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Like in the days of Noah, then the fallen angels manipulated mans DNA and mixed it with the fallen ones. This was an attempt to block the gene line to Christ. God flooded the world to prevent this from happening
Is it possible she got a hold of a slice of 'bad' pizza from all those boxes they delivered the other night?
Seriously, I really wonder who was the man talking to her just prior to her calmly walking up to the podium mic....and what it was he said to her.
He apparently makes a cell phone call immediately after he speaks to her and she starts walking to the podium mic.edit on 17-10-2013 by IAMTAT because: (no reason given)
I think He chose her. She's walking up to the podium very convicted by the Holy Spirit. Everyone will deem this as mental illness, or pin her as some religious right wing nut job, but I do believe that these people in DC not dealing in the interests of humanity and the people, will have to answer for what they do. And you know what's funny about this is, I'm so far from being ultra religious. Haven't gone to church in ages, and I'm not a conservative.edit on 17-10-2013 by Taissa because: misspelling
To the untrained eye, Reidy’s outburst had all the markings of a mental breakdown, but a minister wrote the Fox News morning program arguing that the woman was simply sharing a communique from on high.
“It was not a mental episode,” host Steve Doocy read from the email. “What she was doing was known as an exercise of the gifts of the spirit where she was. She had brought a warning and a message from God.”
It wasn’t just the Lord’s outrage over Obamacare that got “Fox & Friends” viewers riled up, they were upset that guards seized Reidy for sharing her beliefs.
“Amazingly, this religious and obviously a sweet lady gets fed up and speaks her mind, something we all have tried to do,” Doocy read from a second email. “She brings up our dear Lord and she gets a mental evaluation? I think it should be the other way around. And then this person goes on to list the people who should be checked out.”
Some argue that he in fact did leave a genetic bloodline.
Didn't you see/read the DaVinci Code?
You obviously know completely nothing about being a Christian. Get your head out of your ass.
It is in no way a cult,
Christianity in the ancient world was much more diverse than it is now, with a number of gospels circulating in addition to the four that were finally collected into the New Testament, noted Bart Ehrman, chairman of religious studies at the University of North Carolina.
Eventually, one point of view prevailed and the others were declared heresy, he said, including the Gnostics who believed that salvation depended on secret knowledge that Jesus imparted, particularly to Judas.
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This post really bothered me. You obviously know completely nothing about being a Christian. Get your head out of your ass.
It is in no way a cult, I've never been taught anything that didn't involve loving and caring for one another, people of all colours and religions, even homosexuals. How does that run parallel with you current theory of what a born again Christian believes and is taught? At my current church, everyone knows I smoke a lot of pot, and they all love and accept me and don't judge me for it whatsoever. (I have my medical license before you start calling me a stoner).
Talking down on Christians for no reason makes you look like a moron, we aren't all the Westboro Baptist nutjobs so don't you dare generalize us as all the same.
From what I am seeing on TV, the actions by this woman were very out of character for her.
I'm glad she is having a mental/physical health evaluation done.
Mental illness can strike anyone. Lots of people get hit with it. It's not their fault.
I feel bad for her. I hope it all works out for her ...
Few biblical books are regarded by scholars as the product of a single individual; all the books of the Old Testament have been edited and revised to produce the work known today.
Protestants tend to think there is only one Bible--ours.
Actually different religious groups of the Judeo-Christian tradition have different biblical canons.
Different Inside Books
Some canons are smaller than the Protestant Bible; others are larger:
The smallest Bible is claimed by the Samaritans, who recognize only the first five books of the Bible (the Pentateuch).
The largest Bible is that of the Ethiopian Orthodox church, which has 81 books