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I am not asking you, I am telling you! Fantasy based

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Re: I am not asking you, I am telling you! Fantasy based

Postby iskander » Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:48 am

The catholic church did not make him a saint, it is true
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Re: I am not asking you, I am telling you! Fantasy based

Postby Gnostic Bishop » Mon Apr 17, 2017 12:02 pm

iskander wrote:The catholic church did not make him a saint, it is true


One less lie the church needs forgiving on.

Strange how a monotheist religions has so many idols to worship.

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Let My People Go

Postby iskander » Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:00 am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtLcELU1brA
Let My People Go - Paul Robeson

Let My People Go
The Lutheran reform was the true redeemer of Europe; a gift of the head gardener to the impoverished peasants of Europe. It was not a lamb without blemish because the head gardener is not choosy and it was not a perfect gift, Martin Luther, because the Head is only a gardener after all.

The people of Europe were made free from slavery; heaven ceased to be the private property of the Romans and hell was no longer the personal weapon of the torturer.

God escaped from the bottle where the Romans had incarcerated it and evolved from an enslaved genie to the giver of the gifts, for all that and more is what sola fide, sola scripture and more meant to Protestants.

I love Anne Boleyn; I thank the head gardener for such a woman, a woman equal to Aphrodite and Helen of Troy.
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Re: Let My People Go

Postby Gnostic Bishop » Tue Apr 18, 2017 7:26 am

iskander wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtLcELU1brA
Let My People Go - Paul Robeson

Let My People Go
The Lutheran reform was the true redeemer of Europe; a gift of the head gardener to the impoverished peasants of Europe. It was not a lamb without blemish because the head gardener is not choosy and it was not a perfect gift, Martin Luther, because the Head is only a gardener after all.

The people of Europe were made free from slavery; heaven ceased to be the private property of the Romans and hell was no longer the personal weapon of the torturer.

God escaped from the bottle where the Romans had incarcerated it and evolved from an enslaved genie to the giver of the gifts, for all that and more is what sola fide, sola scripture and more meant to Protestants.

I love Anne Boleyn; I thank the head gardener for such a woman, a woman equal to Aphrodite and Helen of Troy.


The full truth instead of forming another lying church would have been better for all.

People are not let go when they are just moved from one mental prison cell to another.

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The need for hope

Postby iskander » Tue Apr 18, 2017 8:29 am

The need for hope to move forward is never understood by the passive ones.

This hymn is often referred to as “the battle hymn” of the Reformation
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOm1_ta4rGI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XUYZoguhEQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E969xwHA91E
" This hymn is often referred to as “the battle hymn” of the Reformation. Many stories have been relayed about its use. Albert Bailey writes, “It was, as Heine said, the Marseillaise of the Reformation…It was sung in the streets…It was sung by poor Protestant emigres on their way to exile, and by martyrs at their death…Gustavus Adolphus ordered it sung by his army before the battle of Leipzig in 1631…Again it was the battle hymn of his army at Lutzen in 1632…"

ttp://www.hymnary.org/text/a_mighty_for ... _a_bulwark
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Re: I am not asking you, I am telling you! Fantasy based

Postby Gnostic Bishop » Tue Apr 18, 2017 8:37 am

Interesting. Thanks for this.

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Re: I am not asking you, I am telling you! Fantasy based

Postby iskander » Tue Apr 18, 2017 8:49 am

Gnostic Bishop wrote:Interesting. Thanks for this.

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Re: I am not asking you, I am telling you! Fantasy based

Postby iskander » Fri Apr 28, 2017 3:20 am

Gnostic Bishop wrote:
iskander wrote:Over here we would call them Protestants :D


Many, if not most Protestants are literalists and idol worshipers.

Most of the Eastern wisdom religions do not have Gods let alone idols.

They seek wisdom and not some God.

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They seek wisdom and not some God.


Where is the evidence for " they seek wisdom " in this thread?, Self in Theravada
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Re: I am not asking you, I am telling you! Fantasy based

Postby Gnostic Bishop » Fri Apr 28, 2017 5:55 am

iskander wrote:
Gnostic Bishop wrote:
iskander wrote:Over here we would call them Protestants :D


Many, if not most Protestants are literalists and idol worshipers.

Most of the Eastern wisdom religions do not have Gods let alone idols.

They seek wisdom and not some God.

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They seek wisdom and not some God.


Where is the evidence for " they seek wisdom " in this thread?, Self in Theravada


Most, if not all here, are either trying to teach, preach or learn.

If not seeking wisdom or trying to show theirs, why do you think people are engaging in discourse here?

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Re: I am not asking you, I am telling you! Fantasy based

Postby iskander » Fri Apr 28, 2017 6:58 am

Gnostic Bishop wrote:
iskander wrote:..
Where is the evidence for " they seek wisdom " in this thread?, Self in Theravada


Most, if not all here, are either trying to teach, preach or learn.

If not seeking wisdom or trying to show theirs, why do you think people are engaging in discourse here?

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What Theravada wisdom did you learn from the teaching of Ananda?
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