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The priests of Cotytto, the goddess of promiscuous sex (including gay / bi sex), were called Bapt, the same base form of Baptism (Bapt), and religiouslypracticed the same kind of watering ritual.
Instead of using something different, Jesus ordered Baptism for a reason. Also, John the Baptist was the principal prerequisite to Jesus. Could have Jesus or John the Baptist not known about Cotytto? Coty(t)to / Cotys Bapt / Baptai / Bapto / Bapti / Baptes writings range from 500 B.C. to 100 A.D. Cotytto was a Greek religious deity. Pagan deities and their characteristics were the language and definitions of the era. The entire New Testament was originally written in Greek. Paul prophesied mostly to the Greek world. Jesus Old Testament quotes are mostly from the Greek Old Testament (the Septuagint), not the Hebrew Old Testament. Regardless, God knew about Cotytto (and her priests baptizing / watering rituals / logo), and Jesus is the Son of God so, Jesus knew.
(See here for details about the changed definition of the word fornication / sexual immorality, and many more subjects with evidence. All this proves that the many centuries of changing Jesus into an anti-sex / pro-marriage ideal was a very large deception, only for the then advantage of secular financial gain.)

(My comments are in blue text): Evidence for this subject:

Dictionary of Pagan Religions, Wedeck / Baskin, 1971, pp. 48-49, BAPTAE:

P. 84, COTYS:

Merriam-Websters Encyclopedia of World Religions, 1999, p. 265, Cotys:

The New Book of Goddesses & Heroines, Patricia Monaghan, 1997, p. 91, Cotys:

Similar online:, Goddesses, Thracian:

Cotys: The goddess of sexuality. She was celebrated with secret feasts held by her servants, the baptai "baptized ones", who released the forces of life through erotic celebration. Although well known for sex orgies, Dionysus / Bacchus was the god of wine; Orpheus was the musician (both attributable in early Christian art, as shown via my home page), but the actual deity of promiscuous sex was Cotytto / Cotys. Her characteristics of promiscuous and gay sex were more than any other diety: the very definition of it. In addition to my findings of the definite corruptions in the Bible words fornication and agape (love), Christ used this obvious Baptism correlation as a supporting message to displace todays popular Church corruption against free sex. This is timeless information.
Cassells Latin Dictionary, Simpson, 1968, p. 73 (Latin-English), Baptae: P. 156, Ctytt:

Of course I dont recommend having promiscusous sex until there are cures and preventives for all STDs including HIV/AIDS. But, very likely, these facts will expedite that process, as few today want to spend their money to go against God. (Freemasonry Watch), Masonic Child Baptism:

The Reverend Mr. Reeves says (Notes on Justin Martyr): "Thus were men initiated into the mysteries of Eleusis, and he who initiated them was called "Hydranus, the Waterer'" Tertullian says that thus men were initiated into the mysteries of Isis and Mithra; and Apuleius describes purification by water as part of the ceremonial of the Isiac initiation. Those initiated into the mysteries of the Goddess Cotytto were called Baptes, from the ceremony of Baptism, which was part of the initiation; and Eupoles, rival of Aristophanes, wrote a comedy called The Baptes, ridiculing them. That was in the time of Socrates. (Same text in book form is at:
doption+By+Albert+Pike&sig=jv5N0BVaQK9gNmBP9hyGELDray4#PPA6,M1, Masonic Baptism: Reception of a Louveteau and Adoption Google Books Result, by Albert Pike, 1993, p. 6, Introductory) The New International Encyclopaedia, 1926, Vol. V, p. 166, COTYS, or COTYTTO | COTYTTIA:

Matthew 28:18-20 (the very end of the book):


And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. 19Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age. Amen.

New American Standard Bible, Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1977, Concordance p. 6, Baptism | Baptize: (The Free Dictionary), Kotys: Kotys (Cotys, Cottyto, Cottytus) was a Thracian goddess, worshipped with much revelry by Thracian tribes such as the Edonians. A cult of Cottyto existed in classical Athens. According to Greek sources her priests were called baptes or "washers" because their pre-worship purification rites involved bathing. Her worship included midnight orgies., Edoni: The Edoni were celebrated for their orgiastic worship of Bacchus (Dionysus). In the Latin poets, the term Edonis signified a female Bacchanal. Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Brewer, 1902, Vol. II, p. 265, Cotytto:

Encyclopaedia Americana, Vol. III, 1830, p. 576, Cotys, or Cotytto:

(profligate means dissolute, an immoral or licentious person.), The Stone of Cybele, Swinburnes verses (AEsch. Fr. 54):

But the fierce flute whose notes acclaim Dim goddesses of fiery fame, Cymbal and clamorous kettledrum, Timbrels and tabrets, all are dumb That turned the high chill air to flame; The singing tongues of fire are numb That called on Cotys by her name Edonian, till they felt her come And maddened, and her mystic face Lightened along the streams of Thrace. (, Cottytus: In Greek mythology, Cottytus or Cotys was a goddess, originally worshipped Thrace and later worshipped heavily in Athens. She was the goddess of immodesty, hedonism(devoted to sensual pleasure) anddebauchery. Her priests were called baptes from the Greek verb meaning "to wash". The baptes practiced 'obscene' ceremonies at night; they included orgies so hedonistic(devoted to sensual pleasure) even Cottytus herself was said to be disgusted., Baptes: The Baptes were priests of the Greek goddess Cottytus. The word comes from the Greek verb meaning "to wash". The Baptes practised obscene ceremonies at night; they included orgies so hedonistic(devoted to sensual pleasure) that even Cottytus herself was disgusted. Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Brewer, 1901, Vol. I, p. 96, Baptes:

Online:, Brewers Readers Guide, Baptes:
Baptes, priests of the goddess Cotytto, whose midnight orgies were so obscene as to disgust even the very goddess of obscenity. (Greek, bapto, to baptize, because these priests bathed themselves in the most effeminate manner.) Juvenal: Satires, ii. 91.

Similar:, E. Cobham Brewer 18101897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898, Baptes (2 syl.):

Priests of the goddess Cotytto, whose midnight orgies were so obscene that they disgusted even Cotytto, the goddess of obscenity They received their name from the Greek verb bapto, to wash, because they bathed themselves in the most effeminate manner. (Juvenal, ii. 91.), Mythological Names, Baptes (Dutch):


BAPTES Greek Mythology (plural)

BAPTES Griekse Mythologie (mv)

Afgeleid van het Griekse werkwoordbapto met de betekenis wassen. De Baptes waren de priesters vanCottyto, die werd vereerd in Athene.Ze werden Baptes genoemd vanwege de zogenaamde ceremonien van purificatie verbonden met losbandigerites. Hun middernachtelijke orgienwaren z obscene, dat zelfs de godin zelf er van walgde. Naar boven

BAPTES Greek Mythology (plural)

Derived from the Greek verb baptomeaning to wash. The Baptes were the priests ofCottyto, who was worshipped inAthens. They were called Baptes because of the socalled ceremonies of purification connected withlicentious rites. Their midnight orgieswere so obscene that they disgusted even the goddess herself. To top of page, Mythological Names, Kottyto: Kottyto

COTTYTO (>Kottyto) KOTTYTO COTYS m KOTYS m m Greek Mythology m Greek Mythology Greek Mythology (Kotys) Greek Mythology (Kottyto)

KOTTYTO m Griekse Mythologie

Geen betekenis van deze naam gevonden. Cottyto was de Thracische godin vanonzedigheid en uitspatting. Ze werd vereerd in Athene met losbandigerites. Haar priesters werden Baptesgenoemd.

KOTTYTO m Greek Mythology

No meaning of this name found, but it will probably mean Cottyto was the Thracian goddess ofimmodesty and debauchery. She was worshipped at Athens with licentiousrites. Her priests were called Baptes.

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To top of page, Encyclopedia Mythica, Cottyto:

The Thracian goddess of immodesty and debauchery, worshipped at Athens with licentious rites. Her priests were called Baptes, from the Greek verb bapto, to wash, because of the so-called ceremonies of purification connected with her rites.However, their midnight orgies were so obscene that they disgusted even the goddess herself.

Similar:, Cottyto:

Cottyto (Cotys)The Thracian goddess of immodesty and debauchery, worshipped at Athens with licentious rites. Her priests were called Baptes, from the Greek verb bapto, to wash, because of the ceremonies of purification connected with her rites. It is possible that the names of the Cotys kings in Thrace and Paphlagonia and the Cattini and Attacoti of North Britain are derived from her name.
Dictionary of Mythology Folklore and Symbols, Jobes, 1961, Vol. 1, p. 179, Baptes:

P. 180:

Sounds good to me.

Bapto (Greek: ) the etymology of Baptism:

The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1907, Vol. 2, p. 259, Baptism:

Definitions of the Greek Bapto, Baptizo, Baptisma and Baptismos, Hascall, 1818, p. 3:

A Greek and English Lexicon, Wright, 1861, Part III? | (p. 72):

Langenscheidts Pocket Greek Dictionary: Classical Greek-English, Feyerabend, no date, p. 75, :

Vines Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words, W. E. Vine (1873-1949), Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1996, p. 50 (New Testament Words), BAPTISM, BAPTIST, BAPTIZE:

P. 667, WASHING:, Esperanto to English:

baptanto: baptizer baptejo: baptistery bapti: baptize; christen baptisto: baptist bapto: baptism; christening baptonomo: Christian name baptopatro: godfather baptovesto: christening robe; chrisom baptujo: font; baptismal font
Baptism Preparation, at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Kansas City, MO) (Catholic), (brochure received 8-22-04):

The Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1892, Vol. 3, p. 348:

Yes, I can understand why.

Continuing Evidence:, Paganism Surviving in Christianity, by Abram Herbert Lewis, D.D. 1892, Chapter V: Greek Water-Worship:

BARING GOULD gives another picture of baptism and lustration among the Greeks "Among the Greeks, the mysteries of Cotys commenced with a purification, a sort of baptism, and the priests of the Thracian Goddess derived from this their title of baptai. (4-6-02), A Pagan Interpritation of the Symbolism in the mythology of Jesus Christ:

Two incidents in the life of Jesus at his return to the public eye carry great amounts of Pagan influence. The first is his baptism. Purification by water was very common it was done by the Greeks in the Elysian Mysteries and by theThracian priestesses whose name were the Baptes. The idea of baptism centres around the idea of water as the blood of the mother and the womb of life (cauldron-grail).
The Womans Dictionary of Symbols and Sacred Objects, Barbara G. Walker, 1988, p. 170, Baptism:

You see, God isnt going to say Cotytto in the Bible, so it can evade Middle Age church corruption; to make it available for me to use today. Otherwise, all legends of this deity and her priests would have been destroyed or corrupted. Since God could have easily picked any other, or made up another kind of sacrament for us to follow (from wiggling our toes in the air, to dancing cats), theres only one logical reason for Him choosing Baptism, and thats to support my commentary today about unconditional sex.
Dictionary of Roman Religion, Adkins, 1996, p. 53, Cotys:

Handbook to Life in Ancient Rome, Adkins, 1994, p. 259, COTYS:, Milton: Comus Notes:

Cotytto. Cotys, a Thracian fertility goddess worshipped in orgiastic rites.

Fact, Fancy, and Fable: A New Handbook for Ready Reference on Subjects Commonly Omitted From Cyclopaedias, Reddall, 1889, p. 148, Cotylto:

( Jarrolds Dictionary of Difficult Words, Hill, 1944, p. 192, licentious: ) ( Longmans English Larousse, 1968, p. 373, erotic:

) Websters Universal Dictionary of the English Language (unabridged), 1909, (supplement:) A Dictionary of Noted Names in Standard Fiction, Mythology, Legend, Etc. , p. 59, Cotytto:

Funk & Wagnalls Standard Dictionary of Folklore, Mythology and Legend , 1972, p. 254, Cotys or Cotytto:

Bents Readers Encyclopedia, 1996, p. 231, Cotytto: (subscription required), Dictionary, cotys:

Co|tys KOH tihs, noun. Greek Mythology. a Thracian goddess whose festival, the Cotyttia, was celebrated with licentious revelry.
The World Book Dictionary, 1969, p. 481:

You know, (k'tis) sure sounds like coitus, which means sexual intercourse.
The New College Latin & English Dictionary, Traupman, 1966, p. 66 (Latin-English), Cotytta | Cotytto:

The Names in Roman Verse, Swanson, 1967, p. 52: The Names in Roman Verse, Swanson, 1967, p. 91:

JUV stands for Juvenal. HOR stands for Horace. AV stands for Appendix Vergiliana. Cat. stands for Catullus., GREEK GODDESSES, Cotys:

Coyts the goddess of sexuality was revered in Thrace. There here servants, the baptai ("baptized ones"), celebrated secret festivals in her honor., Minor Greek Goddesses: A-E:

Cotys A Goddess of Sexuality and Fertility. Cotytto A Thracian Goddess of Immodesty and Debauchery. (That are the only instances of Sexuality, Immodesty and Debauchery at the entire site, and completely through Z.), Minor Gods and Demi Gods A-D:

Cotys Goddess of sexuality.


Cotytto The Thracian goddess of immodesty and debauchery.


(, immodesty:

: not

modest ; specifically : not conforming to the sexual mores of a particular time or place )
(, debauchery:

1 a : extreme

indulgence in sensuality(sexiness) b plural : ORGIES ), Greek Gods and Goddesses:

Goddesses in World Mythology: A Biographical Dictionary, Martha Ann & Dorothy Meyers Imel, 1993, Greek and Roman Empires, p. 164:

Goddesses in World Mythology: A Biographical Dictionary, Martha Ann & Dorothy Meyers Imel, 1993, Near East, p. 326:

Whos Who in Greek and Roman Mythology, Kravitz, 1976, p. 67, COTYS (Cotytto): (University of Maryland), Cotytto:

Thracian goddess of immodesty and debauchery., Blue Dragon's Castle - A Pagan Information Site: Greek Deities - C: Cottyto The Thracian goddess of immodesty and debauchery, Greek Mythology:

Cottyto: Thracian Goddess of immodesty and debauchery (4-11-02), C-F:

Cottyto- goddess of immodesty and debauchery

Short Dictionary of Mythology; Woodcock; Philosophical Library, New York; 1953; p. 40, Cotytto:

Licentious, debauchery, immodesty, etc. all sound like euphemisms from earlier English and European writings. To update, I use promiscuous., The Gods of Greek Mythology, Greek Mythology : COTYTTO: COTYTTO: Thracian Goddess of Blatent Immodesty and Nocturnal Sports. Nothing like a bit of tyttollation. But her debauched priests carried out their sleazy rituals so enthusiastically that COTYTTO herself was disgusted. Alternative names : COTYS

Sounds like an extreme kind of sexual disorder (outside of marriage); where it makes sense that Jesus / God would use this as the best occurrence for me to use today to uncover the truth.

And, it also sounds pretty gay:, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 97.8.9: William D. Furley, Andocides and the Herms: a Study of Crisis in Fifth-Century Athenian Religion:

The second is a useful and informative appendix on six Comic passages relating to the impieties of 415 (B.C), the most important of which is Eupolis' Baptai, which mentions effeminate dancing of men, dunking in water, Kotyto and Alcibiades: "the play clearly satirized Alkibiades for staging mock mysteries" and so F. wants to date it to 415 (B.C), showing that "the profanations must have been known (to some) well before the Dionysia of 415 (B.C)" and perhaps "triggered off the actual denunciation of Alcibiades". +Proper+Names%22#PPA235,M1, Lemprire's Classical Dictionary of Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient Authors Google Books Result, 1949, p. 235, Euplis:

The Encyclopedia of Religion, Eliade, Vol. 14, 1987, pp. 495-496, Thracian Religion:

Euripides Bacchae, E. R. Dodds, Oxford University Press, 1944, p. 93, Commentary:, Other Goddesses and their Male-born Priestessses:

Kotys and Sabazius: This Thracian Goddess and her consort parallel Cybele and Attis in numerous ways, particularly in association with music, healing, and variant gender expression. Followers were called baptai owing to their rites of ritual baptism before communion. They would chant in unison, "I have fled the evil, I have found a better way." The term "baptai" among the Romans, came to designate effeminacy and licentiousness for those of homophobic (fear of or contempt for or discrimination against lesbians and gay men) mindset.

"I have fled the evil, I have found a better way." --Baptai chant to the Thracian goddess Kotys, CHAPTER IV: THE SPIRIT OF LOVE IN GOD AND MAN, IX:

There were divinities, like the Phrygian Cotytto, that were homosexually worshipped in some places p. 88 by men and in others by women.

To continue:
The New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology, Brown, Zondervan Publishing, 1975, vol. 1, p. 150, Baptism | : (University of Maryland), Gender and Comus:

However distressing the silence of the Lady may be for seekers of early modern gender equality, the character of Sabrina may provide an alternative to patriarchy. Unlike her fellow supernatural women, such as Circe, Hecate, andCottito, to mention only a few of those referred to directly in the masque, Sabrina is both powerful and friendly. While Comus, son of Circe, prays to the witchy Hecate and the sexuallycharged Cottito for his rites,, Satire, di. Salvator Rosa: Satira Terza: La Pittura (Satires, by Salvator Rose: Third Satire: The Painting):

717 son de le gallerie pregiati arredi, 718 le pompe di Cotitto e le Florali 719 degl'Itifalli i riti e dei Luperci 720 e le feste Vinarie e i Baccanali. Translated from Italian: 717 sound from valuable galleries furnishings, 718 the pomp(magnificence) of Cotitto and the Floral impression 719 of the Itifalli(obscene/erection songs) the rituals and of the god Lupercus 720 and the Wine parties and the Bacchanal., Lupercus:

Another name for Pan(a follower of Dionysus)., Il travestitismo rituale di Penteo (The rituale travestitismo of Penteo): In altri casi ancora labbigliamento femminile si presenta in rituali orgiasticomisterici paragonabili a quelli dionisiaci: si tratta dei sacerdoti di Kotytto, i Baptai.

Translated from Italian:

In other cases still the feminine apparel is presented in ritual orgiasticmysteries comparable to those dionysiac: it drawn of the priests of Kotytto, the Baptai. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Smith, 1967, Vol. 1, p. 369, COTYS or COTYTTO:

(Can also be seen at

Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, Hastings, Vol. 6, Latest impression 1981, pp. 418-419, Greek Religion:, Thiasos Olympikos:

(I believe thats Orpheus with the lyre.) =frontcover&source=bl&ots=IjOu68quMg&sig=Cc8Xk24TUYjKzK8jCTqoqXGXpX0&hl=en&sa=X&oi=book _result&resnum=4&ct=result#PPA133,M1, The Works of Horace Google Books Result, by C. Smart, 1894, EPODES OF HORACE | ODE XVII. DIALOGUE BETWEEN HORACE AND CANIDIA p. 133:

Its the clergies who has made sexuality outside of marriage impur[e], vile and infamous, not reality, as theres no victim in free love between consenting adults (using protection). But, these are good status-quo words to use to substantiate the sexuality., Full text of The complete works of Horace (QUINTUS HORATIUS FLACCUS, 65-8 BC), Introduction by Dr. John Marshall, XVII HORACE AND CANIDIA | 128 Horace: Less deaf to sailors' cries are rocks on a lee shore, When on them a wintry sea with waves high-towering smites. You laugh and go scot-free? You, who Cotytto's rites Blabbed, and the lecherous joys of our Free Love defamed ?

And, these status-quo words go back a long way (defamed)., Full Text of Horace : odes, epodes, and Carmen saeculare , Ode XVII. | 112 HORACE. (same 65-8 BC): What ! unavenged shalt thou to light of day Lay bare Cotytto's mysteries, and deride The rites, unbridled love and passion guide ? Shalt thou, as if arrayed in pontiff's gown, Scathless o'er Esquilinian orgies frown.

Dictionary of Mythology Folklore and Symbols, Jobes, 1962, Vol. 3 (topical) Index, pp. 255257, ORGIES | OBSCENITY (DEBAUCHERY, ORGIES):

In Christianity:
The New American Desk Encyclopedia, 1997, p. 128, BAPTISM:

(To correct, thats Matthew 28:19.)

History of Art, Janson, 1997, p. 246, The Life of Jesus (chronological events):

Apparently, John the Baptist was a priest of Cotytto. At least thats what the word referred to before Jesus.
The Youth Bible, Word Publishing, 1991, Dictionary p. 1353, Baptist, John the:

Gospel of Thomas, 46:

Jesus said, "From Adam to John the Baptist, among those born of women, no one is so much greater than John the Baptist that his eyes should not be averted .

Later exclusions (definition parts removed in subsequent book editions):


= older;


= newer.)

The Random House Dictionary of the English Language: The Unabridged Edition , 1967, p. 331, Cotys:

The newer version below excludes Cotys:

The Random House Dictionary of the English Language: Second Edition Unabridged, 1987, p. 459, :

Cotys is excluded.
Websters New International Dictionary of the English Language , 2nd Edition, Unabridged, Merriam-Webster, Vol. 1, 1940, p. 604, Cotys:

The newer version below excludes Cotys:

Websters Third New International Dictionary of the English Language, Unabridged, MerriamWebster, 1969, p. 517, :

Cotys is excluded. (Thats Merriam-Webster there, saying that Jesus Christ supported sex orgies. Well not verbatim theyre saying it when you read it between the lines.)
Brewers Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, 1981, p. 79, Baptes:

The newer version below excludes Baptes:

Brewers Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, 1999, p. 92, :

Baptes is expelled. Also, Cotytto:

Brewers Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, 1981, p. 278, Cotytto:

Brewers Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, 1999, p. 283, Cotytto:

See BAPTES is missing. The Jesus-Cotytto connection is two-fold: (1) The base form word Bapt was only used by Cotyttos priests out of all Greek and Roman religions. Therefore, the connection is firm even if her priests didnt

ritualize the watering part. When researching the meaning of a word, the historic and current use of the same base word, has everything to do with its meaning; especially when its used for the same purpose (religion). (2) The ritual watering part connects it to Cotytto and a few other supportive orgy (mystery) religions as well. Out of the thousands of deities, only a handful ritualized sex orgies. And, Cotytto was the only one named for it. Now, people like James Dobson will say that Jesus used the baptism ritual to indicate the opposite of what He really wanted. But, the problem with that theory is that its not of traditional church teaching. In truth, its been covered-up more than anything else. Plus, its not of intelligent theory. Its like saying churches that display crosses do it to show the opposite of what religion they represent. Maybe theyre really Muslims. Or, like McDonalds displaying their arches to tell people that theyre not really McDonalds, theyre Burger King, or a shoe store. Its like the Pope today wearing the Playboy bunny logo, so to somehow express his opposition to pornography, saying This symbol we shall follow but not say anything further. People arent going to think he meant to follow the opposite. (Or, many would spin it saying the Pope is just supporting rabbits, and/or male children at the playground.) But, the pathetic thing is, people will just believe whatever James Dobson says. I cant even find a listing for Cotytto in any Bible dictionary to indicate how the following of Baptism shows the opposite of its previous (and, then current) religious meaning. If youre Jesus, and you assign Baptism to mean the opposite of what you really want, then you need to say its the opposite of what you really want. Otherwise, the intelligent and honestassumption will remain. Its like if Jesus just drank a glass of wine, it wouldnt mean much; but, if Jesus made wine into a Christian symbol or ritual, e.g., then itd be supporting the parallel deity of wine: Dionysus. Coversely, sometimes it doesnt make any sense why Jesus like cursed the fig tree, until you find that the fig festival of Nonae Caprotinae honored Juno, the goddess of marriage. Exposure of the Antichrist: According to Christ, what most clerics will now do is actually forsake Christ to satisfy their own anti-sex agenda, and/or to simply save face. Oh theyll still use the name Christ for income purposes, but they wont preach the correct truth. I tell you, those lies, including not correcting errors, will not only prevent you from entering the Kingdom of Heaven, but will entail much further Fair Afterlife Punnishment (Matt. 5:25-26; 7:13-27; 25:32-46), regardless of your cop-out beliefs (James 2:20). In the meantime, just keep on Baptising people, ya hear? If Cotytto was the goddess of marriage or sex only in marriage, mainstream church leaders would disseminate it 100%. Instead they continue to condemn the innocent.

As Paul Harvey would say: Now you know the rest of the story. And, nows the time to question your religious leaders on this subject.