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Bringing about the Christian "end times"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matthew Josephson Mar 19. 13 Replies

Christianity has always been fairly conspicuous among world religions for its obsession with its own end.  In fact, talking about the Christian "end times" (not the apocalypse), 2 Thessalonians even…Continue

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Matthew Josephson replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"Yes, I agree.  They are already trying to make it a self fulfilling prophecy of the end of the world, just for one example, their denial of climate science, they don't care because the world is going to be destroyed any day now anyway.…"
Mar 19
Ruth Anthony-Gardner replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"Interpreting religious texts isn't worth my time. The real world has plenty of challenges and actual facts."
Mar 19
Thomas Murray replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"That is fear I have since I dunno when. When Christians feel their word are ignored and the predicted event does not occurs, they will make sure their self prophecy becomes a reality."
Mar 19
Matthew Josephson replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"Of course there are no Gods, why are you even discussing something so silly?  The point is that I demonstrate the Gospels to be Greek tragedies and satires of the works of Josephus.  It was all a big joke by the Greeks.  Proving that…"
Mar 19
Michael Penn replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"You may be correct but be reminded that there was no god to "send" anyone. Very often people get wound up in other beliefs while holding a preconceived belief. I keep it simple by knowing: 1. There are no gods. 2. Bible writings that seem…"
Mar 19
Matthew Josephson replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"> So, who "sits in the temple of god, showing himself as god." A preacher could have a field day There is only one man that sits in the temple, showing himself as god and exalts himself above all the other pagan gods…"
Mar 19
Matthew Josephson replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"It is number 2.  If I demonstrate, as I claim, that every passage of the Gospels and the book of Revelation is based on a passage from Josephus, then those books must have been written after the publication of the passages they are based on (75…"
Mar 19
Michael Penn replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"So, who "sits in the temple of god, showing himself as god." A preacher could have a field day with the above scriptures and preach many different sermons, not necessarily  all related. Like the Buybull itself, this is a many…"
Mar 19
Matthew Josephson replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"Yes.  Exactly.  This is how Christianity ends, by revealing that Jesus is the sinful man.  That is why I demonstrate in 500 examples that each passage of the Gospels and the book of Revelation is a form of Greek tragedy and a satire…"
Mar 19
tom sarbeck replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"Joan, denial takes various and temporary forms. My "thumbs are brown"."
Mar 19
tom sarbeck replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"Whoever added (2:3-4) to the bible didn't see what I see in it--the oend of xianity. Whoever added (2:6-12) was on an early form of LSD."
Mar 19
Joan Denoo replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"My Garden in Spokane, WA, October 4, 2016, 3:06:32 PM"
Mar 18
Joan Denoo replied to Matthew Josephson's discussion Bringing about the Christian "end times"
"With unresolved conflicts flashing into wars that kill innocent as well as the aggressor, with the violation of the atmosphere, water, and soils with toxic chemicals that threatens living things on Earth, with the climate change bringing storms of…"
Mar 18
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Bringing about the Christian "end times"

Christianity has always been fairly conspicuous among world religions for its obsession with its own end.  In fact, talking about the Christian "end times" (not the apocalypse), 2 Thessalonians even tells us how to bring about the Christian end times:“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day {the Christian "last times"} shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition. Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is…See More
Mar 18
Randall Smith left a comment for Matthew Josephson
"Welcome, Matthew. We have several "science" groups here at A/N. Check them out. Activity varies."
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Daniel W left a comment for Matthew Josephson
"Welcome to Atheist Nexus!  Idaho Spud on here is also ex Mormon. "
Mar 3

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Raised Mormon, held out of school until 15, but escaped the cult at 18 and became an Astrophysicist instead.

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At 7:04am on March 4, 2017, Randall Smith said…

Welcome, Matthew. We have several "science" groups here at A/N. Check them out. Activity varies.

At 5:34pm on March 3, 2017, Daniel W said…

Welcome to Atheist Nexus!  Idaho Spud on here is also ex Mormon. 

 
 
 

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