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You Finally Realized our Christian God Isn't in the Old Testament: Now What?


For some it's a sudden cleansing epiphany - for others it's a gargantuan struggle encompassing all five stages of a painful journey - denial, anger, bargaining, depression and finally, acceptance. In today's episode we look at life outside of the 'Judeo-Christian' prison complex.

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For some it's a sudden cleansing epiphany. For others it's a GARGANTIA and struggle encompassing all five stages of a painful journey denial, anger, bargaining, depression and finally, acceptance. In today's episode, we look at life outside of the Judeo Christian prison complex, the latest news, history and analysis from the perspective of the First Christians. Tune into the FBN worldwide twenty four seven radio stream. Now your host, Darren Colomba. My first word is, of course, congratulations. You manage to escape but one of the most fortified and guarded theological mental prisons ever built, and since its construction in three twenty five a d at the Council of Nicea few have managed to get out enjoy the sunshine and freedom of not being chained to an alien deity and beliefs. You...

...are now reconnected to the first Christians and now you know God has revealed to us only through Jesus Christ. Your original Christian Bible of one forty four a D with the gospel of the Lord is your cornerstone of faith. Now two thoughts are probably going to come to the forefront. After you had this epiphany. One is regret, regret at having lost so much time in that prison. The other thought is that you want to go back and help others escape so that they can also be free. Now. Both of these are valid thoughts, but I want to address them, especially the latter thought, and urge you to exercise a little bit of caution. You see, some people react badly when their entire perspective of reality is turned upside down. They can become angry not only the idea but also at you personally. Let's Harken back... Plato's allegory of the Cave. Maybe you're familiar with it, and how the Freedoman went back and was confronted by the reality of the consequences of trying to help the other prisoners. They mocked him, they said he was a fool to think that there was anything other than the reality of the cave and it's shadows, and they were angered by what he was telling them. Now, we're obligated to be a tunnel of life for others. There's no dodging that responsibility, but we're also obligated to use a little bit of common say it's now. A further example would be of trying to rescue someone who is drowning. Without training and common sense, it may be you that ends up drowning. The first Christian Bible in the pre nice seen Christian denominations, like the Marcianites that sprang from it, are still here. They're not going anywhere,...

...and it's a blessing that you've become a part of it, and we want you to remain a ray of light for others, and this is why we urge you to be sensible. Now, in light of this Satanic Covid scam currently in play, it's especially important that you seek out and be among others of a like mind. We're in the midst of a great separation the wheat from the chaff, and interactions with Chaff hostilaite is Jews and others that refuse to let go of the carnal ways. They're like dogs returning to their own vomit. Those interaction should be kept to a minimum and done carefully and with prayer. Now, in some cases you're dealing with people who believe in a God that commands the murder of women and children, cutting off hands without pity, human sacrifice and giving platters of human for skins is wedding gifts. These are probably not mentally stable people and you should tread carefully anyway. By... you probably have a copy of the very first Bible from one hundred and forty four, a d with its gospel of the Lord and the ten original epistles. And for those of you who want an academic deep dive into the backstory of how it was compiled and the people involved, the the nuts and bolts of the underlying theology and Ecclesiastical Schematics, I would recommend a book called the first New Testament. It's by Professor Jason Baddoon. I'll live a link in the show notes if you're interested in that. It's extremely well researched and annotated. You're going to find that your faith is well documented and able to stand up to any academic scrutiny. Now, one of the ways to meet others of the pre nice seen faith is through a forum set up by the Marcianite Church. It's accessible only through a special tour browser which is designed to...

...stay up even in the event the DNS naming services are shut down. In fact, in the event of a large scale digital censorship attack or mysterious state sponsored hacker attack, or maybe one of the few ways to stay updated it and stay in touch, all of a link in the show notes for the Mercy Night Forum and for getting a copy of that free tour browser. Now, brotherhood and a shared faith are the building blocks of our Christian religion, and that means sticking together. Is the world churns in a satanic wave. Let us pray that more people come to the light, as reflected in the gospel of the Lord, and that they themselves become a ray of light for others. On Darren Kalama, and this is first news on FBN.

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