Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Indofred, Jun 12, 2016.
Do these sounds sound familiar by any chance???
You might as well say you stand behind loyal, law abiding members of the Aryan Brotherhood as well as Jews for all the sense that makes.
The overwhelming majority of Muslims make Westboro Baptist look like child's play in comparison. A large percentage supports death for homosexuality.
Do you routinely support one group that is so intolerant of another as to support their death? Being "law abiding" has nothing to do with it. It is what people actually believe that matters.
"I know where you live. Satan's throne is there. Yet you hold on to my name and have not denied your faith in me, even in the days of Antipas, my faithful witness, who was killed in your presence, where Satan lives."
Why are you spamming this thread with so many useless postings that have nothing to do with the subject matter?
If there is anyone who knows how to look into where the 7 churches of Revelation is located in, it wouldn't be too hard to know which places Christ is talking about... And find which place Satan lives..
Antipas of Pergamum
Antipas of Pergamum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Book of Revelation
Saint John the Evangelist
Pergamon /ˈpɜːrɡəmən/ or /ˈpɜːrɡəmɒn/ or Pergamum /ˈpɜːrɡəməm/ (Ancient Greek: τὸ Πέργαμον, to Pergamon, or ἡ Πέργαμος, hē Pergamos) was an ancient Greek city in Aeolis, Pergamon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aeolis Aeolis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Greek settlements in western Asia Minor, Aeolian area in dark red.
According to Homer's description, Odysseus, after his stay with the Cyclopes, reached the island of Aeolia, who provided him with the west wind Zephyr.
In early times, by the 8th century BC, the Aeolians' twelve most important cities were independent, and formed a league (Dodecapolis): Cyme, Larissa (also called Phriconis), Neonteichos, Temnus, Cilla, Notion, Aegiroessa, Pitane, Aegae, Myrina, Gryneion, and Smyrna.
The most celebrated of the cities was Smyrna (modern Izmir, Turkey), but in 699 BC, Smyrna became part of an Ionian confederacy. The remaining cities were conquered by Croesus, king of Lydia (reigned 560-546 BC). Later they were held successively by the Persians, Macedonians, Seleucids, and Pergamenes. 
WAit wait... Is this trying to tell me that a Greek city was in Turkey???
So please don't say it is okay that people coming out of Pergamon's area or areas near to it are justified killing and raping and stealing people's lives and life's work...
In Jesus' Name. Amen HalleluYah!
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