God's Word above the English speaking "Christian" culture, past and present
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- About Me
Set me as a seal upon thine heart, as a seal upon thine arm: for love is strong as death; jealousy is cruel as the grave: the coals thereof are coals of fire, which hath a most vehement flame. - Song of Songs
I believe (like King David, Father Abraham, etc.) that it is not wrong to marry more than one wife, so if you hate people who do not condemn multiple wives, add me to the list (along with King David, Abraham, etc.). :)
I am second oldest of 8 children, love and write Fantasy, love Tolkien's works, but chiefly I love the strange, surreal, eerie, and odd.
A thought: there is a vast world beyond the borders of the English-speaking culture (which is primarily an arrogant, young, Roman/Germanic pagan soup, if you think about it). I believe God has granted reason to every man and the responsibility to use it; but if someone encountered me in the "wisdom" of Rome (you know), he would find in me a barbarian to pity and despise: a meat-eating, sword-waving, pro-polygynist with a beard.
By the way, if you favourite me or send me a wink, and I don't respond, it may be because I am outside of the age range you have selected for contacts, in which case the site does not allow me to favourite, message, or wink back (this has happened a few times).
If you are curious, when I look at profiles here the main things I look at are wanting children ("Lo, children are an heritage of the Lord: and the fruit of the womb is his reward."), no drinking and no smoking of course, and not being divorced ("whosoever marrieth her that is put away from her husband committeth adultery."). Things I find attractive are interest in discussion, conviction, cheerfulness, and not being crazy with makeup (take off the masks!).
As to covering a woman's nakedness, the basic standard would be to cover the whole chest, loins, and thighs. This is not only because of tempting men to desire fornication, but because Leviticus 18 makes it clear that uncovering a woman to a man is itself a sexual act. Just as "do not hurt someone" also forbids killing them, "do not uncover someone" also forbids everything else, and of course that does not mean that hurting or uncovering someone is allowed so long as you don't do anything else. There are of course different degrees of being uncovered.
I am definitely open to questions and discussion, message me about whatever you like! I'm not likely to bite, but I might talk your ear off! I can wax verbose on certain things. However, when it comes to initiation and confrontation I am slow, but I am working on that!
The seventh day of the week (Romanly called Saturday) is the day God sanctified for rest, and is the true weekly holy day for all Christianity. It was sanctified before circumcision, and so is holy both for uncircumcised and circumcised believers (though circumcised believers have greater responsibility to keep it, because, already being a day of rest, it was made a symbol of God's covenant with the circumcised when he delivered them from toil in Egypt).
I am pro home birth and true, natural medicine. I find it strange that false medicine is sometimes referred to as "traditional" or "orthodox" and the truly traditional medicine is called "alternative".
I am pro home education, but more against government schooling. No school that is funded (and often provided with students) by threat of force should be supported. Also - with due regard to extenuating circumstances - it is sinful in principle to send a child where you know they will be taught dangerous lies.
I am not a flat-earther. The enemies' attempt to make Christianity look like a rejection of reason seems to be gaining traction in this issue.
Rather than the man-made idea of "once saved always saved" I believe the Bible which says:
"When the righteous turneth from his righteousness, and committeth iniquity, he shall even die thereby.
But if the wicked turn from his wickedness, and do that which is lawful and right, he shall live thereby." - Ezekiel 33
Nearly all modern translations of Scripture into English are based on corrupted texts, and should not be used. Because of the preservation of Scripture there can be a perfect translation from the Hebrew and Greek into any language. But the KJV is sadly not a perfect translation, because the translators rejected the doctrine of full preservation and cast doubt on the original texts in some of their marginal notes. These notes are rarely included in modern copies, though they are necessary to access what accuracy the KJV does have.
Angels have beards.
I am probably INTP, but of course this is just information: one can't base whether a relationship can be fruitful on this, but the information can possibly help relationships be fruitful.
My Favourite Things:
Scripture, not just because it is perfect (if that makes sense), but because it is also the greatest work of art.
Beowulf, The Silmarillion, The Lord of the Rings, Watership Down, The Place of the Lion, The Travels of Marco-Polo. I like the Harry Potter books and films, so if that's an issue we can have a chat about the theological ins and outs perhaps.
Rope by Alfred Hitchcock, The Miracle Worker, The Fiddler on the Roof, Willy Wonka, We Were Soldiers, Arsenic and Old Lace, It's a Wonderful Life, The Blob 1958, Chicken Run, The Great Escape.
I like I Spy books. Kendrick films are fun. Marvel movies are fun (we use the Lightworks video editor to edit out foul language and indecency). I like Adventures in Odyssey and Sue Thomas: F.B.EYE, and the first seasons of Thomas the Tank Engine.
I have a respect for Pixar because they make their own stories instead of parasitising, parodying, and adulterating the works of great authors. My favourite Pixar films are Wall-E, Up, and Inside Out.
- First Date
- Talk, maybe discuss a book or watch a movie and discuss that. I hope a lot of basic issues will have been sorted through before a first meeting, but there will probably be discussion on those lines. There are so many unexpected misdoctrines abroad that you can hardly think you know what anyone believes on a certain point by looking at their other beliefs.
I probably see other cultures through rose tinted glasses because the English speaking culture is so fundamentally wrong from its beginning to the present day. Probably worst of all is that it claims to be a Christian culture; but then many other cultures which admit their own cultures are not Christian still see English speaking and European culture to be Christian, which is very sad.
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