We are Reflecting Upon Making the Decision to Believe in God or Not. What is Your Christian Worldview?

How do you and I view and react to the world around us? Do you and I have a Biblical worldview? Do you and I see and view the world through the leaves, the ever spreading vines of a carefully grown, well manicured thorn laden rose tree?

Colossians 2:8-12 NASB

See to it that there is no one who takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception in accordance with human tradition, in accordance with the elementary principles of the world, [a]rather than in accordance with Christ. For in Him all the fullness of Deity dwells in bodily form, 10 and in Him you have been made [b]complete, and He is the head [c]over every ruler and authority; 11 and in Him you were also circumcised with a circumcision performed without hands, in the removal of the body of the flesh by the circumcision of Christ, 12 having been buried with Him in baptism, in which you were also raised with Him through faith in the working of God, who raised Him from the dead.

The Word of God for the Children of God. In Excelsis Deo! Alleluia! Amen.

Hot button topics. Politically Incorrect, Aggressively Divisive and Taboo topics. Topics few people are prepared to converse about, have meaningful discussions and debates over without either side being prepared for open vitriolic warfare. The idea of civilized, non judgmental conferences and educational moments? Those topics for which only highly skilled, well reputed mediators dare to tread. Yet these hot plate topics rigorously define nearly every individuals world view.

Immigration, Abortion. Euthanasia. Pornography. Same-sex marriage. Gender, Transgender rights. Embryonic research. Genetic enhancement. You can add to this mix COVID, mandated vaccines, out of control government spending, etc.

Christians and Non Christians who are surveying the cultural landscape in the West have a clear sense that things are headed in a destructive direction. While most believers can easily (readily?) identify the symptoms of decline, few feel competent to diagnose and address the root causes. There are many complex factors, concerns behind these developments, but one invaluable tool for better understanding and engaging with our culture is the concept of worldview.

What is a worldview. The fact is, everyone has a worldview. It is how we see the world around us and we interpret and react to events. A worldview is the core of what we steadfastly truly believe (not just give lip service to), likewise defend.

It answers the basic questions of life:

How did we get here (creation and the universe)?

Where are we going (the meaning of history)?

What is the nature of reality (physical or spiritual or both)?

What is the nature of God, or transcendent reality? (is there a higher power?)

What is the nature of truth (objective or subjective)?

What is the nature of human beings? (who are we and how did we get here?)

What happens to human beings when they die? (is there eternal life?)

What guidelines determine human behavior? (ethics and morals, who decides?)

Where did we (human kind) go wrong? (or have we gone wrong?)

Is there a fix?

How these questions are answered determines our outlook on the world. These are just a few of the questions that define our worldview. For example, if we have a naturalist or humanistic worldview where we are just a comic accident and there is a natural explanation to all that there is, then humans are just highly developed, evolved animals. If that is the case then, so what is the big deal about abortion, euthanasia, homosexuality, mandated vaccines, the like?

If we are here by accident, then who are you to tell me what my morals should be, to dare question my ethics, Who are you to tell me what is right and wrong?

The fact is, our worldview matters. It matter in how re react, in a God honoring way to the world around us. The worldviews of others in our culture explains why we as a people, a nation, a culture, is headed in a destructive direction.

Over the course of this devotion, we will explore our worldview, then contrast it with the worldviews of our culture, try to sort out world versus. Christian view.

We genuinely need to critically examine our own view of the world. Paul tells us:

2 Corinthians 13:5 NASB

Test yourselves to see if you are in the faith; examine yourselves! Or do you not recognize this about yourselves, that Jesus Christ is in you—unless indeed you [a] fail the test?

Do we have a true Biblical Worldview? Notice I am no longer saying a Christian worldview. I will now be deliberately changing that term because the very word “Christian” has been so grievously altered, misused, deliberately misapplied, and distorted over time. But I will use the term “Biblical Worldview” meaning, “does our view of the world measure up to what the Word of God tells us, not someone’s concept of what a Christian ought to believe or ought to live?”

1 Timothy 6:20-21 NASB

20 Timothy, protect what has been entrusted to you, avoiding worldly, empty chatter and the opposing arguments of what is falsely called “knowledge” — 21 which some have professed and thereby have gone astray [a]from the faith.

Here’s the problem. According to recent survey (May 2021) commissioned by the Family Research Council under the direction of George Barna:

* 80 percent of born-again Christians claim to have a biblical worldview, but only 19 percent have one.

* 74 percent of conservatives claim to have a biblical worldview, but only 16 percent do.

* 44 percent of millennials (ages 25-40) claim a biblical worldview; only 4 percent have one.

This only represents just a small sample of people who were surveyed. If we were to do this self same sample on a significantly wider and broader scope, how would these results change – would the percentages increase of decrease?

As I further perused the report of the statistics for mainline Protestant churches and evangelical churches, the magnitude of numbers were just about as dire:

* 69% of adults who attend a mainline Protestant church (Presbyterian, Lutheran, Episcopal, etc.) claim they have a biblical worldview, but only 8% actually have one.

* 81% who attend an evangelical church (many non-denominational and most Baptist) claim they have a biblical worldview, but only 21% actually have one.

No wonder the church is in trouble today. Most of the so-called “born-again” believers do not know what they believe, or they do not realize that their beliefs are corrupted by the world.

This corruption of beliefs didn’t happen by accident. We are exposed to the philosophies of the world every day, through the culture we live in, through TV shows piped into our living rooms, through our news sources, through the internet and let us not speak about social media and its effect on our world.

Very little of what we are exposed to in the world reflect the Judeo-Christian principles which formed and guided this nation for many years. Since WW2, we have seen a marked moral decline in our culture. America is quickly going the way of Europe, which has virtually been godless for many years, where now most churches and cathedrals there are merely museums of an era gone by.

We do not need to tell or yell at each other how worldview has grown, being very intolerant of anything espousing biblical values. Our Christian foundations are being systematically destroyed. King David asked the question in his day:

Psalm 11:1-3 NASB

11 In the Lord I take refuge;
How can you say to my soul, “Flee as a bird to your mountain?
For, behold, the wicked bend the bow,
They have [a]set their arrow on the string
To shoot in darkness at the upright in heart.
If the foundations are destroyed,
What can the righteous do?”

The worldview of those in our modern culture has invaded the church. In our postmodern culture, truth itself has been lost and is now relative. What is true for you may not be what is true for me and vise-versa. Whereas formally a difference of opinion was tolerated, now anything that does not agree with the current worldview, what is considered politically correct, or the current cultural norms, are now labeled as bigoted and intolerant, and other negative adjectives.

In our current “woke” “cancel culture” we can no longer even say 2+2=4. Even the truth of mathematics is now subjective to whatever you want 2+2 to equal.

A young man who had recently graduated from high school, told me about a mathematics teacher who labeled him a “bigot” for thinking it was important to get the right answer. “As long as students worked together in a group and achieved consensus, the teacher insisted, the outcome was also acceptable.”

Here is a fact that we can and must live with.

There is absolute truth in the universe. And He can be known.

John 14:6 NASB

Jesus *said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except through Me.

Jesus also said that:

John 8:31-32 NASB

The Truth Will Set You Free

31 So Jesus was saying to those Jews who had believed Him, “If you continue in My word, then you are truly My disciples; 32 and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

But what the world calls the truth and Bible calls the truth are often two different things. When we see the world with spiritual eyes guided by the Holy Spirit, we see the world differently from others.

1 Corinthians 2:12-16 NASB

12 Now we have not received the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, so that we may know the things freely given to us by God. 13 We also speak these things, not in words taught by human wisdom, but in those taught by the Spirit, [a]combining spiritual thoughts with spiritual words.

14 But [b]a natural person does not accept the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him; and he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned. 15 But the one who is spiritual discerns all things, yet he himself is [c]discerned by no one. 16 For who has known the mind of the Lord, that he will instruct Him? But we have the mind of Christ.

But the very real, unspoken problem in the church is we are surrounded by the world and are daily being bombarded by the philosophies of the world. There are ultra slick talking politicians and others who can sell a drowning man water. And we, being ignorant of the Scriptures will accept human reasoning and the arguments of why the world is the way it is. This is nothing new. There has always been those who will raise doubt in our minds since the Garden of Eden.

Genesis 3:1 NASB

The Fall of Mankind

Now the serpent was more cunning than any animal of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said to the woman, “Has God really said, ‘You shall not eat from any tree of the garden’?”

Romans 1:25 NASB

25 For they exchanged the truth of God for [a]falsehood, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed [b]forever. Amen.

Most of the letters in the New Testament, those of Paul, Peter, James and John, spend a great deal of time warning the early church about the deception of false teachers and about heresies that creep into the fellowship.

Today’s verses are typical of these warnings.

We are warned not be taken captive from “philosophy and empty deception in accordance with human tradition.” Philosophy means the “love of wisdom.” Seeking wisdom is not evil in and of itself, for the book of Proverbs has a fair amount to say about seeking wisdom.

But seeking human wisdom, wisdom that is apart for Jesus is evil.

Colossians 2:1-3 NASB

You Are Built Up In Christ

For I want you to know how great a struggle I have in your behalf and for those who are at Laodicea, and for all those who have not [a]personally seen my face, that their hearts may be encouraged, having been knit together in love, and that they would attain to all the wealth [b]that comes from the full assurance of understanding, resulting in a true knowledge of God’s mystery, that is, Christ Himselfin whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.

Seeking after human wisdom and saying that through human reasoning all can be answered, is evil because that is the core of the humanist worldview. Humanist view is the humans are the end of all things intellectually. So we are warned about human reasoning and philosophy, because: human reasoning is “in accordance with the elementary principles of the world, rather than in accordance with Christ.”

The term “elementary principles of the world” has been debated by scholars for years. But those things of the “natural world” like “earth, fire, wind, and water,” what the ancients thought everything was composed of.

Today, our elementary things of the world consist of the “big bang” and the millions and billions of years of random chance (evolution) as the explanation as to why of where we are here today, and this naturalism worldview has been taught in our school for almost 100 years. No wonder the kids today think the things of the Bible are mere fairy tales. None of these things are from Christ, Who is more than the Author of Truth, He is Truth. Paul also warned Timothy:

1 Timothy 6:20-21 NASB

20 Timothy, protect what has been entrusted to you, avoiding worldly, empty chatter and the opposing arguments of what is falsely called “knowledge” — 21 which some have professed and thereby have gone astray [a]from the faith.

We need to hold tight to what we have been given. Paul says to “protect,” other translations has “guard.” This is a command. Hold these close, the truth of the Scriptures. Do we understand it all. No, but our lack of understanding does not change the truth. If anything, it should encourage us to study all the more. We need to avoid “worldly, empty chatter and the opposing arguments.” This is also a command in the form of a participle. We are to avoid these things.

Paul tells us that many Christians have fallen for these false knowledge (or outright lies) and by doing so “have gone astray from the faith.” The Bible is true in all that is says, whether of history, of science, or of the things and nature of God. If we have a true Biblical worldview, we would be vastly different from the world around us and we need to be ready for the world to “easily” label us as believing backwards, bigoted, homophobic, and a host of other negative terms.

But Jesus is returning soon.

Luke 18:1-8 NASB

Parables on Prayer

18 Now He was telling them a parable to show that at all times they ought to pray and not become discouraged, saying, “In a certain city there was a judge who did not fear God and did not respect any person. Now there was a widow in that city, and she kept coming to him, saying, ‘Give me justice against my [a]opponent.’ For a while he was unwilling; but later he said to himself, ‘Even though I do not fear God nor respect any person, yet because this widow is bothering me, I will give her justice; otherwise [b]by continually coming she will wear me out.’” And the Lord said, “Listen to what the unrighteous judge *said; now, will God not bring about justice for His elect who cry out to Him day [c]and night, and will He delay long for them? I tell you that He will bring about justice for them quickly. However, when the Son of Man comes, will He find [d]faith on the earth?”

When He returns, will he find us believing Him, obeying Him, reacting to the world based on his truth, or will we be found with the rest the world? Will he find us doing His will or our will and the will of the world? Important questions!

In the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, Let us now Pray,

Heavenly Father, thank You for Jesus and that all things were made by Him and for Him. I realize that without Him there is no meaning in life. Keep me from being influenced by the enticing arguments, idle philosophies and crude notions of human traditions, which inevitably look for answers to life, anywhere except to the truth, which is only found in the Lord Jesus Christ as recorded in the Word of God. Thank You that He is the only way, the only truth and the only life. May I grow in grace and in a knowledge of Jesus day by day Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! AMEN.

Author: Thomas E Meyer Jr

Formerly Homeless Sinner Now, Child of God, Saved by Grace.

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  1. To all missionary propagandists:
    What a load of empty noise, this noise testament sack of manure. Ezra and the men of the Great Assembly, they sealed the T’NaCH. The Xtian noise testament has no portion with T’NaCH. The Xtian attempt to link the T’NaCH to this sack of manure … Old and New Testaments.

    Proof?? A reasonable demand?

    Which mitzva of the 613 Torah commandments serves as the foundation upon which stands the rabbinic anointing of David as moshiach, made by the prophet Shemuel\Samuel?

    This question, no Xtian theologian to my limited knowledge, has ever given the time of day. Now just how does the noise testament claim that Jesus fulfilled prophetic commandments, when church narishkeit has never learned, upon which precise commandment the prophet Shmuel interpreted from the Written Torah?

    Have held discussions with one Frank Hubeny on his word press blog. There he writes: [[[“””You do realize, I hope, that you have to argue from my presuppositions, what I accept as true, and your rejection of Jesus as your Messiah, if you want me to take your argument seriously.”””]]]

    The arrogance of this declaration reminds me of the contrived Xtian vs Jewish debates over Jesus as the Messiah during the Dark and Middle Ages of European christendom. But today the church stand utterly disgraced by the Shoah war crimes against humanity. Xtianity, a dead religion in both Europe and the United States. The church has no monopoly stronghold over secular governments that it had during the height of the European dark ages. And Europe fought and lost TWO Civil Wars in the 20th Century. Israel rose from the ashes of the 2nd European Civil War and in 1948 fought and won the first of its two Independence Wars, the other occurred in June 1967.

    Objective scholarship does not muddy the waters by injecting personal beliefs, Creeds and Dogmas developed during the Dark and Middle Ages. Personal beliefs compare to bribing a judge in a case before the court. The Talmud by contrast stands upon the revelation of the Oral Torah logic system; it teaches Aggadita, meaning mussar, woven together with ritual halachic observances which bnai brit persons can do in their day to day lives.

    Aggadic mussar stories require no historical basis. Aggadik mussar serves as the literature which communicates the logical interpretation of prophetic commandments unto all generations living. Xtianity by sharp contrast does not teach mussar. Xtianity preaches these archaic Creeds and Dogmas, telling the faithful what they need to believe. During this period, the church opposed individual or group study of the Bible; learning the Bible together with Talmud and Midrashim, the Church hung the ax of eternal damantion over the heads of its “flocks”; the public burning at the stake of all heretics.

    The church imposed strict decrees which demanded absolute obedience from its “flock”, to believe and obey the decreed Creeds and Dogmas which the Priests of the church proclaimed. Any “flock” member or group which challenged the church dictatorship of faith, the priests, together with their crusader like German mobs, these cowards hunted down the heretics and slaughtered – every man, woman, or child, like a pack of dogs hunting after rabbits.

    Ebionites, an early Jewish sect, declared heretical for their claims that Jesus was the Messiah but was not divine. They interpreted the Jewish law and rites with Jesus’ exposition of the law and insisted in the necessity of following those laws and rites. The Arians hold that while the son of God, Jesus neither eternal, nor as fully divine as God the father; that Jesus was a lesser, created being. This theology preached a rejection of the divinity of Jesus and taught that Jesus was created by the Father and that the title “Son of God” was merely given to Jesus as a courtesy.

    Free Spirit heretics, held that once people reached a “saved” state of spiritual perfection, laws no longer apply to them. Marcionites, argued that the vengeful, angry God they found in the Hebrew T’NaCH was an evil tyrant, separate from—and inferior to—the loving, forgiving God of the New Testament. Like many of their contemporaries, they perceived the world as a battleground between the forces of good and evil. The sect called Antinomianism preached a very similar theology, which taught that matter (the physical world), created by an evil god, and therfore evil. While the spirit, having been created by a good god – defines the good. In this view, the spirit must be freed from the chains of the material body.

    Euchites/Messalians theology preached an overemphasis on prayer and spiritual experience at the expense of disregarding the church and its sacrements, especially baptism; and renouncing social and work relations. They also believed that the essence of the trinity could be perceived by the carnal senses; that God transformed himself into a single substance, to merge with souls of the perfect state. This achieved, state of perfection, only attained by unceasing prayer and prayer alone.

    The Donatists believed that baptism and other sacraments administered by so-called “traditores”[according to Maureen A. Tilley, Ph.D.] — Xtians who had willingly repudiated their faith in the face of persecution from the Roman Empire — became invalid. Validity of sacraments depends on character of the minister. Furthermore their theology preached the prioritation of martyrdom, as the supreme Christian virtue regarding those who intentionally sought out martyrdom as saints. They held to very stringent views claiming that church clergy live completely faultless in their social behavior, for their services to sanctify holiness.

    The Cathars believed that the physical world exists as the deceptive handiwork of an evil god. Avoiding meat, cheese and some other foods, as well as refraining from sexual intercourse, their theology preach as the way to connect with the spiritual world. Modalism claimed that although God lives as a single person, He has revealed Himself in three modes throughout biblical history. The Old Testament God said to define reality through means of “the mode”: of The Father, at the incarnation, in “the mode” of The Son, and after Jesus’ ascension, in “the mode” of the Holy Spirit. These modes, by this theology preaches that they have never existed simultaneously. Therefore, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit never existed at the same time.

    The Docetists proposed that the Son of God never fully took on human flesh and that the body of Jesus was an illusion, just as Zeus in Greek mythology took the form of a bull to seduce Europa. Jesus, therefore, never physically died on the cross. Marcionism accepts Jesus as the savior. But rejected the T’NaCH God of the condemned ‘Old Testament’. Their theology preached that the God of the ‘Old Testament’ existed as a distinct lower god, than the all-forgiving God of the New Testament.

    The Eutychianism, this movement started by a monk named Eutychus (A.D. 378-452) that held to the notion that Christ’s humanity was absorbed by his divinity. Eutychus believed that Christ was of two natures, but not in two natures. Consequently this theology preached a Creed that Jesus life defined New Testament divinity; this divinity remained separate and apart from humanity.

    The Nestorians believed that the human and divine persons of Jesus remained separate; thus for them “Jesus Christ” and “the Son of God” are not quite one and the same. Pelagian theology derived their name from Pelagius, a British monk who preached in fifth-century Rome. He allegedly declared that Xtians could earn their way into Heaven by doing good deeds, without the need of divine grace.

    The Conciliarists lived at a time in the Middle Ages when two and sometimes three rivals simultaneously claimed themselves as the true Pope. They believed that church councils hold ultimate authority and even have the power to depose the Pope. They were formally condemned at the Fifth Lateran Council of 1512–1517; ultimately, the doctrine of papal infallibility was declared in 1870.

    The Lollards lived in 14th- through 16th-century England, perhaps influenced and inspired by the teachings of John Wyclif. A controversial philosopher and theologian at the University of Oxford. Rejecting transubstantiation, the powers of the Pope and many ceremonies of the church, they advocated for what some have called a “premature Reformation.”

    Adoptionism theology preaches that Jesus lived only as a non-divine man; that he was extremely virtuous; that he was, at some point, “adopted” as the Son of God by the Spirit descending on him. Adoptionism, also known as Psilanthropism and Dynamic Monarchianism. God granted Jesus powers and then adopted him as a Son.

    Albigenses theology preaches a Creed which believes in Reincarnation and two gods: one good and other evil. Apollinarian theology preaches a Creed that Jesus’ divine will overshadowed and replaced the human. Eutychianism dogmatism preaches that Jesus lived his life as a finite human being; his human nature, swallowed up by his infinite divine nature.

    Gnosticism – Dualism of good and bad, combined with a secret special knowledge of salvation. Gnosticism, represents a diverse group, but in general it preached that people possess divine souls. These divine souls, alas trapped in a material world created by an evil god. This evil T’NaCH god, ironically often identified as the God of Abraham. The Gnostics rejected and vilified the human body. Their theology preached that the material body merits destruction by the true God. In order to free humanity from the evil god who has imprisoned souls inside human bodies. Kenosis creed theology believes that Jesus gave up some divine attributes while on earth.

    Luciferianism influenced by Gnosticism held to the veneration of the characteristics associated with Lucifer, revering Lucifer not as the devil with ill intent, but as a liberator, guardian, guiding spirit and even as the true God. Macedonianism/Pneumatomachians embraced the theology which preached the divinity of Jesus. But denied the divinity of the Holy Spirit, relegating the Holy Spirit as a substance created by The Son. Manichaeism, a Gnostic dualistic heresy birthed by Mani (c. 216 – c. 276) which held the idea that the material world exists as evil, and the spirit world – the essence of ‘the good’; that these polar opposites are involved in a struggle between the good spiritual world of light, against and opposed by the bad, the material world of darkness.

    Monarchianism – God is one person. A unitarian theology which preaches of God being a single person as opposed to a Trinity of personages, which arose from attempts to preserve monotheism and reject the notion of tritheism. Monophysitism, a theology applicable only after the resurrection and incarnation of Christ. The divine Logos revealed as Christ, had one unified nature – either only divine or a synthesis of divine and human, but single nonetheless. That Jesus had only one nature: divine. By sharp contrast, Monothelitism theology preaches the belief that Jesus Christ had two natures but only one will, contrary to the orthodox christological view that Jesus Christ has both a divine and human will each corresponding to his two natures.

    Montanism preached a theology which claimed that its prophesies superseded and fulfilled the doctrines proclaimed by the apostles, emphasizing ecstatic prophesying, avoidance of sin and church discipline, chastity and remarriage. The view also held to the notion that Xtians who “fell” from grace could not possibly be redeemed.

    Nestorianism theology preached – Jesus lived as two persons. Patripassionism theology preaches that the Father suffered on the cross. Pelagianism theology preaches that Man remains unaffected by the fall and can keep all of God’s laws. Semi-Pelagianism theology preaches that Man and God cooperate to achieve man’s salvation. Socinianism theology preaches a denial of the Trinity. Jesus – a deified man. Subordinationism theology preaches that the Son exists as a lower\lesser revelation than that of the Father, as expressed through both essence and\or attributes. Tritheism theology preaches that the Trinity lives as really three separate gods.

    Apollinarianism believed that Jesus had a human body, a divine mind, but only a “lower” soul; that humans propagate souls along with bodies. Antinomianism believes that Xtians are freed from all obligations of the moral law through grace. Jehovah’s Witnesses compares to Arianism. Its theology preaches a rejection from the trinity dogma. They believe Jesus to be a created being, the archangel, Michael. As such, Jehovah’s Witnesses deny the full deity of Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Kenosis introduced by Gottfried Thomasius (1802-1875) which held that Jesus voluntarily gave up some of his divine attributes (omniscience, omnipresence, and omnipotence) while in his incarnate state such that he was not fully divine, in order to fully accomplish the work of redemption.

    Mormonism, a theology which favors polytheism. Its preachers preach the preach that human beings preexisted in a spirit realm and were produced through the procreation of a god and goddess wife; allegedly human beings simply entered human bodies in the form of babies and as a result. These babies lose their memories of the preexistence of their parents. Other preached notions about the Gods: this theology spouts off ideas that God used to be a man on another planet, the notion that the Trinity is three separate gods and that grace alone is not enough for salvation. The possibility for man to become god, baptism for the dead, and other such nonesuch. ( All this preachy preach preach learns from ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’, and the tale of the Shakespearean play: the Royal Nonesuch.)

    Xtian theology, what ever its fashion or flavor, prefers its theology and dogmatism – over the revelation of the Oral Torah which Moshe the prophet heard directly from HaShem at Horev\Sinai. Hence the Gemara in the opening pages of Avodah Zarah teaches that the Goyim all together abandoned the oath brit faith, which makes a spiritual middot alliance of t’shuva made between the Yatzir Ha’Tov and the Yatzir Ha’Rah, whereby HaShem for ever judges, by the terms of the oath brit alliance cut between Avraham and HaShem, between the two opposing and contrasting sets of social interaction middot\attributes of human nature.

    In point of fact, there does not exist enough historical physical evidence of Jesus to write a descent obituary for this silly Jesus son of Zeus myth. And that’s the rub of all heresy encapsulated into a single psycho-nutshell, as expressed throughout history, which defines the stupidity and insanity of ‘religious Man’.


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