Paul's Passing Thoughts

The Furry Fandom Part 5; Is it Really a Good Idea to Diss God?

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on September 30, 2019

So-kuschelig-war-die-Furry-Convention-in-Berlin_big_teaser_articleBy Paul Dohse, TANC Publishing

WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS DISTURBING AND EXTREMELY OFFENSIVE INFORMATION. 

     I understand honest doubters. I certainly understand why some people don’t want to hang out with those who claim to be Christians, but I have always thought that calling God out is a bad idea.

    If you have reason to study physiology, and I do, the existence of God in not arguable; there is a God. Hence, the Bible states that denial of God is deliberate suppression of the truth. That’s another pillar, or major tenet of sin: it is God’s unabashed enemy. Sin denies God’s existence, or acknowledges His existence and throws the gauntlet down at His feet. Sin does this in several ways, but one of the major ways is to distort God’s creation and order of things.

Obviously, men were not made to be with men, and women were not made to be with women, and people are not made to be both female and male, and people were not made to be both human and furry animals. Fandom celebrates and embraces every anomaly that sets its face against God and His order of things; it is uniquely anti-God. 

And that’s generally a bad idea.

    Though Fandom insults religious sensibilities, this fact isn’t the main thrust of the series; the main thrust is the fact that Fandom refuses to acknowledge how the world works resulting in lack of wellbeing, and seeks to create a contra-reality that despises life. Fandom, according to its own claims, is a sanctuary city for every misfit traveling down the road of life. Yet, it arrogantly claims purity because it has rightly judged God’s creation and order of things to be unfair. Below is a meme popular among Furries:

Weirdos

    And how is life unfair? In order to be truly happy, one must work to be all they were made to be, and they also must grow up. If you want a temporary reference point on the growing up part, go here. This fifth part is not going to go deep on this point as we are going to use the aforementioned testimony from a Furry to delve into those points, but this post will make the point bluntly for the time being. In his testimony, he states that Fandom is almost like a competition to see who has the most issues. The movement seems to be one of the crown jewels of victimhood.  The video testimony is from a Furry who has been in the movement for fifteen years. But all in all, we have just begun to scratch the surface of this movement.

    One of the primary ways that Fandom mocks God is to present Christ as a Furry. Since the Bible forbids making any image of God in heaven or on earth to begin with, which would include any attempts to glorify God with such images, presenting God as a Furry seems to be another really bad idea. The Bible describes the wages of sin as death on the installment plan (fear, anxiety, depression, etc.) and ultimate death leading to judgement. As the Bible also plainly states, God will not be mocked. Those who would “love life and see good days” are instructed to keep themselves from evil.

    So, Fandom not only mocks God by distorting His created order of things, it takes this mockery to a higher level by presenting Christ as a Furry who forgives Fandom “Yiffing.” Or, in other words, Fandom sex acts. One such site features “Jesus Fox” who “forgives all of your yiffs.”

Jesus Fox 1

Jesus Fox 2

Jesus Fox 3

Following is a video indicative, along with the many comments received here at PPT that deny the extreme evil of this lifestyle and its extreme danger to children, adolescents, and teens:

The kind of pushback one can receive from Furries can be read here.

Yet, “Yiff” is part of the Fandom excepted dictionary and widely recognized as pervasive in the movement. What is it other than the Furry art culture that we will explore? This video is an example. Do not watch this video after a meal. Why am I posting the FaceBook link to this video? Other than the fact that the video was banned from YouTube, I want to make the point of how this movement puts children, adolescents, and teens at extreme risk. The video shows a male teenager engaging in various sex acts with Fursuiters.

For many of you, that might be all you need to know. 

paul

 

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  1. Anonymous said, on October 3, 2019 at 6:22 AM

    Comment disqualified according to PPT moderation rules. The comment does not address a specific point in the post. Also, we don’t post anonymous comments.

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  2. Anonymous said, on October 3, 2019 at 6:28 AM

    We don’t post anonymous comments.

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  3. Gucci Debois said, on October 3, 2019 at 6:31 AM

    Comment disqualified according to PPT moderation rules. The comment does not address a specific point in the post.

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    • Gucci Debois said, on October 3, 2019 at 6:32 AM

      Comment disqualified according to PPT moderation rules. The comment does not address a specific point in the post.

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  4. Icy_Wolf said, on October 5, 2019 at 7:11 PM

    Your comment does not address any specific points in the post, but only attacks the author with baseless criticism. This is a common method used by those who have no argument for their ideology, and therefore adds nothing to the conversation. Hence, your comment is not posted because it fails to meet our moderation standards.

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  5. Dubmutt said, on October 6, 2019 at 9:46 PM

    How do you know the bible is the authority of God? And that Christianity is correct? Studying Judaism for several years I find much like Islam Christianity contradicts Jewish teachings and has adopted many pagan and eastern religious practices. The furry meme aside I do have questions if you don’t mind me emailing.

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    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on October 7, 2019 at 3:03 PM

      I make my case in the post and don’t see a need to discuss it further. I am little motivated to persuade others to my opinion of things as we will all give our own account to God. I don’t have a dog in the fight between you and God. You worry about the sum and substance of your own life, and I will worry about mine. So, no, I don’t care to email with you. My concern is a mutual cooperation with people who love truth, not those who have dedicated their lives to decadence.

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      • Dubmutt said, on October 8, 2019 at 6:11 PM

        Heres the thing I’m just curious that’s all. Just asking questions and trying to understand. I just felt some posts are just projecting and ironic. I’m not trying to be mean and attack just understand the points. And explain a bit of internet culture I find it fascinating. I like studying behavior understanding what and why they believe.

        Does anyone even know the truth? Like I said I like studying behavior and belief. I’m not debating religion or anything just trying to find truth myself.

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      • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on October 8, 2019 at 7:11 PM

        I am not answering your question with a question to be snarky, and it’s not a loaded question; there is actually a point to it, and it really doesn’t have anything to do with Furries other than the question being a readily available example. Do you think it is ok, or normal, to have sex with roadkill? Either way, yes or no, tell me why.

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      • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on October 8, 2019 at 7:21 PM

        Let me add some more questions to make the point on truth I would like to make. Is pedophilia ok? Why, or why not.

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  6. Dubmutt said, on October 8, 2019 at 9:56 PM

    cant seem to reply but Animals can’t consent to sex. So we as a society said it was wrong. It is repulsive most of us hate it for that reason. Pedophilia is wrong because children aren’t capable of consent. They aren’t mentally mature enough to understand. That’s why 18 is considered adult and the typal consent age. Although I feel it should be older. Since 18 is still immature juvenile.

    That’s how we’ve always determined laws since the start of civilization. Whether God is real or not religion is an effective way to control human behavior. A lot of religions seem to agree on one thing and that is to do good to your fellow man. I’m not anti-religion and to be honest, not sure if you read all of the OT laws but I can pick quite a few that would really benefit society today.

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    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on October 10, 2019 at 8:14 AM

      I believe the Bible because it is the only source that logically explains what you just stated in your comment. All people are born in the image of God according to the Bible, but what does that mean? One thing that it means is described in Romans chapter 2: the works of the law of God are written on the hearts of every individual born into the world with the conscience either accusing or excusing behavior and actions. The Bible also says that God is known by His creation so all are without excuse. And all are under judgment. The irreligious will only be judged according to the law of their conscience, but the religious will be judged by both laws: conscience and the Bible, so they will receive a more severe judgement. Eternal punishment is meted out to different degrees based on the level of condemnation; the more law that you are under, the more condemnation. The goal should be to escape judgment altogether. Christ died on the cross to end the law. He was resurrected by God to establish the new birth. The new birth changes our relationship to the law because the old us dies with Christ and we are resurrected with Christ to being a new person. Hence, like a person who dies in this life, they are no longer accountable to any law; you can’t indict a dead person. NO person is tried in abstention that is dead. To the new person, the law now has a different purpose: it is our manual for loving God and others, BUT with NO ability to judge or condemn. Think about this: no true Christian will ever stand in judgement before God. There is “now” “no” condemnation for those who are in Christ. The love we are now in casts out fear, because “fear has to do with judgement (1John chapter 3).” Of course, the new birth also changes one to have a love for truth and God’s word, so true love does not use being set free from condemnation as a license to sin. And that my friend, is the good news.

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