37:07 How could Satan be pure love? And FATHER Gallagher said, “That’s how good he is.” Unbelievable. Well, according to both Catholics and especially Protestants, this game 90 percent of the population is playing is worse than dualism— meaning a good God vs an equally evil Satan. What has been unwittingly or intentionally proposed by no other than the church establishment is the worst infinite scenario (for humanity) but the best finite conclusion for paid clergy = God is infinitely evil but allows the appearance of finite love. “And we even can tell who has received perfect grace.” My brother believe this. It reminds me of something my brother did when we lived in Louisville back in the early 70s. He would walk up to one boy who he barely knew and tell him that this other kid said something horrible about him. Then, he’d turn around and go to the other boy and say that this kid had also said something horrible about him — neither of the two boys disliked one another nor was there any viable or even non viable reason for these two to have hard feelings towards the other. And notice what my brother used to get these two otherwise happy kids to meet up and fight over after school. The same antagonistic lie originating from the same liar was spoken to two boys while when they were caught alone with one singularly sick intent — to separate two loving boys who were inseparable to begin with (notwithstanding the cunningly perverse imagination of one bored halfwit who was torn in half by the hatred he experienced at home because of his younger brother’s birth who he felt he had to share his mommy’s affection with). By using words. Words will never hurt us. They will only beg us to hate what mere words will never explain— Perfect Love. Good news is that the two boys found out the dumbass who’d tried to trick them. Sadly, it seems most live out a horror story based on evil intentions because of the authority it has given itself. When the crowds heard him say this, some of them declared, “Surely this man is the Prophet we’ve been expecting.” Others said, “He is the Messiah.” Still others said, “But he can’t be! Will the Messiah come from Galilee? For the Scriptures clearly state (Read John 5:39-42) that the Messiah will be born of the royal line of David, in Bethlehem, the village where King David was born.” So the crowd was divided about him. Some even wanted him arrested, but no one laid a hand on him.
And now it becomes clearly common sense how we’ve bought the dullard’s game of authoritarian wordplay.
When the Temple guards returned without having arrested Jesus, the leading priests and Pharisees (theologians) demanded, “Why didn’t you bring him in?”
“We have never heard anyone speak like this!” the guards responded.
“Have you been led astray, too?” the Pharisees mocked.
(Appealing to pride’s egoistical need to appear intelligent. Grade school teachers even use this to get kids to comply in getting the school day over with. And I’m not insulting school teachers. Pre-crastination. Hurry up and wait. But it’s not necessary. Politicians do this well until they go over the top).
“Is there a single one of us rulers or Pharisees who believes in him? This foolish crowd follows him, but they are ignorant of the law. God damn them!”
Wow! Hardly what Jesus did with the those who had been with Him for three days. He didn’t “God damn them!” No, He fed them and had compassion on them.
If to read Tertillian, Origen, Augustine, Plato and more recently, Martin Luther, you will see the same horridly insulting fierceness. More on Marin Luther later. Condescending opportunely to the commoner crowds as naturally and intrinsically stupid, incapable of thinking for themselves. But, who do these same people begin to coddle after they’ve crucified Jesus? Now, they want you to believe in Jesus by worshipping them but refuse to drop the law as Jesus did by going from 10 commandments to two.
Someone with something to lose sounds upset here! And guess what? Another appeal to the most prideful and ungodly authority that existed makes this absurd query. Many have been told as demanded in 1850 by Southern Protestant clergy that the Word of God is inerrant (Catholics demanded at same time the Pope was infallible) and even superior to the Holy Spirit, the Kingdom of God within YOU, “And the Word became flesh,” AND, “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God AND the WORD was God,” we MUST turn around and “taste for yourselves that a God is good.”
It’s such obvious emotionalism as to be laughable. A personal insult is the intent of an insult — egocentric reaction against years of one’s having personally concocted an illusory self-image as 99 percent of all people do in the first half of life. The false self (container). Who else does this even more viscerally than politicians? You got it! Theologians, papacy, clergy people, fearful people and especially people who fear losing a belief system that’s provided financial security and power. And who’s UNDER scripture? No. Scripture is not inerrant and Jesus points this out repeatedly but you will not see it if fearfully looking through the lenses of Hell as a finite conclusion created by man. “You’ve heard it said, BUT I say…” Jesus says this SIX times about the LAW not to mention in John 5:39-42.
But here’s the kicker. What is the blasphemous act within the Bible but spoken at the time outside of the book? BINGO! The Holy Spirit, Spirit of Truth. Not nearly as spiritual sounding as it is intuitively commonsensical but when Holy Ghost is used as parochialism, bucolic — now we’ve just been introduced to superstition being pawned off as supernatural. And who’s been wholly left out as our prime Source of truth? BINGO. The Holy Spirit and she’s not an arrogant or exclusive spirit. It’s nothing but jargon in most churches. And, who is the church? The world of all people. PERIOD. Not a building. “Wherever two OR three are gathered…”. Not two or MORE. If we have already gotten off on a fragmented lame foot called dualism, imagine (and little is necessary now) what will happen with more than three people (our platitude already says even three is a crowd) and keep this misperception (sin is to to miss the point) in promulgation and further away from the singular correct sum, what happens? Now, such a misguided flock of sheep will become defeated, disillusioned, disorderly, divisive, oppositional, full of schadenfreude, leave the Christian label, then conveniently be called “never part of US (tribe has begun)” by referencing 1 John or Hebrews while leaving out 1 John 2:27, Jeremiah 31 and then we’ll see 44,000 denominations that are clearly statistical, statable, and seeable and, yes, too bad to get into heaven and too good to allow anyone else in.
That’s called man made purgatory.
A study has shown the greatest number of professionals who fall under the personality disorder of narcissism are: 1. Clergy 2. Doctors. 3. Attorneys (Narcissism is also known as Messianic personality complex).