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St. Paul, Mommy Professor, and the Silence

Posted by Bob on December 13th, 2012 under Coaching Session

When the Role is Called Up Yonder there will be many loud sounds.

One of the loudest will be the sound of early Christians coughing up all the words two thousand years worth of theologians have stuffed into their mouths.

There will also be a Silence.

CS Lewis said that “Hell is Noise. In Heaven all is Silence or Music.”

But Lewis’s picture of Silence is wholly different from ours. To us silence is the suspension of thought or communication.

We have all forgotten the period when we developed from one cell to human, and learned to use our five senses, hearing included. The Silence that made us human was not he silence of suspension. It was the Silence of Realization.

ALL of the discussions that I saw of Brown’s The Da Vinci Code consisted of professional theologians rushing to discuss their side and Cultural Marxists rushing to state theirs. Unless you are one of the established and published groups, the two sides, you are ignored.

We’re back to “Why is this information produced?” It is produced, like all press information, by those the press goes to on that particular subject. In such an environment, Newton could not have developed. In such an environment an Ignaz Semmelweis dies in a madhouse, because in the Noise of Experts, no one is noticed if, instead of following the Noise, he follows the Silence of Realization.

What should have hit everybody about the response to The DaVinci Code was not the yelling of pet doctrines and accusations of Heresy. What should have hit everybody was the Silence of Christian Theology.

One reason I think I am generally on the right track is because my thinking on totally different subjects tends to run into itself.

Each century after the original Gospels were first written down you can date the later versions by how completely they are taken up with the late Zoroastrian creed.

The fourth century Gospel of Judas leaves out almost everything that is familiar to us. It has Jesus agreeing with Judas’s absolute definition of “evil” with
“woman.” It has Jesus laughing at the Apostles and telling Judas that the God they are speaking of is “The God of THIS World.”

These are not terms we associate with Christianity. No one notices the silence about this difference. All these denunciations come straight out of late Zoroastrianism.

Or, to put St Paul in a familiar perspective, he added Persian sophistication to Christ’s teachings. Persia appears in both testaments because it was the only Great Alternative throughout the whole period from the early Greek City States, throughout the pagan and Christian Roman Empire, right up until Persia was conquered by Islam.

For at least fifteen centuries Persia was the French to Rome’s Britain, the other Superpower. For fifteen hundred years a Classical intellectual had to understand The Other Half, the other half we see now only in the Magi in the New Testament and the Emperor Cyrus in the Old.

St. Paul was Christianity’s Mommy Professor. He crammed so many alien concepts, and the late, really sick ones, into the mouth of Jesus that no one even discusses them.Photobucket

There is no that Jesus advocated the sterility for all that was the cornerstone of Paul’s teachings. In fact, Jesus’ first recorded miracle took place when he
blessed the Wedding at Cana.

But Paul specifically told all young Christian women that they should never marry or beget and should abstain as he had. Sex, Paul told all, was evil, and the only reason a woman should marry is the extreme case where she could not abstain:

“It is better to marry than to burn.” Whether he meant burn with passion or burn in Hell he did not specify.

It is impossible to make this famous doctrine of St. Paul jibe with the Jesus at Cana.

So naturally no one who is publishable or officially an expert is going to MENTION it. The Jesus who hated all mention of sex and equated women with evil could not have been married or have had normal sex. Yet when a novelists makes a case for Jesus being a normal male of his time and place, the Church’s reaction was not shock or denunciation, it was Silence.

When Mommy professor, then or now, is caught with his pants all the way down on the floor, we can only learn the important lessons when we listen to the silence rather than to the noise.

  1. #1 by solidarist on 12/13/2012 - 7:50 am

    “When the roll” (not “role”)…

    Otherwise an excellent post. Worth re-reading and pondering.

    • #2 by dungeoneer on 12/14/2012 - 2:51 am

      Bob has got disability-level ADHD which means he sometimes gets words wrong and forgets stuff.

  2. #3 by BGLass on 12/13/2012 - 9:45 am

    Daddy taught us this on the story of Thomas Jefferson taking a knife to the Bible and cutting out what Paul said.

    Hadn’t thought of it for awhile, so did a search, to see if it was even true, (Daddy wasn’t above lying on occasion to make a point)—and was led to a Smithsonian Magazine article that talks about displaying Jefferson’s Bibles in their museum.

    Their explanation is Thomas wasn’t a real Christian but a Deist, and thought God was a “watchmaker” which is why he chopped up the Bible like that.

    But Daddy said, Thomas had cut out apostles who were full of crap and revisionism, to pare it down to what Jesus said, b/c it was good to get things from the horse’s mouth, so to speak. Even the Smithsonian has to admit Jefferson called his edited version: “The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth.”

    At any rate, the reader is given to understand Jefferson cut things out b/c he was a heretic, not a “real” christian, with nothing about the revisionist issue.

    It is like now— when the great, “elite pundits” of t.v., nightly see Jefferson as the equivalent of communist party-affiliated jews who arrived here from Russia awhile back.

    Both Lenin and Jefferson go under the heading: heretic liberals.

    • #4 by Wm White on 12/13/2012 - 10:49 am

      If you worship your enemy (Steyn), you are defeated.
      If you adopt your enemy’s religion (Cultural Marxism or PC), you are enslaved.
      If you breed with your enemy (Coulter), you are destroyed.
      (from an old proverb)
      However we get the Mantra message into the blogosphere is concedable (to a certain extent) so long as we remember NOT to let ourselves be co-opted AGAIN by a treacherous white and non-white elite and fooled into complacency my their undercover ‘useful idiot.’
      “Everybody says the final solution to this race problem is for every white country and only white countries to “ASSIMILATE,” with all those non-whites.”

      –a Mantra (excerpt), for those who haven’t read it in awhile.

  3. #5 by Dave on 12/13/2012 - 12:08 pm

    People are often wrong on the facts and there is little point in making an issue out of it.

    Their wrongness is simply a facet of conflict in a world cloaked in conflict.

    Which brings us back to the importance of the Mantra.

    In a world full of combat knives, from swords, to Bowie knives, to stilettos, there is ONLY ONE combat knife that is effective and that is the bayonet: That’s the Mantra.

    The Mantra is NOT a tool is in a toolbox of weapons. The Mantra is the ONLY WEAPON that actually works.

    In a world full of conflict, the Mantra is absolutely essential.

  4. #6 by Daniel Genseric on 12/13/2012 - 1:39 pm

    “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” – John F. Kennedy

    Through silencing our side of the “discussion about race” they SAY they want, and the Mantra rightfully exposes, anti-whites invoke the truth in Kennedy’s quote.

    As far as I can discern, BUGS is not in the business of opposing natural laws. Our job is to point to incongruousness such as this. Everything else will work itself out in the end.

  5. #7 by Harumphty Dumpty on 12/13/2012 - 9:45 pm

    Our two new messages on Obama’s Billboard need 150 noms de pétition hung on to them before they become visible:

  6. #8 by Jason on 12/14/2012 - 2:17 am

    The Lord of THIS world. How many times have I heard that stated as an OBVIOUS allusion to Lucifer. The constant warning that everything bright and beautiful is probably a Satanic trick. The alarm we are all supposed to feel at the mention of eugenics or any improvement in the human (scary don’t you know!).

    “Extraction” industries are evil. Making use of the world is evil. Man (White Man) is evil. And no one came to say that the world is good, your children are good, sex is good, pleasure is good, beauty is good, health is good and Whites are good.

  7. #9 by dungeoneer on 12/14/2012 - 3:01 am

    “Yet when a novelists makes a case for Jesus being a normal male of his time and place, the Church’s reaction was not shock or denunciation, it was Silence.”

    And this carefully maintained Silence is even excused as the “weakness of the church to fight it`s corner” while sitting on an ungodly sum of money and influence.

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