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So Darwin was a Freemason

 
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I gag on cocks out in the public, contrary to Catholic Priests!!!

Gimme cock to gag!!!
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I ain't no Freemason closeted faggot!!!

Gimme cock to gag!!
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Go away, shill.
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I ain't no Freemason closeted faggot!!!

Gimme cock to gag!!
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That doesn't really help your case ...
I have read a fiery gospel writ in burnished rows of steel:
"As ye deal with my contemners, so with you my grace shall deal;
Let the Hero, born of woman, crush the serpent with his heel,
Since God is marching on.

- Battle Hymn of the Republic
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James 3:6-9

And the tongue [is] a fire, a world of iniquity. The tongue is so set among our members that it defiles the whole body, and sets on fire the course of nature; and it is set on fire by hell.

For every kind of beast and bird, of reptile and creature of the sea, is tamed and has been tamed by mankind.

But no man can tame the tongue. [It is] an unruly evil, full of deadly poison.

With it we bless our God and Father, and with it we curse men, who have been made in the similitude of God.
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I, however, interpret the bible much differently than you; I've read the bible in it's entirety, by the way, and came across Christianity on my own, as I was raised in a secular household.
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Secular Christian? Whaaaat?

yeahsure
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"I came across Christianity on my own, as I was raised in a secular household"

There are a lot of very learned and respects pastors that also believe Christianity and evolution don't have to clash. Unfortunately for you, you'll only read and digest the things you are looking for, and are unable to think critically.
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Look at this threads

Thread: Evolution is a fraud.
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This vid explains it all. Darwin's grandfather Erasums was an evolutionist and mason, who with his other mason buddies, followed the pythagorean, plato mystery evolution religions.

the exact same evolution story was being told 2500 years ago. Life spontaneously generated in the oceans, turned into fish, fish crawled onto land and morphed into higher mammals and eventually humans.

Evolution is a very ancient religion.


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This vid explains it all. Darwin's grandfather Erasums was an evolutionist and mason, who with his other mason buddies, followed the pythagorean, plato mystery evolution religions.

the exact same evolution story was being told 2500 years ago. Life spontaneously generated in the oceans, turned into fish, fish crawled onto land and morphed into higher mammals and eventually humans.

Evolution is a very ancient religion.


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Its quite simply, if I had all the money, power, influence, trust to make you believe a lie, will I succeed or not? That's what Freemasons haveIdol1
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Freemasonry at the time of Darwin:

"their ultimate purpose forces itself into view – namely, the utter overthrow of that whole religious and political order of the world which the Christian teaching has produced, and the substitution of a new state of things in accordance with their ideas, of which the foundations and laws shall be drawn from mere naturalism."

Spooky that naturalism has now become so prevalent as a philosophy.
From it, stem the foundations of the economic rationalism that has made us slaves.
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And the basis for the notion so many hold dear,
that they are god.
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Freemasonry at the time of Darwin:

"their ultimate purpose forces itself into view – namely, the utter overthrow of that whole religious and political order of the world which the Christian teaching has produced, and the substitution of a new state of things in accordance with their ideas, of which the foundations and laws shall be drawn from mere naturalism."

Spooky that naturalism has now become so prevalent as a philosophy.
From it, stem the foundations of the economic rationalism that has made us slaves.
 Quoting: K.Kool



And the basis for the notion so many hold dear,
that they are god.
 Quoting: K.Kool


Seeped in criminality.

Like Catholic bishops.
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Even if you refuse to see it, the bishops are on your side against the masons.
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Darwin's dad was a "Full Moon" worshipper -- Erasmus Darwin = Luciferian.

Check up on Charles Dashwood's associates of the 1860s in England...

You will get your eyes opened.

The whole lot of "evolutionist" bullship is LUCIFERIAN CULT PROPAGANDA.
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Darwin's dad was a "Full Moon" worshipper -- Erasmus Darwin = Luciferian.

Check up on Charles Dashwood's associates of the 1860s in England...

You will get your eyes opened.

The whole lot of "evolutionist" bullship is LUCIFERIAN CULT PROPAGANDA.
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Sorry, it was "Sir Francis Dashwood" (not Charles Dashwood, my misremembering):

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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And the basis for the notion so many hold dear,
that they are god.
 Quoting: K.Kool


Seeped in criminality.

Like Catholic bishops.
 Quoting: TruthMinion



Even if you refuse to see it, the bishops are on your side against the masons.
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Right dear!

They made my life so peachy as a gay man in Brazil.

(WHILE THEY WERE MOLESTING ALL THE UNDER AGED BOYS.)
 Quoting: TruthMinion




Oh dear, that sounds like you wanted all the young boys.
(joking)

What can the bishops do to your life??
Free will exists and no priest can stop that, even if they wanted to.
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Evolution is the theory that over a period of time, a mutation is better equipped to survive formidable nature and thus survives. The mutated animal then reproduces, spawning new mutated animals and then eventually you have a different species. I saw evolution happen in my biochem class. Darwin's theory was not flawless, but the underlying basis is correct and can be seen through out nature. I am a Christian, but I don't pick and choose what I take literally and what I don't.
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Even worse when people who think they are Christians believe in evolution. Christianity isn't nationality which is automatic. Its a belief. If you think God made single cell organisms and waited billions of years for them to evolve, then am sorry, you are NOT a Christian. Read genesis 1
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I'm a Christian, and I also think evolution makes sense, the Genesis account of creation is not meant to be taken literally, and it is only the timing that would be in conflict anyway.
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The problem is, there's no observable evidence that one species ever changed into another. Yes dogs have changed over time, but it was from artificial selection via cross-breeding, not random mutations and natural selection. And they are all still dogs. That's all they will ever be.
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Oh dear, that sounds like you wanted all the young boys.
(joking)

What can the bishops do to your life??
Free will exists and no priest can stop that, even if they wanted to.
 Quoting: K.Kool

The catholic church are the "king of the kiddies"......!pope2
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Darwin's dad was a "Full Moon" worshipper -- Erasmus Darwin = Luciferian.

Check up on Charles Dashwood's associates of the 1860s in England...

You will get your eyes opened.

The whole lot of "evolutionist" bullship is LUCIFERIAN CULT PROPAGANDA.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41672527


Sorry, it was "Sir Francis Dashwood" (not Charles Dashwood, my misremembering):

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41672527


The first Hellfire Club was founded in London in 1719, by Philip, Duke of Wharton and a handful of other high society friends.[5] The most notorious club associated with the name was established in England by Sir Francis Dashwood,[6] and met irregularly from around 1749 to around 1760, and possibly up until 1766.[7] In its later years, the Hellfire was closely associated with Brooks's, established in 1764. Other clubs using the name "Hellfire Club" were set up throughout the 18th century. Most of these clubs were set up in Ireland after Wharton's were dispelled.[8]

The club motto was Fais ce que tu voudras (Do what thou wilt), a philosophy of life associated with François Rabelais' fictional abbey at Thélème[7][9] and later used by Aleister Crowley.


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The Lunar Society of Birmingham was a dinner club and informal learned society of prominent figures in the Midlands Enlightenment, including industrialists, natural philosophers and intellectuals, who met regularly between 1765 and 1813 in Birmingham, England. At first called the Lunar Circle, "Lunar Society" became the formal name by 1775. The name arose because the society would meet during the full moon, as the extra light made the journey home easier and safer in the absence of street lighting. The members cheerfully referred to themselves as "lunarticks", a pun on lunatics. Venues included Erasmus Darwin's home in Lichfield, Matthew Boulton's home, Soho House, and Great Barr Hall.

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Science 6 April 2001
Vol. 292 no. 5514 pp. 55-56
DOI: 10.1126/science.1060460
Essays on Science and Society
James Watt and the Lunaticks of Birmingham
Adam Hart-Davis



Several of my favorite “heroes” belonged to a group of intellectuals
in the English Midlands who, around 1765, began to come together
regularly to discuss what they called natural philosophy—
everything from the latest design of steam engines to the new
gases that were being discovered by Priestley, Lavoisier, and
others. They would meet for dinner and argue on into the night
before climbing on their horses to ride home. And because they
wanted to be able to see their way, they chose to meet each
month on the Sunday nearest to the full moon—which was why
they called themselves the Lunar Society of Birmingham, or the
Lunaticks.

The meetings were started by Erasmus Darwin, Matthew Boulton,
and William Small. Erasmus was an enormously fat, popular, and
successful doctor, a prolific inventor, father of 12 children by his
two wives and two more by a governess, and grandfather of the
famous Charles Darwin. Boulton was a manufacturer of buckles
and a bold entrepreneur. Small was Boulton's doctor and had been
teacher and mentor of the great American politician Thomas
Jefferson. They were later joined by Charles Darwin's other
grandfather, the potter Josiah Wedgwood, chemist James Keir,
steam-engine builder James Watt, chemist Joseph Priestley, and
several others. In all, there were some 14 members, though not all
at the same time. The meetings were held almost every month for
more than 30 years. Arguably, there has never before or since
been such a regular concentration of scientific intellect meeting
under one roof. Priestly was another Lunatic and Satanist.
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Evolution is the theory that over a period of time, a mutation is better equipped to survive formidable nature and thus survives. The mutated animal then reproduces, spawning new mutated animals and then eventually you have a different species. I saw evolution happen in my biochem class. Darwin's theory was not flawless, but the underlying basis is correct and can be seen through out nature. I am a Christian, but I don't pick and choose what I take literally and what I don't.
 Quoting: phoinyourstuff


Even worse when people who think they are Christians believe in evolution. Christianity isn't nationality which is automatic. Its a belief. If you think God made single cell organisms and waited billions of years for them to evolve, then am sorry, you are NOT a Christian. Read genesis 1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25903900




I'm a Christian, and I also think evolution makes sense, the Genesis account of creation is not meant to be taken literally, and it is only the timing that would be in conflict anyway.
 Quoting: K.Kool


The problem is, there's no observable evidence that one species ever changed into another. Yes dogs have changed over time, but it was from artificial selection via cross-breeding, not random mutations and natural selection. And they are all still dogs. That's all they will ever be.
 Quoting: Instant Karma



I don't think species has to change into another to prove evolution is a valid and real process.

Its entirely probable that God inbuilt evolutionary principles into His design.

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