Anonymous #racist #fundie archive.4plebs.org

Jesus came for the lost sheep of the House of Israel and no one else. Only white people are going to heaven. Jesus only came to save them, and no one else. He called the Macedonian woman at the well a dog, and if he was here right now, he'd call Georgie boy a nigger, too.

Christianity is a racial religion, and it's taken all the corrupt and heretical churches of the world two thousand years to twist the doctrine of Jesus, Peter, Paul and the laws of the Old Testament far enough that they can LARP at it being universalist. Racemixing is explicitly one of the punishments in the bible that God sends upon his children when they blaspheme. It is described as a curse God sets upon His unruly children to teach them a lesson. If race didn't matter, if niggers and taco goblins and chinks could all somehow get into heaven, then racemixing wouldn't be punishable by death.

Either God changed his mind, which means He's not all-knowing and all-powerful, or God hasn't changed His mind and it's the churches that are wrong. As the divine punishments for sodomy, racemixing, and consorting with Jews escalate, it will become increasingly obvious that what I have said is the truth, and it is the churches and the world that are in the wrong, and not Christ, who is God and King.

If universalism were true, then Jesus would not have said that there will be people at the end who will come before him and say, Lord, Lord, we have done great works in your name, and followed your laws, and done as you asked, and cast out demons in your holy name, only for Christ to respond, depart from me, for I never knew yea. God only cares about one man and his family on this earth, and that's the children of Abraham, who are themselves the children of Adam. God loves Adamites, the Aryan people, and no one else.

You will remember these words, even if you would like to forget them.

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