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Topic: Judeochristian


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  There are many misconceptions and beliefs about Yahweh that abounds in the JudeoChristian churches, which I believe ...
For that is what the JudeoChristian priests of Baal would have you believe; they evidently think this way, although perhaps they would not put it into so many words.
The second change according to the JudeoChristian clergy, that God has changed, meets it direct negative in God’s own words: “I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.” These very definite words are God’s own estimate and declaration of His own nature.
Witness the utter hypocrisy of the JudeoChristians, who declare with all the solemnity possible that God is unchanging, yet at the same time asserts that He has cast Israel off.
www.israelect.com /reference/WillieMartin/Some_Though_About_God.htm   (1690 words)

  
 The Alternative
One of the great falsehoods that the judeochristian clergy teach is in direct opposition to what Christ taught.
The judeochristian church has failed miserably in declaring to the world these two alternatives in spite of the feverish activity called evangelism, in which people are begged, tricked, pressured, and manipulated into church membership by every kind of technique modern psychology can invent in the laboratories of religious clinics, run by jews, and conventions.
The lying, deceiving, false teachers of judeochristianity say “Love the Sinner, hate the sin.” That is such a stupid slogan that it is amazing that so many have bought into it.
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 Hurston v. Henderson, 2001 WL 65204
Hurston about wearing religious tee shirts in the workplace, while JudeoChristian employees were permitted to express JudeoChristian themes on their clothing.
Hurston was told that he could not wear a pentagram to work while JudeoChristian workers were allowed to wear crucifixes and Stars of David.
JudeoChristian workers were told that they were offending others, but Mr.
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Yahweh forbade the eating of the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil and said that if he was disobeyed they 'would surely die'.
I don't think that the projection of the Judeochristians or their marks constitutes a 'Satanism', however.
Muslims more often consider Satan (Iblis, from the same root as 'diabolus' if memory serves) to have been demoted by virtue of not obeying Allah, sometimes because he was *too* devoted to the worship of Allah despite Allah's instructions to Iblis to praise and bow down before human beings (Adam).
www.luckymojo.com /avidyana/shaitan/files/tokus/9705.satnic.tn2   (3128 words)

  
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It is a JudeoChristian concept, and thus by cultural extension, a western concept.
In a sense, she was right, because I am a westerner, and so my cultural mindset comes from a bias of the inclusiveness of JudeoChristian heritage, one in which I have been immersed all my life.
But in her world, Islam in contrast has always been true and pure, because unlike the JudeoChristian system, in Islamic belief, the Qur'an had remained original and unchanged ever since it's 7th Century revelation to Muhammad.
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 Neopaganism and Anti-Religious Immaturity
effectively, what it allows the speaker/religious to do is to *diss* someone's religion and their god(s) -- something which Judeochristians have been doing to one another and to those 'not of them' for countless generations.
in part I think that the reason that exchanges on Enochian magic are so aggressive is the Judeochristian overtones provided to its originating context.
its Judeochristian originating context is to great extent what I don't like about it, but I do like it when it is employed by witches (e.g.
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No, not exactly, but rather, it says that if you intentionally kill a person who is "a believer." It does not generously extend that ~belief~ to the Christian or the Jewish "God", as you as a westerner are likely to interpret it as a result of your JudeoChristian western cultural belief foundation.
The Qur'an refers to "disbelievers" not when speaking particularly of atheists, as you interpret, but rather it applies that term to all people who fail to believe specifically in the Qur'an, upon having been exposed to it, as the final revelation to Muhammad of Allah, in particular.
It's a common (Christian-based, western) mistake to assume that Islam intends to be as inclusive as JudeoChristian belief tends to be.
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As we observed in Chapter One, the inventory of cultures that were once at least partially familiar with the Binary Soul Doctrine is quite extensive.
As I discussed in The Division of Consciousness, the JudeoChristian tradition seems to have once possessed relatively unique insights into these aspects of the Binary Soul Doctrine.
More so than any other tradition in the ancient world, Judaism seems to have seen 'the big picture', understanding what was going on from a long-term historic perspective.
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 Problem with Islam :: Forums :: The Infidel Guy Show :: Taking a Critical Look At What We Believe - Audio, Video, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Sorry, but I can't see how you can divorce what it says in the bible from what the "core values" of Judeochristian belief are.
Nor can I see that "for the most part" the followers of Islam are "killing infidels, burning properties, rioting" etc., which seems to be the basis of your argument for saying that Islam is the "problem".
I think its more about how (or if) widely accepted interpretations have modernized over the years.
www.infidelguy.com /ftopict-16980-Problem-with-Islam.html   (1432 words)

  
 CollegeClub.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The only belief systems containing no influence of Judeochristian thought would probably be those that predate Judeochristianity...
Ya know, if you look into historical writtings and such, there are no forms of wicca that were not influenced by JudeoChristian belief.
I mean, I've not done alot of studying into it, but it would be hard to find a tradition not influenced by Crowley.
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 Definitions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Canar N. (kIn 'Ar; 'kAn Ir) A practitioner of a religion based on or heavily influenced by Wicca, Reconstructionism, any form of reclaiming, or Postmodernist/parody religions -- in short, any of several religions which have increased in popularity as a result of waning faith in Christianity and Secular Humanism as satisfactory philosophies.
As such, it includes modern forms of JudeoChristian mysticism and "New Age," and does not include traditional religionists, such as Hindus and Buddhists: For the most part, canars have made a conscious choice to explore alternatives to Christianity and Judaism, rather than inheriting non-JudeoChristian religions as part of their cultural upbringing.
Wonderlander N. A naive form of canarism usually characterized by an embrace of a primitive form of cultural relativism, the attitude that any religion that promotes positive values is valid, and that the world is a wonderful place.
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 Behind the Name: Message: "Re: Lucifer, Superstar"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
It's been my experience that the ones who make the biggest deal out of so-called "Black Mass" rituals and "Satan as the Anti-Christ" themes happen to be disaffected (and somewhat bitter) former Christians, themselves, who have "defected" from their flock to join "the other side".
Satanism is more a philosophy, as I see it, than an actual religion -- and not necessarily the flip side of any JudeoChristian coin.
If JudeoChristian values appear to come up frequently in Satanic discussions, it is only because here in the U.S. we happen to live in a JudeoChristian culture.
www.behindthename.com /bb_gen/arcview.php?id=640   (237 words)

  
 Satanism Archive
How Satanism can exist yet not be a pursuit of "evil"- is resolved when one considers that most Satanists do not believe in evil at all, and virtually all disagree with the various JudeoChristian understandings of Satan.
Those who do believe in an entity called Satan, tend to believe that the behavior and intent of the being is both noble and misinterpreted.
Satanists remain at odds with a society so suffused with JudeoChristian ideals, that their perspectives are rarely listened to with an open mind.
www.necronomi.com /magic/satanism   (724 words)

  
 [possible spoilers for any CRPG ever made] Killing God. [Archive] - RPGnet Forums
I'd like to stick to ones where you actually kill a supreme being with identifiable Judeochristian overtones - angsty leatherboys with aspirations of dietyhood often fit the "Judeochristian overtones" part, but they fail the "supreme being" test.
Sephiroth's dialogue makes it clear that he wants to become the kind of deity featured in (Japanese perceptions of) western monotheistic religion.Nope.
As I said, he passes the "Judeochristian overtones" test, but fails to qualify on the "supreme being" part - he didn't actually create the world and/or humanity, nor does he rule over either for any meaningful span of time.
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From news.scruz.net!kudo20!tyagi Sat May 3 10:46:29 1997 Path: news.scruz.net!kudo20!tyagi From: tyagi@houseofkaos.abyss.com (nigris (333)) Newsgroups: alt.magick.tyagi,alt.magick,alt.pagan.magick,talk.religion.misc Subject: Magick: Judeochristian, Recipes, Fundies Date: 3 May 1997 02:58:33 -0700 Organization: KudoNet On-Line Services Lines: 171 Sender: tyagi@bjt.net Message-ID:
this doesn't sound the same as you described, but I have an innate resistance to Judeochristian things, the utilization of Hebrew and archangels and such, in magical pursuits.
(oo) I'm being rather intentionally extreme above, yet I think it is important to consider the possibility that the dualism of some Judeochristian cosmological frame- works may make nightmares, the conflict of conscious and unconscious realms, and a distinct anti-terran attitude more common (especially as it continues to operate under Zorastrian or Manichaean influences).
www.luckymojo.com /esoteric/occultism/magic/9705.mgkstyl.tn   (1378 words)

  
 ► » A Use for the East West Thingy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Islamist countries think the West is decadent and JudeoChristian nations think
Subject: Re: A Use for the East West Thingy
Islamist countries think the West is decadent and JudeoChristian nations
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I’ll use the basic definitions in the JudeoChristian bible with variations of my own for purposes of illustration…..
I provided a handout which includes some JudeoChristian scriptures…from Genesis and Reveleation….
Let me read the first of them f
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