Death Cult Christianity



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David at Applied Faith has a post up, How Evangelicals Can Look Not-So-Crazy about the End Times, concerning the imminent arrival of the Christian End Times

“We’re in a climate where Christians are being mass-murdered and driven out of the Middle East. Russia is violently propping up the Shia regime in Syria, Iran may already have a nuclear weapon, and the United Nations routinely persecutes Israel. Many Christians believe that Islam is evil, and the followers of Muhammad may spawn The Anti-Christ.” 

As you might however have gathered from the article’s title, his worry is not the pending annihilation of our home planet and the eradication of all life at the hands of his particular Middle Eastern god, Yhwh, but rather the somewhat annoying fact that evangelicals, like himself, are broadly considered “crazy” by the general public when they start hollering the end is neigh. It’s an honest complaint, and…

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The Bankrupt “Ethics” of Jesus

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The mad messiah Jesus of the NT is little more than a recycled version of the maniacal, criminally insane Yahweh of the Jewish, tribal, theocratic-fascist OT cult.

As an ‘archetypal’ for love or ethics, the Jesus of the NT fails miserably and as abysmally, as does its predecessor, the genocidal, bloodthirsty deity of the OT, that sadistically demands love, otherwise torture, suffering or death await you.

The culturally, woo-filled, cognitive niche; in reality the mental disease of Christ-psychosis, prevents brainwashed cult members from applying typically rational and logical thinking to the fable of Jesus; as they might to any similar religious, cult figure.

Image the public outrage if, in place of the insane, hate-filled Christ-jihadist; a current, fanatical Islamo-fascist, Islamist-jihadist cult leader; was widely reported to have commanded that his crazed adherents must, “hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, yes, and even his own life” as the mad cultists Jesus does?! (cf: Luke 14.26)

How would we judge this Islamist leader who demanded that we prefer him to our loved ones?!   How would we react to this life-hating, world-hating directive to self-annihilation; essentially suicide and self-martyrdom, on behalf the cult leader?!

Jesus, the violent, sadistic warmonger; aside from the page-by-page blood, geo-genocide and gore laced book of Revelation in the NT, one of most explicit affirmations that Jesus viewed himself as a violence-espousing warlord and vengeful retaliator, coming to not deliver peace, but bring war to the entire earth, is found in Matthew.

“Do not think that I have come to bring peace on earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword. For I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; and a man’s foes will be those of his own household.” (cf: Mt. 10.34-37)

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The horrific god of the Hebrew Bible harmed all who disobeyed him, but that injury, or death ordinarily was imposed during one’s lifetime on earth.

However, Jesus’ view of violence is infinitely grander, both in quality and quantity.

Jesus is revealed as eternally burning and torturing, those who opposed his religious beliefs and his theocratic empire, branded as the “Kingdom of God” – “tortured with fire and sulphur … tormented … forever and ever” and doing so, with delightful rejoicing.  cf: Revelation.

Ethics should not be based on superstitious authority, nor the authority of any cult leader.

Ethics should be based on scientifically verifiable phenomena, and empathy is the core of all ethics. Empathy is a biological constituent of humanity, as it is of many other species.

So-called New Testament ethics, is pseudo-scholarly gibberish that deserves to be rejected from any institution that respects rational, scientific, academic inquiry.

If Jesus was a man and indeed even existed, he had deep moral and ethical flaws. His ‘teachings’ are dangerous to peaceful national co-existence, social and personal relationships, damaging to human mental health and clearly, not a good moral guide but rather the opposite, often nothing but the ravings of a violent lunatic.


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The Latest Trend In Christianity: Beating Your Wife For Jesus

The Latest Trend In Christianity: Beating Your Wife For Jesus

The Latest Trend In Christianity: Beating Your Wife For Jesus



It’s just because their husbands love them, and want them to be perfect for Jesus!

On a pain scale of one to 10, Chelsea ranks the epidural-free birth of her child as a six. Her husband’s spankings? Those are an eight.

First, he uses his hands for “warm-up” slaps. Then comes a combination of tools based on the specific infraction. The wooden spoon is the least severe; for the worst rule-breaking—like texting while driving (“It could kill me,” Chelsea admits) or moving money between accounts without his permission—she’ll be hit with something else: a hairbrush, a paddle, or a leather strap.

But this isn’t domestic abuse, Chelsea says. This is for Jesus.

Chelsea and her husband Clint, who asked that I use only their first names, belong to a small subculture of religious couples who practice “Christian Domestic Discipline,” a lifestyle that calls for a wife to be completely submissive to her husband. Referred to as CDD by its followers, the practice often includes spanking and other types corporal punishments administered by husbands—and ostensibly ordained by God.

While the private nature of the discipline makes it difficult to estimate the number of adherents, activity in several online forums suggests a figure in the low thousands. Devotees call CDD an alternative lifestyle and enthusiastically sing its praises; for critics, it’s nothing but domestic abuse by another name.

Clint was in the room while I talked to Chelsea. They do everything together, including running their blog, Learning DD, which chronicles their exploration of domestic discipline. When Chelsea gets flummoxed by a question, she asks Clint for guidance in a voice so high-pitched that it belies her 28 years: “Honey, how long does the spanking usually last?” (About 5 minutes, Clint says.)

He has left bruises, Chelsea says, but it’s rare, and she attributes them to anemia.

You don’t have to be a Christian to practice domestic discipline, although many of its practitioners say they believe that domestic discipline goes hand in hand with their faith. Specifics of the practice vary by couple, though CDDers all seem to follow a few basic principles. Foremost, that the Bible commands a husband to be the head of the household, and the wife must submit to him, in every way, or face painful chastisement.

When a wife breaks her husband’s rules—rolling her eyes, maybe, or just feeling “meh,” as one blogger put it—that can equal punishments which are often corporal but can also be “corner time”; writing lines (think “I will not disobey my master” 1,000 times); losing a privilege like internet access; or being “humbled” by some sort of nude humiliation. Some practice “maintenance spanking,” wherein good girls are slapped on a schedule to remind them who’s boss; some don’t. Some couples keep the lifestyle from their children; others, like CDD blogger Stormy, don’t. “Not only does he spank me with no questions asked for disrespect or attitude in front of them, but I am also required to make an apology to each of them,” she writes.

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