One Video EVERY Christian should watch!

Almost no Christians have read the Bible, an interesting irony given that it is purported to be the source of their religion. When you do read the Bible, its...

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Comment by Galen on October 11, 2009 at 4:42am
Not very good points, imo. As a Christian, I did believe in witches, wizards, and demons. And Christians will routinely tell you how totally evil Harry Potter is; dragging him into the argument is hardly going to convince them!
Comment by DeSwiss on October 11, 2009 at 5:41am
I suppose Thuderf00t might be aiming this video at the so-called "Liberal Christians" out there who are doubting their beliefs, and it's one way of helping them to connect the dots. After all, they are the ones who have eschewed the idea of the supernatural in their religion for the most part.

I have often asked myself why it is that some people disbelieve in witches, wizards and demons and such, and yet they cling to their religions nonetheless. Its like they're paying the premium on an insurance policy each Sunday for a future life that they're not totally convinced exists. And yet they're too frightened to test their theory.

Comment by Skycomet the Fallen Angel on October 12, 2009 at 4:08pm
Is God a vampire? No seriously! He does LIKE blood!
Comment by Skycomet the Fallen Angel on October 12, 2009 at 4:11pm
PS... there really ARE witches, but their powers are fake [at least I think so]. They call themselves "Wiccans" and identify as witches and as a "new religion." [And Xtians think their satanists]
Comment by DeSwiss on October 12, 2009 at 5:32pm
@Skycomet - Well personally, I think Jesus would make a terrible vampire since the whole point of being one is to suck other people's blood, instead giving your own away. Not to mention pieces of flesh. But of course, that wouldn't be the first time Christians got things backwards either. And one must always remember that Christianity is a gerry-built religion with little bits and pieces of other folks religious beliefs from just about everywhere mixed in it.

As for the witches, I do seem to recall reading an instance where Saul sought out a "woman with a familiar spirit" so that he could use her powers to commune with his homeboy Samuel. Or Sammy's ghost anyway. So apparently witches had their uses even though their basic policy was to generally sweep them away. So to speak.


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