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Originally posted by TheUniverse
reply to post by Lemon.Fresh
I do not answer to no purported being; that you claim exists.
So you claim i am not exempt from God's Judgement; but you have no proof of him ever existing.
And neither do i
We can't prove he exists or doesn't exists.
But i know religion/god has nothing to do with the what happened on the Earth for 5 billion years before humans arose.
And this implies that your holy books tractates scriptures god(s), Religions are a contrived fallacy by man.
So i'll go and write my own book and claim its a religion..
Its the same thing you're insinuating.
Anyone can make that stuff up.
I see you feel you know better than Blavatsky. I don't think you do. As I am sure you know the biblical story is based on borrowed pagan mythology for its concept of who God was and what God demanded.
The problem you have is that the Pagan view was of a celebratory attitude to life with its pantheons of Gods and goddesses representing different aspects of human life.
am sure you know Ezxra combined YHWH, Canaanite/Judah to El the Israelite God. How you can claim a relationship with two Pagan Gods lumped into one is either interesting or purely delusional.
This was a political mechanism which the Jewish Scribes and Priesthood not only used to galvanise two warring factions, but used it also to qualify their power and existence. Don't you realise they would have had no work or jobs had this optomistic view of life continued, so they twisted it thereby perverting it into giving the idea that man had made life worse and consequently needed rules, laws and their services to intercede with God. The Pagan world did not support a priesthood of men and their families, it wasn't necessary.
You are not grasping what Blavatsky said and I suggest that before you comment on Theosophy and Blavatsky you read the Secret Doctrine because it is a fascinating and highly informative book which benefits anyone who is passionate about their spiritual beliefs.
Originally posted by TheUniverse
Do you believe the Jews are the Chosen Ones.?
And do you refer to us non-jews(Gentiles) As Goyim?
I am aware there are tractates that refer to Goyim as Dogs.
I do not, as I am not a Jew. The whole world, according to the Torah, is split into two camps. Those who follow Torah, and those who do not. It is two seeds. The seed of Righteousness, and the seed of unrighteousness. Goyim means nation or people. Goy (singular form of Goyim) is used in the Tanakh many times to describe Israel. Exodus, for example calls Israel goy kadosh (holy nation). Since Israel is the holy nation, all other nations must be unholy. They are referred to as Goyim (the nations). It is possible to go from Goy to Goyim or Goyim to Goy.
Goy (Hebrew: גוי, regular plural goyim גוים or גויים) is a Hebrew biblical term for "nation" or "People". By Roman times it had also acquired the meaning of "non-Jew". The latter is also its meaning in Yiddish.
As noted, in the above-quoted Rabbinical literature the meaning of the word "goy" shifted the Biblical meaning of "a people" which could be applied to the Hebrews/Jews as to others into meaning "a people other than the Jews". In later generations, a further shift left the word as meaning an individual person who belongs to such a non-Jewish people.
I don't think dontreally is a Christian, so much of those verses don't really ( ) apply to him.
And while some Bolshevik jews may have been brutal murderers, I don't quite see how this is relevant to all, or even a significant portion of Jews (religiously or ethnically) as a whole.
Originally posted by Zamini
Next time when a zionist apologists says how the acts of one Muslim reflect on the total of Islam, maybe you will understand. Until then, enjoy being blind.