#JesusStyle – Talking Working Girls Out Of Their Own Demons. PH 2014 Social Media Upgrades


#ByTheBook = Mark 16:9 New International Version

“When Jesus rose early on the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary Magdalene, out of whom he had driven seven demons.”

The Church’s Stance On Prostitution

The Church’s stance on prostitution was three-fold: “acceptance of prostitution as an inevitable social fact, condemnation of those profiting from this commerce, and encouragement for the prostitute to repent.” The Church was forced to recognize its inability to remove prostitution from the worldly society, and in the fourteenth century “began to tolerate prostitution as a lesser evil.” However, prostitutes were to be excluded from the Church as long as they practiced. Around the twelfth century, the idea of prostitute saints took hold, with Mary Magdalene being one of the most popular saints of the era. The Church used Mary Magdalene’s biblical history of being a reformed harlot to encourage prostitutes to repent and mend their ways. Simultaneously, religious houses were established with the purpose of providing asylum and encouraging the reformation of prostitution. ‘Magdalene Homes’ were particularly popular and peaked especially in the early fourteenth century. Over the course of the Middle Ages, popes and religious communities made various attempts to remove prostitution or reform prostitutes, with varying success.

Source (Read More): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution

Moral Of The Story

The truth of the claims made by the wise that art imitates life and that life imitates art is still an unsolved yet ever seemingly occurring mystery phenomenon that appears to be self evident.

Regardless, while pondering on possible ways to add to the growing list of helpful and effective services that we provide for our valued viewers around these parts, a thought came to the mind of yours truly as the author of this post, that reflects a notion of it actually being possible in both concept and practice, to serve up some therapy by talking a fair number of WORTHY WOMEN out of their mental illnesses, often religiously referred to as demons, and known currently in the digital age as buggy programming in the same exact yet reversed method that many of them may be on the smartphones and Internet connected devices being talked in to such said sicknesses (demons) on an ever continuing basis whether knowingly or unknowingly.

We for now will simply chalk it up as another different perspective to consider, to take only as seriously as one decided to.