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Protestants still cannot demonstrate their doctrines of merit and satisfaction from the early Church. The fact of the matter being that the Church Fathers views on satisfaction, merit, and penance are closer to the Catholic point of view and contrary to the Reformed perspective.
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>>16643047
>>16643054
continuing, the reason I say you have no prior reason to even believe in this thing called "initial justification"; it's nowhere in the Bible.
Anyone; man, woman, boy, and girl, knows that
>But to him that worketh not, but believeth
is present tense continual aspect.
It's not some thing that happened once as an initial justification, it's him that doesn't work, but believes.
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>>16643054
Scripture is very clear about the transformative power of sanctification, we are "new creatures" in Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17). Paul is also very clear that

1. that upon justification we are to die to sin and no longer be enslaved to it (Romans 6:5-6),

2. that those who do in fact sin after justification and do not live by the Spirit will not be saved (Romans 8:13),

and 3. that Christians who continue in obedience will lead be lead to life:

>Do you not know that, if you present yourselves to anyone as obedient slaves, you are slaves of the one whom you obey, either of sin, which leads to death, or of obedience, which LEADS to righteousness?
>But thanks be to God that you who were slaves of sin have become obedient from the heart to the form of teaching to which you were entrusted
>and that you, having been set free from sin, have become enslaved to righteousness.
>I am speaking in human terms because of your limitations. For just as you once presented your members as slaves to impurity and lawlessness, leading to even more lawlessness, so now present your members as slaves to righteousness, leading to sanctification...
... But now that you have been freed from sin and enslaved to God, the fruit you have leads to sanctification, and the end is eternal life...
(Romans 6:16-19; 22)

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>>16643135
>their positions is much too strong
True. Thank you.
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>>16642981
St. Paul is clear, justification is by faith alone. Cope.
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>>16643165
He never even comes close to teaching that.

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Was Leningrad a genocide? If so, the Finns are evil.
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>Genocide is the intentional destruction of a people[a] in whole or in part.
>Polish lawyer Raphael Lemkin coined the term genocide in his 1944 book Axis Rule in Occupied Europe,[8][9] combining the Greek word γένος (genos, "race, people") with the Latin suffix -caedo ("act of killing").

Leningrad could not have been a genocide because russians are nit people.
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>>16644048
And that’s a good thing
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>>16644107
You don't need to speak on our behalf. We hate you brownoids more than Russians.
t. Finn
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total zigger genocide was needed back then and we blew it

>>16644215
You don't speak on my behalf, I hate brownoids and ziggers equally
t. finn
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>>16642662
ive always wondered why the finns and the germans didnt try to take the city together especially during the early days when it was incredibly weak

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I wish the Holocaust wasn't bullshit.
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I wish the bible was actually true
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>>16644596
I wish that 4chan wasn't shit.

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why didn't they fight back against british occupation like the irish did?
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>>16643281
yeah
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>>16643249
The IEC was actually disproportionately stuffed with Highlanders. James MacPherson’s literary and political career was in large part financed by a circle of Highland nabobs that made fortunes in India.
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>>16643923
It’s also of note that the modern day Highlands is a) the most Presbyterian part of Scotland c) the heartland of the Unionist/Rangers side of their culture despite being Gaelic.
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>>16644322
>live in a land of crotch-high thistles
>don't invent pants
real geniuses
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>>16644550
The Highlanders were actually enthusiastic adopters of pants, they were just an expensive status-symbol for the gentry. The actual traditional garment of Highland gentlemen was a pair of trousers called Trews, accompanied by a large kind of toga called a great-plaid (or a “kilt”. What we now call a “kilt” was invented by an English Quaker industrialist as a more practical version of the greatplaid for his workmen that could not afford Trews.

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So there's this duality between pragmatism and skepticism, where is the truth?
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>>16643429
When you discover that adopting a skeptical point of view leads to a more predictable development, many fall into dogmatism, thinking that their fate, although predictable, is different in a positive way.
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>>16643436
Obviously. Beliefs should be tested, they should give beneficial results
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>>16643414
>humans are causing climate change
nice goalpost shifting
didnt it used to be
>humans are gonna turn the earth into venus
?
that said; creationists are moving towards "Apparent Age"
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>>16643442
That's because skepticism is just another dogma. Read Nietzsche.
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>>16643754
Where is the truth between these two dogmas?

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Has nationalism been ever fully implemented?
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>>16644293
It's not about even the moral aspect of it.
It's a different methodology with different results and reactions from other countries/powers around you you fucking brain dead mongoloid
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>>16644360
>different results
an ethnostate is an ethnostate. Which part of this is your retard gorilla nigger brain having trouble understanding?
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>>16644364
You can get thin by eating less or cutting off your fat with a knife.
The method alters the result even though in both cases you have less fat objectively.
Please be bait
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>>16644025
Germany
Japan
Both Koreas
Turkey
Baltics and Eastern Bloc post WW2 (but it was weird because despite it being implemented by communists it turned out anti-communist)

Fundamentally speaking, Germanosphere, Scandosphere, Eastern Bloc countries, Japan, Koreas, Mainland Southeast Asia, Caucasus and Central Asia were or are ethnonationalistic with remnants of it even in most liberal ones like Sweden on Germany

Meanwhile Western Europe, North America, Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, Nafri countries, China,Russia, Ukraine and Belarus were and are civilian nationalistic

That's the sphere of nationalism in the modern world
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>>16644194
Yes and no. Yes in the modern secular sense, no in the old "sacred" one. You don't need an empire to rule effectively and expand as much as you can sustain to, but you need one if the people you rule believe in an organic hierarchical society where every part contributes to the physical and spiritual well-being of the whole.
>Inb4 Rome, Venice
Rome had a pontifex maximus and all kinds of religious traditions to give meaning to Republican rule. The average pleb or patrician even was not an Epicurean.
Venice grew commercially and politically in the liminal space between ERE and HRE. It was part or satellite of both at various points, and always part of the Catholic world ruled by ROME.

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Why are these so many insecure Hispanics making threads that they wuz kangz? Every 5th thread is just about how meds (they really mean Hispanics) are superior to nordcucks. It’s bizarre. Am I the only one noticing this
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>>16644523
>mongrel complex
>clinical autism
>child level contrarianism
>absolutely No connection to reality just acting On their own delusions

I predict they will soon become mocked and laughed just like Poles become in 2000s and Indians become in 2010s. Also don't forget the most active one is literally Filipino-Puerto Rican reggaeton monkey who is unemployed bum living off the grandpa inheritance
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what else are they gonna do reatard
niggers are too retarded to solve the captcha so you don't see that many of them here spamming shit, there will be 4 billion niggers

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Historically what did Jesus do to question and rebel against the powers of the Roman authority at the time?
I always here from my white Christian friends that Jesus was a rebel and leading a resistance against the Romans. Is this true?
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>>16643146
>Historically what did Jesus do to question and rebel against the powers of the Roman authority at the time?

Nothing. Jews try to say he was in a rebel dissident but the Romans, they found no crime in anything he had done.
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>>16643456
This
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He was meeting with armed men on thr night of the passover, at least one had a sword when the Roman's raided and arrested him. Passover was a tense time and jews would riot after being inflamed by stories of the exodus and the Romans had to reinforce Jerusalem with garrisons.
His own belief about being the messiah was also threatening to Rome since jews took that to mean a king who would battle and expel the goyim. Rome crushed other uprisings lead by messiah claimants. The interview with Pilate and the placard above the crucifix both point to that being related to the conviction.
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>>16643316
The thief was probably a bandit.
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>>16643264
Anon, that namefag is a kike.

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Plato ruined Western civilization by denarrativizing truth. His cave allegory was deliberately set up like the Greek theater to make people doubt their personal heritage and tribal commune in favor of an impersonal God. He is the ultimate deceiver for using narrative to persuade others that truth can't be found within narratives. The dissolution of the tribe, family, and homeland starts with Plato.
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>>16642188
Protip: "Western" means "human."
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>>16642200
Now you're speaking my language
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>>16642135
>His cave allegory was deliberately set up like the Greek theater to make people doubt their personal heritage and tribal commune in favor of an impersonal God.
Probably so. He was very critical of the Greek poets and how damaging the stories of the gods could be to children growing up and taking them literally. He correctly posited that hearing about how the degeneracy of the gods would give kids the impression that it was good behavior for them, and suggested not allowing kids to hear the stories until they were old enough to understand things figuratively. The Greek mythos and culture, I'm sure, was full of good stuff, but there was an obvious corruption that even Plato felt merited rethinking. He probably just didn't speak out about it more forcefully because of what happened to Socrates.
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>>16642135
Cool smorgasbord of lexical nonsense. Your impersonation of a bot is shaping up quite well
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>>16644216
What don't you understand, brainlet? The post is straightforward. Try using that brain of yours for once.

Why is World War 2 considered to start with the invasion of Poland?
Shouldn't the start of the war be the start of the Sino-Japanese war in 1937?
After all the Sino-Japanese war is considered to be part of WW2, it is the opening of the pacific theatre, the casualities form a large part of the WW2 total and it lasted for the duration of the war.
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>>16640259
Euro-centrism.
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>>16644241
>cant be bothered to learn any history
Cope & seethe kike. Apologize.
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>>16644218
It is implied that those countries must be from different continents. The more the better.
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>>16643323
>no? The West had send attaches and arms to China
And that means what? European countries sent attaches to both sides during the ACW and America sent attaches to Europe in their wars.
And prior to 1938 Germany was assisting China, not Japan. There's no logical way to jerryrig a fit where the Sino-Japanese War was a part of WW2 before 1941.
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>>16644395
The German Polish was not the start either then. Nor was the Phony War.
>>16643962
No it was never determined by numbers mobilized because if it was then China vs Japan has everyone beat hands down seeing the mobilization of more people than the commonwealth and US combined.

Britain was a globe spanning empire like America is today. The US vs Afghanistan features soldiers from Europe, Oceania, Asia, and North America. Arguably more nationalities took part in the Afghanistan war than in 1939 WWII.
This is obviously not a world war.

You only want it to be 1939 so you can say Germany caused it.
Germany ultimately only declared on one country “unprovoked”.

If you want to know answers to questions like "Why does God create suffering?" "/the poor?" "untenable and unjustified circumstance, under a vow of silence?" ask his representative on Earth, Larry Fink, an Orthodox Jew and spokesperson for the divine. He is the CEO of the world's largest equity fund. Link below.
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>>16644463
Because posting this link in OP marked my post as "spam".
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/BlackRock

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We all know about World War I World War II and the Napoleonic Wars but in total, how many European people did inter-European conflicts, started and provoked by other Europeans kill? And how did these constant inter-European wars affect the continent in years to come?
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death of people is nothing
poisoning of the gene pool is 1000x worse

/his/ still cannot explain this one.
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>>16644341
>its the faustian warrior spirit that makes them so good
Lmao. They were colonial soldiers in a system they were forced into or had no choice. No different then the plenty of others under other empires.
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>>16644378
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mamluk_Sultanate

and the jannisaries were like the praetorian guard, you are so fucking copeful
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>>16644380
see>>16644383
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>>16644377
>dont you SEE they needed that nigga for his BLACK MIND
sh'yeah fuck off
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>>16644366
>Many eunuchs had incomplete castrations
thats wrong
I know of exactly one account of an incomplete castration. The large majority were successful.>>16644366

Hiw many generations did it take for light skin to evolve?
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>>16644424
42

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https://twitter.com/tofugu/status/810318803414515712

>How the #Japanese government destroyed 80,000 Shinto shrines in the Meiji era. https://tfg.li/stateshinto

https://www.tofugu.com/japan/state-shinto/

>That wasn't the end of it. Shrines with long histories were transformed from celebrating local heroes, legends, or natural spirits to celebrating whatever had propaganda value to the state. So the shrine that paid respect to a powerful tree for a hundred years would suddenly be paying respect to a war hero with no connection to the original shrine.

>Finally, in 1906, the Imperial government announced it would only provide funds for one shrine per village3. That one shrine usually reflected state interests.

>You might think Shinto would have experienced a revered or elevated status during this time, but instead, it was blighted and under siege. During the Meiji era's most aggressive wartime expansion, 80,000 local shrines disappeared4, consolidated into those that followed state guidelines. (For some perspective, that's the total number of Shinto Shrines in Japan today.)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shrine_Consolidation_Policy
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>>16636536
Koreans were enslaved and raped by Han Chinese, Murong Xianbei, Japanese, Mongols, Manchus, white Americans.

Japanese sold Korean girls to Portuguese as slaves.

Every one of those peoples dumped cum in Korean women.
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>>16638230
To be fair, the old Tokyo was burnt to ashes by firebombing campaigns during WWII.
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>>16644201
Due to the consequences of Japan's cultural and ideological development
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>>16643476
>The temples and buildings were completely razed to the ground and rebuilt later with guesswork and shitty old drawings or photographs.
That's... actually what Japan did historically to its buildings. Also y'know the fucking firebombings.
>It was also destroyed before that.
see above
>>16644123
coreans are an eternal slave race and the russian educated kim family was able to use this to their advantage
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>>16644123
>PING PONG CHING LING WE NO SLAVES ODA PIPOL WERE RAPED PING PING!
The mongol cum stains on your soul are never going away, Li chang.
I'm sure you know it better than I do.


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