Ep 26 Romans 5:12-21 Does Original Sin Mean Guilty by Nature?

Haden returns to the conversation of being by nature guilty because of Adam’s sin and what we can gleam about this “original sin” in Romans 5:12-21.

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One thought on “Ep 26 Romans 5:12-21 Does Original Sin Mean Guilty by Nature?

  1. “It would therefor make sense that the original sin was ascribing a singular name to divinity that allowed the unworthy to channel and appropriate it through language and its gematria. This scenario would fit the description of having characteristics of both good and evil. Good, in that people everywhere have been given the ‘word of god’ to express and communicate their love for divinity plainly and easily but bad because this automatically opens a door for idolaters and deceivers to channel and make use of these pathways to power their curses, Malcraft and blasphemy.” -Taken from: http://theunicornnightmare.com/2017/12/12/the-tree-of-knowledge-of-good-and-evil

    Beginning at 1:41 you go on about the dilemma that “Jesus Christ” represents (paraphrased: ‘whether or not he was born divine or was in fact human and guilty of sin etc.’) To explain; our mortal life is a chance to create a permanent Halo/Ankh from an impermanent human container. It stand to reasons that “Jesus Christ” represents the individual who has overcome the human genome; Revelation 3:21 “To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in His throne.” The passage implies that the redeemer has attained and element of symmetry and recursion with his Guiding force/G-d. Ultimately the purpose of Christianity is to offer humans the chance to become “fair-folk”; (Elves or Dwar’s) that may sound silly to a 101 like yourself but its true. The crucifixion was not “fair” for Jesus and believe me when I say HE WONT DO IT AGAIN.

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