[Linux4christians] False Teachers
hpp3 at bluebottle.com
Wed May 3 14:12:56 EDT 2006
In case you may be wondering, Objective ministries is a fake. I was almost
deceived, but some of the other articles were a little too... something...
You know, when the "wise as serpents" part of you furrows your brow? I got
that sense immediately from the Landover Baptist site. This one was
tricky. Subtle, you might say.
On Wed, 03 May 2006 10:43:36 -0700, AKAImBatman <akaimbatman at gmail.com>
> I ran across this link a while back:
> The real operating system hiding under the newest version of the
>> operating system (MacOS X) is called...
>> Darwin!<http://www.opensource.apple.com/projects/darwin/>That's right,
>> new Macs are based on
>> *Darwinism!* While they currently don't advertise this fact to
>> it is well known among the computer elite, who are mostly Atheists and
>> Pagans. Furthermore, the Darwin OS is released under an "Open Source"
>> license, which is just another name for Communism. They try to hide all
>> this under a facade of shiny, "lickable" buttons, but the truth has
>> come out: Apple Computers promote Godless Darwinism and Communism.
>> But is this really such a shock? Lets look for a moment at Apple
>> Computers. Founded by long haired hippies, this company has consistently
>> supported 60's counter-cultural
>> But there are even darker undertones to this company than most are
>> aware of.
>> Consider the name of the company and its logo: an apple with a bite
>> out of it. This is clearly a reference to the Fall, when Adam and Eve
>> tempted with an
>> the serpent. It is now Apple Computers offering us temptation, thereby
>> aligning themselves with the forces of
> It seems to me that this fellow is more interested in chasing phantoms
> actually reaching souls. Everyone has choices in their lives, and as
> long as
> they aren't Christian, those choices may not always align with
> However, there is very rarely a situation where you can say, "This is
> EVIL(TM)!" Trying to make things so black and white only serves to drive
> away unbelievers who just thought they were being cute or funny. It's
> to show them the error of their ways rather than condemn them.
> BTW, his fifth addendum is hilarious:
> « <http://objectiveministries.org/creation/propaganda.html#b5> *ADDENDUM
>> (7/17/2003):* I have been informed that the teenage girl in the "Switch"
>> commercial was not on drugs at the time, as I had previously suggested.
>> Apparently, her incoherent rambling was the result of something called a
>> "reality distortion field" -- which, I'm assuming, is some sort of
>> magnetic field generated by a device (similar to the one I reported on
>> that Apple Computers developed to assist in their mind control. My
>> to her and her family.
> Side Note: While the BSD Daemon is represented as a cute form of a
> Demon, the term Daemon actually stems from Greek Mythology where there
> helpers of sorts. The literary device used in many shows where an angel
> appears on one shoulder while a demon appears on the other is probably
> derived from
> I am forced to wonder if some of the mythology surrounding Daemons isn't
> based on the Greek interpretation of the Nephilim and other Angels who
> allowed to visit Earth.
> On 5/3/06, Dan Dombrowsky <ddombrow at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hehe, I can almost picture a concerned pastor asking whether the church
>> server can run "aengels" instead.
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