe caused by a massive volcano eruption that happens to explain every one of those ten "punishments". >>833 What kind of Islam are you following exactly? Are are the texts you accept (canon)?
>>834 the whole thing is pretty complex and requires a significant amount of reading.. If u want PDF's of both of Michael Tsarions "Irish Origins", series, let me know & i'll post a mega link in this thread..
>>835 I'm more interested in your fine brand of expanded Islam really. What sources do you use?
>>834 >Atlantis is definitely located closer to NW Africa than to Ireland Best theory for the location of Atlantis I've found thus far: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqLefYX86xI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmgaHSTzCKY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNbO0TUkCrk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrapyxeUnRw
Michael Tsarion "irish origins", pdf vol 1 &2.
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>>836 Only orthodox sunni Islamic scholars and associated hadith from before the Saudi Kingdom was created. >>837 The implications is that the reason we are as exceptional a people as we are is because God chose us over all others. I urge anyone who comes to this cursed board to read the Quran as a Scot, as a German, as a Norseman, and realize that when the God says > O Children of Israel, remember My favor which I have bestowed upon you and fulfill My covenant [upon you] that I will fulfill your covenant [from Me], and be afraid of [only] Me. God didn't say Jews (yahood). He said Beni Israel, children of Israel. He is talking specifically to you, the descendants of this global ancient kingdom centered in Ireland that was given the Prophets after Moses, and the esoteric knowledge of kabbalah and gematria inherent in the universe that Aleister Crowley and Albert Pike perverted into Satanic worship. Know that when you die, you will commune with God, and there will be no intercessor or barrier. Know that there is nothing and no one worthy of worship except the God who privileged us with our knack for civilization and beauty some thousands and thousands of years ago. Know that the great Jewish scholars of Germany before the year 1000 (before they all practiced blood libel) living in the Rhineland journeyed to Scotland when they visited Jerusalem. Read the 17th chapter of the Quran which says we will be quelled by God's servants for the evil that we do. >Exalted is He who took His Servant by night from al-Masjid al-haram to al-Masjid al- Aqsa, whose surroundings We have blessed, to show him of Our signs. Indeed, He is the Hearing, the Seeing. >And We gave Moses the Scripture and made it a guidance for the Children of Israel that you not take other than Me as Disposer of affairs, >O descendants of those We carried [in the ship] with Noah. Indeed, he was a grateful servant. >And We conveyed to the Children of Israel in the Scripture that, "You will surely cause corruption on the earth twice, and you will surely reach [a degree of] great haughtiness. >"When the first time comes to pass, we will send against you servants of ours who possess great might, and they will invade your homes. This is a prophecy that must come to pass." >Afterwards, we will give you a turn over them, and will supply you with a lot of wealth and children; we will give you the upper hand. >If you work righteousness, you work righteousness for your own good, but if you commit evil you do so to your own detriment. Thus, when the second time comes to pass, they will defeat you and enter the mosque (masjid), just as they did the first time. They will wipe out all the gains you had accomplished. >Your Lord showers you with His mercy. But if you revert to transgression, we will counter with retribution. We have designated Jahannam as a final abode for the disbelievers.
>>841 I've read the Quran. It seems to me that one of the big issues with this book, is the various verses are directed specifically to the tribe of Muslims at that specific time, aka 1500 years ago. They don't apply to any time ahead of when they were relayed to Mohammed. And the other verses intertwined (with the direct tribal messages), are broad universal instructions that apply to any and all people at any time into the future, preceding the judgment, also into the past during the time of Moses & the various prophets etc. There is a constant overlap throughout the book. It goes back and forth citing examples of people who perverted God's message, (aka the Jews), and the judgment awaiting them, plus a warning for any and all people in the future to worship God alone. There is also a single verse in it that says if the Arabs didn't recieve a prophet, they would be all condemned to hell, therefore God raised one among themselves, to make a clear distinction between Jews and Christians. the entire thing is a warning against idol worship, aka worshiping anything other than God, as equal to God. Thats why it says Jesus is only a prophet, not the Son of God. Christians were worshipping Jesus as God at the time, and this is idoltary and paganism. It also says the Jews that received the initial blessing from God, basically they rejected God completely and told him to go fuck himself, and the majority of them are going to hell. Even in the existing Bible and new testament it says only a remnant of actual Jews will be saved, and the rest will be destroyed. Anyone who believes that the messages to Mohammed to direct his personal actions at that time, applies to anyone today, is completely fucked in the head. If you can dissociate the chronological overlap of the various messages, the entire thing makes a whole lot more sense. It seems to me, the Arab muslims we see today, are completely primitive and deluded in their interpretation of these texts. Anyone with common sense can make pretty clear distinctions of the overall theme of the book.
>>842 God doesn't condemn anyone to hell in the Quran except Abu Jahil. God doesn't judge a human based on his sins, but rather his repentance.
>>842 >It's only platitudes and specific instructions to the Arabs. That's why they recorded everything he said. For example, he said that >"The end of times won't come until Sodomites begin to become fed up with just commiting filth, and start to marry each other. One will dress up and adorn themselves for the other like a wife does for her husband."
>>834 I studied Tai chi with a Taoist master who was born in China. During an after dinner discussion he was asked about where the soul goes after death. He told us that Taoist and Buddhist masters for thousands of years project their Chi (Vril) to a portal that is above Ireland to escape this plane of existence. At the time I thought that that didn't make any sense, until now.
>>844 where's the lie? if you separate the primitive cult that is modern islam, with the actual context of the words in the Quran, removing all of the information relating to that specific era, its more or less another chapter of the old testament.
>>812 That's probably the most retarded thing I have ever read on any /pol/ congrats.
>>846 It doesn't real like the old testament. You've obviously never picked it up.
>>848 i realize that, it reads like one person talking to another. it says that it was designed to be written in arabic and simple to understand, as plain as possible. I'm in no way advocating for the book, you just have to see how Muslim civilization has evolved to see what a shitshow it actually is, but a bit of context goes a long way.
>>849 I wouldn't judge the book by its people today. The traditions are lost. The Ottomans gave Ireland a huge sum of grain and wealth during the great famine. Today, the great grandsons of those men would gladly rape any Gaelic woman in a heartbeat. On all accounts, Christian and Islamic, we live on the precipice of the prophecized end times. Every esoteric minor sign in Islam has been observed, from people interacting with inanimate objects, to women working like men, to children acting tyrannical over their own parents, to homosexuals "marrying". I ask that God forgives you for worshipping a man or God forbid being a pagan retard (the greatest sin), and brings you all back to worship of Him alone. Even if you hold on the Christianity, that is better than nothing. Know that Jesus says our Lord is "ahad" which is both Aramaic and Arabic for "singular".
loosely related but worth watching full length https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2BaPfwgCys
>>841 It is known that Is Ra El is stolen by Hebrews, alongside many other materials, all cobbled in the still not so good Old Testament, which was used as the backbone for three Abrahamic religions. Islam though comes its problems and the sentence you quote puts a sure emphasis on submission, like throughout the whole Quran. It would be dishonest to deny that this book, although created as an attempt to correct Christianity, was also massively tuned to fit with sandnigger mentality. I agree that the usual knee-jerk reaction of many people who stand against those scriptures is over the top and limiting, as it would need to be toned down for them to see what all these books, plus the non-Abrahamic ones, do have in common. Islam simply is not an acceptable religion for Whites and must be rejected, but one can remain curious and read through some of the Quran's content and see where its authors came from, specifically by doing the comparative work you spoke of earlier on. I'm pretty sure I am not going to weep reading the Quran. Never have, never will. Nor reading the Bible. You, too, need to tone down the (((shilling))).
>>842 >There is also a single verse in it that says if the Arabs didn't recieve a prophet, they would be all condemned to hell, therefore God raised one among themselves If their prophet had a red beard, then he was certainly an Arab and therefore not one of them. > the entire thing is a warning against idol worship, aka worshiping anything other than God, as equal to God. With no pun, they come close to idol worship when swirling around the Ka'bah and its black stone relic which they kiss, encased in a suggestive notch in one of the corners. They bow to it too. Surely it's not "God" but they don't take those precautions when attacking kuffirs' beliefs. >>843 >God doesn't condemn anyone to hell in the Quran except Abu Jahil. You're nitpicking. If not Allah himself, intermediaries and a whole swathe of rules make sure to identify a great many people slated for hellish torment. >God doesn't judge a human based on his sins, but rather his repentance. But then against what repentance is weighed, if not sins or heavy crimes? >>849 >i realize that, it reads like one person talking to another. it says that it was designed to be written in arabic and simple to understand, as plain as possible. Which is then a superb failure because of several words which "cannot be understood but by Allah (praise something something)". >>850 It's nice but no thanks. Allah was is above all a title for the same desert god that we find deeply annoying. It just gained some moon-like attributes because of some further synthesis and that's it. Had, at least, the Qu'ran said that White People must stand above all and return to their proper level of enlightenment and, this time come, sandniggers behave and bow, then we'd have something worth dealing with.
>>843 >God doesn't judge a human based on his sins, but rather his repentance (towards himself) That means a good or bad person will have no distinction as long they repent to God. >>853 >But then against what repentance is weighed, if not sins or heavy crimes? "Repentance" in Christianity at least is weighed as fake worship for fear of punishment. No matter if you are a sinner or not. Because real repentance against a sin would only be honest against the sin alone and not because God commands you to. If you tell a dog he can't bite hes not repenting from it, he is just obeying as you tell him to because he expect to get a reward afterward instead of punishment. But what about good intentional people that avoid sin without any repenting or worshiping to God but because of their own conscious and morale or even love for one another. God will still send them to hell while the evil sinner repenting to him will get paradise. This is how it works on Christianity.
>>854 >just murder people and repent Repentance doesn't mean saying sorry.
>>850 >>853 >If their prophet had a red beard, then he was certainly NOT an Arab and therefore not one of them. Correction. >>855 >Repentance doesn't mean saying sorry. In Christianity it seems fairly easy though and appears to be granted even on one's death bed if asked nicely. Christians would tell you that you have to mean it and if you don't, then you're lying and there is nothing a priest can do for you even if it appeared he gave you absolution. Maybe in Islam there is a long list of chores to go through to obtain this repentance but all I know of is the importance of sincerity too. That in itself is purely subjective and only between man and God. In other words, you must feel bad about a given sin. This does not mean you should escape the law of men which itself is not a tool working on the soul but on one's physical existence.
>>855 No. Repent means being truly sorry. And in religion is to God instead of the victim but not because of worship but out of fear. Real repentance would require you to repent before the sin even happen. How? Like in an accident, sinning without the intention to sin, not because God didn't want you to. Because you didn't want to. Because you chose to be a good person, not because the master of your religion did it for you. This is what makes us humans and separates us from trained dogs
>>857 In Islamic tradition (sunni) there is a narration of the Prophet (saw): >Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: Prophet of Allah (sallallahu alayhi wassallam) said: >“There was a man from among a nation before you who killed ninety-nine people and then made an inquiry about the most learned person on the earth. He was directed to a monk. He came to him and told him that he had killed ninety-nine people and asked him if there was any chance for his repentance to be accepted. He replied in the negative and the man killed him also completing one hundred. >He then asked about the most learned man in the earth. He was directed to a scholar. He told him that he had killed one hundred people and asked him if there was any chance for his repentance to be accepted. He replied in the affirmative and asked, `Who stands between you and repentance? Go to such and such land; there (you will find) people devoted to prayer and worship of Allah, join them in worship, and do not come back to your land because it is an evil place.’ >So he went away and hardly had he covered half the distance when death overtook him; and there was a dispute between the angels of mercy and the angels of torment. The angels of mercy pleaded, ‘This man has come with a repenting heart to Allah,’ and the angels of punishment argued, ‘He never did a virtuous deed in his life.’ Then there appeared another angel in the form of a human being and the contending angels agreed to make him arbiter between them. He said, `Measure the distance between the two lands. He will be considered belonging to the land to which he is nearer.’ They measured and found him closer to the land (land of piety) where he intended to go, and so the angels of mercy collected his soul”. [Al Bukhari and Muslim]
>>858 >In another version: "He was found to be nearer to the locality of the pious by a cubit and was thus included among them". Another version says: "Allah commanded (the land which he wanted to leave) to move away and commanded the other land (his destination) to draw nearer and then He said: "Now measure the distance between them.' It was found that he was nearer to his goal by a hand's span and was thus forgiven". It is also narrated that he drew closer by a slight movement on his chest.
>>858 >>859 Imagine the size of the ruler. Must have used Gog'El Earth.
>>858 Old scriptures usually don't give enough details. Like why he did it. Was it to help or steal from others. None of this matters. All it matters is that he was lucky to die closer to the land of piety to have his soul saved while his victims, innocent or not, got killed in the evil place and probably went to hell Translating this to Christianity >The Sinner kills and harms the Innocent >The Sinner asks for forgiveness to the Innocent >The Sinner gets forgiveness from the Innocent >The Sinner kills and harms again the Innocent >The Innocent stops forgiving the Sinner >The Sinner turns to God and asks for forgiveness >God forgives the Sinner but the Innocent never forgives the Sinner >God saves the Sinner and turns against the Innocent for stopping forgiving >Luke 17:3 So watch yourselves. “If your brother or sister sins against you, rebuke them; and if they repent, forgive them. Even if they sin against you seven times in a day and seven times come back to you saying ‘I repent,’ you must forgive them.” >Matthew 6:14 For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins. >Mark 11:25 And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive them, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins.” Christianity says you have to forgive those who sin against you, no matter how bad or how repeatedly, otherwise you will be the one getting punished instead, for a second time
>>861 >>862 In fact in Islam, everyone is already Muslim but there are those who are blind and refuse and do not recognize God. They must be punished.
>>863 >Christianity says you have to forgive those who sin against you, no matter how bad or how repeatedly, otherwise you will be the one getting punished instead, for a second time IOW, be a cuck, forget about righting a wrong, vengeance be damned, no point in justice, accept abuse, etc. The caveat being that "you" always have sins that the Father can hold against you. So since you're not above sinning yourself, you're not qualified to be exempt of forgiving other people who sinned against you. It's a practical good trick because this religion states that we are all sinners so basically we must all put up and always forgive. The insanity of it!
>>882 >It's a practical good trick because this religion states that we are all sinners so basically we must all put up and always forgive. The insanity of it! This religion worships a god that can't tell the difference of the sin from a child lying to his parent to an adult committing a rape. A sin it's a sin and that's it. Everyone is a sinner and must repent to him. What better way to convince the highest number of people to join a religion

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