Why I Am Not A Christian

One of Brazil’s most popular porn stars caused an uproar with her fellow Evangelical Christians when she said God is totally cool with her job: fucking hundreds of men, and selling the films of this degeneracy to thirsty simps.

The New York Post reports that devoutly religious porn actress Kamilla Werneck caused the furor on the racy TV show Pornolondia, in which she explained why God won’t judge her for her trashy, immoral lifestyle.
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Author: Boxer

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4 thoughts on “Why I Am Not A Christian”

  1. You call yourself alt-left, Boxer. What’s the difference between that and alt-right?

  2. Are you trolling us Boxer?
    I do not dispute that such a woman brings disrespect and disrepute.
    But the fact that an immoral woman claims to be a Christian is not proof of much. Any more that we should say all men are thieves, due to proving hundreds of them are.

    I understand that a genuine obedience to God, that still results in flagrant immorality (ungodliness), shows that the genuine obedience to God is useless. But an obvious possibility is that the person does not in fact have genuine obedience to God.

    Plus, even as Christians, we remain sinful humans. Galatians 5:16-18. And thus I continue to do what I do not want to do… and then have to ask for forgiveness.

  3. Hmmm… Boxer buddy, I have a few reactions to this, some serious, some in jest.
    1. Perhaps she is one of Toad’s eligible non-virgins? (ha ha)
    2. Any man who watches her in the ‘Missionary’ position is going to become a believer! (ha ha)
    3. Lately, the Red Pill Truth is causing a lot of men to acknowledge the Truth and the power of God, and even though that might not be sufficient for them to become believers, there is still a growing respect for Christianity among our readership. Consequently, posting a ‘disagreement’ with God is not going to win spectacular favor among readers. (serious)
    4. No matter what anyone else says or does, Christianity is personal. It’s about facing the darker truths of one’s self, and trusting Christ to make that right, and gradually becoming someone worthy of love. The objective test of true belief is whether the person in question displays the ‘fruits’ of the spirit (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control). If you are willing to admit that this particular person is an exemplary model of all those qualities, then you might have a case against Christianity. But it would be difficult to pose a convincing argument to that effect. (serious, of course)
    All the best!

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