Leftist Memes - Or lack thereof...

LurkNoMore

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Obviously getting a untested vaccine that could cause who knows what problems for you that doesn't work is totally the same as defending your nation from outsiders. Lol, wut a shitty meme.

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MAPK phosphatase

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Obviously getting a untested vaccine that could cause who knows what problems for you that doesn't work is totally the same as defending your nation from outsiders. Lol, wut a shitty meme.

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Oh boy, here we go. Link the passage in question. 2 Corinthians is the word of Paul as an apostle, not the word of Jesus. Still very important to the Christian cannon, but not actually the word of Christ. I bring this up because they're likely the same people who say "Jesus never mentioned homosexuality" as a gotcha for Christians who bring up old and new testament passages that very clearly lay out marriage as between a man and a woman.
Anyway, those socialists who made that second image should have read one verse earlier,
2 Corinthians 8:12 said:
For if there is first a willing mind, it is accepted according to what one has, and not according to what he does not have.
Give me a single socialist who says that everyone should accept what they have and shouldn't worry about what they don't have, pre-revolution. Pre-revolution socialism is all about "accelerating the contradictions" and making people dissatisfied so that they become revolutionaries.
And regardless, the whole section is about following the example of Christ. Picking up even earlier,
2 Corinthians 8:9 said:
For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sakes He became poor, that you through His poverty might become rich.
Also, once again, point me to the wealthy socialists who are giving away so much money they are living in poverty. They don't exist in the modern day, or if they do mainstream socialists don't point to them as an example for what a socialist is. There are, however, a glut of socialists who have plenty of money and don't seem terribly eager to give it to the poor.
But wait a second. Christ was never materially wealthy. Son of a carpenter, very humble birth, all that. He was a wealth of life, spirit, and virtue, not money. Let's go a little earlier in this chapter as Paul addresses and describes his audience (the Corinthians, for those following along at home) directly
2 Corinthians 8:7 said:
But as you abound in everything—in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in all diligence, and in your love for us—see that you abound in this grace also.
They abound in "everything" and not a single mention of material wealth. They're all virtues. This isn't talking about money at all, it's talking about spiritual wealth! It's talking of life and virtue! The only thing being socialized here is the word of God. Christ becoming poor was him taking on the sins of the world. The wealth we get through that is the immortality and eternal life found through Christ.

As for the passage from Mark, don't get me started. Just read the chapter and have a little chuckle at verse 19 when thinking of a modern socialist, and think about why they don't ever include verses 24, 26, or 27.

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Troonologist PhD

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Oh boy, here we go. Link the passage in question. 2 Corinthians is the word of Paul as an apostle, not the word of Jesus. Still very important to the Christian cannon, but not actually the word of Christ. I bring this up because they're likely the same people who say "Jesus never mentioned homosexuality" as a gotcha for Christians who bring up old and new testament passages that very clearly lay out marriage as between a man and a woman.
Anyway, those socialists who made that second image should have read one verse earlier,

Give me a single socialist who says that everyone should accept what they have and shouldn't worry about what they don't have, pre-revolution. Pre-revolution socialism is all about "accelerating the contradictions" and making people dissatisfied so that they become revolutionaries.
And regardless, the whole section is about following the example of Christ. Picking up even earlier,

Also, once again, point me to the wealthy socialists who are giving away so much money they are living in poverty. They don't exist in the modern day, or if they do mainstream socialists don't point to them as an example for what a socialist is. There are, however, a glut of socialists who have plenty of money and don't seem terribly eager to give it to the poor.
But wait a second. Christ was never materially wealthy. Son of a carpenter, very humble birth, all that. He was a wealth of life, spirit, and virtue, not money. Let's go a little earlier in this chapter as Paul addresses and describes his audience (the Corinthians, for those following along at home) directly

They abound in "everything" and not a single mention of material wealth. They're all virtues. This isn't talking about money at all, it's talking about spiritual wealth! It's talking of life and virtue! The only thing being socialized here is the word of God. Christ becoming poor was him taking on the sins of the world. The wealth we get through that is the immortality and eternal life found through Christ.

As for the passage from Mark, don't get me started. Just read the chapter and have a little chuckle at verse 19 when thinking of a modern socialist, and think about why they don't ever include verses 24, 26, or 27.

TL;DR

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Socialists murder and oppress Christians more than any other group in history. Jesus makes it very clear that He considers persecution of His people persecution of Him personally. Acts 9:4-5, Matthew 25:31-46. Communism is just Satanism with extra steps.
 

Flaming Insignias

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Oh boy, here we go. Link the passage in question. 2 Corinthians is the word of Paul as an apostle, not the word of Jesus. Still very important to the Christian cannon, but not actually the word of Christ. I bring this up because they're likely the same people who say "Jesus never mentioned homosexuality" as a gotcha for Christians who bring up old and new testament passages that very clearly lay out marriage as between a man and a woman.
Anyway, those socialists who made that second image should have read one verse earlier,

Give me a single socialist who says that everyone should accept what they have and shouldn't worry about what they don't have, pre-revolution. Pre-revolution socialism is all about "accelerating the contradictions" and making people dissatisfied so that they become revolutionaries.
And regardless, the whole section is about following the example of Christ. Picking up even earlier,

Also, once again, point me to the wealthy socialists who are giving away so much money they are living in poverty. They don't exist in the modern day, or if they do mainstream socialists don't point to them as an example for what a socialist is. There are, however, a glut of socialists who have plenty of money and don't seem terribly eager to give it to the poor.
But wait a second. Christ was never materially wealthy. Son of a carpenter, very humble birth, all that. He was a wealth of life, spirit, and virtue, not money. Let's go a little earlier in this chapter as Paul addresses and describes his audience (the Corinthians, for those following along at home) directly

They abound in "everything" and not a single mention of material wealth. They're all virtues. This isn't talking about money at all, it's talking about spiritual wealth! It's talking of life and virtue! The only thing being socialized here is the word of God. Christ becoming poor was him taking on the sins of the world. The wealth we get through that is the immortality and eternal life found through Christ.

As for the passage from Mark, don't get me started. Just read the chapter and have a little chuckle at verse 19 when thinking of a modern socialist, and think about why they don't ever include verses 24, 26, or 27.

TL;DR

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I’d also add in the whole “cleansing the temple” thing was explicitly about corrupt merchants using a religious building and sacrament as a money-making operation. By providing animals for sacrifice to anyone who could pay, the temple authorities made the sacrificial offerings into a game of purchasing forgiveness, not that unlike the Catholic Indulgences before the Counter-Reformation. Along with that, money-changers would typically be charging pilgrims to convert Greek and Roman coins into shekels that could be donated to the Temple Treasury, so yet more profiting off of people’s need for salvation. The money was secondary, the fact that these grifters were defiling the most sacred location of the Israelites and turning salvation into a business is the primary reason for Christ’s righteous fury.
 

Troonologist PhD

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satan isn't real. Also, post proof.
Post proof of what?
I’d also add in the whole “cleansing the temple” thing was explicitly about corrupt merchants using a religious building and sacrament as a money-making operation. By providing animals for sacrifice to anyone who could pay, the temple authorities made the sacrificial offerings into a game of purchasing forgiveness, not that unlike the Catholic Indulgences before the Counter-Reformation. Along with that, money-changers would typically be charging pilgrims to convert Greek and Roman coins into shekels that could be donated to the Temple Treasury, so yet more profiting off of people’s need for salvation. The money was secondary, the fact that these grifters were defiling the most sacred location of the Israelites and turning salvation into a business is the primary reason for Christ’s righteous fury.
They were selling pigeons. In OT law the value of the animal sacrificed was adjusted depended on what one could afford. Pigeons is what poor people (including Jesus's own family) sacrificed because they're everywhere. It's not even really comparable to indulgences since you were just paying off time in Purgatory and they still believed you could be saved the normal way. It's more like Egyptian spells to get one through the netherworld that only the well off could afford.
 

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It was the most unholy thing I had ever seen
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