Okay, so I have been getting comments on my blog from “Christians” who believe that polygamy is a sin. They also have their own interpretation of the scripture I used, Isaiah 4:1 – “Seven women shall take hold of one man saying we will eat our own food, we will buy own clothes, only what we want is to be called by your name and you to take our reproaches”
According to Christians, these verse is actually not a literal verse but a “spiritual” one with a deep meaning, nothing to do with polygamy apparently. Sorry to burst your christian bubble but that verse means exactly what it says, no need to spiritualize it really. It is a verse about polygamy.
I have written about this before, the bible is a stumbling block for black people, no wonder it was used to enslave them. Forget what the white man taught you for a minute, you have to understand that the creator of this Universe has never had a problem with telling mankind what is a sin and what is not a sin. He said homosexuality is perversion and a sin, He said it plainly to mankind, simple as. Now black Christians, let me tell you straight, if God had an issue with polygamy, he would have simply said it, if anything he would not have allowed his own beloved, the man after his own heart David to have 8 wives and 10 concubines. God even told David that if he wanted more wives, he would have gifted him with more wives, instead of him committing adultery with Bathsheba.
Now talking about adultery, there is only one definition of adultery, I don’t care what the oxford dictionary tells you. The only definition of adultery according to God is when a man, “married or unmarried”, has sexual intercourse with a married woman, like what King David did, that’s the definition of adultery. The white man has told you his own definition of adultery, and for some strange reason, black Christians call it gospel truth.
Jesus Christ himself never called out anyone for practicing polygamy, in fact he actually gave a parable based on polygamy, the parable of the 10 virgins. Why would he give such a parable if polygamy was a sin?
The bible is a historical and literal book, only Christians attempt to spiritualize everything and have “deep” meanings for scriptures that are hard to comprehend especially those they disagree with. They simply don’t believe the bible they claim to love so much. They bible bash anyone who doesn’t share special spiritual “interpretations” of scriptures they don’t agree with.
Most Christians would not recognize God if they saw him today.
Christians hate the God of Israel because He stands against everything they believe in.
Get this right, the God of Israel is a simple and very controversial God. The bible is a controversial book. It goes against most things that people like to do. Christians only cherry pick the “cool” verses and leave out the hard controversial ones. If they are forced to confront those controversial verses they will say “oh it’s a spiritual verse with a deep meaning.” That is how they deal with anything difficult.
Didn’t the same God who said thou shall not kill order Israelites to kill innocent babies and children and women over and over, even allowing them to take the virgins for their sexual pleasure and kill the married women when they conquered other nations? That is the HOLY God of Israel ya’ll.
So what spiritual interpretation do you have for God telling Israelites to kill women and innocent babies?
Did Moses not take a second wife? Didn’t God defend him against his own sister when she tried to oppose.
What bible do you Black Christians even read? Most of ya’ll are under a spell, a strong delusion. The people who gave you Christianity don’t even believe in that crap they gave you anymore but you are still embarrassingly holding on to their religion. White people are mostly atheists, they only needed to give you Christianity to enslave you and keep you in bondage.
Christianity is the curse of the black man, the fact that it’s the most popular religion today should tell you that something is not quite right. If it was the true path, it wouldn’t be so damn popular, especially on a cursed troubled land like Africa. Every black person I know calls themselves a Christian, I am yet to meet a black person in the real world who is not a Christian, especially Africans, their obsession with Christianity is just embarrassing. They will be as evil as hell, but they will defend Christianity with every fiber of their breath.
I am yet to come across a single verse that denounces polygamy as a sin, not an interpretation, but a straight out verse that plainly says it is a sin for a man to have more than one wife.
There is nothing wrong with a man not wanting polygamy by the way. Men are not forced to have multiple wives. In fact, most Israelites only had one wife, that’s what they could afford. So yeah, most men out there are meant to only have one wife, that’s all you guys can handle anyway, intellectually, spiritually and financially. And yes, our environment and culture today doesn’t support the polygamist lifestyle, so it works better to have one wife. But please leave the bible out of it and stop dictating to other men who who are able to practice polygamy how they should live.
It was the rich men and the Kings of Israel who took multiple wives anyway, and God did not have a problem with that. You shouldn’t have a problem with it either.
Polygamy is like driving a car, a man, especially an Israelite has to be ensured by his maker to drive such a car. He has to be qualified to drive it, not all men qualify for such a lifestyle.
I have 6 children, but most women today have just two or three children at the most because we live in an era where our culture and environment only supports very few children. Does it mean having 6 children is a sin? Should I have women with few children being offended that I have a lot of children? That’s how you all sound when you get upset with a family who choose to live a polygamist lifestyle. Please do leave God out of your fears and insecurities.
When it comes to polygamy, you religious holier than thou Christians need to stop sympathizing or feeling sorry for women who are in polygamous marriages. It’s pathetic and ridiculous. They don’t need your sympathy. They are okay with sharing their husbands. They want to. Yes there are challenges in those polygamous marriages, just like they are challenges in your monogamous marriages. So stop feeling sorry for women who choose this lifestyle, do you see any of them crying? They can handle it, they are born that way. They are not being abused. Talk about crying more than the bereaved.
I bet you the same Christians who oppose polygamy calling it as a sin are the same people who go to Christian shrines on Sundays to worship, despite there not being a single scripture that supports Sun-day worship. If anything the bible clearly states that you should remember the Sabbath and keep it holy. But no, you ignore that commandment and do your own barbaric pagan shit on Sundays, calling it worship. Then you have the audacity to call polygamy a sin, oh, the irony and hypocrisy of it all boggles the mind.
I bet you also celebrate Christmas and Easter religiously and justify your pagan worship using the stumbling block you call the bible. Christians are the biggest hypocrites on planet earth, at least the Muslims and other religions stay true to their books, be it Koran or whatever. Christians spend their lives debunking their own so called book, maybe its because the book has never been theirs to begin with, so the can never comprehend it.
Christians, you pity me because you believe I am not “saved”. I pity you because I believe you are under a curse, I’m sure only one of us can only be right. Let’s leave that for judgement day, in the meantime leave me and my Israelite King to enjoy and live like our father David did… And lol he had 18 wives and I know according to you guys King David is in hell as we speak…
Oh well, what a time to be alive, I would rather live alone on an island than follow the millions of lost black people who call themselves “Christians” just because its the most trendy cool religion. I don’t do trendy, I don’t do cool, I just do “me.”
With that, I say happy new week
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