To the jesus cannibal cult christians

I would be willing to say that at least 99.99% of all Christians do not fully understand the implications of their becoming a Christian and being forthright by claiming to be a Christian meaning well, but not being made aware of all the details of Christianity by omission.

Most Christians become Christians from feelings of guilt and peer pressure put upon them by a pastor or some very close acquaintance. The pressure to be like them, so that the acquaintances that are already Christian will not feel so alone and singled out. Christians are so proud and smug to be associated such a good thing, to belong to a unique elite club run by god, the top boss figure of the entire universe. Most people don't want to be left out of a guaranteed good thing.

Who in their right mind would not want to belong and join the most powerful elite army in the whole universe, where no adversary could ever overcome them? Every person selfishly wants to be on the winning team. Belonging to god's holy army to fight evil, corruption and sin and walking in the footsteps of Jesus and saving souls right and left, for you to get a reward for all the souls that you have helped to transform using you as a vessel to keep those filthy sinners out of hell. It was like that in elementary school, when you knew the answer to a simple question and you quickly raised your hand desperately waving your arms sideways hoping the teacher would pick you because you wanted the rest of the class to see how brilliant you were. It's the same thing for Christians they want so much to impress their god.

Christians have been misled to think that they are a fighting force against the face of evil and they're doing it all for whom? GOD!, the most powerful entity that has ever existed from the beginning of time. The creator of all living things wants you to do his bidding. He wants you to go out an spread his message of salvation, no matter what the cost is to you! If you get shot and killed, so what? You become a martyr for his cause. If god or Jesus throw you a bone, you go fetch it wherever it lands.

There's nothing wrong with wanting to help people just to show others that you are concerned and care for others, but to claim that you are in possession of a special elite calling from an invisible deity and you have the knowledge to save a persons invisible soul in which you have absolutely no proof to give anyone is beyond the scope of sanity.

The people that wrote the bible where uneducated meaning that they had to resort to answers from dreams, visions, and drug induced hallucinations. They had no scientific way to examine anything, they could only ponder in their minds and if they wrote a bunch of gobble-d-goop that no one understood, they perceived it was from divine inspiration, if it sounded over their head, then they presumed it must have come from god, where else could it have come from???

Thoughts conjured by the wondering minds of sheep and goat herders and roaming nomads, ghosts, demons, evil spirits, angels, souls, holy spirits, miracles, blessings, gods, saviors, prayer, divine intervention? Stories and myths invented that were handed down by oral tradition for thousands of years?

Here's what the majority of Christians and pastors themselves do not know, they are supporting a death cult of cannibalism, if your church practices communion, you are essentially mimicking the eating of human flesh and emulating the drinking of human blood.

Now this may seem totally harmless to you, but can you see the implications of pretending to eat human flesh and drinking of human blood? Cannibalism is a barbaric act of desperation in a scenario where by eating another human beings body is necessary in order to sustain another human beings life.

We're talking about emulating cannibalism the eating of human flesh and drinking human blood in a public setting called a church today in the 21st century, come on people wake up!

Jesus commanded his disciples to eat his body after his crucifixion,
John ch. 6 vs 51
Many Christians will say that Jesus was using a metaphor to imply eating his body by dipping his bread into a cup of wine, but this is not true.

The disciples were in total shock themselves verified by reading John 6:52, The Jews strove among themselves, saying, "How can this man give us his flesh to eat? " Jesus didn't say, "I was just kidding!"

The bread was to represent Jesus' body and the wine was to represent his blood as he talked and lived at that moment but by going further on to John 6: vs 53, Jesus commanded and plainly instructed the disciples to eat his body after his death!

Still being verified as a total shock to the disciples is displayed by reading John ch. 6 vs 60, Many therefore of his disciples when they heard this, said, "This is hard saying; who can hear it?"

It was a hard saying, because commanding someone to eat another human beings' flesh and drinking their blood is an insane act of desperation! Especially when there was no immediate need for food and there was no impending call for that type of desperation for survival.

This call for cannibalism is largely overlooked by pastors and theologians, because it would destroy people's need to believe in a imaginary savior and would crush the church community in a very instant and it would also crush the pastors means of financial support.

But it's right there for the viewing, Jesus emphatically implied that if you going to go through with his crucifixion, then there must be a price to be paid by the very same people who allowed for the crucifixion to be followed through and then he would see who his loyal following would be after his death.

A little while before his death, someone asked who will stand up for this man and not one person stood up for Jesus, not even his own mother.

It's all in there, just read it, it is a hard saying! But it needed to be said, a very long time ago!

38 comments:

Corey Bishop said...

Hey Buddy!!

Guess what?

On this date, June 10th, in 2008, The Lord God called me to preach! Isn't that awesome?? =)

Steven Bently said...

Well have you informed your congregation that they have joined a barbaric cannibal cult? Pretending to eat human flesh and drink human blood!

If not, why not?

Corey Bishop said...

Jesus didn't eat flesh or drink blood. It was metaphorical.

Steven Bently said...

Where does it say metaphorical anywhere in the bible???

See that's the problem, it's metaphorical when it's what you want to believe, but it's it was not metaphorical, it was literal

Jesus said to eat him and that he was not joking!

You're not much of a preacher!

Steven Bently said...

You're one of those so-called preachers!

Steven Bently said...

Oh I guess you forgot...duh...the bible is the absolute literal word of god!!!

Not the metaphorical word of god!!!

If you're a preacher, I'm the Prime Minister of China!

Corey Bishop said...

Steven, if you correctly divide it, the Bible will make sense and you'll be able to tell when it's metaphorical and when it's literal. If you just decide to pull things out of context and not think, of course it'll seem stupid. But the Bible is not a book that you can just do that with. You HAVE to correctly and rightly divide the word of truth.

Steven Bently said...

Where does it say that anywhere in the world, much less the buybull?

Yeah divide it so you can believe it?

Dude, you're so full of shit!!!

If I were you, I'd be ashame to call myself a preacher!

Corey Bishop said...

It's not just an ordinary book Stephen. When I say "divide it" I don't mean "believe where you want to believe, and don'd believe here, or there." I mean examining the text to see the real meaning of it, and applying it to our lives where it says to apply it. I can't apply sacrificing a lamb today because it's not old testament. I can't apply baptism for salvation today because Jesus Christ already died for me. Baptism does nothing for my salvation. Not only that, you can tell Jesus was metaphorical when he said "eateth my flesh and drinketh my blood" because he offered Salvation to everyone. Yet we all can't "eat his flesh and drink his blood". That's just a sick and twisted view by you idiots who claim to have figured out life.

Let me ask you, are you happy? I mean truly truly happy? Nothing is wrong in your life at all? I'm at that point right now. I have not a worry or care, mainly because my God is bigger than any problem thrown at me.

Steven Bently said...

I don't need a belief in a god to make me happy! But you do and millions of you do, why? I don't know why a belief in a god makes people happy, they think they're going to get some kind of reward.

You ever heard of the stick and the carrot where the donkey will continue to pull a wagon along as long as he thinks one day he'll get a hold of that carrot?

That's what christianity is, it's a promise and hope based on faith that one day you're get a reward but it's all a lie created by ignorant men 2000 years ago, yet people are still foolish to believe they are going to get some kind of reward.

Steven Bently said...

You've said you do not deserve to get a reward, but yet you are looking for one, and you expect to get one.

That's the reason you're pretending to be happy, you're looking for that false reward that you do not deserve to receive.

Corey Bishop said...

Pretending? No my friend, I am 100% happy. I don't care about the rewards. God can keep everyone He's got in store for me, I don't care. It's not about that. I am happy.

Why? Because God is real, and I know He is. I don't have to pretend about anything, because I've experience and know He is there.

Steven Bently said...

That's the reason you're living in a delusional lie!

Corey Bishop said...

And that's the reason you have nothing else to say.

Steven Bently said...

I can't see how self-deception could make anyone happy?

But it appears that it does, I'm not for lies and myths and empty promises.

Corey Bishop said...

I'm not either. That's why I believe in the power of God to do what He said He would do.

Steven Bently said...

Yeah I was just thinking about how he calls men and boys to preach and to receive money and yet he won't even lift a hand to save a little girl from being raped or killed.

But it makes a lot of sense to you because you're the one coming out ahead.

Corey Bishop said...

It's not about money. Preachers are one of the poorest people in the world if you haven't noticed. I'd preach for free, easily.

God saved this girl in our church who was born with blood and lung problems. She was very close to death. The doctors declared there was nothing else they could do. Next thing we know, they say she's fine now, and they didn't do a single thing. Another 2 year old girl had cancer, and we prayed and prayed, and she was ok for a while, but ended up dying a few months ago. Now that baby is in Heaven, and it even brought her parents closer to God. There is a reason for everything that happens. The reason our God is so great is he can take a horrible scene like a death or rape, and use it for His glory. Now think about this, if someone's about to get raped, God can't just pop up and snatch the girl or something. He's still trying to remain hidden here.

Steven Bently said...

"It's not about money. Preachers are one of the poorest people in the world if you haven't noticed.

I wonder what part of the world you live in? Bill Graham, Benny Hinn, Pat Roberstson, Jim Baker, Kenneth Copeland, all worth billions$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$


"I'd preach for free, easily."

I"d (I would, but I don't), easily, (If I were asked to!)

God saved this girl in our church who was born with blood and lung problems. She was very close to death. The doctors declared there was nothing else they could do. Next thing we know, they say she's fine now, and they didn't do a single thing. Another 2 year old girl had cancer, and we prayed and prayed, and she was ok for a while, but ended up dying a few months ago. Now that baby is in Heaven, and it even brought her parents closer to God.

How can they be closer to god when no one knows where he is?

Cancer continually goes into remission in some patients, noting new there!

But he does not heal amputees.



There is a reason for everything that happens. The reason our God is so great is he can take a horrible scene like a death or rape, and use it for His glory. Now think about this, if someone's about to get raped,


"God can't just pop up and snatch the girl or something. He's still trying to remain hidden here."


Your god is not much of a god, you have to continually to make phony excuses for him...lol

Corey Bishop said...

I wouldn't have to be asked, I'd preach easily for free. If you haven't dropped in to see a church lately, you really should, because they have business meetings to discuss what money goes where, and you'd be surprised by just how little of the money put in the plate goes to the pastor. Educate yourself, and you might understand what I'm talking about.

The girl that lived didn't have cancer though.

The God that you don't think is much of a god is created you, and me, and everything around us. Science neither proves there is a God or isn't one. Therefore, you can't really use it at all. The Bible, on the other hand, has shown me the true living God. I don't have to make excuses at all for God. I could just stand idly by and let God do His own bidding on this one, and let you face the consequences. But I'm nice enough to spend the last, what now? 3 or so years debating with you on this blog. I can't recall a time you were ever right either, how about that?? =D

Steven Bently said...

Unless you live in a 3rd world country, here in USA the average preacher makes around $60,000 a year with house and car furnished and many freebies from the church members.


But!!!! Jesus said to sell all that you have and give to the poor, but he was speaking metaphorically.

That is, not to be taken seriously!!!!

Corey Bishop said...

Maybe at a mega church.... it all depends on where you preach. The members at our church decide what the pastor gets. I believe last time I checked, he received $20k a year, with insurance and a cell phone. That's it. I guarantee you he didn't go into the ministry for money.

And Jesus was talking to the disciples, not to us. You have to examine the text to see who Jesus was talking to, albeit someone in the scripture, us, or metaphorically speaking.

Steven Bently said...

Oh so Jesus was talking to the disciples and nothing he said pertains to christians?

Unless of course it happens to be what you want to believe?

That type of theology is what has cheepened chrisianity into what it is today.

Christians do not abide by what the bible says, but what christians want to turn, twist and spin it's message into what they want to believe.

Christians are all two-faced liars for jebus!

That's the reason I want nothing to do with it!!!

All christians are perpetual liars!!!

Corey Bishop said...

No dude, you don't get it. If you took every word literally in the Bible, you won't get the Bible. You have to examine the passages. God made it this way so you would study it! You have to examine who the passage was meant for, where does it apply? It's called rightly dividing the word. If I am to abide by every literal word in the Bible.... it'd be impossible, simply because the Bible will tell you to do one thing here, when he was talking to the disciples, but for us it means just the opposite.

Steven Bently said...

You're so screwed up in your head it's pathetic!!!

Whomever idiot brainwashed you, did a good job!

Titus said...

There's a reason for the cannibalism, and it has to with the campaign of Titus Flavius through Judea. The cannibalism is a way for Titus to mock the jews.

See:

http://titusmessiah.blogspot.com/

for more info.

And if you haven't read _Caesar's Messiah_, I suggest you do, and read it with the NT...it will all make much better sense.

Corey Bishop said...

The Bible is no ordinary book. Until you realize it's superiority to other books it will never make sense.

Sean Galt said...

Hi Corey,

I think you will find the book _Caesar's Messiah_ most interesting.

I put some info on my blog about it (http://titusmessiah.blogspot.com/).

If you (or someone else) can refute the book, I would be most interested in seeing it.

IMHO, Atwill _proves_ that the NT was written as ancient Roman war propaganda against the messianic jews. The book goes into a lot of detail, a lot of history and is quite heavy but very interesting.

You may not agree with it but you will find it challenging.

And if you're doing any kind of outreach, then trust me, you will start to see the arguments presented in the book very soon...

I'd also suggest reading "The Jewish War" by Josephus. He was an adopted Flavian and that book was considered to be part of the NT by many churches at the beginning of the "church."

Corey Bishop said...

Since you think that rightly dividing the word of God is so stupid, let's use a verse to verify that's what we are to do:

2 Tim 2:15 " Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. " KJV

Steven Bently said...

Hey thanks for those links, Titus and Sean, I'm going to check them out, sounds very interesting!

JayBird said...

'I don't know were paintings come from but they sure don't come from Painters!'

JayBird said...

I don't believe in Atheists

Steven Bently said...

That's cool!

Do you believe god destroyed a depiction of himself as revealed in the photos above?

JayBird said...

Good for you Corey!


The "touchdown" Jesus statue is (was) an artist's rendition of Jesus. It certainly didn't look like an ancient Palestinian Jew.

I don't the whole situation means means anything.

Nevertheless, the Bible teaches, ""You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below." (Exodus 20:4).

As a Believer I don't need a statue.

Steven Bently said...

"As a Believer I don't need a statue"

I would be willing to say that you think your bible god is a white man like you, if you had an idea that your bible god was a black man you would not consider the bible to be valid.


I'll bet you never went to that suggested site below either.

http://titusmessiah.blogspot.com

and read it!

No, not you!

JayBird said...

"I would be willing to say that you think your bible god is a white man like you, if you had an idea that your bible god was a black man you would not consider the bible to be valid."

The Bible makes it very clear that Jesus is Jewish.



"I'll bet you never went to that suggested site below either."

I'm not really interested in new age liberalistic attention gainers.

We know the New Testament was written by Jews with the exception of Luke. Remember there are over 5000 copies of the N.T. It is the most reliable ancient document in history; nothing even comes close. One thing we can be sure of is many will attempt to discredit it.

By the way, Ive seen much better arguments against the N.T. than this one...

Titus said...

Hi Everybody, sorry about the delay in getting back.

Sorry JayBird that you are not more open minded. There's a reason the NT survived that time period (when so little else did), 'cause that's exactly what the Flavians wanted...it's funny, I challenge people to prove Atwill wrong but not one ever has...and, btw, even if Atwill is right (and I think he is) that doesn't mean atheism is right! Something to think about.

Today's question - how come the ministry of Jesus parallels the military campaign of Jesus both in place and in sequence? For example, that both start at the sea of Galilee, where they both "fish for men"...

More to follow...and keep following that blog, there are more posts to come, I am sure!

Have a great day and keep an active and open mind!

Titus said...

Sorry again!

Made a typo!

Today's question should read:

Today's question - how come the ministry of Jesus parallels the military campaign of Titus Flavius both in place and in sequence? For example, that both start at the sea of Galilee, where they both "fish for men"...

This magnificent pile of shit destroyed by the god of lightning!!!

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Big Butter Jesus, Destroyed!! In the twinkling of an eye....LOL

Divine Justice?

Divine Justice?
Jebus is in hell...!

This eyesore off of I-75 in Ohio finally gone, Praise Tha Friggin Lord...LOL

This eyesore off of I-75 in Ohio finally gone, Praise Tha Friggin Lord...LOL
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