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SergiusPaulus

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Have you seen the series? I downloaded the app on my phone a few days ago. The episodes are pretty good. Some people are attracted to church. Others are attracted to televangelists. The chosen is about Jesus ministry when he chose his disciples. I think it’s pretty good. If you want to watch the New Testament of the Bible in this program it may inspire or lead you to read it.
 

SergiusPaulus

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It’s an app you download for free onto your phone or computer. I use an iPhone so I got it at the Apple App Store. It’s free. It plays the episodes inside the app.
 

PaulaJedi

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It’s an app you download for free onto your phone or computer. I use an iPhone so I got it at the Apple App Store. It’s free. It plays the episodes inside the app.

What's it called? I know they are apps. I'm just still old school and call them channels.
 

SergiusPaulus

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It’s not on TV to my knowledge. It’s an app for Apple or PC. It’s called “The Chosen”. I think they chose computer versus TV so they could spread it further around the world. Attached is a screenshot of the App Store on the iPhone.
 

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Beholder

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Using phone addiction and gamification to control people's minds with random notifications and fear of social exclusion. What a great way to start my own cult. :LOL:
 

SergiusPaulus

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Indeed Religion is a tough subject. But some words are not religious even though they are found in religious writings. For example commandments. That always sounded harsh to me but rules seems less harsh. I prefer blessings. Matthew 5 in the New Testament speaks about them. Again more like rules of how to live rather than what to avoid. It’s sometimes easier for a child to understand and accept a belief than for adults who may have had little exposure to a belief as a child. I grew up in church so believing in something was taught innocently at a young age and progressed. I don’t try to know everything about religion I usually just start with a favorite topic and let my imagination wander beyond that. If you know nothing of religion then it can be very intimidating to know where to start. I always start with Matthew 5. It’s a simple place to start for some.
 

Beholder

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Indeed Religion is a tough subject. But some words are not religious even though they are found in religious writings. For example commandments. That always sounded harsh to me but rules seems less harsh. I prefer blessings. Matthew 5 in the New Testament speaks about them. Again more like rules of how to live rather than what to avoid. It’s sometimes easier for a child to understand and accept a belief than for adults who may have had little exposure to a belief as a child. I grew up in church so believing in something was taught innocently at a young age and progressed. I don’t try to know everything about religion I usually just start with a favorite topic and let my imagination wander beyond that. If you know nothing of religion then it can be very intimidating to know where to start. I always start with Matthew 5. It’s a simple place to start for some.
People lie, kill and steal all the time. Calling it the "Ten Moral Guidelines" would not help.
 

SergiusPaulus

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I agree. If there was just some way to help people not lie kill and steal. I use to think Matthew 5 was a response to the commandments. The commandments mentioned things to do and not do while Matthew 5, primarily speaks about how to live and the preferred behaviors of people. <><
 

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