"I think so many people have taken biblical scriptures out of context on this, to say stuff like, 'Well, Jesus was a refugee,'" White responded. "Yes, He did live in Egypt for three-and-a-half years. But it was not illegal. If He had broken the law then He would have been sinful and He would not have been our Messiah."
Jesus, as a dude, had a whole entire point when it came to the law. If the law only serves the law, and makes it harder to serve God and your neighbor, tear up the whole entire law.— Allison Hantschel (@Athenae) July 12, 2018
Rip it down. Throw the moneylenders out of the temple. Tell the high priests to fuck themselves. Stand up for the hookers and the homeless. That's why they nailed Him to a tree. That's it, that's the story. He was a threat to power.— Allison Hantschel (@Athenae) July 12, 2018
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