The Perverse, Schizophrenic Theology of Christianity

Richard Stanley

Administrator
An Oxford theology student, Alex O'Connor, explains the perverse theological underpinnings of normative Christianity as expressed by Athanasius and St. Anselm.


Here's a great comment on the video:

megamanusa5
The moral arguments you're describing are there to affirm the authority of the church. That's why there is no way to escape sin - if you can escape sin, you escape the authority of the church. As any fule kno, turkeys don't vote for christmas, and the church is no different. hinduism has the same structure to keep the people perpetually bound - it's called karma.
 
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Richard Stanley

Administrator
The following video is a presentation of 20 perverse and retrograde Christian concepts coming out of the New Testament. John Cedars is a former British Jehovah's Witness, and he provides some interesting insights as to how the JW's frequently go to extreme lengths to justify these noxious perversions. Alex O'Connor, the CosmicSkeptic, is from a British Catholic upbringing.

What is amazing is to consider that so many Christians, such as American Christians, believe that they are for 'Freedom', but this is highly contextual. They like to point out that there are limits to everything, and this is true, but to what extent? One problem is that they never think too deep about taking their Good Book of Mind Slavery seriously. They either consciously cherry-pick what they will observe, or they unconsciously filter out what makes them uncomfortable -- when they claim to have read the entire Bible from cover to cover. Instead, they think more about whether or nut their Christmas ornamentation is under cultural attack.

 
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