HUFFINGTON POST BLASPHEMOUSLY DECLARES THAT JESUS CHRIST IS THE ‘FIRST TRANSGENDER MAN’

HUFFINGTON POST BLASPHEMOUSLY DECLARES THAT JESUS CHRIST IS THE ‘FIRST TRANSGENDER MAN’

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41 thoughts on “HUFFINGTON POST BLASPHEMOUSLY DECLARES THAT JESUS CHRIST IS THE ‘FIRST TRANSGENDER MAN’

  1. After the accident, in the hospital, our pastor came to lay hands on me according to Jesus’ recorded words: Mark 16:17-18
    And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues;
    They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover. Our congregation also prayed. I was kept in the hospital for a day for observation and got sent home the next. Four days – if I had a choice it would have been none – after the accident I went up the road from our home to a park and played a casual game of cricket with the neighbours’ kids. Absolutely NOTHING wrong with me!

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  2. My apologies. I went through my comments and saw I didn’t mention a car but just that he was knocked off his bike. Evolution is what you said it is; a theory. 😋
    Back to the boy….
    Later though. Did I mention that I’m a South African?

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  3. Hm, my apologies… I must be missing another comment (I am *very* new to this site) because I double and triple checked and I could find no mention of a tree, wish for me! As I said, super new here. As far as me totally 100 percent guessing, I would say anywhere from, I don’t know… A month to a year? Or maybe her was incredibly lucky and sooner? Goodness, i couldn’t possible provide a decent guess on such a question. I hope for his sake he recovered super quick and had/has a happy life!!!

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      1. I mentioned the tree because I saw no mention of a car and wondered how he ended up being thrown from the bike. Reread you initial comment, am I completely missing the part where you mention this car?!

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  4. I believe Jesus most certainly existed,…I know…and feel, cause He lives in my heart now. As for Plato, Socrates…believe they existed as well…but not sure they knew Jesus as well as I. But to people who do not believe in Jesus, they’re future is most uncertain- as a matter of fact,…it’s not good at all. I pray that Jesus will speak to the bipolar woman soon….the days are wanning down…and I am concerned the door will be shutting soon….if you believe in God, believe also in Jesus, for He was sent by God to save us from sin, death, ourselves, everything bad, so that we could be like Him, and be with Him.

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    1. I am very open to Jesus speaking to me at any moment, no snark, I mean that. Believe it or not, most of us wish we had this stuff to believe in! How can people think we would not want that comfort? I quite envy that ability to believe, and I would love love love to feel confident that I could pray and impact a single thing in a positive way. Jesus, if he existed, was likely an amazing dude. Most of us have more of an aversion to concept of the big man. Just to offer some insight. And I cannot say it enough, I WISH I could accept these beliefs, seriously, I want a kitty heaven more than anything else in the world. I want to be able to see again all my old friends. Who wouldn’t?!

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      1. He’s speaking to you right now; through me.
        Why wish? The ability to believe is within all of us; it just takes faith. Since that time 38 years ago when I decided to accept Jesus I’ve had the comfort (not comfortableness) that I sense you desperately need. When I had worries He is my peace, problems He is my strength, fear He is my comfort, worry He is my Deliverer. In my good times in my bad times in my sad times HE. IS. THERE…..

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  5. If only Jesus had really existed and if only this article were true! Such tragically tiny and limited minds might explode in glittering, loving happiness, rather than stew in a ridiculously judgmental self-created hell. If only…

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      1. I do believe in the concept of it at least, if that makes sense? I believe using the word conveys the severity of the concept. And if I do believe there are vile and evil things that make this world less loving, I suppose it’s only fair to say I that I believe in sin as much as I can without believing the religious connotations surrounding it… Again, if that makes sense, and I hope it does.

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          1. Okie dokie. This should be interesting. We don’t stand on the same side of this issue and it will be interesting to see what diplomacy we can maintain. I have already giggled, hopefully a good sign.

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          1. I think it’s possible a man existed that was built up in fable, who did good deeds, and tried to teach people to be kind and loving… And I thinks it’s possible through spread word and the need to find comfort and hope, people built up the stories of his wise words, kind deeds- kind of like a game of telephone. I think that is possible. I don’t believe a God created the world, life, man, animals, etc…I don’t believe the idea of virginal conception since I do not believe in the lore of the holy ghost/spirit- God (any of the many, many Gods that people follow). So I don’t believe Jesus would have been the incarnation of the son of a God I don’t believe in, conceived in a manner I don’t believe happened.

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          2. Think on the following:
            Imagine a small 11 year old boy riding a bicycle and you see him being knocked off his bike, flying through the air and landing on his head. Would he be dead? Severely injured? Or lightly injured?

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          3. Did he run into a tree-branch? Was it a car that hit him? How fast was the car going? Did the car stop and immediately call 911? Did the car keep going but a witness managed to dig her phone out of her purse and call 911? Was the kid wearing a helmet? If yes, was it strapped on properly? Was it the right size? How fast was the kid riding his bike? What part of his head did he land on? Had he ever had a previous head injury? How high up did he fly through the air before landing on his head? When he landed on the ground, was it sand, was it dense dirt, loose dirt, mound of dirt, mound of raked grass, regular grass, concrete?

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          4. There were no trees anywhere, it was at a busy intersection. It was a car (I wrote that eh 😋). He had no idea how fast the car was going but it was fast enough to send him flying. The driver stopped. In the year it happened helmets weren’t compulsory. Knowing the kid then, he was going fast. He landed on the right (your left) side of his head above his ear, he flew yes. He landed on unforgiving tar. He didn’t die, he suffered a severe skull fracture and severe concussion.
            In a medically uneducated guess how long a recovery period would a small (he was a small 11 year old) boy need before he was physically fit? Keep in mind, his mother said it was a very serious accident…..

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          5. I am a dip, it would appear both my responses showed up anyway. Time for bed. Maybe tomorrow you can tell me where you were going with the correlation of that story to believing in Jesus?

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          6. Okay, on my lap top now, perhaps a more reliable avenue for a long surmise. (Going to try to remember what I said last time…) Now, I double and triple checked and I saw nothing of the car hitting the kid, however, I am new to this site, and I am directed to some pages where I cannot even find a like button. So maybe I am truly wooshing past the car mention, whatever.
            Okay: so, I *hope* the recovery was not unbearably and painfully long. I hope he had/has a long happy life, but purely 100% guessing… man, I have not the slightest so I shall say one month to twelves months? Perhaps he was lucky and it was less? That would be lovely and ideal… but my gut tells me I am about to be told that a miracle happened? And I hope so! whatever one wants to call it, attribute a fast recovery (and boy do I hope it was a fast one where he was/does enjoy his quality of life) to any word they like… my second gut feeling is maybe this was you or someone you know? But as I have no medical knowledge, nor am I a psychic. I am eager for your reply where this connects to our discussion, of course!

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