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Think of Frank Sinatra and Duke Ellington, great musicians who hung out at Owney Madden's Cotton Club, hanging out and starting out with immigrant gangsters until talent and hard work projected them to fame.  King Lil G  is a Mexican Sinatra  and will make it big on his own talent.
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Chillin out at the vacation spot near the lake( after working most of the day on plumbing and electrical work), dreaming about a rigid frame, raked out, stretched out girder or springer on a long distance ride. Of course at my age I may have to stop every few hundred miles and get chiropractic adjustments in the towns I stop in, but it is nice to remember the Halcyon hedonistic biker days. Well me and miraculous Mutha may not be in the wind on a chopper, but even still, life is good, Jesus is kind, my cancer symptoms have abated and I am not on pain killers and oxygen awaiting the Grim Reaper like I was a few months ago.

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Chillin out at the vacation spot near the lake( after working most of the day on plumbing and electrical work), dreaming about a rigid frame, raked out, stretched out girder or springer on a long distance ride. Of course at my age I may have to stop every few hundred miles and get chiropractic adjustments in the towns I stop in, but it is nice to remember the Halcyon hedonistic biker days. Well me and miraculous Mutha may not be in the wind on a chopper, but even still, life is good, Jesus is kind, my cancer symptoms have abated and I am not on pain killers and oxygen awaiting the Grim Reaper like I was a few months ago.

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There are many who believe Christianity was corrupted by Constantine and the emperors and popes that followed him.  Some claim the state-endorsed version of Christianity was syncretized and amalgamated with rituals and beliefs of the pagan mystery religions.  So I suggest we study the beliefs, practices, messages, customs and culture of those churches founded by the Apostles, Disciples and from those who were instructed, trained and ordained by them. These early Christians were not cowards, nor were they hedonists, but had such doctrines, hopes and beliefs and customs   that they were willing to risk loss of goods, freedoms and life rather than renounce these. They are our examples, instructors martyrs and faithful witnesses. And they existed in the days before the multiple gospels, epistles  and writings of the times were collected, codified and determined by the holy men of the Church assemblies as to which were Holy Spirit inspired and which were not.  The church existed a third of a millennium without a universally accepted collection of writings determined by wise men of good character  to be divine.
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heavy metal provides motivation, inciting the adrenalin, dopamine, testosterone and lots of wonderful memories. now if only my long hair and muscles would return.
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Is it Pavlovian association with one of the best epochs and episodes in my life, living in New Jersey, making good money as an insulator at a nuclear plant, going to Wing Chun kung fu , swimming in the Atlantic and canoeing the Malaga River Deep sea fishing off Long Beach Island and listening to MTV every night till Cinderella came on so I could sleep.  Their music brought great joy and good luck!  Went through plenty of Cinderella tapes throughout the years.
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Chillin out at the vacation spot near the lake( after working most of the day on plumbing and electrical work), dreaming about a rigid frame, raked out, stretched out girder or springer on a long distance ride. Of course at my age I may have to stop every few hundred miles and get chiropractic adjustments in the towns I stop in, but it is nice to remember the Halcyon hedonistic biker days. Well me and miraculous Mutha may not be in the wind on a chopper, but even still, life is good, Jesus is kind, my cancer symptoms have abated and I am not on pain killers and oxygen awaiting the Grim Reaper like I was a few months ago.

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Considering the Apostle John knew and trained Polycarp and , his writings describe a transubstantiation view of the Eucharist ( Communion)  and the use of an ecclesiastical clergy,  This refutes , at least, the idea  that the traditions of the Catholic and Orthodox faiths were syncretism amalgamations of pagan mystery religions common in Greece and Rome with Christianity imposed by Constantine in the300's.  By studying  the patristic disciples of the original Apostles .  Jesus trained the Apostles and disciples.  These in turned trained the church leaders like Clement, Irenaeus and others.  These early church presbyters in turn wrote epistles which tell us of doctrines, dogmas, practices, beliefs ,modes of worship etc handed don by those who personally knew and were trained by Jesus Christ and His Apostles. Considering many of these Apostles, disciples, and their trained and disciplined followers who were anointed by the laying on of hands to be church leaders (Bishops)  chose to suffer excruciating  torture and painful execution rather than renouncing their beliefs and gaining  healthy freedom , their testimony has credibility and integrity.  These writers were not cowardly hedonist,  Hedonism, the belief that life is the pursuit  of pleasure and the avoidance of pain, is the enemy of the Gospel of Christ.  Our lives are  to be judged by Christ .   Jesus  and His Apostles warned us There is a fearful judgment by which our words, thoughts, motives and deeds will be judged by Jehovah/ Yaweh.  The patristic writers followed the Apostles' teachings  and martyrdom telling us the truths of Christian doctrines and customs  they believed were so important that they feared the judgment of Christ over recanting over the demands of the Roman and Jewish authorities to publically  renounce their beliefs  as the only means  of being granted temporary, mortal health and freedom.  Such  holy men should be honored as a source of wisdom and truth and instructors in righteousness and  Church doctrines
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Roman Catholicism is the most powerful, widespread and subtle of all un-Biblical religious movements. It claims to be the only "true" church, and everything outside of it is labelled false and branded as heresy. All Protestants are "heretics" according to Romanism (see our playlist "Dealing with Roman Catholicism, Idolatry & the Virgin Mary" with 132 videos & counting at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFFA8D69D1B914715; particularly see "The Pope in Rome Denounces True Christians & True Christian Churches to Justify His Own Religion" at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMs1j3TsInI&list=PLFFA8D69D1B914715&index=128 & "EARLY CHRISTIAN CHURCH HISTORY PROVES ROMAN CATHOLICISM FALSE" at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WP9jg2h3xjQ&list=PLFFA8D69D1B914715&index=8; see too: http://www.christiantruth.com/ (particularly on historical matters concerning Roman Catholicism), www.BereanBeacon.org & www.CWRC-RZ.org).   In reality the Roman Catholic hierarchy is not a church at all, but a gigantic religious, political organization. Because the average Protestant and multitudes of true believers are almost completely ignorant of the facts about Roman Catholicism, it is necessary to expose at the outset some of the most blatant of these. First it must be recognized that the Church of Rome has unscripturally appropriated the name "Catholic" (signifying 'worldwide') to mean only its own church. The true name for the miscalled Catholic Church should be the Roman Church. In the past it was called the Roman Catholic Church. Today, however, particularly in the USA, but also in some other non-Roman-Catholic lands, the name "Roman" has been cunningly dropped and it wishes to be known only as the Catholic Church. The Roman Catholic Church claims to be the one true Church, dating back to the beginning, organized by Jesus Christ Himself, with the disciple Peter as the first Pope and Vicar of Christ of earth (see our video "The Pope: False Gospel of Roman Catholicism (Part #2 in Romanist Apostasy Series)" at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RBTQcQDqjA). However, while the true "Catholic" Church (the Body of Christ scattered across the earth) was born in eternity in the Mind of God (Ephesians 1:1-11), the Roman Catholic Church was not organized until about 313 AD with the advent of the Roman emperor Constantine. There was a local fellowship of true Christians located in and around Rome at the time but they had no more power than any other local congregation of believers found anywhere else in the world (think of the seven churches mentioned in Revelation chapters 1-3).This was the beginning of the union of Church and State. Constantine, however, did not oppose the old pagan worship of Rome; rather, he superimposed Christianity upon these pagan religions, adopting elements in both; and thus, by allowing the pagans to continue their heathen customs, he made it easy for them to adopt Christianity. The result was the Roman Catholic Church, which is a mixture of about one-third Christianity, one-third Judaism, and one-third paganism. The Roman Catholic Church thus pretends to accept most of the cardinal doctrines of Christendom, plus the holy days and priesthood copied from Judaism, and the superstitions and fetishes of paganism with its charms such as holy water, candles, and images. This only makes sense because Constantine was more of a politician than a real Christian. In fact Constantine did not even bother to get baptized until he was on his deathbed and that by the Arian heretic Eusebius of Nicomedia. Eusebius was a bishop of Berytus (modern-day Beirut) in Phoenicia, then of the See of Nicomedia, where the imperial court resided, and finally of Constantinople from 338 up to his death in 441. If Constantine would have really understood Biblical Christianity he would not have allowed heretics like Eusebius and others to flourish throughout his empire.Question: "What is Arianism?"  Answer: Arianism is named for Arius, a teacher in the early 4th century A.D. One of the earliest and probably the most important item of debate among early Christians was the subject of Christ’s deity. Was Jesus truly God in the flesh or was Jesus a created being? Was Jesus God or just like God? Arius held that Jesus was created by God as the first act of creation, that Jesus was the crowning glory of all creation. Arianism, then, is the view that Jesus was a created being with divine attributes, but was not divine in and of Himself.  Arianism misunderstands references to Jesus’ being tired (John 4:6) and not knowing the date of His return (Matthew 24:36). Yes, it is difficult to understand how God could be tired and/or not know something, but relegating Jesus to a created being is not the answer. Jesus was fully God, but He was also fully human. Jesus did not become a human being until the incarnation. Therefore, Jesus’ limitations as a human being have no impact on His divine nature or eternality.  A second major misinterpretation in Arianism is the meaning of “firstborn” (Romans 8:29; Colossians 1:15-20). Arians understand “firstborn” in these verses to mean that Jesus was “born” or “created” as the first act of creation. This is not the case. Jesus Himself proclaimed His self-existence and eternality (John 8:58; 10:30). John 1:1-2 tells us that Jesus was “in the beginning with God.” In Bible times, the firstborn son of a family was held in great honor (Genesis 49:3; Exodus 11:5; 34:19; Numbers 3:40; Psalm 89:27; Jeremiah 31:9). It is in this sense that Jesus is God’s firstborn. Jesus is the preeminent member of God’s family. Jesus is the anointed one, the “Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6). After nearly a century of debate at various early church councils, the Christian church officially denounced Arianism as a false doctrine. Since that time, Arianism has never been accepted as a viable doctrine of the Christian faith. Arianism has not died, however. Arianism has continued throughout the centuries in varying forms. The Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mormons of today hold a very Arian-like position on Christ’s nature. Just as the early church did, we must denounce any and all attacks on the deity of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ (see our playlist "Dealing with Jehovah's Witnesses, Watchtower Society" with 22 videos at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCF0ADB29C0EB8C40).While the pretended adoption of Christianity was hailed as a great victory for the Church, it was also, ironically, the beginning of her ruin. From this date we can trace all the innumerable errors of the Roman Church - Mariolatry, the mass, purgatory, limbo, the celibacy of priesthood, adoration and worship of images, indulgences, the infallibility of the Pope, the immaculate conception of Mary, and all the other unscriptural errors. Instead of a blessing it became the downfall of the organized church. Yet all the time during those dark ages which followed there was as always the body of true believers, members of the true Church, within the framework of the rapidly corrupting hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church. Before Constantine the true Church was persecuted and threatened with extermination; after Constantine there emerged the Roman Church, patronized by the State and subsequently seeking temporal powers to rule and govern the State. This was the beginning of the Roman Catholic Church which has lasted until today.From the Day of Pentecost in Acts chapter 2 and throughout the next three centuries, the Church remained comparatively free from the serious errors which have characterized it since the beginning of the fourth century. Error was present even in the days of the Apostles, but the Church, suffering indescribable persecution, remained relatively pure in doctrine. After the wedding of Church and State by Constantine, however, the 'coming out' of the true believers from the apostate system became necessary. During the centuries from Constantine until the days of Luther there were groups which either separated themselves from the political and religious system, or else remained as a violent reaction against the increasing corruption. All of these were persecuted and many were martyred for their faith (see our video, "MARTYRS FOR CHRIST: THE MURDEROUS ROMAN CATHOLIC INQUISITION" at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iy95g5VhQ7w). The Roman Catholic Church at that time was not only recognized by the Roman Empire, but the State was ultimately compelled to bow to the edicts of the Church.For much more on the first three centuries of Christianity before Constantine listen to the excellent church history review of "Historical Theology" by church historian and scholar William Cunningham at  http://www.sermonaudio.com/search.asp?speakeronly=true&currsection=sermonsspeaker&keyword=William_Cunningham; particularly note the first 9 lectures in "Historical Theology Volume #1".2 Timothy 2:15, "Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."
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