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Weird Cults in Serbia? No.

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  1. #1

    In Holland making your own denomination is a daily thing.

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    95% agree. Liked.

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    Is that a drawing of Jesus wearing a suit?

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    I might be late, but aren't Miroljub Petrovic and his fanbois considered as cult, because I think they are.

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    Jesus just looks so wrong on so many levels in a business suit! 🙂

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    Buddhism isn't a religion. It is a way of thinking and being that you carry beside your own religion. I could be an Orthodox Christian and Buddhist because Buddhism isn't a religion it's simply a way of thinking and doesn't take away God.

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    Buddhism is not a religion it is a way of living that you can practice beside your religion but Hinduism is a religion.

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    What about Roman to Orthodoxy or vice versa?

  10. #10

    Well hello there i didnt see you serbia. 😀 lol.

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    As a Serb, I'd like to boil it down to: If people recognise the name of your curch/non-christian religion – you're a cult.
    Also, no beard(mustache included), no legitimacy.

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    Also i constantly hear people say that some cult memebrs come and knock on their door but i never asked which cult cause i was afraid that that would make me seem weird so do you maybe know which cult those people were talking about?

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    3:00 i always wondered why he, a croat carholic, converted to judaism and moved to serbia…
    Also how can a non jew even be accepted and then even become a rabbi?

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    Haven't heard anyone in serbia call Buddhism a cult tho any non catholic or orthodox christian denomination in serbia is usually considered a cult (with slovaks being the exception for most people)

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    Is the amulet a tomagotchi pet?

  16. #16

    Every comment response video starts with "This one is from____, I am so sorry if I messed up your name," lol.

  17. #17

    As lich i can say i haven't seen my phylactery in centuries, i think i left it in some chest deep in a killzone… Oh dear god… Those adventurers!

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    Also as an Orthodox Jew I wear Phylacteries Teffilin in hebrew 6 days a week except shabbat the Friday to Saturday Sabbath. Their are no strange rules with the phylacteries lke theis satanic light amulets u mentioned. In fact they are from the bible, The obligation of tefillin, as expounded by the Oral Law, is mentioned four times in the Torah: twice when recalling The Exodus from Egypt:

    And it shall be for a sign for you upon your hand, and for a memorial between your eyes, that the law of the LORD may be in your mouth; for with a strong hand did the LORD bring you out of Egypt.

    — Exodus 13:9

    And it shall be for a sign upon your hand, and as totafot between your eyes; for with a mighty hand did the LORD bring us forth out of Egypt.

    — Exodus 13:16

    and twice in the shema passages:

    And you shall bind them as a sign upon your arm, and they shall be as totafot between your eyes.

    — Deuteronomy 6:8

    You shall put these words of mine on your heart and on your soul; and you shall tie them for a sign upon your arm, and they shall be as totafot between your eyes.

    — Deuteronomy 11:18
    Ergo Orthodox Jews wear black Leather boxes filled with parchments The four biblical passages which refer to the tefillin, mentioned above, are written on scrolls and placed inside the leather boxes] The arm-tefillin has one large compartment, which contains all four biblical passages written upon a single strip of parchment; the head-tefillin has four separate compartments in each of which one scroll of parchment is placed.[2][30] This is because the verses describe the hand-tefillin in the singular ("sign"), while in three of four verses, the head-tefillin is described in the plural ("totafot").

    The passages are written by a scribe with special ink on parchment scrolls (klaf).[2] These are: "Sanctify to me …" (Exodus 13:1–10); "When YHWH brings you …" (Exodus 13:11–16); "Hear, O Israel …" (Deuteronomy 6:4–9); and "If you observe My Commandments …" (Deuteronomy 11:13-21)

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    Wow, that is strange that a rabbi was he an Orthodox Rabbi who became a priest FYI if he wasn't then well not a rabbi fyi… I heard about the chief Rabbi Of Belgrade Story of conversion from Orthodox Christianity to Orthodox Judaism its actually quite famous so its quite interesting that you mentioned it.

  20. #20

    What is the name of the monastery in Kosovo that you were advertising before?

  21. #21

    I'm glad that we Lutherans get a pass…You're right about the Baptists and Evangelicals and Pentecostals…

  22. #22

    Story of my life, all Romanian names that end in "a" are female :D, except Mircea :D. Anyway, in romania, the christian tree of faiths is extremely bushy, but since 2010 – i think – other saplings started appearing: mormons, hindu(converted orthodox), to name just 2. We had here a cult leader – Bivolaru – he just disappeared, and now we can see a resurgence of tiny itsy bitsy cults appearing in big cities – one of them is surprisingly – hipster oriented, in which just random people on the street look the same way, beards, old clothes, tatoos, all vegans/vegetarians – no centralized pope to Sheppard the flock – but they are everywhere. Do these people also appear in Serbia? is this a global phenomenon?

  23. #23

    Pls do a video on freemasons and freemasonry

  24. #24

    Bring back Yugoslavia, or something similar

  25. #25

    My view

    High Church Anglicans=free pass
    High Church Lutherans=free pass
    Baptist church =Heresy
    Any church after the Second Great Awakening=Heresy

  26. #26

    The Mahikari cult sounds a little like Christian Science.

  27. #27

    Actually, hearing about the Freemasons in relation to Orthodoxy would interest me greatly. The Catholic Church excommunicates anyone who participates in their rituals. It seems to have some really toxic history with the Church; I wonder if that's also happened in the East.

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    Most of my knowledge of heresies originates from Crusader Kings II, I have a morbid fascination with them. Lord knows how many must be lost to history from medieval times, clerics wrote some strange rituals from past then (see for example Vox in Rama, a Papal letter).

  29. #29

    How do you all label foreigners belonging to the state church of another country? Anglicans or Swedish Lutherans for example.

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    Is it a legacy from Bosniaks forming their strange pseudo -Gnostic church prior to their mass conversion to Islam?

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    Speaking of Slovaks,
    The labeling of religions here in Slovakia is almost the same. From all the officially recognised religions and churches in Slovakia only the most numerous Christian churches and Judaism are known and recognised by the population. The others are viewed as sects or cults. The other millions of denominations either "don't exist" for us or they're labeled as sects and cults. The interesting thing is Islam. It isn't a state-recognised religion, but it's viewed as a religion because of its size and impact. Islam is a thing that polarises the nation. The majority of the people has a negative view of Islam for many (obvious) reasons.

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    How meny jesuses are there xd

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