Rott in hell eternaly

“this is the biggest lie I have ever heard. I seriously hope you people who made up this lie rott in hell eternaly. I am Christian. And i totally believe that Christian rock is in no way at all demonic or anything remotely close to it. I have one question for you though. What kinda of pot or dope were you on when you thought up this? I’ll make sure to warn people that whatever it was makes you go completely crazy. If I knew your name, i would contact a mental institution and get you some mental help. While I’m at it, I might need an exorcist for you too…”

– LilMe85

4 Comments

  1. Hi ive read into Gnostism a great deal over the time ive read the christian apocrapha and while i havent read any of the gnostic gospels i have read a great deal of paraphrased matter. Firstly the wisdom of solomon describes the holy spirit as wisdom if the god of the old testiment is evil why did he have the power to give the holy spirit described as sophia by gnostics. Furthermore if the holy spirit is sophia why did david when speaking to God after the census when god passed jdgement on him (the one who youd call the demiurge ) oh lord please dont withdraw your holy spirit. Id conclude that the holy spirit existed before jesus and could not be sophia. Furthermore the wisdom of solomon indicates the holy spirit leads the wicked to be misled by there own wickedness and therefore shares your demiurges judgemental nature. Id conclude that the god of the bible is a god of process and justice that he offers grace but will also punish those who remain in rebelion. Your religion can be a argued product of valentinus, and syncretism the egyptian/syrian schools of gnostism have few links with the valentinus school to be argued that this school of thought has any history beyond vallentinus. Id ask is your religion just a belief of avoiding hell because your god is bigger by some reasoning. Or does this world deserve justice and judgement but also a chance to seek forgivness and gods love?

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  3. I don’t really think it’s a Christian attitude to hope someone rots in hell. Also, a couple of spelling problems: rot, not rott. Eternally, not eternaly. Thank you.

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