Hassidic Jews and Christmas the most evil day of the year.
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Merry Christmas to my fellow Goyim!

This is from haaretz one of Israhells official news rags.

Hassidic Jews celebrate by ripping up toilet paper to show contempt for those who worship the trinity(didn't the Pope just say they worship the same God as us? Huh-uh ) The Kabbalah calls Christianity waste detached from Israel. pleasant huh? Eye-roll


http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewi...m-1.489734
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(12-24-2012, 11:11 PM)The Dying Flutchman Wrote: Merry Christmas to my fellow Goyim!

This is from haaretz one of Israhells official news rags.

Hassidic Jews celebrate by ripping up toilet paper to show contempt for those who worship the trinity(didn't the Pope just say they worship the same God as us? Huh-uh ) The Kabbalah calls Christianity waste detached from Israel. pleasant huh? Eye-roll


http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewi...m-1.489734
Pray for their conversion......







Before they all die and go to hell.
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#3
For sure, someone has to we all know the Churches "in full perfect communion" with Rome don't.

Seriously though ripping up toilet paper as a show of defiance. LOL
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(12-26-2012, 02:24 AM)GottmitunsAlex Wrote: Pray for their conversion......

Before they all die and go to hell.

Are you sure that you don't want them to go to hell?  The way you write about Jews comes across as if you are looking forward to them being in eternal torment.
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Today is the Feast of St. Stephen. He argued with the learned Priests, Doctors, and Pharisees. His argument was that Christ's love overcomes all, and we should follow his example, only infuriated them. He was taken out to be stoned, and asked God's forgiveness for them. In the end his death was an example Christ's love conquering such silliness, and the Heavens opened and he saw Christ at the strong right hand of the Father, and earned his crown. Perhaps we should not engage in moral disdain like the Pharisees and engage them with Christ's love and earn our crowns, and maybe a few souls for Christ.

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(12-26-2012, 10:59 AM)Tim Wrote: Today is the Feast of St. Stephen. He argued with the learned Priests, Doctors, and Pharisees. His argument was that Christ's love overcomes all, and we should follow his example, only infuriated them. He was taken out to be stoned, and asked God's forgiveness for them. In the end his death was an example Christ's love conquering such silliness, and the Heavens opened and he saw Christ at the strong right hand of the Father, and earned his crown. Perhaps we should not engage in moral disdain like the Pharisees and engage them with Christ's love and earn our crowns, and maybe a few souls for Christ.

tim 
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#7
Every sinner is defiant. Some sinners are also killjoys. I'm sure their Hanukkah was a real hoot.
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