18 comments on “If The Second Coming Happened Today, Jesus Would Be In The Same Situation As Bill Cosby

  1. Growing up in a Christian household, the idea of giving thanks to Jesus instead of God before eating was strange to me. I find in the Christian church Jesus seems to be bigger than God too which is also strange.

    One thing I’ve been struggling with lately is this….

    I know accepting Jesus as savior is suppose to have you saved. What happened to people after they died before Jesus’s time though? Because according to some scriptures, if you repent and accept Jesus, you go to heaven. If you don’t, you go to hell. Did everyone go to hell before Jesus’s time? Did everyone go to heaven? Or when you died, was that just it? People that lived before Jesus didn’t have the option to accept him as savior. Unless everyone automatically went to hell before Jesus’s time, Jesus dying on the cross for everyone’s sins is technically a terrible thing.

    Here’s why,

    Now people either go to heaven or hell. Rather than everyone going to heaven or everyone just dying, you now go to hell if you don’t repent. Scripture also indicates that most people will not repent, so thus, most people burn in hell forever. The thought of a God creating humans that will live on average a little over 70 years and then tossing the vast majority of them into a lake of fire for eternity is a bit tough to swallow. Perhaps a bit of a deep though.

    • Notice the misandry in Matthew 5:28: “But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart.”

      Sheesh. Jesus forbids us to have sexual thoughts about women. If I have to go to hell for “adultery” just for lusting for all the women I didn’t get any sex from, I will feel really cheated.

      • Most people (and most Christians, sadly enough, priests and pastors included) are not aware there’s a difference between lust and arousal. They’re related but not the same.

        Lust is when you do your little head do your thinking for you. It’s not the same as when your dick gets hard, which is arousal.

        To confuse the two is to do the devil’s work, not the Lord’s.

    • Mothers do this all the time.

      Women see their own kids as hostages.

      Women use kids as hostages for attention, for money and against fathers.

  2. I want everyone to watch this video. It is off topic, but I want all men warned.

    The man who killed himself after being hounded by the child support people was a common law husband.

    MGTOW is not a trendy hipster lifestyle, it is a survival strategy.

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  4. I noticed in the above comments a confusion about Matthew 5:28. Isn’t the definition of adultery, as described in the Bible, to have sex with another man’s wife? Therefore, the woman described in the verse must referred to married woman. In fact, I looked up what I suspected and I also fouind out lust is not the proper translation. It should read covet, not lust. There is a big difference between the two.

    Here is the link:

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