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I'VE BEEN STUDYING SYRIAN, COPTIC, MIDDLE EASTERN, AND ASIAN CHRISTIANITY FOR ABOUT 15 YEARS NOW (still do) Whereas I would disagree at certain points here this is important to know and I completely agree about understanding Middle Eastern and Asian Christianity. I’d also add African Christianity. One of my dissertations in college was over the fact that the Earliest Missionary efforts of Buddhism were to the West (it failed), not towards China, and the first Christian Missionary efforts were East, Turkey, and beyond, and into Africa, not to the West. That succeeded, and for a long while, but Orthodoxy versus Heresy eventually led to splitting Christendom into two or three (West, Africa, Eastern) and then again between Orthodoxy and Catholicism, and then again between Catholicism and Protestantism. In many ways organized Christianity is its own worst enemy. I am a Christian by the way, but not because of Organized, religious Christianity, but because of Christ and because of a far more Ancient Christianity. In many ways I am an Eastern and African Heretic and anti-organized Christianity. I am not anti-Chruch, I like the Ekklesia, just not a fan of what it tends to eventually become if left to its own devices. #Christianity #Islam #Middle East #Asia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzJojqPy7NQ
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ON MODERN POLICING I wish the old guys would go back to training police (serve, protect, peacekeeping), rather than using paramilitary training tactics (detention, interrogation, negotiation, every encounter is a dangerous, terrorist intercation) for regular, everyday police work. When I was young policing was peacekeeping, not war-action, or paramilitary patrols. Now, to be honest it takes both sides to play it that way. Violent anarchists, rioters, serial felons, and real terrorists you have to play differently. But the vast majority of everyday police intercations are not those. #training #law #constituion #oldtimers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1W2Sq35xpoA
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More from JackWGunter

I'VE BEEN STUDYING SYRIAN, COPTIC, MIDDLE EASTERN, AND ASIAN CHRISTIANITY FOR ABOUT 15 YEARS NOW (still do) Whereas I would disagree at certain points here this is important to know and I completely agree about understanding Middle Eastern and Asian Christianity. I’d also add African Christianity. One of my dissertations in college was over the fact that the Earliest Missionary efforts of Buddhism were to the West (it failed), not towards China, and the first Christian Missionary efforts were East, Turkey, and beyond, and into Africa, not to the West. That succeeded, and for a long while, but Orthodoxy versus Heresy eventually led to splitting Christendom into two or three (West, Africa, Eastern) and then again between Orthodoxy and Catholicism, and then again between Catholicism and Protestantism. In many ways organized Christianity is its own worst enemy. I am a Christian by the way, but not because of Organized, religious Christianity, but because of Christ and because of a far more Ancient Christianity. In many ways I am an Eastern and African Heretic and anti-organized Christianity. I am not anti-Chruch, I like the Ekklesia, just not a fan of what it tends to eventually become if left to its own devices. #Christianity #Islam #Middle East #Asia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzJojqPy7NQ
30 views · May 28th
ON MODERN POLICING I wish the old guys would go back to training police (serve, protect, peacekeeping), rather than using paramilitary training tactics (detention, interrogation, negotiation, every encounter is a dangerous, terrorist intercation) for regular, everyday police work. When I was young policing was peacekeeping, not war-action, or paramilitary patrols. Now, to be honest it takes both sides to play it that way. Violent anarchists, rioters, serial felons, and real terrorists you have to play differently. But the vast majority of everyday police intercations are not those. #training #law #constituion #oldtimers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1W2Sq35xpoA
40 views · May 28th