Chief Elder Osiris : Gadaffi Was Out of Order

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    Gadaffi Was Out of Order


    Beloved, not only is Qaddafi is out of order in the face of the Divine Truth, so is all of those that oppose what Qaddafi is saying, just to be in favor of what White people say about their made up fantasy of a figure by the name of Jesus.

    No Afrikan that serve as an enabler and enforcer of the Jesus Lie, is capable of fighting for the Liberation from the present condition that is a Reality to the Black so call Afrikan Life condition today.

    Maintain the Lie of Jesus, regardless of what kind of take you choose to attempt, in order to cause this fantasy to be real, do so and Black people that do, act in maintaining the security of the present condition of the Black World.

    Beloved, it does not matter how much you attempt to twist A lie or color it, the Lie remain as is, and to re-enforce the notion that this Jesus is the Savior of the World, was crucified, died and rose from the grave and ascended back into Heaven and given the condition of the Black World, then I will have to continue to question our Sanity.

    Is it that Black people have been made to be just lovers of fantasy stories about Life ?

    Here Is Loving You

    Hoteph
    Osiris
    Chief Elder
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    Gadaffi Was Out of Order

    The Monitor (Kampala)
    OPINION
    April 5, 2007

    By Fr A. J Bwangatto


    Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi is reported to have told a mass prayer meeting for Muslims in Niger that Jesus was not really nailed to the cross but that another man who resembled him was crucified in his place (Sunday Herald Sun, April 1).
    As Christians worldwide begin to observe the events of the Holy Week, that is, the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, these purported statements from a respected African leader are quite disturbing. I say so because the crucifixion of Jesus is so central to the Christian faith because Christ Himself is offering the one single sacrifice for sins (Heb. 10:11-12), which is a major principle in our faith.
    The cross therefore becomes what St. Paul calls "the power of God." (1Cor.1:18) and the most fundamental component of our preaching to the world (1Cor.1:22-24) . Casting into doubt such an essential aspect of the Christian faith is practically the same as reducing Christianity to a mere human ideology.
    It is reported that Col. Gaddafi went on to say that it was a mistake to believe that Jesus had been crucified and killed. "It is not correct to say that. Another man resembling Jesus was crucified in his place."
    These were bewildering remarks given the religious tensions in which the world is engulfed. The world has recently witnessed a series of protests because of the "irresponsible and blasphemous" remarks against Islam and the Prophet Mohamed. Such events raised a consciousness that religious ethnocentrism is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century and religious leaders ought to be responsible
    These remarks have not drawn much protest from Christians. Overtime, Christians exercise restraint.
    Religious ethnocentrism provokes religious hatred and unnecessary social tensions leading to instability.
    The writer is a lecturer in salvation history and African philosophical thought at St. Mbaaga's Major Seminary, Ggaba.

    Forward Ever (by any means necessary)!
    Karen C. Aboiralor
     
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