To know what this Wild Willpower event is about, first we must discuss the First Council of Nicaea because The Remedial Council is a sequel to that globally-impactful event:
What was the First Council of Nicaea?
The First Council of Nicaea consisted of Roman Catholic bishops who met in the city of Nicaea in 325 AD by the order of Roman Emperor Constantine I. This council was given the task of separating divinely inspired writings from those of questionable origin. Scriptures which were deemed the official Word of God were voted into the version of the Holy Bible churches use today. Questionable scriptures were archived. Thus, the modern day Bible as we know it was developed by the early Roman Catholic Empire at the Council of Nicaea.
The Remedial Council; A Modern Day Equivalent:
The purpose of The Remedial Council (as in, “to remedy”) is to bring together the heads of churches of various denominations who firmly believe in and strive for civil rights and the embetterment of humankind.
The heads of these churches will meet together (via Zoom) with the understanding that there are approximately 15 or so “problem verses” within the Bible currently used to justify political persecution of LGBT+ people (e.g. the legend of Sodom and Gomorrah) and persons of color (e.g. the fable of Ham and Shem). Old and New Testament verses used to justify slavery or ill-treatment toward people of any demographic will be voted out of the Living Word, and into historical context (within a respectable Prologue). This new version of the Bible will then be used within each of these churches instead of the current versions they are using.
Just as the First Council of Nicaea voted which verses would be in the version of the Bible we have today, the Remedial Council will decide to move to extract problem verses out of the Living Word and instead into a Prologue which describes the Council of Nicaea and Remedial Council, and why these verses were voted “into historical context” instead of being taught as “Living Word”.
The purpose of this council is to recognize that these verses are being used by some churches to cause harm, that these verses misrepresent The Creator because they are not in the Spirit of Love, and that several demographics – such as LGBT+ people – do not have major political representation within the Abrahamic world religions. This is a sort of “second Reformation” which is inclusive to the Catholic and Easter Orthodox Churches. It is our hope that this event will bring a needed consciousness to all Abrahamic Religions, and that the murders and persecution around the world might begin to cease. We must recognize that politicians are currently using the Holy Bible as a political tool of persecution, and we must take this excuse away from them. These verses misrepresent The Creator.
Any Clergy or Head of Church (whatever the title) may contact [email protected] to sign up to attend The Remedial Council. Please write “REMEDIAL COUNCIL” in the headline.
The song “Stand Before the World” will set the theme for The Remedial Council, along with the slogan, “The Reformation is not over!” A better version of this (brand new) song will be uploaded soon, but here is a decent version:
After the Council is over:
Clergy of any and all Christian churches will sign a historic petition which will be presented to services around the world. An event will be then held wherein Heads of Churches will stand before the world and apologize to various demographics which may have been harmed by any of the problem verses which were removed. A new era shall then begin.
“The One Commandment”:
“For the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”
– Galatians 5:14
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