Brother AACOOLDRE : Schizophrenics and Christians

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  1. AACOOLDRE

    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    SCHIZOPHRENIA & CHRISTIANITY
    By Andre Austin

    The Old testament is a failed attempt to understand God and the New testament is a successful novel at distorting God. In the present form our NT easily fit’s the psychological term of a schizophrenic. Schizophrenia comes with no loss of intellectual function but the information, facts and ideas are distorted deliberately or otherwise. This fragmentation of information produces delusions and misplacement of reality.

    Many schizophrenics watch television programs and think the newscasters are talking about them. They just simply gets people and things fragmented and distorted. They sometimes get their speaking skills fragmented and invent new words no one understands but themselves. Christians can fit the definition of schizophrenics because they believe in ghost and demons and wrongly apply Old testament verses to Jesus. The OT knew nothing of Jesus and didn’t write about him. Either the NT writers were schizophrenic or they were distorting Jesus. To turn Jesus into a God they gave him a virgin birth from the OT Isaiah chapter 7. Unfortunately Isaiah never talked about Jesus or a virgin. Isaiah talked about an Almah (young woman) not a Beulah (virgin). Isaiah 53 wasn’t talking about Jesus either. He never gave his name or timeline of history. If Isaiah was talking about Jesus he would have let us know the time and place. But he did give us a clue what he was talking about. (Isaiah 7:14)
    This verse is part of a prophecy that Isaiah relates to King Ahaz( Reign as king from 745-715BC) regarding the fate of the two kings threatening Judah at that time and the fate of Judah itself. In the original Hebrew, the verse says that a "young woman" will give birth, not a "virgin" which is an entirely different Hebrew word. The young woman became a virgin only when the Hebrew word was mistranslated into Greek in the NT.
    This passage obviously has nothing to do with Jesus (who, if this prophecy did apply to him, should have been named Immanuel instead of Jesus). A true schizophrenic will keep on with the distortion of reality after given the correct information or a person who has a monetary gain in lies.

    Artificial Schizophrenics

    These can be victims of military and law enforcement psychological warfare on criminals or undesirables. These individuals phones are taped with bugs and surveillance cameras and they play mind games and tricks on them. This is used as a last resort when individuals can’t be caught doing crimes or aren’t doing any crimes at all. It’s basically a game to discredit a person. The game is only successful when they can track everything you do and say so they can disrupt your social and economic life. They do gang leaders and Klans people like this. Make them believe they are telling on each other by fragmented information and distorted reality. Or they try to get the whole community against them and drive them out.
     
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    Virgin - Isaiah 7:14
    Dr. Dan Hayden




    Yet, there have been liberal scholars, choosing not to believe in the deity of Christ (nor the miraculous), who have challenged this translation of Isaiah 7:14 saying that the Hebrew word translated “virgin” really means “young woman.” The Revised Standard Version of the Bible and the New English Bible, for instance, translate this verse to say “A young woman is with child.” Since they don’t believe in the virgin birth, the translators chose the meaning “young woman”, rather than “virgin.”

    The word in question is the Hebrew word “almah”, which according to Langensheidt’s Hebrew Dictionary means “a maiden, a young marriageable woman.” Actually, this word comes from the root word “alam” — a verb meaning “to hide, conceal, cover.” The idea, then, is of a young woman that is covered or veiled, who is being protected (hidden away or concealed). That is why Strong’s Concordance reflects the meaning of “almah” as “a lass (as veiled or private).” The implication, then, is that she is young, inexperienced, protected by her family, and reserved for the man who will become her husband. It is truly the idea of a virgin woman.

    This word is used seven times in the Old Testament — Gen. 24:43; Exod. 2:8; Psalm 68:25; Prov. 30:19; Song of Solomon 1:3; 6:8; Isa. 7:14. Sometimes it is translated “maiden” or “damsel” where the virgin nature of the woman (or women) is implied, but not stated. The first time it is used, however, there is no question about the virgin status of the ALMAH woman. Abraham’s servant is explaining to Laban how he had prayed to the Lord saying “…and may it be that the maiden [“almah”] who comes out to draw (water)…” would be the right woman to become Isaac’s bride (Gen. 24:43). Earlier in the chapter, however, a description of Rebekah is given in verse 16 which says, “And the girl was very beautiful, a virgin, and no man had had relations with her…” It is very clear in this text, therefore, that “almah” is referring to a virgin woman.



    http://www.awordfromtheword.org/virgin.htm
     
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    Hmmm...interesting....For me, this fits those who oppose the Bible and Christianity.
     
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    how do you tell the difference between a schizophrenic and a religious person?
     
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