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Old February 16th 07, 12:47 AM posted to alt.support.single-parents,alt.tv.carnivale
marika
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ok here was my other question. What was ben muttering when he put the
knife in justin. Something something plunge.

The blue blood that was leaking out of him. Was that the moon glittering
off it, or was it truly shiny.

I also realized that Justin did not stop the ferris wheel. That was
coincidence.
Varlan stopped it.

From HBO
Brother Justin is about to deliver another of his sermons when he is
confronted by a nervous little man who says he is looking for "the Usher."
Reaching out his hand in introduction, the man slashes Justin's palm, but
seems shocked
at the result. Justin becomes enraged and grabs him, and suddenly the two
stand inside Justin's vision, beside his tree. "You bleed like a man," the
terrified man tells a black-eyed Brother Justin. "It means he's still
alive."
According to the Book of Matthias, the man says, Justin must kill Henry
Scudder. "Then you'll be the prophet. The usher," the man says.

Justin's blood became blue when he killed Scudder and he became the
prophet.

Justin gave Varlan a kiss as did Jesus when Judas approached him.
Matthias took Judas' place after Judas hung himself.

So now with Sophie every prophet in HER house.

I couldn't remember where I had heard the phrase the power of christ
compels
you, it's in the exorcist

There is no Book of Matthias because it was a heretical sect
http://www.earlychristianwritings.co...smatthias.html
Information on Traditions of Matthias
The Traditions of Matthias, also known as the Gospel of Matthias, is known
only from a few quotations provided by Clement of Alexandria.

Jon B. Daniels writes (The Anchor Bible Dictionary, v. 4, p. 644):


The extent and genre of the Traditions of Matthias is uncertain. Clement's
citations from it are brief hortatory sentences (Strom. 2.9.45; 3.4.26;
7.13.82). But if Strom.
4.6.35 is derived from the same source, then the work may also have
contained some narrative material about Jesus. The quotations are not
overtly gnostic, but according
to Clement (Strom. 7.17.108) teachings of Matthias were used by
Basilideans and perhaps other gnostic groups. According to Hippolytus
(Haer. 7.20.1) Basilides and
his son Isidore claimed to have learned from Matthias 'secret words,' which
he had received in private teaching from the Savior.
Daniels also writes (op. cit., p. 644):

Traditions of Matthias probably was composed in Egypt in the first half of
the 2d century. It sometimes has been identified with a work called the
Gospel of Matthias, but there is too little evidence to decide this
question definitively (NTApocr 1:312).
The earliest author to mention a Gospel of Matthias is Origen (hom. I. in
Lc.), whose information is repeated by Ambrose and Jerome. Eusebius (Hist.
Eccl. 3.25.6)
mentions it together with gospels of Thomas and Peter. He describes them
as works which were composed by heretics, but which nonethless were known
to most writers in the early Church. The Gospel of Matthias is also named
in lists of heretical works: the Decretum Gelasianum, the Catalogue of the
Sixty Canonical Books, and
a list in the Samaritan Chronicle No. II of false books allegedly used by
Nazarene Christians.

there is more cool stuff at this page
http://pages.sbcglobal.net/zimriel/matthias.html

mainly of interest.
"The Gospel of Matthias has understandably not received nearly as much
press
as has Thomas, however, because Thomas has been found and Matthias is
still missing."

so basically Knauf can make up anything he wants about what that scripture
supposedly said

T
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Old February 17th 07, 09:09 PM posted to alt.support.single-parents,alt.tv.carnivale,alt.usenet.legends.lester-mosley
marika
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On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 19:47:37 -0500, marika wrote:


ok here was my other question. What was ben muttering when he put the
knife in justin. Something something plunge.


forgot to ask lester

The blue blood that was leaking out of him. Was that the moon glittering
off it, or was it truly shiny.

I also realized that Justin did not stop the ferris wheel. That was
coincidence.
Varlan stopped it.

From HBO
Brother Justin is about to deliver another of his sermons when he is
confronted by a nervous little man who says he is looking for "the
Usher." Reaching out his hand in introduction, the man slashes Justin's
palm, but seems shocked
at the result. Justin becomes enraged and grabs him, and suddenly the
two stand inside Justin's vision, beside his tree. "You bleed like a
man," the
terrified man tells a black-eyed Brother Justin. "It means he's still
alive."
According to the Book of Matthias, the man says, Justin must kill Henry
Scudder. "Then you'll be the prophet. The usher," the man says.

Justin's blood became blue when he killed Scudder and he became the
prophet.

Justin gave Varlan a kiss as did Jesus when Judas approached him.
Matthias took Judas' place after Judas hung himself.

So now with Sophie every prophet in HER house.

I couldn't remember where I had heard the phrase the power of christ
compels
you, it's in the exorcist

There is no Book of Matthias because it was a heretical sect
http://www.earlychristianwritings.co...smatthias.html
Information on Traditions of Matthias
The Traditions of Matthias, also known as the Gospel of Matthias, is
known only from a few quotations provided by Clement of Alexandria.

Jon B. Daniels writes (The Anchor Bible Dictionary, v. 4, p. 644):


The extent and genre of the Traditions of Matthias is uncertain.
Clement's citations from it are brief hortatory sentences (Strom.
2.9.45; 3.4.26; 7.13.82). But if Strom.
4.6.35 is derived from the same source, then the work may also have
contained some narrative material about Jesus. The quotations are not
overtly gnostic, but according
to Clement (Strom. 7.17.108) teachings of Matthias were used by
Basilideans and perhaps other gnostic groups. According to Hippolytus
(Haer. 7.20.1) Basilides and
his son Isidore claimed to have learned from Matthias 'secret words,'
which
he had received in private teaching from the Savior.
Daniels also writes (op. cit., p. 644):

Traditions of Matthias probably was composed in Egypt in the first half
of the 2d century. It sometimes has been identified with a work called
the Gospel of Matthias, but there is too little evidence to decide this
question definitively (NTApocr 1:312).
The earliest author to mention a Gospel of Matthias is Origen (hom. I.
in Lc.), whose information is repeated by Ambrose and Jerome. Eusebius
(Hist. Eccl. 3.25.6)
mentions it together with gospels of Thomas and Peter. He describes them
as works which were composed by heretics, but which nonethless were
known to most writers in the early Church. The Gospel of Matthias is
also named in lists of heretical works: the Decretum Gelasianum, the
Catalogue of the Sixty Canonical Books, and
a list in the Samaritan Chronicle No. II of false books allegedly used
by Nazarene Christians.

there is more cool stuff at this page
http://pages.sbcglobal.net/zimriel/matthias.html

mainly of interest.
"The Gospel of Matthias has understandably not received nearly as much
press
as has Thomas, however, because Thomas has been found and Matthias is
still missing."

so basically Knauf can make up anything he wants about what that
scripture supposedly said

T

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ok here was my other question. What was ben muttering when he put the
knife in justin. Something something plunge.

The blue blood that was leaking out of him. Was that the moon glittering
off it, or was it truly shiny.

I also realized that Justin did not stop the ferris wheel. That was
coincidence.
Varlan stopped it.

From HBO
Brother Justin is about to deliver another of his sermons when he is
confronted by a nervous little man who says he is looking for "the Usher."
Reaching out his hand in introduction, the man slashes Justin's palm, but
seems shocked
at the result. Justin becomes enraged and grabs him, and suddenly the two
stand inside Justin's vision, beside his tree. "You bleed like a man," the
terrified man tells a black-eyed Brother Justin. "It means he's still
alive."
According to the Book of Matthias, the man says, Justin must kill Henry
Scudder. "Then you'll be the prophet. The usher," the man says.

Justin's blood became blue when he killed Scudder and he became the
prophet.

Justin gave Varlan a kiss as did Jesus when Judas approached him.
Matthias took Judas' place after Judas hung himself.

So now with Sophie every prophet in HER house.

I couldn't remember where I had heard the phrase the power of christ
compels
you, it's in the exorcist

There is no Book of Matthias because it was a heretical sect
http://www.earlychristianwritings.co...smatthias.html
Information on Traditions of Matthias
The Traditions of Matthias, also known as the Gospel of Matthias, is known
only from a few quotations provided by Clement of Alexandria.

Jon B. Daniels writes (The Anchor Bible Dictionary, v. 4, p. 644):


The extent and genre of the Traditions of Matthias is uncertain. Clement's
citations from it are brief hortatory sentences (Strom. 2.9.45; 3.4.26;
7.13.82). But if Strom.
4.6.35 is derived from the same source, then the work may also have
contained some narrative material about Jesus. The quotations are not
overtly gnostic, but according
to Clement (Strom. 7.17.108) teachings of Matthias were used by
Basilideans and perhaps other gnostic groups. According to Hippolytus
(Haer. 7.20.1) Basilides and
his son Isidore claimed to have learned from Matthias 'secret words,'
which
he had received in private teaching from the Savior.
Daniels also writes (op. cit., p. 644):

Traditions of Matthias probably was composed in Egypt in the first half of
the 2d century. It sometimes has been identified with a work called the
Gospel of Matthias, but there is too little evidence to decide this
question definitively (NTApocr 1:312).
The earliest author to mention a Gospel of Matthias is Origen (hom. I. in
Lc.), whose information is repeated by Ambrose and Jerome. Eusebius (Hist.
Eccl. 3.25.6)
mentions it together with gospels of Thomas and Peter. He describes them
as works which were composed by heretics, but which nonethless were known
to most writers in the early Church. The Gospel of Matthias is also named
in lists of heretical works: the Decretum Gelasianum, the Catalogue of the
Sixty Canonical Books, and
a list in the Samaritan Chronicle No. II of false books allegedly used by
Nazarene Christians.

there is more cool stuff at this page
http://pages.sbcglobal.net/zimriel/matthias.html

mainly of interest.
"The Gospel of Matthias has understandably not received nearly as much
press
as has Thomas, however, because Thomas has been found and Matthias is
still missing."

so basically Knauf can make up anything he wants about what that scripture
supposedly said

T


 




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