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The 'New Normal' Christianity?

GinLA Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 2:52 PM
The sad thing is Hollywood does not need a show to make God in it's own image...for most people who call themselves Christian today that "image" is God. Christians have not only helped this transfer from true, real savior to false idol, but many have promoted it as the one true God! At a time, not too long ago, I believed in that God and would tell others about him, as if he existed. I was always surprised when no one could see him like I did. But once I was introduced to the real God, the one who comes alive in the scriptures everything changed.
FlamingLiberalMultiCulturalist Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 3:11 PM
You mean, Jesus *doesn't* look like Jim Caviesel?
GAMMA-RAY-BURSTER Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 3:39 PM
... nor does He look like James Carvel or Jimmy Carter.

Ever wonder why ???
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 3:52 PM

We know roughly what Jesus looks like. His image exists on the Shroud of Turin. Without a doubt; though it's not easy to make out.

A group of techies has done computer work on the Shroud's image showing Him quite a bit like the picture Saint Faustina had painted as she described. You might see these depictions on You Tube. They're fascinating.

GAMMA-RAY-BURSTER Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 4:10 PM
Dreadnaught... much scholarly research has been done on the Shroud of Turin. Bothe the fabric and image are of a very different and far more modern age that at the time of Christ. The Shroud of Turin does contain mysteries such as precisely what comprises the image. Similar images have appeared on other Shrouds that indeed do date to the time of Christ that had been laced upon deceased persons known not to be Christ.
NBC's sitcom "The New Normal" isn't just trying to remake society for the Gay Left. It's trying to remake Christianity, which is to say, destroy it. For its October 22 episode, "The Godparent Trap," NBC ran promos with the gay character Brian in the confessional, and the priest sneering, "If you're not going to take this seriously, I'm going to go back to playing Angry Birds."

As the plot unfolds, we're told Brian was raised Catholic, and as he sits in a pew and looks around at religious pictures, he cracks gay jokes in his mind. He sees the Apostles:...