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Gnostic Christianity’s hidden in plain sight secret. We must do evil.

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Gnostic Christianity’s hidden in plain sight secret. We must do evil.

 

Given evolution and evil, is the Gnostic Christian myth more intelligent than the Christian myth?

The Gnostic Christian myth explains evil quite nicely as compared to what Christianity has produced.

 

Doing evil must have conscious volition.  In law, they call that idea, mens rea. It is the cornerstone of secular and religious law and shows guilt and the knowledge that one is doing evil to another. When present, that is the only time sin can be applied to mankind.

 

Gnostic Christians posit an evil God, Yahweh, because of his creation of the evolutionary system in place. This system forces us to do evil to others when we win competitions. We must compete to survive and thrive. We must do evil and that is why we see Yahweh as evil. In a more modern sense, not so much evil as a necessary evil. In the Gnostic Christian view, this allows hope that there is another God above Yahweh that might have a better system that excludes that evil. Yahweh then is just our idea of a system we do not like for it’s evils, and we actually hope to be wrong in our evaluation of reality.

 

Do you recognize that you must do evil to survive and that the Gnostic Christian myth is a better way to explain evil than the Christian myth does?

 

Regards

DL

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The Christian Whistle-blower, Jeffrey Daugherty, also believes "Yahweh" is evil, and that the  Gnostic's were practicing real Christianity, and not the corrupted form of Roman religion.  They were wiped out because the Roman church didn't want the truth being practiced...at least this is my understaning.

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On 11/18/2019 at 6:19 AM, jayiniowa said:

real Christianity, and not the corrupted form of Roman religion

To some extent Lutherans and Eastern Orthodox have some of that, but the Roman Catholic Code of Silence or ("respect") or secret confession is strongly opposed to the open confession of Martin Luther and the early martyrs.

o·mer·tà
/ōˈmertə/
noun
  1. (as practiced by the Mafia) a code of silence about criminal activity and a refusal to give evidence to authorities.

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On ‎11‎/‎18‎/‎2019 at 10:19 AM, jayiniowa said:

The Christian Whistle-blower, Jeffrey Daugherty, also believes "Yahweh" is evil, and that the  Gnostic's were practicing real Christianity, and not the corrupted form of Roman religion.  They were wiped out because the Roman church didn't want the truth being practiced...at least this is my understaning.

I, and the more intelligent posters, will agree.

Regards

DL

 

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On 11/18/2019 at 6:19 AM, jayiniowa said:

"Yahweh" is evil, and that the  Gnostic's were practicing real Christianity, and not the corrupted form of Roman religion.

 

On 11/20/2019 at 9:34 AM, Gnostic Christian Bishop said:

I, and the more intelligent posters, will agree.

That is the Masonic religion of the Egyptian taskmasters who first enslaved the Jews and kept them in such severe bondage for 400 years to build the pyramids etc.

If "Yahweh" -- יהוה -- is evil, then that monstrous Masonic deity "Jabulon" is held to be God -- an unholy and irreverent mix of Yahweh, Ba`al and Anu.

The Roman Catholics are correct in condemning freemasonry and masonic religions.

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We were speaking of real morals and not of the fantasy world. Logos, not mythos.

As I inferred, the intelligentsia see it.

To say that a religion that is supposed to be Universal, --- the definition of Christianity, --- to create division and hate, is not an intelligent thing to suggest.

Regards,

DL

 

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