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Monday, January 04, 2016

Repentance

Even those of whom we think the worst can repent. And when they do, it is our responsibility to accept their repentance and forgive them.
“Asking for forgiveness is certainly not an easy thing to do,” said Giromini in a YouTube video entitled “I ask Christians for forgiveness for feminist protest.” “We went way too far and ended up offending many religious and non-religious people,” she added, recognizing the stunt as a form of “blasphemy.” She adds that she is making progress in her own spiritual life, although the exact nature of her current beliefs remains unclear.

Although she left Femen in 2013 after denouncing it as a “business,” she had continued her bare-chested protests as the leader of a new feminist group comprised of both men and women, called “Bastardxs,” (allowing for both the masculine and feminine forms of the word “Bastards” in Portuguese).  She has now made it clear that she regards herself as having no affiliation with feminism at all, repudiating the movement as a religious “sect” that uses women as objects, promotes lesbianism, and covers up pedophilia in its ranks.

“For the feminist sect women are not the inspiration, they are prime matter in the worst sense of the term. They are convenient objects useful for the purpose of inflaming hatred against the Christian religion, hatred against men, hatred against the beauty of women, hatred against the equilibrium of families. That’s what feminism is, and I can guarantee it is like that because I was on the inside!”

“I saw the feminist movement cover up for PEDOPHILES,” writes Giromini. “I saw the feminist movement PERSECUTE WOMEN ... I am a witness to the fact that today in the feminist movement women are not of any importance but serve as fuel for the fires of hatred that the feminist sect cannot allow to die.”
It is hardly a surprise to learn that feminists would cover up for pedophiles. As we know, they're not the only ones to do so; SJWs and science fiction Fandom have done the same.

At the end of the day, there is only one enemy, the Father of Lies and his followers. What they call themselves today or tomorrow doesn't really matter. They are the Children of The Accuser, which is why pointing-and-shrieking is their primary weapon.

We should keep this woman's example in mind as we engage in cultural war in science fiction. Some of the SJWs we oppose will, sooner or later, be sickened by the actions of their compatriots. Some of them will reject the darkness and filth by which they find themselves engulfed and repent of their foul allegiances. And we need to be ready to accept them as penitents.

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48 Comments:

Blogger Salt January 04, 2016 9:05 AM  

She burned her bridges. Good for her.

Blogger praetorian January 04, 2016 9:09 AM  

We should make merry and be glad: for this our sister was dead, and is alive again; was lost, and is found.

Enjoy your reward, Wormwood.

Blogger Doom January 04, 2016 9:10 AM  

I've sort of read about her case. Not sure about it, veracity-wise. Still, the thing is, ask and receive... so from the Father and Son, so also from us. However, forgiveness is not... the end. If someone murdered my kin, and asked for forgiveness? Sure, I would give it. And yet, without it being a problem, requiring that they pay the criminal and civil penalties applicable is not only a right as the aggrieved, but a duty as a citizen... of heaven and earth... in this case as above below. God will forgive, perhaps even to heaven, but there will be mansions of many sizes. More, I believe, for those truly repentant, paying here first will lessen the price there. Even for those headed for hell.

I hope she has come around. I hope she is sorrowful. I hope she is finding her way. I will pray for her, and if I am aggrieved of her past actions, I will forgive. What she does with her future more than anything I can do will decide her fate, however.

Anonymous DNW January 04, 2016 9:17 AM  

"It is hardly a surprise to learn that feminists would cover up for pedophiles. As we know, they're not the only ones to do so; SJWs and science fiction Fandom have done the same."

So have Marxists of the mid-sixties German variety who eventually "mainstreamed" into European politics. Oh wait. I have to retract that. They were not covering anything up. They were proclaiming it at the time.

Blogger Daniel January 04, 2016 9:25 AM  

Marion Zimmer Bradley was not an affront to her ideology, but an expression of it.

Blogger dh January 04, 2016 9:40 AM  

It's just important that once they have a change we don't just let them back in.

At my church I get some pressure to take over some minor leadership roles. I reliaby remind them it's barely been a few years. You can't hand over control to the born again.

Blogger Tom Kratman January 04, 2016 9:56 AM  

"and acknowledged that the recent birth of her second child had changed her attitudes regarding the right to life."

I understand that is not an especially uncommon reaction.

Blogger Bubba January 04, 2016 10:10 AM  

Now if she would only get rid of the tats, nose ring and shaved head.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 January 04, 2016 10:23 AM  

Part of her repentance should be going to police to report the pedophilia. I know the Western nations are degenerate but we still have laws against such terrible things last I checked.

Blogger Cataline Sergius January 04, 2016 10:30 AM  

@8. Bubba

If an attractive woman takes an interest in feminism, the first thing that is required of her is to ritually disfigure herself with tattoos and piercings in order to gain acceptance in that tribe. She can take as much time as she needs to get fat from that point on.

Seriously. Name one woman who was already attractive, that became more attractive AFTER she became feminist.

Anonymous JRL January 04, 2016 10:51 AM  

Good. This is encouraging.

Anonymous Dikaios Rik January 04, 2016 10:56 AM  

@8: I think her turning away from the craziness of feminism was due in no small part to her hitting the Wall at high speed.

Anonymous Northern Observer January 04, 2016 11:03 AM  

Doom @3

"I believe, for those truly repentant, paying here first will lessen the price there."

Do you have any reason for that belief?

"the thing is, ask and receive"

God's forgiveness of sin is conditional on a person seeking forgiveness. A person's forgiveness of another person's sins against them is not; at least not a Christian's.

Blogger Six January 04, 2016 11:15 AM  

It is always thrilling to see God's hand at work. It is a reminder to all of us to never surrender. Never allow the forces of evil to capture the high ground unfought.

Welcome to the Church sister.

Anonymous Desiderius January 04, 2016 11:30 AM  

The defining characteristic of the SJW is arrested development. They are early adolescent children in adult bodies. It is no surprise that such people are prone to pedophilia.

Blogger JACIII January 04, 2016 11:31 AM  

This is good new, but I am with DH. Trust but verify.

Anonymous Susan January 04, 2016 11:31 AM  

@6 dh,

Do you think it is possible that the pressure is coming from people who feel that God is speaking to them, and that maybe they have found you worthy of a small role to start with? Maybe as you say, it has only been a few years, but you have interacted with these people during that time, and they sound like they are accepting you.

@ Tom Kratman,

This reminds me of that top executive at PP who was so horrified by the abortion video she watched, that not only did she immediately resign, she testified before a Congressional committee too. I surprised me to contemplate how many employees of PP have never seen what goes on in an abortion, or maybe even what exactly is being aborted.

Anonymous YIH January 04, 2016 11:45 AM  

@9. swiftfoxmark2:
Part of her repentance should be going to police to report the pedophilia.
As noted above, she Brazilian. AKA 'the developing world'. If you've ever seen photos or video of Mardi Gras in Rio you realize they have a very lackadaisical attitude about dress and behavior of even small children (they may not even tone that down for the Olympics). Not to mention the rampant corruption there.
Reporting it to the authorities will likely be ineffective, done too much and she'll likely 'just disappear'. Brazil has already been getting quite a bit of bad press lately.

Anonymous SouthRon January 04, 2016 11:50 AM  

@dh you are to be commended. You may not be ready yet, but your attitude is correct. With respect to bishops, pastors, leaders Paul says:

I Timothy 3:6 Not a novice, lest being lifted up with pride he fall into the condemnation of the devil.

I have seen too many churches violate this to their own hurt. May the Lord grant you grace and guidance in knowing the proper time.

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2016 12:08 PM  

> Trust but verify.

I think I've heard that somewhere before. It was good advice then, it's good advice now.

Blogger VD January 04, 2016 12:09 PM  

It's just important that once they have a change we don't just let them back in.

And anyone who has ever been on the other side should never assume a position of leadership. They can be loyal soldiers, even veteran sergeants, but they should never lead.

Anonymous Nxx January 04, 2016 12:13 PM  


repudiating the movement as a religious “sect” that uses women as objects, promotes lesbianism


Bingo!

Anyone ever notice how there are hundreds of gay organizations on every campus but very few lesbian ones?

Feminists had a civil war in the 90s between equity feminists, ie normal women, and gender feminists, ie radfem male hating cuntists. At the time the leadership of NOW and other mainline feminist organizations uniformly consisted of unmarried childess lesbians who held open contempt for the concerns of mothers and wives; better to focus on antagonising males and the traditional family instead. In opposition, the equity feminists broke off to form separate organizations and..

.. went nowhere and lost the intra feminist civil war.

Victorious, gender feminism became third wave feminism, transforming itself into the industrial scale manipulation of women for the purpose of melding them into unwitting human shields for the anti-male, anti-family lesbianist agenda.

A modern feminist that does not expressly identify as an equity feminist is either a covert lesbianist pushing anti-male hatred or a human shield useful idiot, ie, one engaged in the “politically-driven self-deception” you identify. There are two groups and the lesbianist core is the one feeding the deception.

The deception being that third wave feminism is about women, whereas the truth is that it’s about lesbian penis-envy driven pyschosexual frustration. This core source of anti-male rage can’t express itself directly and all manner of fantastic rape this rape that pretexts have to be shovelled in to keep the truth hidden and the ideological shamble going.

Blogger Red Jack January 04, 2016 12:56 PM  

@6 Dh, I have seen that myself.

It can take a long time to change (let me be honest, it takes me a long time to change). There are roles to play after conversion. Some very important ones. A friend spent time in some very dark places. He has witnessed to those going through such things that there is hope. It isn't easy, it will take effort, and there will be scars, but there is another way. One that leads to the Lord.

I welcome this sister back. Let us celebrate! But I will keep praying for her and others like her. The journey did not end, it has just begun. We are all pilgrims here. Those of us who did not walk on that side so deeply should remember that the Pharisees also thought they were protected. We all have sinned, we all need to repent, we all need forgiveness.

Let's us all strive to finish the races, holding on to the One who has paid our debt and offered us salvation.

Blogger dh January 04, 2016 12:58 PM  

Personally I think it's just laziness. Someone who appears competent and has time and resources is a good candidate.

I agree with VD. I would never accept leadership in say a conservative or libertarian organization. and I'D be suspicious of any group that would be fine with giving the reins to an outsider.

Blogger Doom January 04, 2016 1:09 PM  

Northern Observer,

A source? I am pretty sure it is biblical. More, I believe St. Thomas Aquinas covered the material, among many others. I'm not in good enough shape to really track it down, but that might help you. I just thought that was common knowledge, among more studious Christians, Catholic and otherwise.

God's forgiveness of sin is conditional on a person seeking forgiveness. A person's forgiveness of another person's sins against them is not; at least not a Christian's.

Hmm? Asking God, and since one would be asking God only sincerely, knowing He would know otherwise, is required, but asking is asking. As far as forgiving others if they do not request it, absolutely not. You can do as Christ did, leave it to God's hands. When He asked that God forgive them, that they know not what they do. And, in that situation, again, it would require that they eventually ask for forgiveness. Christ, both man and God, could not simply forgive them. He could the thieves, if they asked, or accepted His offer. But as with the thief who would have no part of it, or those who played the heaviest part in His murder, not even Jesus could forgive. So, no... you not only don't have to forgive those who don't repent, you can't forgive them. Unless you are more potent than Christ? I'd need to see some waterwalking and resurrecting before I believe you, mind you.

Anonymous Whittaker Chambers January 04, 2016 1:42 PM  

And anyone who has ever been on the other side should never assume a position of leadership. They can be loyal soldiers, even veteran sergeants, but they should never lead.

My own life and career can stand as evidence of that.

Blogger Joshua Sinistar January 04, 2016 1:48 PM  

You can forgive or not, but listen to her story anyway. She's been on the inside of the belly of the beast. Believe me, its far worse than you imagine. Those movie stars are not at the betty Ford Clinic for nothing. The things you have to do to be an insider make the worst porn you've ever seen look tame. I've seen the inside. I've even been there. The Hellfire Club was real before it burned down. Now they do it at Bohemian Grove. That Stanley Kubrick movie "Eyes Wide Shut" is nowhere near as bad as the Truth. Stanley was an insider. He faked the Moon Landing, and that movie with Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise is probably why he's dead. They don't want you to know what they do. Its so bad, that if people find out about it, they'll all be hanged by tomorrow.

Anonymous Philipp January 04, 2016 2:23 PM  

Off topic: a mob of up to 1,000 Arab or North African-looking men have sexually harrassed and robbed young men around the main train station in Cologne, Germany.

http://pamelageller.com/2016/01/large-muslim-mobs-massive-sexual-harassment-on-new-years-eve-in-germany.html/

Anonymous My Take # 212 January 04, 2016 2:26 PM  

The bible says to be merciful so that you may obtain mercy. There is a curious passage in the book of Mica where the writer asks “ shall I give my firstborn for my transgression, the fruit of my body for the sin of my soul?” Then he explains what is necessary. “What doeth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?” I would take this to mean that we are to forgive each other as readily as he forgives us.

Blogger Gaiseric January 04, 2016 2:27 PM  

What an inspirational story! It's not often that someone crawls back from the very belly of the beast, but what an occasion when it does happen.

@21: "And anyone who has ever been on the other side should never assume a position of leadership. They can be loyal soldiers, even veteran sergeants, but they should never lead."

Paul might have to take issue with that precedent. Repentance is repentance. Isaiah 1:18. Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow.

Anonymous KoranBurningFaggot January 04, 2016 2:37 PM  

2013 after denouncing it as a “business,” she had continued her bare-chested protests as the leader of a new

I never understood why feminists would protest bare breasted, but I guess stripper poles are too heavy for women to carry.

"It is hardly a surprise to learn that feminists would cover up for pedophiles.

Feminists push for gays/lesbians to do mentorship for "at risk" kids. The last thing I need is an immature needy guy at my house that's not old enough to drink. I used to have a blown glass art collection.

Part of her repentance should be going to police to report the pedophilia.

Keep in mind she is from Brazil with an age of consent of 14 so she is not talking about jailbait.

In opposition, the equity feminists broke off to form separate organizations and.... went nowhere and lost the intra feminist civil war

Soros uses jewish lesbians as his paid cheerleaders.

They don't want you to know what they do. Its so bad, that if people find out about it, they'll all be hanged by tomorrow

Cops protect that criminal class.

Blogger Giuseppe The Kurgan January 04, 2016 3:05 PM  

when it comes to pedophiles, as far as I am concerned, I'll accept the penitence as genuine if the pedophile in question suicides himself in an orderly fashion.

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2016 3:10 PM  

> Paul might have to take issue with that precedent.

Jesus chose Paul. He's a somewhat better judge of people's hearts than we are.

Blogger Gaiseric January 04, 2016 3:40 PM  

Jesus chose Paul. He's a somewhat better judge of people's hearts than we are.

Indeed. Which is why the notion of never letting the penitent sinner lead is not consistent with Christian doctrine.

Anonymous Northern Observer January 04, 2016 4:10 PM  

Doom @25

"I am pretty sure it is biblical. More, I believe St. Thomas Aquinas covered the material, among many others. I'm not in good enough shape to really track it down, but that might help you. I just thought that was common knowledge, among more studious Christians, Catholic and otherwise."

I've heard similar views before, mostly the Catholic ideas ’working' one's sins off through penance and purgatory.

I just haven't really heard it from non-Catholics. Studious or not.

I was just wondering if there was a biblical source for the idea, or it was just a man made attempt to substitute actions for grace.


”it would require that they eventually ask for forgiveness. Christ, both man and God, could not simply forgive them. He could the thieves, if they asked, or accepted His offer. But as with the thief who would have no part of it, or those who played the heaviest part in His murder, not even Jesus could forgive. So, no... you not only don't have to forgive those who don't repent, you can't forgive them. Unless you are more potent than Christ? I'd need to see some waterwalking and resurrecting before I believe you, mind you.”

As mentioned, God’s forgiveness certainly appears to be conditional on a person seeking forgiveness. But, I’m not sure if there a biblical argument for an one person requiring the other person to ask for their forgiveness. In most passages where we are told forgive others, there are no conditions placed on the forgiveness.

e.g. “Whenever you stand praying, forgive, if you have anything against anyone, so that your Father who is in heaven will also forgive you your transgressions.”

It doesn’t say, “forgive anyone who has sought your forgiveness”.

If sin is a debt, then you can certainly forgive the debt of anyone who owes you, even if they don’t ask for it.

Does that make you more potent than God? No. You can only forgive sins against you. God can forgive all sin. God requires you to repent and seek his forgiveness.

I certainly may be wrong. It’s happened before. If I am, I’d be grateful for correction.

Blogger Danby January 04, 2016 4:21 PM  

@Gaiseric,
Do you have any actual experience with these things. Prudence is a Christian virtue after all. Sometimes people come to Christ because they are genuinely converted, sometimes because they are unstable. I watched one particularly brilliant writer go from Atheist to Protestant to Orthodox to Catholic to gibbering babbling church-of-one conspiracy theorist over the course of about 4 years. I would not be surprised if he declared himself Pope.

As far as Paul goes, don't forget that God spoke directly to Annanias, telling to instruct Paul and make him a missionary.
No newcomer is likely to genuinely get even the most important things about Christianity in an instant or a couple of years.
Once they've demonstrated stability, maturity in faith, and growth in the spirit, we can talk. Or if God sends an angel to tell me to trust them. Otherwise, no.

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2016 5:43 PM  

> Indeed. Which is why the notion of never letting the penitent sinner lead is not consistent with Christian doctrine.

So if Christ tells me he's chosen someone to lead, I'll listen. You, or any other person, not so much so.

Blogger Joe Keenan January 04, 2016 6:16 PM  

Jesus also chose Judas. The fact of the matter is, He made Peter the head of The Church. See Matt: 16 and http://www.catholic.com/tracts/origins-of-peter-as-pope

Blogger tz January 04, 2016 6:44 PM  

"The Narrative" uber alles.

This is the evil. When one side is wrong but supported, instead of holding to principles, the temptation is to condone everything by the opposition.

Case in point: Ahmed, "the clock kid". He was arrested and taken to a police station in handcuffs. The 4GW was stupid - but you see the polarization. It's ok to put kids in handcuffs and take them to jail! No - even if there was a mistake.

3rd wave feminism and SJWs have the same problem/weakness. I think some cyber jujitsu is likely to be possible - assuming the pedophilia support is insufficient QED.

Any dichotomy is a trap. The Bible - mainly the OT says not to look to "the left or the right". The truth is usually up.

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2016 8:00 PM  

> He made Peter the head of The Church.

Petros does not equal petra. Is the gospel inerrant or not? If it's inerrant, Peter is not the head of the church. If he is, then it's in error. Pick your poison.

Blogger Joe Keenan January 04, 2016 10:22 PM  

@40 The Gospel is inerrant....you aren't. Don't confuse the two. You beliefs/understanding of scripture may not be congruent with the meaning of scripture. Jesus spoke Aramaic, he would of said "Cephas" not petras (which is Greek), read the citation/link. The English translation you read, is a translation from Greek, which was a translation from Aramaic. See also, http://www.amazon.com/This-Rock-Witness-Land-Covenants/dp/0931888689/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1451964084&sr=8-1&keywords=And+on+This+Rock%3A+The+Witness+of+One+Land+and+Two+Covenants

All of Jaki's books are very good, see his book on Peterine primacy too.

Anonymous Colorado Confederate January 05, 2016 12:22 AM  

@21 VD

And anyone who has ever been on the other side should never assume a position of leadership.

I, very humbly, must disagree. There have been many rebels who, AFTER conversion, have gone on to be mighty servants of our Lord Jesus even in leadership -- after proper time, discipleship, and growth in the Spirit.

"Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God. And such WERE some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God." -- I Corinthians 6:10-11 (emphasis mine)

Blogger James Dixon January 05, 2016 6:43 AM  

> The Gospel is inerrant....you aren't. Don't confuse the two.

I don't claim to be.

> Jesus spoke Aramaic, he would of said "Cephas" not petras (which is Greek), read the citation/link.

What I've read doesn't matter and my opinion doesn't matter. The Greek is the original recognized version of the scripture. There is no reconciling the two.

Anonymous DNW January 05, 2016 11:58 AM  

"I've heard similar views before, mostly the Catholic ideas ’working' one's sins off through penance and purgatory."


The concept of a purgatory, and its place if any in any system of authentic and uncorrupted Christian belief often comes up in the context of a discussion as to what is true and historic Christian doctrine; or on another formulation, as to what biblically admissible doctrine. Which is, obviously, a conceptually different question.

But, limiting the question here to one of whether the notion of "purgatory" was a late Medieval invention of the Catholic Church, we can easily determine that it had existed in some pretty well developed form, long before that: To the time of Gregory the Great and before.

A well known description of an "after death" experience implying purgatory and repeated by an unquestionably orthodox believer, is found, as I may have mentioned before, in Bede's, Ecclesiastical History of the English People, written in about 730.


It contains the famous story of the Saxon householder of Cunningham; events which purportedly took place only some years before the writing down of the tale. Whether this account is a reworking, intentional or not, of earlier Continental tales, is not the issue here. I mention it only to establish that an idea of purgatory was in circulation very early on.

Penance of course is well known even earlier, from the early days of the church; and features especially prominent in the lives of the early Irish converts and saints.

I have encountered people who have argued in response to these observations and their potential implications that the authentic Church essentially disappeared from the time of Constantine to Calvin. But that is not an argument I have any interest in addressing.

I looked up "Cunningham" on a map of Northumbrian England, and if the Wiki map can be relied upon, found (assuming it was the same "Cunningham" ) that it was at least a real geographic place, and surprisingly far west into the domains that had been, and were eventually once again, Scot or Northern British. The Wiki map shows Cunningham as occupied in 689, at the time assigned to the entry. What that connection with predominantly Celtic domains might imply, if anything, I couldn't personally say.

Blogger Joe Keenan January 05, 2016 5:00 PM  

@43 Actually, James, it is quite easy to reconcile the two. The attached link does just that. From the link above:

"These critics also neglect the fact that Jesus spoke Aramaic, and, as John 1:42 tells us, in everyday life he actually referred to Peter as Kepha or Cephas (depending on how it is transliterated). It is that term which is then translated into Greek as petros. Thus, what Jesus actually said to Peter in Aramaic was: "You are Kepha and on this very kepha I will build my Church."

The Church Fathers, those Christians closest to the apostles in time, culture, and theological background, clearly understood that Jesus promised to build the Church on Peter, as the following passages show.



Tatian the Syrian

"Simon Cephas answered and said, ‘You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.’ Jesus answered and said unto him, ‘Blessed are you, Simon, son of Jonah: flesh and blood has not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven. And I say unto thee also, that you are Cephas, and on this rock will I build my Church; and the gates of hades shall not prevail against it" (The Diatesseron 23 [A.D. 170]).



Tertullian

"Was anything withheld from the knowledge of Peter, who is called ‘the rock on which the Church would be built’ [Matt. 16:18] with the power of ‘loosing and binding in heaven and on earth’ [Matt. 16:19]?" (Demurrer Against the Heretics 22 [A.D. 200]).

"[T]he Lord said to Peter, ‘On this rock I will build my Church, I have given you the keys of the kingdom of heaven [and] whatever you shall have bound or loosed on earth will be bound or loosed in heaven’ [Matt. 16:18–19]. . . . What kind of man are you, subverting and changing what was the manifest intent of the Lord when he conferred this personally upon Peter? Upon you, he says, I will build my Church; and I will give to you the keys" (Modesty 21:9–10 [A.D. 220]).



The Letter of Clement to James

"Be it known to you, my lord, that Simon [Peter], who, for the sake of the true faith, and the most sure foundation of his doctrine, was set apart to be the foundation of the Church, and for this end was by Jesus himself, with his truthful mouth, named Peter" (Letter of Clement to James 2 [A.D. 221])."

Note in particular Jesus gave Peter the Keys to the Kingdom and he gave him the power to bind and unbind. Jaki's work explores this in detail.

Blogger James Dixon January 05, 2016 6:50 PM  

> "These critics also neglect the fact that Jesus spoke Aramaic...

I ignore nothing. They cannot be reconciled. Either the original Greek version of the scriptures is in error (which directly contradicts Roman Catholic dogma), or the Roman Catholic interpretation of the scripture is. People who claim they can be reconciled are lying, either to others or to themselves. But go ahead and continue the charade if you want. It makes no difference to me.

Blogger Tom Kratman January 06, 2016 10:22 AM  

Susan:

Yes. One wonders how many Nazis could remain Nazis after looking inside the gas chambers.

Blogger Tom Kratman January 06, 2016 10:22 AM  

Susan:

Yes. One wonders how many Nazis could remain Nazis after looking inside the gas chambers.

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