Out With The Old, in With The New? Analysing the Apparent “New Covenant”

Good work Dave. Very thorough.

D. M. Spence

Anyone who knows anythingabout Judaism and Christianity will know that perhaps other than the notion of whether Jesus is the Messiah, arguably one of the most divisive differences between these two religions is the whether Christians are bound by what they call the “Old Covenant.” If you ask most Christians, they will be very quick to point out that the so-called Old Covenant was abolished and has been superseded by the apparently New Covenant and that’s the end of that! So Christians don’t have to follow the 613 laws (but apparently love 10 of them) found in the Jewish Bible. So when atheists point out that Christians do many things which are prohibited in the Bible like mixing fabrics (Lev 19:19) or eating shellfish (Lev 11:10–12) and pork (Lev 11:7–8), Christians often turn around and say “you’re an idiot, that was the Old Covenant and this has been replaced by…

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Ilhan Omar, lobbying, and hatred

Great article. 😉👌🏼

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali, like Ilhan Omar, is from Somalia.  Hirsi Ali underwent extensive Islamist brainwashing to make her hate Jews, which she describes in the article below from the Wall Street Journal. (It’s paywalled, but judicious inquiry might yield a copy.)

Hirsi Ali’s description of the Jew-hatred endemic in Islam, and how it’s drilled into you at every turn, is scary.  It happens at home, it happens in the mosques, it happens in the madrassas, and, since in countries like Somalia, Islam is both a personal faith and a public ideology, you can’t avoid it.

Say what you will about Judaism, the inculcated hatred of Muslims and Islam is not endemic in that faith. Sure, you can probably find instances of rabbis teaching others to despise Islam, but you’d be hard pressed to make the case that formal education in hatred of the “other” is equally pervasive in both Judaism…

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Samsung tells owners of its QLED TVs to manually scan for malware every few weeks – TechSpot Forums

Samsung’s official Twitter account posted that scanning for ‘malware viruses’ is important to keep it running smoothly. “This also is true for your QLED TV if it’s connected to Wi-Fi!” it added. The tweet included a video showing how to…

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Homeland Security: We’ve tested Windows BlueKeep attack and it works so patch now | ZDNet

DHS cybersecurity agency warns US businesses to apply Microsoft’s BlueKeep patch for wormable flaw.

Source: Homeland Security: We’ve tested Windows BlueKeep attack and it works so patch now | ZDNet

What is an IPS Monitor? Monitor Panel Types Explained

You’ve seen the term IPS. But what is an IPS monitor? And how do you know if an IPS monitor is right for you? In this article we’ll take a look at IPS monitors and explain the differences between monitor panel types including TN and VA monitor panels.

What is an IPS Monitor? Monitor Panel Types Explained

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Bad idea of the year: Constitutional amendment to prohibit flag burning

Great quote by Molly Ivins.

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According to his website, two days ago U.S. Senator Steve Danes of Montana (a Republican, of course) introduced not a law, but a proposal for a Constitutional amendment to allow congress to prohibit the burning of the U.S. Flag. It was co-sponsored by U.S. Senators John Cornyn (R-TX), Johnny Isakson (R-GA), Mike Crapo (R-ID), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Dean Heller (R-NV), Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT).  Not a Democrat in the lot, and that’s no surprise.

Here’s the text of the amendment (full pdf here):

Wikipedia recounts the failed history of legislation to prohibit the burning of flags, beginning in 1968 when, as I remember well, protestors against the Vietnam War engaged in frequent flag-burnings. Then Congress passed a “flag protection act,” as did 48 of the 50 states, but the federal law was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. It was a narrow vote—5-4—by a liberal…

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Bleach Cult Performing Unsanctioned Human Experiments on Uganda Villages – Myles Power

At the beginning of April, I started to receive messages on Facebook from a man claiming to have proof that the industrial bleach and water purifier, chlorine dioxide (Miracle Mineral Solution R…

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Microsoft warns that Windows 10 update will break some Bluetooth devices – TechSpot

First reported by WindowsLatest, Microsoft said its new security update (CVE-2019-2102) addresses a vulnerability by intentionally preventing connections between the OS and “unsecure” Bluetooth devices.

Source: Microsoft warns that Windows 10 update will break some Bluetooth devices – TechSpot

The Right-Wing Doesn’t Want to Talk About Christian Atrocities, So Let’s Talk About Christian Atrocities

History is full of atrocities committed by Christians for Christ, against not just other religions but against Christian themselves.

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