Christianity: Outside Looking In In the Western part of the world, Christianity is familiar with almost everyone. Many people, at the very least, claim to believe in God in the Western world. But what exactly is Christianity? The obvious answer is, of course, that Christianity is the religion that believes in God and Jesus Christ's sacrifice to save humanity from their sins. There's more to Christianity than this, and shall be discussed in more detail. Specifically, the origins of Christianity and how it became a world religion, what makes Christianity unique, and the differences in the denominations of Christianity shall be discussed.
Let's start with Christianity's origins, and how it came to be a major world religion. Christianity started off as a sect of Judaism in Palestine and Israel in the 1st Century AD, so the first Christians were Hebrew. Christianity then spread to other nations across the Middle East, into Egypt, and the Roman Empire (so
Agnostic Atheist How do you go about proving God's existence or nonexistence? I would like to discuss it because it's usually avoided in polite conversation for good reason. But this essay or rant or whatever is not polite conversation and will probably offend some people.
First of all, how do we prove God's existence? Well, from what I know, there is no hard, empirical evidence that proves God's existence. There isn't any, none, and the Bible obviously doesn't count because it only assumes God exists; it never factually proves that God exists. Miracles don't count either, common sense can even dictate they aren't real. And people that say they know God helped them out can't actually prove it, they just believe that a coincidence was simply an act of God. It's not just limited to beneficial coincidences, some people even believe God punished them for being sinful. Is there any proof that God seems to randomly help or hinder his creations? No, there isn't, only assumptions are made as t
Keeps gnawing at my gut
Won't let me sleep
Can't satisfy it
Nothing to eat
Hurts like hell
Leave me be
BlossomJust move on
Old wounds should be healed
Spring is here
The sun sets
Look out to the east
Your new life
Time for God We are so busy with life , that we can hardly find time for God. But its not the question of finding time for God.
God gives us life for each day. He gives it generously, so that we may live it fruitfully in HIM. And we on our part, hardly spare any time for God.
God gives us a full measure for each day and HE expect us to return it in full( our fruitful work ).And the only way we can do this, is by doing our work in the awareness of HIS presence- by living each moment in God.
This is the duty of each moment - to live in the presence of God, believing that God-is-with-us.
What a Nazi has to say about free speech:icondak-rommel::iconsaysplz:The difference between people on the center/right wing and even far-right (not Neo-Nazis/supremacists etc.) and communists, 'Social Justice Warriors' and generally people on the left (who are actually far-left but don't realize it) is that we actually support free speech immeasurably more than them.
They are hypocrites, for they will not cringe at all when laws that supposedly ban the "glorification of 'Nazism'" (whatever that means) are passed yet who here can claim that they would act in the same way if equivalent laws were passed for Communist/Marxist ideologies? Even a 10yearold with moderate reasoning could figure out that they support censoring their opposition under the pretext of "racism" and whatever yet somehow THEY are supposed to be the advocates of free speech? (Yeah, we all know how the critics of Lenin, Stalin and Mao ended up. Even Trotsky could not escape Stalin's long arm of the world's best ideology).
It's funny how people like myself and
Another great commentSo my friend :icon345rv5: let lose with another epic comment. This was in discussion with myself :iconThe-conquerors:, him, and :icondak-rommel.Read below. You can also find the original discussion in a deviation which I have linked in the description.
:icon345rv5::iconsaysplz:What parallel universe are we living in when Nazis are less bigoted than the SJW's. What the fuck did i just read? Is this really happening ? I honestly don't know whether to laugh at the fact that a Nazi is more rational than a so called leftist or be sad that the left has fallen this much. Party ought to be ashame of himself that he's become worse than the very enemy he's claiming to fight against. Now i honestly feel bad for comparing SJW's to Nazis after seeing people like :icondak-rommel: have shown a different, more rational side to National Socialism which is a million times more reasonable than the SJW Cultural Marxists.
Mind you Party is opposed to Porn( even though he admits to fapping to po
Hey I know that there is a Greek Zodiac, a Chinese Zodiac, and a (due to the remake of The Thirteen Ghosts) "Black Zodiac". But what if there was a Creepypasta Zodiac? A Pastodiac?
I mean each month (I say month, because it's easier than each year (which is what the Chinese Zodiac does)) will have a different character who would best fit the month or one of the original zodiacs.
For example: The main Zodiac sign for April is Aries, which is the Ram. Now the ram is actually the very first Zodiac to be introduced in Greek cultures (sort of how the Rat is first in Chinese cultures and The First Born Son is first according to Thirteen Ghosts (Remake)). Therefore, who should start out the Pastodiac? Why none other than the one who started it all himself. Slenderman! (Although he might not be a CP). It would be fitting to have him first though!
The main zodiac of May, is Taurus the Bull. Now because of Taurus' closeness to Aries and because of their similarities (rams and bulls
Never too lateYou can't always be who you've dreamed you've been.
It's never too late to be who you could've been.
It's never too late to be who you would've been.
It's never too late to get better.
It's never too late to be you again.
You May Not Wish to Follow These ThoughtsOn Damage (or On the Agreement to Feast)
Beyond the occasional song, drawing, painting, story, or art performance, what are you doing to make Art a part of your existence? Beyond your "made for an audience" output, have you considered all the times you are alone with only the universe as your audience? Do you make Art then? Imagine, if you will, your life as a performance - who is the audience/receiver of your signal? Posit the existence of a god, or gods, or perhaps imagine you were injected with recording devices - at birth - or part way through your days, or even that the multitude of insects that flourish in your surroundings are the bio-mechanical recording devices of some vast incomprehensible network that is always watching and recording for posterity the details of your life - the exciting, the mundane, the pathetic, the inspiring, the humiliating - all moments, in company or alone. How are you making these moments artful or entertaining for your