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Rules for Christians of Moddb.

Rules for Christians of Moddb.

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After a discussion between MattmanDude, CrazyOldTeenager, and myself, a short (but to the point) series of rules will now be coming into effect for this...

Musings: My faith is Byzantine

Musings: My faith is Byzantine

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Basileus Basileon Basileuon Basileuonton. Translated as "king of kings, ruling over rulers"

What is the Bible?

What is the Bible?

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Just a message from an old wanderer passing through.

Armor, Rank, and Dogma.

Armor, Rank, and Dogma.

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Lot of information for new recruits packed into a mere article. Also has three medal of honor soundtracks to listen too while reading if you want. Enjoy.

God's Grand Army.

God's Grand Army.

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Your new order of business now that you are a member of the Grand Army of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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J.C.D.
J.C.D.

Christians of Moddb group: Your #1 source for big huge walls-of-text comments on Moddb.

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Good one JCD

That for most people must be tl'dr ( Too long didn't read )

The Christians are restless people

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jfpoliveira12
jfpoliveira12

Well, we do like our books. ;)
(Pun absolutely intended).

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Christianity is a religion of practicing good deeds not a religion of reading books only i think

I am holding true my faith in God , the Holy Trinity and everyone else from Heaven but i don't name myself a christian
I think is better this way

Good pun

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jfpoliveira12
jfpoliveira12

Christianity, Judaism and Islam are known as the "religions of the book" because all of their essences are written in their respective holy books.
We Christians love the Bible because it speaks to us of our just and benevolent God, His relationship and treatment with humans, the reason for our suffering, the Salvation through faith and the plans our Heavenly Father has set for us. So yeah, we do love our collection of books we call the Bible. :)

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Yukino-Emiya
Yukino-Emiya

Have a nice day - Youtu.be ^_^

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Sly the elite guy
Sly the elite guy

Never have I been this astounded at how people in society have become. Besides being proud donators to charities and other agency accolades, my father and I have both been conducting social experiments out into the public since 2010, and quite frankly, what we have amassed in our data, the statistics are incredible. We have done all types of social experiments together, even with Mom sometimes and rarely my older brother. But the ones that stand out the most are human honesty and good Samaritan testing.

One experiment we have both conducted was the difference between the rich, the normal/middle class and the poor/homeless. The results that we had collected told one thing broadly; those who have less generally give more and are in many accounts, much more polite than those of higher standing in society. How we know this is that in one test, my father had pretended as though he dropped some money (which was fake of course) on the ground just to see who would pick it up. I was holding the camera and concealed myself in front of the scene. Out of all the people that picked it up, it was the ones that were of higher class in society and on a scale were the ones 9/10 times or 18/20. They were the ones that took it without a second thought and never returned it, which I'm sure without a shadow of a doubt they were in for a big surprise if they used it later.

The higher class people that we have seen before in different regions of conducting this experiment treat poor people like the dirt under their feet. Some act as if they do not even exist among them. And that brings up the questions: why has humanity changed in this course? And why do higher individuals at times treat people that are less fortunate like they are subhumans or outcasts?

The poor that did not pick it up, even if the money was dropped in front of them were approached by my father and was questioned on behalf to why they did not pick it up. The answers they gave were heart-warming. One of the most striking answers I heard was in which had something to do with treating others how they would like to be treated. He asked them when was the last time they had a meal and were rewarded with actual money from my father thereafter. My father made sure that he told them to get a nice warm meal and thus they thanked him and said God Bless you sir and Dad wished them a great day. They gave a big hug to each other as a final farewell.

We did another in the U.S. where my father pretended he was a blind man and asked only a few people about a huge (but fake) gift card reward that came in the mail for him. The first guy, who had appeared to be a business man of a company was approached by my father and was questioned about whether his card was the winning one. He gave it to the man so he would have a look and as I predicted, he walked away with the card. A second later after my dad was asking hello (like a blind man) and then jumped right in front of the guy. He was surprised to see that my father had tricked him to see what he’d do. He told the man he was not blind and that it was all an experiment to test him and after that, the man said, as quoted, “You little bullsh**ter!” He then walked off in anger after that while Dad and I shook our heads in disappointment.

Another experiment was when my older brother pretended to be a homeless guy and acted as though he was resting near a bench at a local park with a sign and a basket on it. The sign said "Anything helps." Well, I placed over £100 in the basket. And what do you know, some thief tried to take it. That’s when my brother got up when I gave him the cue and that guy was scared running from him since my big brother is a huge guy (and by huge, I mean 7ft tall and 295 lbs./ 134 kg).

I even did one myself with my brother filming when it came to flirting with girls and getting their numbers. I had to ask them when I had just a bicycle, but they declined. But with an exclusive car, I didn't even have to approach them. They were like moths to a lamp with that. This world is just so twisted.

To be honest, at the end of the day, one can only wonder why society and the human race as a whole has become so shallow nowadays. We react to more negativity than positivity, we’d rather give more attention to bad things other than good things, and when we ask people to explain why, they would give no answer or feedback at all, whatsoever. It remains a mystery to me and the rest of my family alike. We would probably be utterly disgusted if we were to see ourselves as mankind in a mirror, so disgusted that it may have a medusa effect by turning us to stone, or the mirror would shatter due to the atrocity of the appearance of mankind now. A monster I would say. Satan has probably been up to his old tricks again, puppeting people to do such bad deeds. But I have faith that one day, God will cut off those corrupted strings and the act of the evil ventriloquist is put off stage, and hopefully for good this time.

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This is because if you are not selfish and a good gatherer of goods and riches you will never become rich in the first place
While the poor are poor because they are too selfless for their own good , always losing and giving away

A world built to serve the rich will ruin the poor and a world where the selfless poor would live just fine would be a hell where no profit could be made by a rich profit oriented person

You cannot satisfy all sides , no matter what

The good way : Plant a tree ,take care if it and let it grow and someday it will reward you with fruits

The bad way : If you kill a cow...you gotta make a f****** burger

As for me , i'd love if everybody would be rich and afford everything
I like being kind and selfless but i'd also like a concept car or at least a ~ 100k SUV . It's a fight with one's self too

Cuddles ! Kim and Joshua both

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Joshua Brisco
Joshua Brisco

Kim, it's not Satan pulling their strings. He may encourage it.
But that's how people actually are deep down, naturally.

What you're seeing is humanity at it's more base "self" mentality.
One of the greatest things Christ taught, was to abandon "self".

Think of others before yourself, that's the golden rule.

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Sly the elite guy
Sly the elite guy

Alas, good things come in small packages. In today's society, trying to find that honest person is like searching for a needle in an enormous haystack. And there in tons of hay in this world with hardly any needles among them at all.

I found that hanging out with people in the military has a different story to tell though, for they hold care for one another almost like family. When one dies in society, there is not that much attention being drawn, whereas one dying in the armed forces would stir a massive amount of earnest feelings, not to mention honoring the fallen heroes. Those individuals are a heck of a lot more altruistic than snobs in society. The two atmospheres are a lot different.

It just baffles me so. And if only we had an answer....

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Joshua Brisco
Joshua Brisco

I am just personally amazed at the political discussions that do spark here. To be frank though I talk politics quite a lot on other sites and religion does always somehow end up involved.

Especially when the opposing party is one of those atheist types who considers all us Christians nothing but science hating hillbillies who are idiots and only turn Christian because our family raised us that way. They try talking like they're experts on the matter. Those people frankly are trolls. It's just a shame there's so many of them.

Respect is pretty much impossible to find these days. I'm not joking when I say that, the world really has gotten this hopeless. Or perhaps I'm just still young and naive and it's just always been that way. Either case, I don't like it. It sucks and it's miserable, wish God would end it.

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thethiefofthecomapo
thethiefofthecomapo

So a while back there was a user called cervi messias on here who condemned Christianity because of what the European settlers did to the Native Americans. This is my response to him:

I noticed comments from you complaining about what "Christians did to your ancestors" but what you fail to realize, is that the Europeans just happened to be Christian when they colonized America and eventually destroyed many of the Native American tribes. That they were Christian though had nothing to do with their actions. Secular Europeans would have done the same. Certainly many self-professed secular "rationalists" of the time also saw the Native Americans as primitives and barbarians (which realistically they were, with several tribes at least practising human sacrifice and cannibalism so they weren't exactly the innocent saints you make them out to sound).

An earlier example would be the Vikings who went to America centuries before the Europeans and ended up having several battles with the Native Americans, all of them bloody. Should we blame Paganism then rather than culture differences and the fact that many nations have always been lustful for new land or resources (which is what most wars in history have really been caused by)?

The deaths of the Native Americans had nothing to do with religion but rather the west's desire to colonize new land. That the Native Americans were primitive didn't help their own cause either.

The British Empire continued expanding their own empire right into the 19th century. They committed many atrocities against the Indians in India (such as massacres) and all in the name of their empire, queen and country. So very secular reasons. And as you know, the American War of Independence was because of the secular British Empire wanting to keep America in its colonies in its ultimate plan to dominate the entire world. Sure England may have professed Christianity as its official religion (it still does now) but everything the British Empire did was secular in nature and done in the name of the Empire not religion.

Long story short, your irrational hatred at Christianity is unfounded.

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Joshua Brisco
Joshua Brisco

Governments often use "faith" as a tool for their own agenda.

Of course God took note of that, didn't appreciate it.
So now United Kingdom is reduced back to its mainland.

Here's all of the territories that gained independence from the U.K.
En.wikipedia.org

I don't hold prejudice against them, they did what any Empire does seeking what is natural to it. But acting under the guise God approved all of what they did would never fly.

Christianity is about a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as a individual.
It's not for global powers to use as tool for conquest or new orders.

I can say God Bless America or God save the Queen when I like.
That will never mean all things we do are going to be "Godly".

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