Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by Murgatroid
Way to take quotes out of context. Do you mind quoting the rest of that article? I love how people admit to religion being controlled by the
Illuminati, and then use the Bible to back-up the whole idea of Satanism....Christianity is no exclusion in the 'religion' category. The Bible is
being used as the foundation for the most corrupted religion of all, how could this not apply?
There is a trend I have noticed with those who call Christianity false. They call the Bible corrupt, but then use the Bible to prove the premise. In
one breath, the entire thing is wrong, and in the other they use the very word to demonstrate their premise. Apart from taking the Word of God as His
Word, there is no platform to rest any other conclusion. Here is an example.
The Illumination: The Secret Religion
This guy has an interesting approach until you get to the bottom. The further down the page you go, the more twisted he gets with the Word of God.
He falsifies the word, then uses it to confirm HIS conclusions. This is a good example of nearly all works of Theosophy.
"That's exactly right, Paul. Your preaching was in vain, and the faith of all Christians is in vain. And the biggest irony of all was that the Gospels
themselves contained the proof. Resurrection is a ludicrous and false teaching that leads everyone who believes in it far from truth and
enlightenment. The Eastern religions were sufficiently wise not to fall into this deadly error.
The most commonly accepted theory of resurrection asserts that we have one immaterial soul and one material body. Death kills the physical body, but
the soul, being immortal, survives. On the day of resurrection, the body is fully restored.
The alternative theory is that the soul and body die together and both are restored together i.e. in this theory the soul isn't immortal because it
dies with the body, but, like the body, it can be fully brought back to life. Once body and soul are restored they are both immortal from that point
The theory of resurrection is, actually, incredibly complicated when it is studied properly, and many simplistic assumptions have to be cast aside.
The standard version of resurrection theory can be challenged straight away by asking why is a body needed at all for the immortal, immaterial soul
i.e. what actual function is served by bodily resurrection?
Most Christians have no idea of the confusion that exists in resurrection theory. For example, they are completely unable to say what the difference
is between the Last Judgment and the "Particular" Judgment."
The trend in Theosophy is to deny Christ at all costs. That tells me all I need to know about their source of inspiration.
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