I have received two emails in the past week from Christians explaining that I am in very serious trouble with the LORD, and that if I continue this course (?) that I am in danger of running into God’s disfavor and His lake of fire that He has lovingly made ready to eternally punish His creatures. These Christians, and their judgmental opinions about what I write about speaks volumes about what they are really concerned about…. which is judgment. Apparently, being a Christian gives one the right to judge another. It’s as if they have totally forgotten the injunction by their Master to “Judge not, lest ye be judged.” Here’s the biblical quote in full, so you can gain the proper context of what is being presented in Matthew, Chapter 7:
1Judge not, that ye be not judged.
2For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
This is mathematical law. What you do, what you judge, what goes around comes around. Please, Christians. You call yourself “Christians” because you have this idea and belief that Jesus Christ was the Son of God, which apparently makes Jesus the second most important person in the universe, which is why you worship his name. Well, I don’t know if you noticed, but it is distinctly and implicitly stated in the Bible that you are to treat others as you would like to be treated. That is essentially what Christ’s message was all about. Not about superiority and trying to “save people from hell” because they don’t believe in your religious tradition. From what I read in the Bible, Jesus sounded like a pretty cool guy because he hated superiority and hypocrites, and ironically, that’s what his followers have become; hypocritical busy-bodies trying to get others to believe in their delusion. If Christians acted “Christ-like,” I would have no problem with them. But they invoke Christ without humility or love. They act as if they were possessed by some angelic demon seeking the destruction of all it can find that doesn’t agree with their inherited system of belief. The whole thing would be pathetic if it weren’t so pathological and poisonous.
One has to wonder if religious belief is a kind of mental illness. We will look into that in a future blog.
So Christians, if you can’t show your Christian humility, stay off my blog. Your lack of common decency is appalling and I won’t allow it to be accepted here.