The vcast we cover the danger of Noahide Laws and the actions from the Top 2 Selection to Presidential Candidates. We Deep Dive Why I don’t want Trump or Ron as my President if there was a fair election.
Israel banning Christians? Reminds me of Noahide Laws that may kill Christians for worshiping a false God according to some Rabbis.
The Noahide Laws are a set of seven moral and ethical laws that, according to Jewish tradition, were given by God to Noah after the Flood as a universal code of conduct for all of humanity. The laws are based on the belief that all people, regardless of their religious beliefs, are obligated to follow these basic principles.
The seven Noahide Laws are:
Here is the mainstream definition of Kabala that many elites belong to:
Kabala, is a form of Jewish mysticism that seeks to understand the nature of God, the universe, and the soul through esoteric teachings and practices. It is a branch of Jewish spirituality that dates back to medieval times and has evolved over the centuries.
Kabbalah employs various techniques, such as meditation, visualization, and the interpretation of sacred texts, to explore the inner dimensions of Jewish theology, cosmology, and spirituality. It emphasizes the importance of direct spiritual experience and personal transformation, and it seeks to uncover deeper meanings and insights beyond the literal interpretation of Jewish scripture. AICB
Sounds new age to me. Get saved if your into this.
Politically Correct Answer: It is widely acknowledged that millions of Christians have been martyred throughout history, as a result of persecution, violence, or oppression inflicted upon them for their Christian faith. The early Christian persecutions under the Roman Empire, for example, resulted in the deaths of thousands of Christians. Similarly, during the Reformation era, many Christians were martyred for their religious beliefs and practices.
In more recent times, there have been incidents of Christian persecution and martyrdom in various parts of the world, including regions such as the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and other areas. These incidents may include violence, discrimination, imprisonment, or other forms of persecution resulting in the loss of life.
It’s important to note that the actual number of Christian martyrs throughout history is likely much higher than what can be accurately documented or estimated. Many incidents of Christian persecution and martyrdom may go unreported, and historical records may be incomplete or inconsistent. Additionally, different sources and interpretations may provide varying estimates. Nevertheless, the history of Christian martyrdom is a sobering reminder of the sacrifices made by individuals who have faced persecution and violence for their Christian faith. AICB
Estimates of the Number Killed by the Papacy in the Middle Ages
David A. Plaisted
For two or three centuries, many Protestants have given figures concerning the total number of people killed directly or indirectly by the Papacy during the Middle Ages. The numbers given include 50 million, 68 million, 100 million, 120 million, and 150 million. Roman Catholics typically give much smaller numbers. Frequently the figures are stated without any information about where they came from or how they were computed. The purpose of this note is to describe where some of these figures come from and to comment on their reliability. Surely nearly all Roman Catholics as well as Protestants disapprove of past religious persecutions, so this discussion should not reflect negatively on current members of the Roman Catholic church. However, events in Nazi Germany show how easily persecution can revive, so it is necessary to be on guard against it and maintain an awareness of its history. Of course, many other groups besides the Papacy have persecuted. And all of us, without Christ, have the roots of sin in ourselves. The reason the Papacy stands out is that it has ruled for such a long period of time over such a large area, exercised so much power, and claimed divine prerogatives for its persecutions. The magnitude of the persecutions is important for the following reason: One can excuse a few thousand cases as exceptional, but millions and millions of victims can only be the result of a systematic policy, thereby showing the harmful results of church-state unions. Source: Estimates of the Number Killed by the Papacy in the Middle Ages (webwitness.org.au)
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