Episode 6 Beatrice says “Your worries are all due to love. In short, that’s the world’s single element. It’s everything in this world. When you are missing that, it means your world is missing something. “
Since God is love 1 John 4:16, I do agree that love created this world Genesis 1:1, since God created this world through His love John 3:16.
Episode 6 Beatrice continues saying “When Adam and Eve put the fruit of knowledge to their lips, they learned of love. Because of this, people were chased out of paradise and gained what’s needed to be a person. You have come to know love and have become a person. Yes, you now have become a human.:
This is false, I rebuke this, because when God created us, He created us with love. And God is always love, so when God created Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, they already knew about love before the ate of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Genesis 2:16-17 They were already human, aka man, when they were created.
Genesis 1:27-28 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. 28 And God blessed them…
Here we see that God blessed Adam and Eve, the male and the female. Therefore, since God is love, Adam and Eve were already blessed by love.
Genesis 1:31 And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good
So everything that God made was already very good, this includes Adam and Eve. So, by following this train of thought, we can see that Adam and Eve already had knowledge of this good. By eating from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, the curse of disobeying God was sin, which is, gaining the knowledge of evil because they become evil. Adam and Eve already knew about the consequences of disobeying God, so they had that knowledge of “evil”. The “knowledge of good and evil” they obtained is by becoming sinners, because now they have knowledge of both the good and the evil together. Created good by God and then sinned by evil.
Therefore, here I rebuke the fictional anime character Beatrice. Because Adam and Eve already had knowledge of love and good (because God who is love and good blessed them and called them good) before they ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil
Then there’s the scene of characters cosplaying as the fictional aka characters of Marisa Kirisame, Aya Shameimaru, Sakuya Izayoi and Reimu Hakurei from the fictional aka fake Touhou Project. I am a fan of the Touhou Project video game series, though it is not real at all, it’s how I came to learn about this anime series Umineko. You’re probably familiar with my articles I’ve done on Touhou in terms of the real aka true series of Christianity, so that’s why I also make these articles for Umineko as it relates to the nonfiction aka factual series of Christianity
Jessica says “And when a traveling Buddhist priest built that shrine and reposed those souls.” I rebuke Buddhism, it is a false religion. We are only saved by faith alone in Jesus Christ, that is the only way our souls can gain true peace, reincarnation is false, resurrection by belief in Jesus Christ is true.
Episode 8 Umineko. Purgatory is false as it shows works salvation. We are not saved because we suffer, but rather, because we have faith alone in Christ. Surely, suffering leads to salvation by faith alone in Jesus Christ, but it’s not the suffering that we experience that saves us, but rather faith alone in the suffering the Jesus experienced on the cross, His death, which pays for the wages of our sins.
Episode 8 Umineko. Maria says “Those weren’t scribbles. That was the Seventh Pentacle of the Sun. … It symbolizes escaping from restraints. The part written around the circumference says: Thou has broken my bonds in sunder. I will offer unto thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving, and will call upon the Name of the Lord.”
Personally, looking at all these translation versions, I think the term “Lord” here should be capitalized as “LORD” since the original Hebrew word is יְהוָ֣ה (Yah·weh) Strong's 3068: LORD -- the proper name of the God of Israel, not merely the title of “Lord” like the Hebrew word Adonai.
Searching this Umineko phrase up online reveals that this is a quote from Psalm 116:16-17 of the Old Testament of the Bible.
A close verse is with this version:
Douay-Rheims Bible Psalms 116:16 O Lord, for I am thy servant: I am thy servant, and the son of thy handmaid. Thou hast broken my bonds:
Douay-Rheims Bible Psalms 116:17 I will sacrifice to thee the sacrifice of praise, and I will call upon the name of the LORD.
But it’s not exact. There’s the “Confessions of Saint Augustine” which mentions “Thou hast broken my bonds in sunder, I will offer unto Thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving.”
So, the quote looks to be a fusion of these two versions.
Saint Augustine Version in first half + Douay-Rheims Bible in second half. Thou has broken my bonds in sunder. I will offer unto thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving +, and I will call upon the name of the LORD.
Thou has broken my bonds in sunder. I will offer unto thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving, and will call upon the Name of the Lord.
Thou has broken my bonds in sunder. I will offer unto thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving, and I will call upon the name of the LORD.
The only two Psalms 116:16-17 differences are…
1) Umineko version removes the “I” before “will call”
2) Umineko version capitalizes the “n” in the word “Name”
3) Umineko version only capitalizes the letter “L” in the word “Lord” rather than fully capitalizing all letters as “LORD”
Here’s some ways to account for these Psalms 116:17 differences
1) The Amplified Bible which does not have the I “And will call on the name of the LORD.”
2) The Geneva Bible of 1587 which uses a capital “n” in the word “Name” “I will offer to thee a sacrifice of prayse, and will call vpon the Name of the Lord.”
3) The Brenton Septuagint Translation which uses a capital “L” and lowercase letters instead of the full capitalized “LORD” “I will offer to thee the sacrifice of praise, and will call upon the name of the Lord.”
Umineko Psalms 116:16-17 = Douay-Rheims Bible + Saint Augustine Version + Amplified Bible + Geneva Bible of 1587 + Brenton Septuagint Translation.
My rebuke for the Seventh Pentacle of the Sun is the same as the other Pentacle rebukes I made as these pentacles are non-canon, where we have to have faith alone in Christ rather than believing in false human traditions like that of Jewish mysticism.