Special 'Den of Vipers' Thread for the Reviled or Slandered--'Getting to Know You'

ConcernedMembers
ConcernedMembers

May 5th, 2010, 4:03 am #1

[color=#0000FF" size="3" face="times]This thread has been created and reserved for postings by so-called "Christians" who SAY or SPEAK malevolently of others. The main reason for this thread is to prevent other threads that deal with serious biblical or religious discussions from being contaminated with toxic remarks and personal attacks that have NOTHING to do with the topic at hand.

CAUTION: If you have little or nothing to contribute to any substantive discussion, but have the urge or tendency anyway to speak of ["badmouth" -- that's right!!!] someone else personally instead of yourself, then, go right ahead at your own risk. Feel free to use your login name or nickname; but, of course, your true identity is much preferred -- others have nothing to worry about identifying themselves.

Finally, please do not waste your time posting personal remarks outside of this thread as they will not be approved. Or, the post may be directed to "The Vipers Den." And where might that be?[/color]

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"What have I said to you ... or about you ... lately?"
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Ray
Ray

May 5th, 2010, 12:53 pm #2

Does this mean that all of the posts from John Waddey and Ken Sublett where they speak against fellow Christians will go here? Or will only those posts that you have passed judgement on will go here?
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Your Ole Pal
Your Ole Pal

May 5th, 2010, 3:59 pm #3

Thank you Ray....couldn't have said it better. Donnie Cruz, try sending this thread along with a video to YouTube. It will get lots of hits. Humor that doesn't employ cursing. It may not be factual, but it is funny.
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Jimmy Wren
Jimmy Wren

May 11th, 2010, 10:54 pm #4

One can read 1 Chron. 5:16 to find where David gave such a command as recorded in 2 Chron 29:25.

1 Chron 15:16-17

16 David also commanded the chiefs of the Levites to appoint their brothers as the singers who should play loudly on musical instruments, on harps and lyres and cymbals, to raise sounds of joy. 17 So the Levites appointed...(ESV)


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Dr. Bill Crump
Dr. Bill Crump

May 19th, 2010, 2:22 am #5

[color=#0000FF" size="3" face="times]This thread has been created and reserved for postings by so-called "Christians" who SAY or SPEAK malevolently of others. The main reason for this thread is to prevent other threads that deal with serious biblical or religious discussions from being contaminated with toxic remarks and personal attacks that have NOTHING to do with the topic at hand.

CAUTION: If you have little or nothing to contribute to any substantive discussion, but have the urge or tendency anyway to speak of ["badmouth" -- that's right!!!] someone else personally instead of yourself, then, go right ahead at your own risk. Feel free to use your login name or nickname; but, of course, your true identity is much preferred -- others have nothing to worry about identifying themselves.

Finally, please do not waste your time posting personal remarks outside of this thread as they will not be approved. Or, the post may be directed to "The Vipers Den." And where might that be?[/color]

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"What have I said to you ... or about you ... lately?"
I thought Ganymede would enjoy this anecdote. The TV show Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? had the following first grade astronomy question: "Which planet in our solar system as seen from earth is the brightest in the night sky?" The contestant said, "The MOON." Of course he was WRONG. The contestant either misread the question or thought that the MOON was a planet. The correct answer was "Venus."
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yam nusono
yam nusono

May 19th, 2010, 6:49 pm #6

"This thread has been created and reserved for postings by so-called "Christians" who SAY or SPEAK malevolently of others."

Dr. Crump, do you feel compelled to post here?
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Ken Sublett
Ken Sublett

May 19th, 2010, 8:50 pm #7

Close enough to be a spooky sign! Remember that Judas was not aware that he was the son of perdition until Jesus gave him the sign of the SOP. Sop having the same root meaning of PSALLO.

Yam Nuso is proof of the false messiah: Dionysus the old wineskin God.

Mizraim, as it stands in the Hebrew of Genesis, without the points, is Metzrim; and Metzr-im signifies "The encloser or embanker of the sea" (the word being derived from Im, the same as YAM (mother) "the sea," and Tzr, "to enclose," with the formative M prefixed).

The worshippers of Varuna and Mitra in the Punjab did not cremate their dead like those who exalted the rival fire god Agni. The grave was the "house of clay", as in Babylonia. Mitra, who was identical with Yama, ruled over departed souls in the "Land of the Pitris" (Fathers), which was reached by crossing the mountains and the rushing stream of death.[75] As we have seen, the Babylonian solar god Nergal was also the lord of the dead.


Another object of wide-spread worship, the Bacchus of the Romans, and Dionusos of the Greeks, was also not of the twelve. The name Bacchus is from the root Ba, he cometh, (as in Bootes,) and Acha, smitten, wounded. Dionusos from Dios, the divine, and Nusos, wounded. In the Syracusan dialect Nusos is said to have meant lame (Hederic. Lex.), wounded in the foot. Dire was the perversion of prophecy in the Bacchanalian and Dionysian festivals of abandoned profligacy. Women bearing branches, the well-known emblem of Him who was to come, the Desire of nations, attended the figure of the divinity, others carrying aloft the foreleg of an animal, kid or lamb. This unexplained symbol seems to have originated from the Oriental word Zeroah (Deut 4:34), the foreleg, suggesting the similar sound Zerah, the seed, the offspring. The serpents also, borne as in triumph by the Bacchantes, can only be accounted for by the tradition, that He who should come should be the conqueror of the serpent (Gen 3:15).

The name was Dionysus or Dionusos. What is the meaning of that name? Hitherto it has defied all interpretation. But deal with it as belonging to the language of that land from which the god himself originally came, and the meaning is very plain. D'ion-nuso-s signifies "THE SIN-BEARER," * a name entirely appropriate to the character of him whose sufferings were represented as so mysterious, and who was looked up to as the great "purifier of souls."

* The expression used in Exodus 28:38, for "bearing iniquity" or in a vicarious manner is "nsha eon" (the first letter eon being ayn). A synonym for eon, "iniquity," is aon (the first letter being aleph). In Chaldee the first letter a becomes i, and therefore aon, "iniquity," is ion. Then nsha "to bear," in the participle active is "nusha." As the Greeks had no sh, that became nusa. De, or Da, is the demonstrative pronoun signifying "That" or "The great." And thus "D'ion-nusa" is exactly "The great sin-bearer."

That the classic Pagans had the very idea of the imputation of sin, and of vicarious suffering, is proved by what Ovid says in regard to Olenos.
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Dr. Bill Crump
Dr. Bill Crump

May 19th, 2010, 9:34 pm #8

"This thread has been created and reserved for postings by so-called "Christians" who SAY or SPEAK malevolently of others."

Dr. Crump, do you feel compelled to post here?
I could ask the same question of "Anonymous," who evidently feels compelled to post here.
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yam nusono
yam nusono

May 19th, 2010, 9:58 pm #9

I concede, it takes one to know one. Have a good evening Dr. Crump!
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Dr. Bill Crump
Dr. Bill Crump

May 20th, 2010, 2:16 am #10

I have the feeling that "yam nusono" (anagram for "anonymous") is not just "passing thru [sic]." I believe we'll see more of his posts right here in this thread. After all, he's now posted twice in this thread.
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