Is Christopher the true Anti-Christ?

It is discussed among the enemies and critics of this Marvelous Work and a Wonder® that our True Messenger, Christopher, is actually the Anti-Christ.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

We have explained that the idea (concept, ideology) of a mortal person chosen as a savior of humankind has been around as long as people upon Earth have been experiencing the negative aspects of life.

When bad things happen to us, not only do we recognize the thing as bad, but we begin to think of ways to change it so that the bad thing doesn’t happen to us again.  If we cannot change the bad thing, then although we are forced to submit to it physically (because we feel like there’s nothing we can do about it), we never fully submit to it emotionally.

If we submitted to the bad thing emotionally, then it would no longer bother us; where bother is an emotional thought that produces bad physical reactions (feelings) of being disturbed, troubled, plagued, annoyed, and upset.

Humans do whatever is in their power to avoid the bad feelings associated with the bad thing that they are experiencing.  Although all life forms physically respond to something bad (i.e., something that creates discomfort for the life form), only humans respond to a bad thing emotionally.

Humans are able to accept and submit to something that makes them feel uncomfortable and continue to allow it by producing emotional protective barriers that corral the bad feeling and make it bearable.

The emotional barriers that subdue the bad physical feeling are faith and hope.

When the human brain produces a feeling that, although things might seem bad now, they might eventually change: this is faith.

Although nothing changes in the person’s life (i.e., the bad thing is continually being experienced), the physical uncomfortableness that initially bothered the person is emotionally corralled and subdued by faith.

Faith is the noun that represents these human emotional barriers.

Hope is the verb associated with faith.

Faith causes us to hope.

We cannot have hope without faith.

And when we have faith, we hope that something is going to happen.

We wrote,

“How is it that ye can attain unto faith, save ye shall have hope?”  (BOM, Moroni 7:40)

Or rather,

When you are experiencing something uncomfortable (bad), how is it that you can succeed in achieving a desired good result without acting on the thing that is bothering you?

Instead of doing something (acting physically) to change the bad, when a human has already accepted that there is nothing that can be done about it, hope is the act of forming the emotional barrier inside the mind that corrals and subdues the actual, physical feeling of discomfort.  Although bad things happen, and we recognize them as bad, because of hope that someone greater than us exists, even when we don’t have any empirical evidence that this greater one exists, we are no longer bothered and we can continue to live in relative peace.

For example,

The human race is experiencing rampant poverty and economic inequality throughout the world.

All humans upon Earth recognize this situation as something bad.  It makes a person feel bothered (uncomfortable) when one sees this poverty and inequality.

Most people believe that there is nothing that can be done about this … it’s just the way things are.  These have no faith that something can be done by mortals.  And without faith, there can be no action taken.  If you think something cannot change, then you have no faith that it can, therefore, you will not act (hope) to change it.

But if you have faith that something can be done, then you will support an action (hope) that is consistent with the faith that you have.

We have briefly explained through this Marvelous Work and a Wonder® that the idea and conceptual reality of Jesus, the Christ, was developed and established by Greek philosophers and writers commissioned by the Roman Government.  At the time (4th and 5th centuries of the common era) the New Testament stories about Jesus were invented and published, the Great Roman Empire was on the verge of collapse.  When analyzed properly and honestly, this collapse was occurring from within the Roman Empire because of rampant poverty and inequality.  The masses of poor and mourning people, who were literally hungry and thirsty, were beginning to complain and unite in opposition to Roman government policies.  There were pockets of uprisings throughout the Roman Empire.  (Compare to the modern Arab Spring.)

At that time, the government did not have the manpower or the technology to subdue masses of people fighting it.  When the Roman people rebelled, they didn’t pay their taxes, or they couldn’t pay taxes because they didn’t have any income upon which taxation could be based.  Without taxes, the Roman government could not pay its soldiers.

(Side note: One of the many “mists of darkness” that blind the minds and harden the hearts of modern people, especially Americans, is that soldiers serve their country.  Soldiers do not serve their country.  Soldiers follow the money.  No soldier would serve unless the money and benefits are there to entice them to sign up.  Even those who are conscripted [forced into being in the military] would not agree unless they are paid.  At no time in history has there ever been a government-controlled military that consisted of all volunteers.  On the contrary, militias that fight government are often made up of volunteers who are not paid.)

During the 4th and 5th centuries, when the Roman Empire was being threatened by collapse, the soldiers who weren’t being paid either left the service or found better employment with mercenaries and covert operators hired by the wealthy to protect their non-government, personal interests.

The government had to act.  The Roman government turned to the philosophical techniques of the Greeks.

The Romans had conquered the Greeks, physically but not emotionally.

Although the Great Roman Empire flourished through military dominance, the Greeks were the intellectuals, scientists, progressive thinkers, and the wealthy.  The Greeks knew exactly what the people needed in order to quash any uprising by the masses when the masses began to realize that they were disadvantaged and marginalized by the few.  To stave off social uprisings, the Greeks told the people stories that entertained them and produced faith in their minds that there were many gods aware of the bad things happening in the mortal world … good gods that did something about the bad gods.

The poor Greek masses were given something that affected their emotional discomfort.  The Greek masses began to look to [have faith in] their gods for salvation.  The wise, wealthy, intelligent, controlling, and opportunistic Greek storytellers would produce stories of the gods choosing (anointing) a mortal to help them (the gods) help other mortals (Hercules, for example).  The idea of a “Christ” that offered salvation to mortals was invented hundreds of years before the Roman Empire existed.

The Roman military easily subdued and overtook the wealthy Greek intellectuals.  Wealthy Greeks became lovers not fighters.  The Romans conquered and began to control the Greek culture and society that had been created as a result of the 1% providing the 99% with something in which to have faith.  Faith worked for the Greeks.

With faith, the masses of poor changed their attitude and began to suffer long, and be kind to their leaders and not envy what the wealthy had.  The poor were meek and lowly of heart, not puffed up.  The poor did not seek their own.  They were not easily provoked.  Because of their faith in the gods in which they had been inculcated from birth to believe, the poor thought nothing evil against their gods, nor against the mortals whom their gods had supposedly chosen to speak to and teach the people.  The poor began to rejoice in the truths that they were being fed by the gods’ mortal servants.  The Greek poor, disenfranchised, marginalized, masses began to rejoice, not in iniquity, as they were taught by the gods what was good and evil, but in the truths that the gods had given them.  Their faith led to action (hope).  With human hope, the ancient Greeks were easily able to bear all things because they believed all things, they hoped all things, which helped them endure all the bad things that they were experiencing.

We explained and used this acquired and necessary attitude in our book.

We named it “charity” and specifically explained that this attitude (charity) “is the pure love of Christ, and it endureth forever; and whoso is found possessed of it at the last day, it shall be well with him.”  (BOM, Moroni 7:45-47)

None understood our use of the term.  If this “pure love,” of which we wrote allegorically, is something that one can possess forever, then it is not restricted to a “Christ.”  Anyone can have this “pure love.”

Further, we wrote of the “Spirit of Christ,” that all are given this “spirit”:

“For behold, the Spirit of Christ is given to every man.”  (BOM, Moroni 7:16)

We also wrote of a “hope in Christ.”

We explained, clearly, that when one has a hope in Christ, one will act (remember, “hope” is the verb of action on the noun faith) “for the intent to do good.”  We couldn’t have explained it any clearer, that the “good” that should be the act from having faith in Christ is: “to clothe the naked, and to feed the hungry, and to liberate the captive, and administer relief to the sick and the afflicted [i.e., to end poverty].  (BOM, Jacob 2:18-19)

In our modern world, many blame poverty and inequality on the poor.  The attitude of “find a job and take care of yourself” marginalizes (to treat as insignificant and peripheral of one’s own interests) those who should be seen as equal mortals.  This attitude causes pride in oneself and in one’s own family unit.  We wrote that this attitude of pride was one of the greatest abominations facing humanity:

And now, my brethren, I have spoken unto you concerning pride; and those of you which have afflicted your neighbor, and persecuted him because ye were proud in your hearts, of the things which God hath given you, what say ye of it?

Do ye not suppose that such things are abominable unto him who created all flesh?”  (BOM, Jacob 2:20-21)

Taking pride in one’s life and seeking for success in the world through education, business, and other worldly means while others (on the outside of your family unit, i.e., peripheral) are negatively affected, causes many to blame a person’s economic situation on the person who is negatively affected.  Concerning this attitude, and utilizing the reader’s faith in Christ, along with the reader’s faith in the redeeming power of Christ, as well as the reader’s faith in God, especially the “love of God,” we wrote:

“Believe in God; believe that he is, and that he created all things, both in heaven and in earth; believe that he has all wisdom, and all power, both in heaven and in earth; believe that man doth not comprehend all the things which the Lord can comprehend.

And again, believe that ye must repent of your sins and forsake them, and humble yourselves before God; and ask in sincerity of heart that he would forgive you; and now, if you believe all these things see that ye do them.

And again I say unto you as I have said before, that as ye have come to the knowledge of the glory of God, or if ye have known of his goodness and have tasted of his love, and have received a remission of your sins, which causeth such exceedingly great joy in your souls, even so I would that ye should remember, and always retain in remembrance, the greatness of God, and your own nothingness, and his goodness and long-suffering towards you, unworthy creatures, and humble yourselves even in the depths of humility, calling on the name of the Lord daily, and standing steadfastly in the faith of that which is to come, which was spoken by the mouth of the angel.

And behold, I say unto you that if ye do this ye shall always rejoice, and be filled with the love of God, and always retain a remission of your sins; and ye shall grow in the knowledge of the glory of him that created you, or in the knowledge of that which is just and true.

And ye will not have a mind to injure one another, but to live peaceably, and to render to every man according to that which is his due.

And ye will not suffer your children that they go hungry, or naked; neither will ye suffer that they transgress the laws of God, and fight and quarrel one with another, and serve the devil, who is the master of sin, or who is the evil spirit which hath been spoken of by our fathers, he being an enemy to all righteousness.

But ye will teach them to walk in the ways of truth and soberness; ye will teach them to love one another, and to serve one another.

And also, ye yourselves will succor those that stand in need of your succor; ye will administer of your substance unto him that standeth in need; and ye will not suffer that the beggar putteth up his petition to you in vain, and turn him out to perish.

Perhaps thou shalt say: The man has brought upon himself his misery; therefore I will stay my hand, and will not give unto him of my food, nor impart unto him of my substance that he may not suffer, for his punishments are just—

But I say unto you, O man, whosoever doeth this the same hath great cause to repent; and except he repenteth of that which he hath done he perisheth forever, and hath no interest in the kingdom of God.

For behold, are we not all beggars? Do we not all depend upon the same Being, even God, for all the substance which we have, for both food and raiment, and for gold, and for silver, and for all the riches which we have of every kind?”  (BOM, Mosiah 4:9-19)

Of a “hope in Christ,” we wrote:

“And now behold, my brethren, this is the word which I declare unto you, that many of you have begun to search for gold, and for silver, and for all manner of precious ores, in the which this land, which is a land of promise unto you and to your seed, doth abound most plentifully.

And the hand of providence hath smiled upon you most pleasingly, that you have obtained many riches; and because some of you have obtained more abundantly than that of your brethren ye are lifted up in the pride of your hearts, and wear stiff necks and high heads because of the costliness of your apparel, and persecute your brethren because ye suppose that ye are better than they.

And now, my brethren, do ye suppose that God justifieth you in this thing? Behold, I say unto you, Nay. But he condemneth you, and if ye persist in these things his judgments must speedily come unto you.

O that he would show you that he can pierce you, and with one glance of his eye he can smite you to the dust!

O that he would rid you from this iniquity and abomination. And, O that ye would listen unto the word of his commands, and let not this pride of your hearts destroy your souls!

Think of your brethren like unto yourselves, and be familiar with all and free with your substance, that they may be rich like unto you.

But before ye seek for riches, seek ye for the kingdom of God.

And after ye have obtained a hope in Christ ye shall obtain riches, if ye seek them; and ye will seek them for the intent to do good—to clothe the naked, and to feed the hungry, and to liberate the captive, and administer relief to the sick and the afflicted.

And now, my brethren, I have spoken unto you concerning pride; and those of you which have afflicted your neighbor, and persecuted him because ye were proud in your hearts, of the things which God hath given you, what say ye of it?

Do ye not suppose that such things are abominable unto him who created all flesh? And the one being is as precious in his sight as the other. And all flesh is of the dust; and for the selfsame end hath he created them, that they should keep his commandments and glorify him forever.”  (BOM, Jacob 2:12-21)

The commissioned Greeks philosophers and writers who invented the story of Jesus, a new Christ for the masses, used the people’s faith to inspire them to act (to hope) and become “peacemakers” instead of insurgents.  Well did they begin Jesus’ teachings,

“Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted.

Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth.

Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.

Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy.

Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God.

Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.”  (Matthew 5:3-9)

Faith was provided to the suffering masses.  With hope, they endured the bad situation they were experiencing because their faith corralled and subdued the negative emotions and turned them into a positive feeling.

When the human brain is experiencing something traumatic, it can actually produce hormones (similar to adrenaline) that create a positive feeling.  But unlike adrenaline, which is automatically (involuntarily) produced by our brain during a traumatic experience, endorphins, serotonin, dopamine, and oxytocin (“hormones of happiness”) are voluntary.  These happy hormones are not automatically produced in the brain.  Their production requires a free-willed effort on the individual to think about something positive in order to produce them.

Faith is the initial thought that induces the production of these happy hormones.  Upon being produced, a person feels something different, something special.  When a person feels these hormones, the person automatically assumes that their own brain was not the cause that resulted in their “spiritual” feeling.  But the person has forgotten what led up to the release of these hormones.  Again, happy hormones are not released by our brain automatically.  Something is encountered by the individual in which the person believes, or is convinced to believe (i.e., have faith), that starts the person hoping.  It is hope that is the catalyst that allows the brain to begin the process of producing happy hormones.

When a person reads scripture, and the person believes the words are from God, the very thought can produce happy hormones responsible for the feelings of being overwhelmed by “the Spirit of God.”

If happy hormones were involuntary and automatically produced by the brain when a person is experiencing something uncomfortable (bad), then there would be no experience of discomfort.  Humans would seek out uncomfortable (bad) situations so that they could feel happy.  Humans do not act bad in order to be happy.  Upon acting bad, or being acted upon by bad, the human mind senses unhappiness and discomfort.  The human must do something (voluntarily) in order to begin the production of the happy hormones.  What they do is have faith in something then act upon this faith.  No matter how hard a human tries to produce these happy hormones, the individual’s brain is not going to start the production unless the person begins the process by thinking about something positive that will benefit them personally.

There must be some substance established on which the person can gain something personal in order for the person to start thinking positive and initiating the production of the happy hormones.  Ancient Greek psychologist/psychiatrists figured this out hundreds of years before the Roman Empire existed.  Well was it written,

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.”  (Hebrews 11:1)

How happy is a person who doesn’t believe in anything?  It’s not comfortable or personally fulfilling to be around a person who doesn’t believe in anything and is never happy.  Consider the difference between a child who believes in Santa Claus and one who does not.  Which child is happier at Christmas time?

Now, honestly consider the difference in the happiness level of a person who believes in Christ (i.e., the one whose brain is producing more of the happy hormones) and one who does not.

Christ and Santa are the substance of things hoped for by the child and also by the Christian respectively.  The happy feelings that a child’s and a Christian’s brain produces when each is thinking about their chosen (anointed) one are exactly the same.  Both feelings come from the brain and cannot be produced without faith.

Watch this short video and you will witness how a Christian pastor explains this emotional phenomenon perfectly but is blinded by his own pride in his particular “chosen one”:

The Jesus story worked and changed the mindset and attitude of the ancient Roman poor.  The evidence is obvious.  The Eastern part of the Great Roman Empire, where the population accepted Christianity, flourished and was “saved.”  The Western part “fell.”

We have explained how the human race “fell.”  We have also explained how the human race can be “saved.”

The only way to salvation is the complete elimination of poverty and inequality.

Because of the faith that the early European-American Christians had in their chosen Christ, and because the New Testament stories of Jesus included the eradication of poverty as the “final judgment of the world” made by Christ (see Matthew, chapter 25), we created our Book of Mormon.

We know that solving poverty and inequality will save the human race.  To this end, we created a “substance of things hoped for” by presenting “the evidence of things not seen.”

We understand the human brain and how it works better than the ancient Greeks did.  We have observed humans throughout many years of existence.  We knew exactly what needed to be written in order to create faith and induce hope.  We centered the entire message of our book’s storyline on the “word of Christ” as given in the Greek’s story.  However, with our increased knowledge and understanding that came from actual experience, we created a faith-based storyline that if read with an open heart and mind, will induce the production of the happy hormones.  For this reason, millions have read the Book of Mormon and had a spiritual experience while reading it.

We gave clear clues about the “hope in Christ,” the “Spirit of Christ,” and the “love of God,” all based on the “word of Christ.”  The word of Christ given in the spirit of Christ produces the happy hormones that create “a love of God and of all men.”  Only when we learn to love all others as we do ourselves (“a love of all men”) can we begin to act and end what we created: poverty and inequality.

Nothing would solve our mortal problems faster than to see all humans as our equals in all things.

They made this point through Jesus’ words:

“Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy.

But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you;

That ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven: for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust.

For if ye love them which love you, what reward have ye? do not even the publicans the same?

And if ye salute your brethren only, what do ye more than others? Do not even the publicans so?

Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect.”  (Matthew 5:43-48)

The correct translation from the original Greek ends the above passage properly,

“Let your love towards all men be perfect, even as your Father’s in heaven love for you is perfect.”

If the world only had the original Greek manuscript of the Jesus story, it would have “the word of Christ” given properly.  The following (correctly translated) passage would then explain something of substance that induces incredible feelings of happiness in the human brain:

“Master, which is the great commandment in the law?

Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love thyself with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

This is the first and great commandment.

And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.”  (Correctly translated, Matthew 22:36-40.)

Corrupt Christian leaders removed the first part about loving yourself with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and interpolated their god into these incredible words.  If one truly loved one’s Self, and one loved everyone else like one does one’s own Self, there would be no need for a god.  Corrupt religious leaders couldn’t have a person having more faith in their Self than in them.

The Bible became the “substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (i.e., the faith) that has deceived the people of Earth into believing that they cannot solve poverty when they’re the ones who created it in the first place and allow it to continue.

Because of the corrupt way that the Bible was used to deceive people, and because of the great faith that many had in the Bible, and in Christ, we based the storyline of our Book of Mormon on the concept and ideology of Christ, attempting to persuade Christians to “feast upon the word of Christ””

“Wherefore, ye must press forward with a steadfastness in Christ, having a perfect brightness of hope, and a love of God and of all men. Wherefore, if ye shall press forward, feasting upon the word of Christ, and endure to the end, behold, thus saith the Father: Ye shall have eternal life.

And now, behold, my beloved brethren, this is the way; and there is none other way nor name given under heaven whereby man can be saved in the kingdom of God. And now, behold, this is the doctrine of Christ, and the only and true doctrine of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, which is one God, without end. Amen.”  (BOM, 2 Nephi 31:20-21)

Nevertheless, we gave clear clues that our Book of Mormon was a “lesser part,” and only contained a “hundredth part of the things which Jesus did truly teach unto the people.”  If we had given all of the words of Jesus (the other, greater part), we would have included, not only all of Matthew, chapter 25, but the correct translation of Matthew 22:36-40 as given above.

“And now there cannot be written in this book even a hundredth part of the things which Jesus did truly teach unto the people;

But behold the plates of Nephi do contain the more part of the things which he taught the people.

And these things have I written, which are a lesser part of the things which he taught the people; and I have written them to the intent that they may be brought again unto this people, from the Gentiles, according to the words which Jesus hath spoken.

And when they shall have received this, which is expedient that they should have first, to try their faith, and if it shall so be that they shall believe these things then shall the greater things be made manifest unto them.

And if it so be that they will not believe these things, then shall the greater things be withheld from them, unto their condemnation.

Behold, I was about to write them, all which were engraven upon the plates of Nephi, but the Lord forbade it, saying: I will try the faith of my people.” (BOM, 3 Nephi 26:6-11)

We “tried [subjected to trial] the faith of the people” who first read the 116 pages of our story.  When we considered their response, we were forced to change the “substance of the things hoped for” (faith) of the story in order to get people to read it and accept it as divine scripture … BUT TO THEIR CONDEMNATION.

The 116 pages that we originally wrote and had Joseph present to his peers to “try their faith,” included many clues to the evil of organized religion, especially the evil of priesthood authority.  (We have placed the actual writings of the 116-pages here.)

Consider the state of the LDS/Mormon Church and what organized religion has done to them.  The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is known as one of the, if not the wealthiest church on Earth.  How did the LDS/Mormon Church become so wealthy?

It doesn’t matter how much income a person has, a person will have no money if the person spends it.  The only way to become wealthy is to not spend your money.

The LDS/Mormon Church would not be wealthy in any means or way if it did what the “words of Christ” tell it to do with a “hope in Christ.”  If the LDS/Mormons had “obtained a [correct] hope in Christ [they would have] obtain[ed] riches, if ye seek them; and ye will seek them for the intent to do good—to clothe the naked, and to feed the hungry, and to liberate the captive, and administer relief to the sick and the afflicted.”  (BOM, Jacob 2:19)

We warned them about the use of the “Spirit of Christ [that] is given to every man.”  (BOM, Moroni 7:16) We warned them to,

“Take heed, my beloved brethren, that ye do not judge that which is evil to be of God, or that which is good and of God to be of the devil.”  (BOM, Moroni 7:14)

The LDS/Mormons judge their wealth and prosperity to be “good and of God,” when it actually is “evil and of the devil.”  When they pray, it is Lucifer, the God of this world, that hears them and answers their prayers.  The true Elohim and Jehovah have nothing to do with them.  (This is clearly taught in their temple endowment … but blind, they do not see.)

Our current True Messenger, Christopher, has been accused of being the Anti-Christ because he was allowed to reveal the true nature of Christ, as we have presented it above.  Christopher knows and understands the true nature of the true Christ as we have explained it to him.  For many years we tried to use the world’s faith in Christ to induce the use of that faith as a substance of hope to end poverty and inequality.  We failed.  Because of all that we have tried, and failed, we allowed Christopher to reveal the true nature of Christ, which is not a real person, but an ideology of substance that stimulates the mortal brain to produce happy hormones.

Our Christ is the devil of the Christian people.  Our devil is their Christ.  They have judged their Christ to be good and of God, when in fact, their Christ is of the devil.”

We have presented the proper solution to end poverty and inequality throughout the world through our Humanity Party®.  The plan will work and can work in modern times perfectly.  It is the plan of the true Christ, the hope that we all share for a better world.  It encompasses all that is good and real about the hope and spirit of Christ as we have explained it.

 The many recent shootings in American schools and on American streets usually result in the colloquial, “Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families.”  Some of the victims’ families reject the “thoughts and prayers” and plead for “action” to be taken to ensure that the shootings do not happen again.  There is no happiness in losing a loved one to a senseless and often random shooting.  Those who loved the victims are depressed, unhappy, and very uncomfortable with their loss.  Their brains do not automatically produce the happy hormones necessary to quench their pain.  They no longer have faith in thoughts and prayers.  But those who do have faith send out thoughts and prayers and justify their non-action believing (having faith that caused a non-action) that they have done all that they can do to solve the problem; therefore, they do nothing else because they don’t think that they can do anything about it.

Luckily for mortals, they have figured out how to produce drugs that cause the brain to release the happy hormones.  Drugs do not contain the hormones.  Drugs cause the brain to release the happy hormones.

In our minds, although we accept that we cannot change something that is bad, our human emotions naturally seek happiness, a good feeling that cannot occur as long as the bad thing exists.  The human mind creates thoughts of good even though the bad is being experienced.

Unlike all other life forms, of any nature or kind, only humans distinguish things as either “good” or “bad.”

No other life form has a brain that produces happy hormones that cause a person to smile and feel good.  No other life form uses their brain to create drugs that induce the production of these hormones.  No other life form produces religion … The Opiate of the Masses.  Yes, this idea was coined by Karl Marx, the enemy of the American Capitalist.  Although Marx had some things wrong, he based his teachings of communism on the very things that Jesus taught.  Jesus was more of a communist than Marx.

We “tried” the people’s belief in their Christ and established the Book of Mormon on their faith.  We used the idea and his [Jesus’] own words to teach them to consider ending poverty.  But they didn’t believe these things, so the “greater things [are] withheld from them, unto their condemnation.”

Christopher is far from being an Anti-Christ.

Christopher is the bearer (“opher”) of the only true Christ that actually exists.

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