Get Behind Xe, Satan – IOTW Report

Get Behind Xe, Satan

The media seems really keen to squash any reference to demons in the Bible using They/ Them plural pronouns (like trans-people do). They / Them have found university scholars who have declared the fault lies with early English translations of the Bible, though the passage they reference from Mark seems pretty clear that the demon referring to zheself as “Legion” as the thing’s actual name not its pronouns. Here

The Houston Press found a practicing minister for the “United Church of Christ congregations in northeast Wisconsin” to also cast out the association of demons with plural gender pronouns. Here

In case you were wondering, internet experts say there are upwards of 78 gender pronouns. More

7 Comments on Get Behind Xe, Satan

  1. 𝒞𝓇𝒶𝒸𝓀𝑒𝓇FJB𝒷𝒶𝒷𝓎

    Legion not withstanding

  2. Ya know I am not sure what gender demons may be (or if that designation applies to such principalities or powers of the air but scripture is pretty clear that demons consisting with women caused God to destroy the earth peoples with a global flood in order to purge human bloodlines. So whatever they are it’s more important to recognize them to rather than worry about what to call them…

  3. There’s a really simple fact about communicating that an awful lot of people are mighty confused about. That fact is that it is the speaker (or writer) who selects the pronouns he wants to use, and not the subject he’s speaking or writing about.

    If you, the subject, disagree with my choice, that’s just too damned bad. If you want to argue about it, you’ll only get frustrated and I’ll only be entertained.

  4. The United Church of Christ has not been a true Bible believing church in any sense for decades. They were irrelevant when I was a kid in preaching the so- called social gospel and are even more dead and irrelevant now. But I bet they have a great ministry for trannies and other freaks. If you actually believe in God and the Bible, it’s a good church to stay the hell away from.

  5. I don’t think pronouns should be used by such rank amateurs.

  6. @Burr — Relax, I know what I’m doing! I’m a professional and have been using pronouns for more than 70 years.

    My pronouns are I/me and my/mine. And I’ve been specializing in “mine” since I was two years old.


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