Divanity, Loving-Kindness

Having Severe Red Butt

I’ve been having a severe case of the red butt recently. Naysayers cast aspersions on the divinity that’s a part of every human being. They take God working in the Old Testament and make him out to be a mass murderer of alleged innocent men, women, and children without any deference to the violent historical context of the times.

It was these alleged innocent people who were violent; they performed child sacrifice amongst other things. God tried holding out his hands to these child killers by sending them prophets to tell them to stop their evil, but they cut off his hands by killing those prophets. So, God responded by ending their violence with violence.

Nevertheless, God fixed the violence problem between himself and humanity forever when he declared peace with humanity. He did it upon comingling his divinity with humanity by the birth, life, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. Now, God and humanity are one entity.

Therefore, when anybody badmouths God, they are insulting themselves. If you say, “screw god,” you’re saying, “screw me.” If people insult God, they humiliate themselves. Additionally, when people insult each other, they’re insulting God.

Finally, we’re one big family, so it’s very important to love each other and treat each other with respect and dignity. We’re all special because we’re a new species of living beings that comingles divinity and humanity, which began with Jesus. I reckon that makes us Divanity. Ain’t that a hoot? And that’s no bull!

So, the next time the naysayers hit the fan, … DUCK!!!

Heresy, Uncategorized

The New Testament is Heretical

The New Testament is one book made up of several books, but it has two gospels; it has a Jewish doctrine that demands people keep some of the Jewish Law, and it has a gospel of grace where it makes no demands on anybody and also abolishes religious law. People can choose which gospel they want.

Heresy means “choice.” People who don’t want others to have a choice made choosing a bad thing. As both government and church, Christianity put people to death based on their choice, i.e., “Heresy.” Religion wants conformity, not freethinkers.

The gospel of grace gives people the freedom to choose what they want to do in life. In other words, it provides people with personal responsibility. The gospel of grace lets people select and, therefore, makes all people heretical because they have the freedom of choice.

The New Testament is a story of two gospels; one isn’t a gospel at all because Christianity denies people the freedom to choose how to live their lives. Christianity has a list of rules and laws that people must abide by to be good Christians.

It’s not a bad thing that the New Testament is heretical. Why? Because it makes people stand either for grace or for religious law being the way to live a freed life. The New Testament is like writing out pros and cons for something I’m about to buy. Except I get to write down the attributes of grace versus the characteristics of living by religious law. When these differences are evident, then I’m free to be the best heretic I can be by making the best choice for me.

Being a heretic is a good thing! And that’s no bull!