There are no Christians


Only Paulines and Katlicks!

Nietzsche wrote in the Antichrist

I shall go back a bit, and tell you the authentic history of Christianity- The very word Christianity is a misunderstanding- at bottom there was only one Christian and he died on the cross.

[…]It is an error amounting to nonsensicality to see in ‘faith’, and particularly in faith in salvation through Christ, the distinguishing mark of the Christian: only the Christian way of life, the life lived by him who died on the cross is Christian..

[..] The Christian- he who for two thousand years has passed as a christian- is simply a psychological self delusion. Closely examined, it appears that, despite all his faith, he has only been ruled by his instincts- and what instincts!

Look at that and the claim by most evangelical Christians that they have been freed from the law and now they have entered a new covenant with god regardless of evidence to the contrary.

They ignore the teachings of Jesus on the law and go by Paul. I don’t think they can have them both ways. Either Jesus founded their delusion or Paul. If it is Jesus, then until heaven and earth passes not a dot of the law will change and if it be Paul, then Jesus is irrelevant in their belief.

What do you think? Have I misrepresented Christians here?

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

62 thoughts on “There are no Christians

  1. no, i don’t think you’ve misrepresented anything

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  2. Holy crap! This is a touch point for nearly every christian I talk with. Either they have never heard that Jesus did not make a new convenant and trash the old laws or they can’t understand that Paul started his own religion…

    Usually it dumbfounds me that ardent adherents who speak out on their faith have never tried to understand the most important book in their life … well, important according to them. Never mind that they have trouble determining fantasy from reality, they can’t even read their holy book with enough courage to comprehend the words written therein.

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  3. I’ve been saying for some time now, that Paul hijacked the Christian religion. The Gospels get trotted out at Christmas and Easter, but as far as most Christian Bible Study is concerned, the rest is all about Paul.

    He had a job to do, recruit Gentiles, and most Gentiles had no intention of following all of those 600+ strict Jewish rules, ESPECIALLY circumcision! So Paul changed the religion to more closely conform to what the Gentiles of the era and area were accustomed to.

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  4. shelldigger says:

    I think the x-ians do a fine job of misrepresenting themselves, and everything else for that matter. You could pound them over the head with bibles, dictionaries, or encyclopedias, they would not get any of it.

    Something about being religious and being disconnected from reality going hand in hand. Not that they are all mouth breathing morons, but more like they live in some insulated bubble kind of fantasyland that makes them immune to understanding their own damn book, and any facts or science that might otherwise contradict their beliefs.

    I don’t think most of them want to understand what they do not know. How pitiful is that?

    Arch, I think you nailed it with x-ianity being a dare I say, slightly evolved, more user friendly religion, that was attractive to many of the era.

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  5. john zande says:

    I know what inspired this! 🙂

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  6. Arkenaten says:

    Spot on, Mak, and It’s about time they bloody well woke up to the fact. The JC of the bible was born a Jew and died a Jew.

    He knew the LAW inside out and backwards, cited Moses and Abraham and he would have laughed in Paul’s face had they ever met…or been real.

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  7. paarsurrey says:

    The Christians “They ignore the teachings of Jesus on the law and go by Paul.”

    I agree with you here.

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  8. Sonel says:

    Well said Mak! 😀

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  9. fojap says:

    Do you ever wonder why some people tag posts with “atheism” when the post has little to do with it? Have you noticed that tendency, or am I just missing the relevance?

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