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Thanks for being real, Richard.

4 months ago reply 1

The founder of Western Christianity, Tertullian of Cathrage, got this Roman Imperial religion off to an intentionally diabolical start during the 2nd and 3rd centuries. Christianity based off of the Protestant atonement theory is a juridically transactional nightmare. The origin of the word “juridical” not surprisingly dates back to Marin Luther’s 16th century diabolical notion of God — God as a noun and God as a debatable part of speech per Martin Luther’s very own words and storyline. It comes from the Latin word Juridicus which translates into jur = law and dicere = say. Jesus’s most blatant rejection of the atonement fiasco occurs when he says seven times in a row: “The law says BUT I say.” “The law says BUT I say.” “The law says BUT I say.” “The law says BUT I say.” “The law says BUT I say.” “The law says BUT I say.” “The law says BUT I say.” “The law says BUT I say.” “The law says BUT I say.” “The law says BUT I say.” Love you Richard

6 months ago reply 0

God bless Richard Rohr! And thank you for this program. It makes my day so much better each time I listen.

6 months ago reply 0