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Cosmic Philosopher

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Why the Elohim Hybrid African people reject their Prehistory before the Flood, to accept Jesus?

Jesus would never ignore or reject a person who was lost and separated from God simply because that person was acting out his or her sinful nature. It should be expected that sinners will sin. Apart from the forgiveness of Jesus and the renewal of the Holy Spirit, every person is a slave to sin. In John 8:34-36,  we read, “Jesus answered them, ‘Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who practices sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.’” Likewise, Jesus presented an analogy in Matthew 7:17-18 , saying, “So, every healthy tree bears good fruit, but the diseased tree bears bad fruit. A healthy tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a diseased tree bear good fruit.” In other words, a person’s consistent behavior is the result of a spirit that has either been renewed by God and is healthy, or a spirit that is sick and is enslaved to sin.//  
Here the reasoning of the Puritans defies logic and a sense of common decency, let alone Christian principles. Captain John Underhill also wrote of the Pequot slaughter: “Sometimes the Scripture declareth women and children must perish with their parents … We have sufficient light from the Word of God for our proceedings.” What an incredible testimony for one claiming to be a Christian! // Converting the pagans for God was acceptable to the Puritans, but killing the pagans for the Lord was also acceptable! //   The Puritans demanded and accepted, as signs of loyalty and sincerity from allied Indian tribes, the body parts of their common enemies (see also p. 142, where the Puritans viewed these indications of loyalty as a sign from God and an answer to prayer);