Christians Are Redefining Marriage

This video explains how marriage as defined by many anti-gay christian’s as between a man and a woman is actually not at all the original concept of marriage. That in fact it is a relatively new conceptualization of Marriage and if anything it is Christians who are attempting to redefine marriage. Not the other way around. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. Send your clip to TYT Nation at upload.theyoungturks.com

How is your evangelism?

It’s just a hard thing. Faith once in a while separates families. The choice often is put, either sacrifice your belief, or you give up on family. It’s actually a great pain, for family is extremely important, they can’t be replaced, however, neither can the saving faith that’s in Christ Jesus our Lord and Savior. Just what exactly comes 1st, which will you end up picking? In case you surrender faith in favor of family, you then along with your whole entire family will spend eternity in Hell, and they won’t thank you for your sacrifice, they’ll instead ask you forever and ever, Why didn’t you keep working steadfast in faith, and work to bring us also to repentance and saving faith? For those who keep working steadfast in faith, all your family might possibly disown you, and for a time make your life gloomy, but yet as you continue to follow your savior and pray for your beloved ones, it might be that they may repent believe and become saved. In that day, you are going to be altogether in faith, in Christ, and one day together forever in heaven.

Oftentimes people make it challenging to be loved. Quite often people can be hurtful and spiteful, and in the case of family members, they already know the weakness in our defenses, and may be harsh above measure. When individuals address you horribly what do you do? What should you do?

2 Cor 11:23-25 “far more imprisonments, with countless beatings, and often near death. Five times I have received at the hands of the Jews the forty lashes less one. Three times I have been beaten with rods; once I was stoned.”

Paul had great sadness and suffering on account of his kinsmen, the Jews. Charged, beaten, stoned at their hands, his thoughts are not of reprisal, but sympathy, and love. The reason, well the simple answer is, he could remember that he had persecuted Christ and the Church, and God had compassion on him, as long as he remember everything that God had suffered because of him, and all that God had pardoned him, it was easier to forgive people who persecuted him, and also to pray for their conversion. The whole world tells us that retribution is the answer, yet vengeance signifies, never forgetting, and having our lives filled with hatred. For the punishment of those that distress us, will not take away the recollection of the distress. It is simply the forgiveness that comes from God, that can get rid of the very painful recollection, for by grace through faith, in Jesus Christ, we aren’t solely healed, but we’ve been made a new creation, and the prior things are all disregarded. In Christ, you’ll be able to forgive and leave behind. For this reason for those that go through the way of vengeance, as soon as the day of retribution arrives, the hurt remains, and afterward there’s no object for our revenge, and our hurt turns to a detest of all things.

It doesn’t have to be that way. You are able to follow the demonstration of Paul, like Paul obeyed Christ. When the law as well as the gospel draw you to faith and repentance, not only will there be forgiveness of sins, but there is one more fellow member within the body of Christ, 1 new coworker with whom you are able to share the journey on the road to paradise.

And also it should really be more painless for us to love those people who persecute us, for rarely have we been beaten, or locked up, or stoned, rarely have we experienced death as a result of our adversaries. It should be simple for us to love our enemies, in order to pray for those that persecute us, nevertheless it isn’t. Satan is always there to emphasize the wounds we’ve sustained, encouraging us to get even, to deter us from forgiving readily, exactly as God in Christ has forgiven us. It is very not easy to love, for there are so few instances of love and virtue on earth, however provided that we recall the love with which God has loved us, in addition to the grace he has poured out upon us, and the forgiveness given us in Jesus body and blood granted for us for the forgiveness of our sins, it isn’t very hard. So that as we keep in mind those who brought us to faith, and aided us to thrive in faith, as we remember folks that educated us regarding Jesus, we begin to see an example of people, nearer than Paul, who definitely have went on in faith, and also have been for us a good example of what it is to be a Christian.

Most people discuss things that are important to us, trucks & tractors, sports & fishing, home & children, food and fashion, in a similar manner that it’s common to talk about these matters, so may also we share with many others the love of God which is in Jesus Christ, for that as well is important, as well as at the centre of life.

Romans 9:2-3 “that I have great sorrow and unceasing anguish in my heart. For I could wish that I myself were accursed and cut off from Christ for the sake of my brethren, my kinsmen by race.”

Paul describes his anguish for souls in Romans 9

Should Christians say “OMG” or “JC”?

A video concerning blasphemy or using God’s name in vain and why Christians should not partake in such things. To clarify I am not speaking of someone saying/praying “I love you Jesus Christ” or “Thank you oh my great God for sustaining me.”

The “Real” Jesus. Christianity and Judaism

A response to questions from a Jewish friend about the nature of Christianity, in relation to Judaism. Who was the “Real Jesus”. My odds on Jesus being real - 20%. Jesus an Eclipse - 50%. This video may or may not contain images under copyright. Use of these images in this video are for the purpose of education or criticism, and fall under “Fair Use” US Copyright Act of 1976, 17 USC § 107

Our Thought’s on Religion [Part 1/3 - Christianity]

This is the first part of a 3 part video we did on 4/08/2011. Here’s the premise covering the purpose of all 3 parts of the video. Probably our most controversial video so far. Stoutmeister & Scream, both coming from religious homes, wanted to share their two cents on the subject while bringing up subjects that may contradict with what the teachings are supposed to teach. We also bring up how religion is treated in today’s society and blind faith, especially how man uses religion and have done so throughout history. This is not a bash video nor is it a promotional video, but this video will exercise critical thinking while keeping some of our sense of humor in the video as well. Feel free to express your thoughts on the subject in the comments and video response after watching the whole video. I know it’s long but it’s worth the watch. Don’t forget to rate, comment, share, and subscribe. Video Timeline for this first part: 0:00-3:16 - Introduction to the video and discussing premise of video. 3:16-16:00 - Pointing out bible contradictions we had on hand 16:00-16:51 - Pointing out certain similarities other beliefs have with Christianity (because we say similarities doesn’t mean that all are an exact copy of each other). This also briefly leads into how ritualism and idolatry is used in religion, which will be talked about in the next part. Music Credits: Intro Song: Matthijis van den Hoven - ‘Enigmatic’ (www.youtube.com Outro Song: Behemoth - ‘The Seed Ov I’ To look up

Christ - The Spiritual Message for the Next Millennium

Christ: The Spiritual Message for the Next Millennium is a documentary of Jesus of Nazareth. Jesus has been a role model for countless people all over the world. The documentary shows how his teachings as a practitioner of nonviolence fit in our modern times.

The Mental And Spiritual Aspects Of Melanin - Part 1: Kaba Hiawatha Kamene

Dr. Booker T. Coleman is now known as Kaba Hiawatha Kamene. This is a fantastic interview that deals with what Melanin is and how it effects us. To purchase this video and others like it, please visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.

Re: Christianity: That Dog Just Won’t Hunt

I struggle a bit here, but I do find this video a little better than the first one I did. I find it an interesting exercise to go back over it though. Ill only vlog when I consider it necessary all practice is good though. I feel the video came as a result of an interaction that we had over comments. What I would like to say however was that I was not talking about sugar-coating Christianity. (I dislike dogmatic Christianity as much as anyone). I was actually talking about its history. If …