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  • Eliyah
    Lucy just loves Paul, she is always talking about him, like a mad love -hate relationship, she just feeds on it all the time.

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  • LucySmith
    the greatest thing too see in pauline churchianity


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  • LucySmith
    the ''master builder'' of religious chaos/confusion......

    did a fantastic job, in creating a DUEL mindset between male and female [ between husband and wife] when it was divinely declared ''it is not good for a man to be alone''
    instead of being IN UNION, 2 becoming as one...
    not so. according to saul/paul.

    so playing the role of ''the slave'' woman, is never in her correct role ie. to be as ONE with her male counterpart.
    as ONE - encourages divine WISDOM to develop so DIVINE CHOICES ARE CONTINUALLY MADE.

    no one wins, in a lopsided romance. as this evil when put into practice, = inspires confrontation, arguments, hatred, disease, death

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  • LucySmith

    - reading these few words 2000yrs later reveals the truth - a MASTER BUILDER is from an ancient secret society freemasons and their highest priest is termed a MASTER BUILDER.

    then APPLY WISDOM [ not indoctrination] and we find saul the ''king over us'' as a christian system, has introduced a division of chaos over all women - the object TO DIVINE AND RULE BY CREATING A PROBLEM in the 1st place.
    the freemason trademark.

    . Trauma through guilt and fear is the basic hypnotic control mechanism.
    Instill fear through trauma and you automatically instill control.
    This is hypnosis.
    Living with any form of fear is living in a hypnotic state.
    Be it the indoctrinated fear of hell, death, or whatever, any form of fear is hypnosis.

    isnt saul a huge success.~~~~
    who will defend such a man?
    the indoctrinated.

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  • LucySmith
    pauline's version of ''the woman question''.... is a case of satanic

    divide and rule
    '' a divided house cannot stand''.

    the sauline/pauline church lords it over women ON a divide and rule basis.
    women make up over 70% of the congregation..... stop being used and abused by a system of confused chaos......

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  • LucySmith
    let me be very quick to point out........

    the great intimacy of married husband and wife and HOW EASILY it would be for the male to ''LORD IT OVER THE LITTLE WOMAN'' [as per pauline theology] and cause upset and ANGER - RESULTING IN THE FEEDING OF DEMONS AND ALL EVIL ENTITIES a rump steak for breakfast,

    why this whole religious scam is a regular demonic BUTCHER'S SHOP.....

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  • LucySmith
    the word is '' LOOSH.''.................

    WHAT IS ''LOOSH'' exactly???

    the human energy given to evil as their '' food''.
    the world is filled with LOOSH against women~~~~~so how does this ''' LOOSH''' work

    the religious matrix acts as the machinery which extracts loosh from humans by subjecting them to synchronistically arranged emotional melodramas.

    the MELODRAMA happens when the women of this world are not treated as LOVING EQUALS i.e. - providing help and balance to all situations,
    the demons/evil FEED of each form of disharmony~~~~~

    this disharmony causes emotional unbalances and ANGER arises and demons feed off anger.

    is this true???????????

    Among the many world religions, Christianity, Judaism, and Islam for example, incorporate beliefs and practices as well as cultures that vary greatly in their impact on women who are victims of violence.
    We will use these three major world religions common in North America to illustrate the challenges that religion presents for victims of sexual and domestic violence.

    Christianity as Roadblock and Resource.
    Both the Hebrew Bible and Christian Scriptures contain story after story of violence against women:
    e.g. Dinah (Genesis 34),
    Tamar (2 Samuel 13),
    the Levite's concubine (Judges 19),
    Jephthah's daughter (Judges 11),
    Vashti (Esther 1),
    Suzannah (Daniel 13), and probably the persistent widow in Luke's Gospel (Luke 18) 2 .

    Later Christian texts also condone male violence against women and the domination of women.
    For example, the right of chastisement was the enforcer of women's subordination in marriage.
    In the "Rules of Marriage" compiled by Friar Cherubino in the 15 th century (Bussert, 1986) we find the careful instruction to a husband to first reprimand his wife; "And if this still doesn't work . . . take up a stick and beat her soundly . . . for it is better to punish the body and correct the soul than to damage the soul and spare the body" (p. 13).

    Unfortunately, this doctrine has been viewed as consistent with scriptural passages interpreted to confirm male dominance over women:
    "Wives be subject to your husbands as you are to the Lord. For the husband is the head of the wife just as Christ is the head of the church, the body of which he is the Savior.
    Just as the church is subject to Christ, so also wives ought to be, in everything, to their husbands" (Ephesians 5.22-24 NRSV).
    Either by its silence or its instruction, the church has too often communicated to battered women that they should stay in abusive relationships, try to be better wives, and "forgive and forget."
    To batterers, it has communicated that their efforts to control their wives or girlfriends are justified because women are to be subject to men in all things.
    They have been permitted to "discipline" their wives and their children all for the "good of the family."

    Christian history is filled with examples of church leaders justifying abuse of women by men.
    Church fathers like Martin Luther unapologetically described their own physical violence towards their wives (Smith, 1911).

    In dealing with domestic violence, however, the Christian scriptural justifications for women remaining in abusive relationships (subordination in marriage, e.g. Ephesians 5:20; prohibition of divorce, e.g. Malachi 2:13-16) must be considered in the fuller context of ethics, theology, and doctrine. Prooftexting (the selective use of a text, usually out of context, to support one's position) is a common ploy by those who seek to simply justify their actions. It is not difficult to prooftext a man's prerogative to dominate and control a woman within patriarchal western religious traditions. But it nonetheless does not represent the whole story.

    For example, in Jesus' ministry, he teaches:
    "The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy.
    I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly" (John 10:10, NRSV).
    Victimization is never God's will but rather fullness of life.
    Jesus understood his ministry "to proclaim release to the captives . . ." (Luke 4:18 quoting Isaiah 61, NRSV).
    He told the story of the Good Samaritan to emphasize our responsibility to stop and care for the victim. These are fundamental teachings through which other passages must be interpreted in Christianity.[/b]

    Judaism as Roadblock and Resource.
    Both the family and the home have been central to Jewish religious and cultural life.
    Shalom bayit (peace in the home) is an important Jewish value; it refers to an ideal state--a harmonious home in which all who dwell within are nurtured and respected.
    Yet the concept of shalom bayit has been misused by some who place on women the sole responsibility for maintaining peace in the home and even has been used to pressure women to remain in or return to homes in which they have been the victims of abuse.
    Shalom bayit as a value and ideal to be worked towards should not be confused with the "myth of the perfect Jewish family," in which abuse as well as other problems have been covered up and seen as sources of shame.

    In addition, although shalom bayit is an important Jewish value, it does not have priority over taking action to save a life.
    Judaism recognizes all human beings, male and female, as created b'tzelem elohim (in the image of God) (see Genesis 1:27).
    Pikuach nefesh (taking action to save a life) is of the utmost importance in Jewish tradition.
    The Talmud teaches that "a person who saves a life is as one who has saved an entire world" (Talmud, Sanhedrin 37a).
    Judaism serves as a resource for women who have experienced abuse when pikuach nefesh is taught and remembered to be a sacred obligation, taking precedence over shalom bayit, particularly when the home is not a place of peace, but rather a place in which violence is being perpetrated.

    Islam as Roadblock and Resource.
    Within Islam, we also find texts and interpretations of texts that have been used by abusive men to justify their behavior.

    This document provides an overview of some of the basic issues and questions that confront religiously identified women who have experienced abuse, and outlines strategies for clergy and secular anti-violence advocates to reach out to one another.

    LOTS AND LOTS OF LOOSH for demons~~~~~~

    ''hello divorce''- good one saul/paul~~~~
    Victimization is never God's will but rather fullness of life.
    Victimization is never God's will but rather fullness of life.
    Victimization is never God's will but rather fullness of life.

    If you’re not in control of your actions, something else is.

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  • under the pauline system of christless church christianity........

    we find MOST church men have a major problem.

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