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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sat Apr 25, 2009 2:37 am)

Christ, have they got a hold over the Church, or what? No wonder Williamson never stood a chance. Such sensitivity over a load of manipulative, mass murdering liars. I have never really bothered with religion, but could not care if others want to follow it, as long as they don't try and impose it on me. But when I see these creepy little arselickers coming out with such drivel, It is starting to make me loathe the god bothering hypocrite. Shouldn't this nice man be doing something useful, like questioning what Israel is doing in Palestine or something? I thought these types were meant to be against murder "Thou shalt not murder", so why is he grovelling to the murderers in what's left of Palestine then?

As I mentioned, old Williamson didn't stand a chance did he? I thought his supposed comrades would have backed him up and stood behind him -- how wrong I was. I never knew they were fickle traitors, who have more affection and loyalty to a murderous regime, deployed in the M.E.

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No Jewish jokes: Catholic Archbishop
Posted Fri Apr 24, 2009 11:44am AEST


Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson: no Jewish jokes or Yahweh. (ABC TV)

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The Archbishop of Adelaide has told Catholics they should not tell Jewish jokes or use the Jewish name Yahweh in readings and songs.

In a pastoral letter to priests, Archbishop Philip Wilson has asked for a substitute word such as Lord to be used instead of the Jewish sacred name.

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What a tosser




Archbishop Wilson says Catholics must be respectful and sensitive towards Jewish people.

"In the letter it says that what will happen is people who are involved as experts in these areas will make changes so there will be appropriate words that can be used," he said.

"It won't be confusing if you use the word Lord as a substitute or another word as a substitute, then that will work really well.

"My sense about this is we have to be especially careful about the way that we talk about the Jewish people because of the way that they've been persecuted and treated for over a thousand years, and especially during the Holocaust in the Second World War," he said.





http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009 ... 551689.htm

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Postby ASMarques » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sat Apr 25, 2009 4:49 am)

Turpitz wrote:Christ, have they got a hold over the Church, or what?


Er, I don't think he's going to answer your query. So, I may as well do it myself: what is natural comes naturally.

I don't want to sound too conspiratorial, but there is such a thing as the international fraternity of believers in superstitious nonsense.

And oh! how insulted they feel. It's only natural that they should be fighting the holy fight back to back... :fart:

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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sat Apr 25, 2009 6:02 am)

Well that is all well and good. But it doesn't explain why he has abandoned the Palestinians (of whom a great deal are Christian I believe) and watch them knock the hell out of the the supposed Holy Land. I mean, this is what he is meant to believe in isn't it? Yet, he errs on the side of those smashing up and killing what his beliefs entail -- how does that work then?


And as for this:

"My sense about this is we have to be especially careful about the way that we talk about the Jewish people because of the way that they've been persecuted and treated for over a thousand years."


Well, one day you might have the courage to ask yourself why. But going by your cowardly attitude in this seedy little article -- I very much doubt it.

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Postby ASMarques » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sat Apr 25, 2009 6:34 am)

Turpitz wrote:Well that is all well and good. But it doesn't explain why he has abandoned the Palestinians (of whom a great deal are Christian I believe)


Oh that's an easy one. He's hasn't been able to pay attention to us lately. He is still trying to cope with his newly acquired tentacles & cromatophores designed to preach to the intelligent octopuses of the 2nd planet of Gliese 581 who badly need to be saved from their original sin (they ate from the sacred sponge of Science and have been going straight to hell ever since).

Yes, we've been abandoned, and we're not the only ones.

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Postby Halo » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:16 am)

Jerusalem Rabbi Insists the Pope Must Hide His Cross

http://www.time.com/time/world/article/ ... 25,00.html

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Postby ASMarques » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sat Apr 25, 2009 1:10 pm)

Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch, the spiritual authority responsible for overseeing Judaism's most sacred site, told TIME, "I wouldn't go into a church wearing Jewish symbols, out of respect for the place, and I would expect that the Pope would act the same here."
http://www.time.com/time/world/article/ ... 25,00.html


Yes, Jewish rabbis showing off their penises in St. Peter's Basilica wouldn't do.

An interesting point to note: this is apparently an entirely new request grown out of recent sensitivities, since even the photo of John Paul II at the Wall actually shows him wearing a large cross.

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Postby Kiwichap » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sat Apr 25, 2009 4:26 pm)

Turpitz: "Shouldn't this nice man be doing something useful, like questioning what Israel is doing in Palestine or something? I thought these types were meant to be against murder "Thou shalt not murder", so why is he grovelling to the murderers in what's left of Palestine then?"

1Ti 4:1 Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; ...

It looks to me like everything is going to plan Turpitz. Right on schedule and down to the last doctrinal holocult detail. Try not to rock the boat huh.
There was no holocaust.

Tit 1:14 Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.

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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sat Apr 25, 2009 4:39 pm)

1Ti 4:1 Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; ...

It looks to me like everything is going to plan Turpitz. Right on schedule and down to the last doctrinal holocult detail. Try not to rock the boat huh.


Very quaint and all that. But not much help to some Palestinian whose six year old child has just stopped a high velocity round with their head.

Jerusalem Rabbi Insists the Pope Must Hide His Cross


This association with Jerusalem seems to be getting more common as well. Gone are the days when Tel-Aviv was the capital. Complete contrast in relation to Palestine which seems to have vanished.

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Postby Kiwichap » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sat Apr 25, 2009 7:58 pm)

Turpitz: "But not much help to some Palestinian whose six year old child has just stopped a high velocity round with their head."

Should we even be worried Turpitz? Just think about the millions of the unborn, every year, in your own back yard. That sharp surgical vaccum cleaner that chops you up and sucks you out. Unlike the Palestinan child, this child had no chance of dodging that bullet.

It's no good mourning for the sins of the Jews Turpitz. Ya first gotta mourn for your own, to get a clear head...

So the Pope must hide his cross huh? ya just gotta laugh. Yet, hiding his cross. That's like getting to a customer and finding you have no business card to give him. ..How will he remember you? ..Are you sure he got your number? What was that guy selling?

There are some great times in history, and this is one of them. Will this Pope go down in history as the 'Ashamed Pope' who hid his cross while in Jerusalem?
Mar 8:38 Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation; of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels.


This is the stuff of eternal historical anecdotes. This will be spoken of in religious circles until the end. Like the time there were two Popes. One in France and One in Italy. They both excommunicated each other. Ya just gotta laugh.
There was no holocaust.



Tit 1:14 Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.

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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sun Apr 26, 2009 10:20 am)

Should we even be worried Turpitz? Just think about the millions of the unborn, every year, in your own back yard. That sharp surgical vaccum cleaner that chops you up and sucks you out. Unlike the Palestinan child, this child had no chance of dodging that bullet.


Just because there are other things going on, does not mean you have to ignore them. Everyone should be concerned about everything that is going on, instead of burying your heads in the sand. It is this pathetic attitude that has got us to where we are today. Make no mistake about it, Jewry has set up shop in most western governments and they work day and night carving you Goy up, and all you placid serf's can do is say "Oh, don't worry about it. I think I'll just stick my head up my arse a bit longer, and by the time I pull it back out, things might have changed."

It's no good mourning for the sins of the Jews Turpitz. Ya first gotta mourn for your own, to get a clear head...


I have got a clear head, this is why I can see Jewry walking all over everyone. And all we can do is lay a red carpet at their feet, before they crap on us.


So the Pope must hide his cross huh? ya just gotta laugh. Yet, hiding his cross. That's like getting to a customer and finding you have no business card to give him. ..How will he remember you? ..Are you sure he got your number? What was that guy selling?


He will hide his cross though won't he? No two ways about it, completely dominated by the righteous ones.


There are some great times in history, and this is one of them. Will this Pope go down in history as the 'Ashamed Pope' who hid his cross while in Jerusalem?


He will go down in history as all the others over the last forty years -- a cowardly traitor.

This is the stuff of eternal historical anecdotes. This will be spoken of in religious circles until the end. Like the time there were two Popes. One in France and One in Italy. They both excommunicated each other. Ya just gotta laugh.


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Postby MrNobody » 1 decade 1 year ago (Sun Apr 26, 2009 9:44 pm)

Kiwichap wrote:
It looks to me like everything is going to plan. Right on schedule and down to the last doctrinal holocult detail.


Yeah, there's no need to shit on the Bible, not when German Theologians are doing it in the name of everyone else, whether you've asked for it or not.

Ya see itz never about finding balance, even though thatz what they hark & scream, itz really about shifting the polarity from one extreme to the other, up iz down, bad iz good, black iz white, this iz borne out in this statement regarding the emasculation of God :

We are very much used to speaking about God in the masculine In the new translation, however, the feminine aspect prevails



German Bible Goes Politically Correct

The new German translation of the Bible should be free of gender bias and anti-Semtism
A new German translation of the Bible is aimed at ridding the Holy Scriptures of their misogynist and anti-Semitic traits
as well as flashing out the relationship between the poor and the privileged.

A new German translation of the Holy Scriptures, entitled "The Bible in Fair Language," will be published this fall, in time for the international book fair in Frankfurt. A team of 42 women and 10 men worked on the translation for five years in an attempt to render the 2,400 pages of biblical texts in an easy-to-follow, contemporary language.

For those who do not read the Bible on a regular basis, the new German translation will be easier to understand. Those who already know text well, however, will find it novel and strange.

According to Protestant theologian Claudia Janssen, who worked on the new Bible, the old text has been rendered in a bias-free language.

"Justice is the main topic of the Bible," Janssen said. "And we're trying to do justice to the topic in our translation. Justice has different aspects: We wanted to do justice to the text and the language about the sexes. Social justice is also an important topic, as well as justice in the Judeo-Christian dialogue."

Staying true to the original

The authors of the new German Bible do not want women to feel excluded

Previous Bible translators also wanted to stay true to the original. They always chose words and images, which were quite common and easy to understand in their times, but which no longer seem appropriate.

"Perhaps, you know the sentence from the Epistle to the Romans, in which Paul says: 'I admonish you, dear brothers.' In the new translation, we have 'I encourage you, brothers and sisters,'" Janssen said. "Women were members of the communities at the time. They were prophetesses, teachers, or disciples. They were also there in the everyday life as artisans or fishers. It is them that we are making visible in our translation."

Social justice

Luther's concepts of 'maidservants' and 'serfs' are, for instance, difficult to classify today, because that kind of exploitation and injustice no longer resonates with the contemporary reader. Instead, the new translation speaks of "slaves."

The first translation of the Bible into German by Martin Luther reflected the social realities of his time

The history of Christianity has also been characterized by anti-Semitic sentiments, which kept being disseminated by various biblical translations.

"When, for example, in the Gospel according to John, one reads about the 'Jews,' people say today that Jesus was confronting the Jews. Our translation makes it clear that Jesus was confronting the Jews, but also that he was a Jew himself. We tried to highlight that in various places."

"We try to make it clear that the New Testament is a collection of Jewish scriptures and that the Old Testament is the Book of Jews," Janssen said. "We want to approach that with respect and behave accordingly."

The name of the Lord

In previous German translations of the Bible, God was usually referred to as "Herr." The German word corresponds to the English "Lord" but is also used in everyday language in the sense of "mister." God's name, however, was never meant to be pronounced because it is a part of the divine mystery.

For centuries, the image of God was exclusively masculine

"The most important Hebrew rendering of the name is 'adonai,' which is a special form," said Frank Crüsemann, a professor of theology who himself worked on the new translation and is an expert in the Old Testament. "It means roughly something along the lines of "Herr," but not in the usual sense of Herr Crüsemann or Herr Meier. We name God today with a word which describes any man, which is really totally impossible, a scandal. German Jews used to say 'the Eternal One' -- there are many such circumlocutions, some 10,000 attempts."

In many new translations, God is referred to in the feminine form to stress the fact that God exists beyond the polarity of the sexes.

"We are very much used to speaking about God in the masculine," Crüsemann said. "In the new translation, however, the feminine aspect prevails, which I find to be good and exciting."

A creative contemplation

The new translation is not meant to compete with other translations. It should, instead, highlight the creative co-existence of various interpretations of the original text.

"Every translator knows that their translation has a limited shelf-life, that the theological decisions in the background are temporary and that the language also changes over time," Janssen said. "Basically, as soon as the Bible gets published, we will have to start revising."

"I also hope that all the people who will work with this Bible will start to think creatively about the biblical language and develop their own translations," she added. "Luther said himself: 'I wish a translator was working in every village, every town.'''

http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,2023998,00.html?maca=en-bulletin-433-htm
Wir brauchen eine Bewegung, die Deutschland endlich aus der Kontrolle der Kräfte von Versailles und Jalta befreit, die uns schon ein ganzes Jahrhundert lang von einer Kastastrophe in die andere stürzt.

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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 1 year ago (Mon Apr 27, 2009 9:57 am)

Best delete that hey? After all we must not express facts in this in this society -- that can be scary.

We will just carry on calling it "The Credit Crunch" The invisibles who stole it all, will like that. It is also the reason why they will do it again. A bit like their spying activities.


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