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A Household Word?

Postby David Ben-Ariel » Sat Jan 03, 2009 5:28 am

The general public doesn't have a clue about the Gospel or the Ezekiel Warning Message! If you don't believe me, conduct your own survey and see for yourself. That means something isn't kosher! Something needs to be done differently, more effectively, doesn't it?

That woeful ignorance indicts the Church of God, since God says, "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge." And that same God warns about our responsibility to sound the alarm so British-Israelites and Jews, and repentant Gentiles, can seek shelter in Him and avert the imminent nuclear Holocaust.

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David Ben-Ariel wrote:The general public doesn't have a clue about the Gospel or the Ezekiel Warning Message! If you don't believe me, conduct your own survey and see for yourself. That means something isn't kosher! Something needs to be done differently, more effectively, doesn't it?

That woeful ignorance indicts the Church of God, since God says, "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge." And that same God warns about our responsibility to sound the alarm so British-Israelites and Jews, and repentant Gentiles, can seek shelter in Him and avert the imminent nuclear Holocaust.

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And that ends today's broadcasting on the Chicken Little Network. Tune in tomorrow for more fascinating, entertaining, and totally implausible goodies.
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Postby decreptitate777 » Sun Jan 04, 2009 12:37 am

Gawdzilla wrote:And that ends today's broadcasting on the Chicken Little Network. Tune in tomorrow for more fascinating, entertaining, and totally implausible goodies.






:lol: I notice the smarter the people are...the better the humor...

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Gawdzilla wrote:And that ends today's broadcasting on the Chicken Little Network. Tune in tomorrow for more fascinating, entertaining, and totally implausible goodies.


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Meanwhile in news from the Vatican Science Foundation:




Erm, actually, the rest of the page is blank. :? :roll:
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Postby David Ben-Ariel » Tue Jan 06, 2009 6:11 am

Gawdzilla wrote:And that ends today's broadcasting on the Chicken Little Network.


When the world as we know it comes crashing down, as it will and the German-EU will deal US the nuclear death blow, those who failed to hear and heed the warning message (if they survive) will have plenty of time to think about it in concentration camps. Hopefully, they'll then be wide awake and ready to listen to the message that will be continued by Two Witnesses, two outspoken men, in Jerusalem, who will speak to their captive audience.

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David Ben-Ariel wrote:When the world as we know it comes crashing down, as it will and the German-EU will deal US the nuclear death blow
This garbage is reminiscent of Iraq's supposed WMD.

GERMANY DOESN'T HAVE NUCLEAR WEAPONS AT ITS DISPOSAL.

Another point, the EU isn't German, it's a union of European countries, with no country designated as top dog.
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Postby Abdul Alhazred » Tue Jan 06, 2009 7:10 pm

Gawdzilla wrote:Meanwhile in news from the Vatican Science Foundation:




Erm, actually, the rest of the page is blank. :? :roll:


Intentionally left blank? :pr:
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José wrote:
David Ben-Ariel wrote:When the world as we know it comes crashing down, as it will and the German-EU will deal US the nuclear death blow
This garbage is reminiscent of Iraq's supposed WMD.

GERMANY DOESN'T HAVE NUCLEAR WEAPONS AT ITS DISPOSAL.

Another point, the EU isn't German, it's a union of European countries, with no country designated as top dog.

Unless of course, the story is made to fit some sort of biblical doomsday prophesy.
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Re: A Household Word?

Postby Gawdzilla Sama » Tue Jan 06, 2009 8:55 pm

Abdul Alhazred wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote:Meanwhile in news from the Vatican Science Foundation:




Erm, actually, the rest of the page is blank. :? :roll:


Intentionally left blank? :pr:

Actually, it was banned. Something about a body being found in a crypt in the Holey Land. :shock:
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Re: A Household Word?

Postby David Ben-Ariel » Tue Jan 13, 2009 3:01 am

Full page ad in the Jewish Voice and Opinion warns Jerusalem to beware the German-Jesuit EU.

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Postby David Ben-Ariel » Tue Jan 13, 2009 3:05 am

José wrote:
David Ben-Ariel wrote:When the world as we know it comes crashing down, as it will and the German-EU will deal US the nuclear death blow
This garbage is reminiscent of Iraq's supposed WMD.


Last I heard they did, even though I believe Israel - not the US - should have dealt with it.

GERMANY DOESN'T HAVE NUCLEAR WEAPONS AT ITS DISPOSAL.


Wishful thinking and ignorant of Germany history and ambitions. Consider Franz Josef Strauss. Furthermore, Germany will soon be in command of the French arsenal too.

the EU isn't German, it's a union of European countries, with no country designated as top dog.


More woefully ignorant or delusional thinking. the EU is a German ruse, as many folks - secular and religious - acknowledge.

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Gawdzilla wrote::pr:


You're too generous.
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OlegTheBatty wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote::pr:


You're too generous.

Yeah, well, they don't allow no images here.
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Gawdzilla wrote:Yeah, well, they don't allow no images here.
So they do allow images here? :scratch:
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José wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote:Yeah, well, they don't allow no images here.
So they do allow images here? :scratch:

NO, that's why I provided a link instead.
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Gawdzilla wrote:
José wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote:Yeah, well, they don't allow no images here.
So they do allow images here? :scratch:

NO, that's why I provided a link instead.

A picture posts a thousand words, and that would be over the forum limit.
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Re: A Household Word?

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landrew wrote:
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José wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote:Yeah, well, they don't allow no images here.
So they do allow images here? :scratch:

NO, that's why I provided a link instead.

A picture posts a thousand words, and that would be over the forum limit.

I'm okay with links. 8-)
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A Christian Zionist differs from the other kind in various ways. The most obvious difference is the Christian Zionist actually wants an apocalypse.
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Abdul Alhazred wrote:A Christian Zionist differs from the other kind in various ways. The most obvious difference is the Christian Zionist actually wants an apocalypse.

So it would seem, at least.
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Abdul Alhazred wrote:A Christian Zionist differs from the other kind in various ways. The most obvious difference is the Christian Zionist actually wants an apocalypse.


That's not true, and you have nothing to base your false accusation upon and thereby prove you're not qualified to comment on such matters. As a Christian Zionist, I know and testify that Christian Zionists hope to avert national and international disaster by calling upon folks to REPENT and turn from destructive ways. :idea:

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landrew wrote:
Abdul Alhazred wrote:A Christian Zionist differs from the other kind in various ways. The most obvious difference is the Christian Zionist actually wants an apocalypse.

So it would seem, at least.


To the shallow perhaps. :idea:

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Postby David Ben-Ariel » Sun Feb 15, 2009 1:05 am

Herbert W. Armstrong was RIGHT when it came to the principles of biblical prophecy regarding the GERMAN-DOMINATED EUROPE that will soon take those of you who survive the initial nuclear blasts into NATIONAL CAPTIVITY, but he was ahead of his time, he was definitely an early warning system whose warnings we will see come true, even if he was sincerely wrong for believing it would happen in his lifetime. He loved us enough to risk ridicule for being wrong with his dates.

Yet where is any post condemning traditional Churchianity's untold predictions, far longer than HWA's list of premature predictions, that dogmatically stated RUSSIA would attack US? ??? Russia didn't and never will! But a German-dominated Europe will take us out and you'll all remember who told you so!

Meanwhile, before the imminent national captivity, Herbert W. Armstrong was RIGHT about Sabbath versus Sunday, biblical holy days versus pagan holidays, the meek shall inherit the Earth - not "go to Heaven," etc. SEE HOW FOLKS ARE AFRAID TO FACE THESE FACTS - this plain truth of the Bible - but choose to get distracted by predictions? Are there any honest souls out there? God knows.

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David Ben-Ariel wrote: But a German-dominated Europe will take us out and you'll all remember who told you so!


You have made another error David. France doesn't have enough nuclear weapons to burn the USA and England. France converted to low yeild stategic weapons. Germany doesn't have any nuclear weapons at all, therefore nothing you have predicted can actually happen. Please check your facts before posting on a skeptic forum or people will continue to think you are just stupid and uneducated.

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Many professing Christians remain in denial that traditional Catholics and Protestants are spiritual drunks and whores (intoxicated by Catholic concoctions), drug addicts (under the heavy influence of Rome); traditional Christians and Catholics are spiritual practicing homosexuals, REPROBATES having a perverse spiritual preference for tradition over truth, for abominable baptized paganism, counterfeit Christian holidays they've accepted (following Constantine, not Jesus Christ), falling for accursed Rome's replacement theology that would replace the biblical Sabbath and holy days and dietary laws (we are commanded to keep) with their idolatrous traditions and unclean doctrines of demons...

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Re: A Household Word?

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David Ben-Ariel wrote:Many professing Christians remain in denial that traditional Catholics and Protestants are spiritual drunks and whores (intoxicated by Catholic concoctions), drug addicts (under the heavy influence of Rome); traditional Christians and Catholics are spiritual practicing homosexuals,


David, I'm concerned that you may be dementing
1) You admit to being an intravenous drug user.
.David experienced "almost sure death" another time, besides the rock concert, when he was 18, and was in his bedroom mainlining some drugs. His mother was home at the time but was unaware of what was happening to her son. "Suddenly everything seemed strange to me" - David says trying to remember - "the music started sounding really weird...Later I woke up in the hospital and a doctor informed me that I had damaged my liver and that it was a miracle that I still had a brain and could think clearly."http://www.filteredarticles.com/news-media/article2572.htm

2) You admit to being a homosexual who has full blow AIDS on this forum
3) You have aimed you post at Christians on a Skeptic website.

You are now slagging off Catholics for "spiritually" doing what you actually did. The Pope is not homosexual nor a drug addict. You are "projecting" your own failings onto other religions as you are probably dementing. Please seek help. You are hurting your cause by posting here..can't you see the damage you are doing. No wonder the PCG threw you out.

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David Ben-Ariel wrote:Drunks and Whores (David Ben-Ariel YouTube video)
Many professing Christians remain in denial that traditional Catholics and Protestants are spiritual drunks and whores (intoxicated by Catholic concoctions), drug addicts (under the heavy influence of Rome); traditional Christians and Catholics are spiritual practicing homosexuals, REPROBATES having a perverse spiritual preference for tradition over truth, for abominable baptized paganism, counterfeit Christian holidays they've accepted (following Constantine, not Jesus Christ), falling for accursed Rome's replacement theology that would replace the biblical Sabbath and holy days and dietary laws (we are commanded to keep) with their idolatrous traditions and unclean doctrines of demons...

Watch the Drunks and Whores video and read these articles:

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Why do you keeping preaching against protestents and catholics on a forum that is unlikely to have many of either. Most people here, I would surmise, have little use for any religion - especially the fundamentalist, world-is-going-to-end-tomorrow version you keep shilling. Go to a catholic forum if you want to tell catholics just how wrong you think they are. There are plenty of them out there.
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Pyrrho wrote:Posting on forums regularly indexed by search engines is sometimes an effective way to boost visibility in search engine results.

Hadn't thought about that. Oh the things people do to get attantion.
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sciwoman wrote:
David Ben-Ariel wrote:Drunks and Whores (David Ben-Ariel YouTube video)
Many professing Christians remain in denial that traditional Catholics and Protestants are spiritual drunks and whores (intoxicated by Catholic concoctions), drug addicts (under the heavy influence of Rome); traditional Christians and Catholics are spiritual practicing homosexuals, REPROBATES having a perverse spiritual preference for tradition over truth, for abominable baptized paganism, counterfeit Christian holidays they've accepted (following Constantine, not Jesus Christ), falling for accursed Rome's replacement theology that would replace the biblical Sabbath and holy days and dietary laws (we are commanded to keep) with their idolatrous traditions and unclean doctrines of demons...

Watch the Drunks and Whores video and read these articles:

Christian Reprobates?

Plea to Diehard Catholics & Protestants to Repent

Why do you keeping preaching against protestents and catholics on a forum that is unlikely to have many of either. Most people here, I would surmise, have little use for any religion - especially the fundamentalist, world-is-going-to-end-tomorrow version you keep shilling. Go to a catholic forum if you want to tell catholics just how wrong you think they are. There are plenty of them out there.


They ban him. Here he's allowed to talk.

David, do some research... I'm sure these words are lost on you.

The whole "burn the world" or "burn this country" with nuclear weapons thing is physically impossible for any nation. The goal of nuclear weapons was to destroy the infrastructure of a nation to a degree that they'd be unable to prosecute a war. This isn't "burn" the country and there will be no "nuclear" holocaust that destroys the world. We'd need a shiet-ton more nukes for that to happen....
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Postby David Ben-Ariel » Wed Feb 18, 2009 7:22 pm

"A Household Word" (YouTube video by David Ben-Ariel)

The general public doesn't have a clue about the Gospel or the Ezekiel Warning Message! That woeful ignorance indicts the Church of God, since God says, "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge." And that same God warns about our responsibility to sound the alarm so British-Israelites and Jews, and repentant Gentiles, can seek shelter in Him and avert the imminent nuclear Holocaust.

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Postby David Ben-Ariel » Wed Feb 18, 2009 7:23 pm

sciwoman wrote:
David Ben-Ariel wrote:Drunks and Whores (David Ben-Ariel YouTube video)
Many professing Christians remain in denial that traditional Catholics and Protestants are spiritual drunks and whores (intoxicated by Catholic concoctions), drug addicts (under the heavy influence of Rome); traditional Christians and Catholics are spiritual practicing homosexuals, REPROBATES having a perverse spiritual preference for tradition over truth, for abominable baptized paganism, counterfeit Christian holidays they've accepted (following Constantine, not Jesus Christ), falling for accursed Rome's replacement theology that would replace the biblical Sabbath and holy days and dietary laws (we are commanded to keep) with their idolatrous traditions and unclean doctrines of demons...

Watch the Drunks and Whores video and read these articles:

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Plea to Diehard Catholics & Protestants to Repent

Why do you keeping preaching against protestents and catholics on a forum that is unlikely to have many of either.


Many or few, here or there, it's important for the Word to get out, and the majority of atheists here should at least agree and acknowledge what I say is true about Catholics and Protestants.

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Postby David Ben-Ariel » Wed Feb 18, 2009 7:31 pm

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sciwoman wrote:
David Ben-Ariel wrote:Drunks and Whores (David Ben-Ariel YouTube video)
Many professing Christians remain in denial that traditional Catholics and Protestants are spiritual drunks and whores (intoxicated by Catholic concoctions), drug addicts (under the heavy influence of Rome); traditional Christians and Catholics are spiritual practicing homosexuals, REPROBATES having a perverse spiritual preference for tradition over truth, for abominable baptized paganism, counterfeit Christian holidays they've accepted (following Constantine, not Jesus Christ), falling for accursed Rome's replacement theology that would replace the biblical Sabbath and holy days and dietary laws (we are commanded to keep) with their idolatrous traditions and unclean doctrines of demons...

Watch the Drunks and Whores video and read these articles:

Christian Reprobates?

Plea to Diehard Catholics & Protestants to Repent

Why do you keeping preaching against protestents and catholics on a forum that is unlikely to have many of either. Most people here, I would surmise, have little use for any religion - especially the fundamentalist, world-is-going-to-end-tomorrow version you keep shilling. Go to a catholic forum if you want to tell catholics just how wrong you think they are. There are plenty of them out there.


They ban him.


Catholic forums ban quicker than Protestants, but they're both cut from the same cultic cloth.

The whole "burn the world" or "burn this country" with nuclear weapons thing is physically impossible for any nation.


Go tell that to Hiroshima or Nagasaki and read John Hersey's book Hiroshima.

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Actually, you just want to boost your scores on the search engines by spamming the forum with links while holding conversations with yourself.
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Re: A Household Word?

Postby David Ben-Ariel » Wed Feb 18, 2009 7:44 pm

Matthew Ellard wrote:
David Ben-Ariel wrote:Many professing Christians remain in denial that traditional Catholics and Protestants are spiritual drunks and whores (intoxicated by Catholic concoctions), drug addicts (under the heavy influence of Rome); traditional Christians and Catholics are spiritual practicing homosexuals,


I'm concerned


I don't need any kiss from Judas. He was "concerned" for the poor too.

You admit to being an intravenous drug user


I have no problem acknowledging I'm a FORMER drug addict. If I did, I certainly wouldn't have frankly discussed it in my article, Herbert W. Armstrong and the Worldwide Church of God Mentioned in Israeli Newspaper

You admit to being a homosexual who has full blow AIDS


I confess I'm a RECOVERING homosexual who has AIDS. Apparently my honesty is too much for some, as it blows away those who are used to living a lie and being dishonest with themselves and others.

God and the Gays

Scarlet Letter: A Christian With AIDS

Does God Heal Today?

You are now slagging off Catholics for "spiritually" doing what you actually did.


Yes, what I actually did but don't do any more. The good news is that I'm proof that REPENTANCE is possible, that folks don't have to remain drunks and whores or stuck in the muck of Babylon. Isn't it wonderful how I can relate to so many people from all walks of life?

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Re: A Household Word?

Postby David Ben-Ariel » Wed Feb 18, 2009 7:50 pm

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Pyrrho wrote:Posting on forums regularly indexed by search engines is sometimes an effective way to boost visibility in search engine results.

Hadn't thought about that. Oh the things people do to get attantion.


Apparently you haven't thought about this either: I'm a means to an end, a messenger. I simply redirect any attention I receive to the plain truth of the Bible and history that I dare to share. That's why I say FOCUS ON THE MESSAGE. I'm a nobody, but I am somebody who does what I can to get the Word out to one and all, great and small, important and unimportant, Catholics, Protestants, to everybody - even to those entangled in the cults of atheism and skepticism.

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Re: A Household Word?

Postby David Ben-Ariel » Wed Feb 18, 2009 8:04 pm

Gawdzilla wrote:boost your scores on the search engines


I think I'll go boost my scores and the scores of The Skeptics Society Forum by posting something from this thread. :D


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