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The Sign of the Baphomet

Hand signs are one of the oldest means of identifying oneself with a group. To Christians, an integral expression of the faith during their services is making the sign of the cross (or “Spectacles, Testicles, Wallet, & Watch). Modern urban gangs “throw” their intricate and unique hand signs. And then …

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The Apostolic Cult of Jesus ben Joseph

In the modern world, the choosing of the Disciples by Jesus would be considered the beginnings of a cult, which is exactly what the Pharisees and Sadducees of antiquity believed the young Jesus’ movement actually was. Jesus’ teachings have all the hallmarks of a cult (as developed by Janja Lalich, …

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Ovid’s “Conceptio”

To the pagan world, the conception of their God-man would have been passionate, erotic, and beautiful sexual intercourse between the mortal woman and her god. Zeus was heralded for the many bastard demigods he fathered with mortal women. There would be no great heroes of the Ancient Greek religion if …

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Of Scholarship, Authority, and Bullshit

Christian theologians do not have exclusive rights to Christian theology and scholarship, particularly if the work in question disagrees with established Christian Dogma. Is Asher Norman, a Jew, allowed to write Jewish theology concerning Jesus, Twenty-Six Reasons Why Jews Don’t Believe in Jesus; can Reza Aslan, a Muslim, be permitted …

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Heinlein’s Theory of Everything

We, the editors and contributors to ChiXiStigma.org, consider ourselves to be radical fundamentalist evolutionists. There was no possibility that Creationism could be a valid explanation of the creation of our universe. That is until we read famed science-fiction writer Robert A. Heinlein’s Job: A Comedy of Justice. There is a …

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Sophia: Wife of God & Mother of the Logos

No biblical scholar or even Christian, no matter how lapsed, will concede the following: God has a Wife, the Son of God has a Mother, and Her name is Wisdom. Yet, surprisingly, Eusebius, an early Church Father, actually writes about a feminine God, the wife of Jehovah! “And that there …

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A Church Divided Against Itself

Before It Can Stand The debate over circumcision or uncircumcision has reared its ugly head again after nearly two thousand years. Why have Social Justice Warriors inflamed the debate over circumcision or intactivism (whatever the unholy fuck that is)? Wasn’t this all settled during the Council of Jerusalem two millennia …

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Of Screwtape’s Letters and Satan’s Study Bible

C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters is a marvel of Christian apologetic satire. Only a man who spent many of his adult years as a self-professed Atheist would have the faith to write a novel for a Christian audience about the correspondence from a demon named Screwtape, who gives under-worldly advice …

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And the Prosecution Rests

The Prosecution has presented the partial testimony of the hostile witness called John the Beloved, the son of Zebedee. During the course of our case against Christ, we will call and interrogate three other witnesses, Matthew (also called Levi), John Mark, and Luke the Physician. By reading each Satan’s Study …

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Can Blasphemy Teach the Gospel?

We, despite our infernal trappings, are not stereotypical Satanists, who worship the Devil during highly sexualized S & M Black Masses. One would be startlingly foolish to worship the personification of evil. What would one do if one conjured the Devil? Ask him if he would care for some tea …

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