Hover over Romans 1:20-22 for proof of God's existence, and over Matthew 5:27-28 for Judgment Day’s perfect standard. Then hover over John 3:16-18 for what God did, and over Acts 17:30-31 for what to do.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Astounding Arrogance

“To those who doubted that I was a 'True Christian' -- your arrogance is astounding. To those who questioned why I ceased to be a 'True Christian' -- I ate of the tree of knowledge. That is, I received an education, learnt to question, think for myself, and research. Knowledge is the enemy of superstition (and rule by authority), which is why it is roundly condemned in dogma and doctrine.”

Here comes some “astounding arrogance.” You obviously don’t know the biblical definition of a “Christian.” A Christian is someone who “knows the Lord” (see John 17:3). When you were in the Church, did you know Him? If you are a professing atheist, you will be forced to say, “I thought I knew Him.” So you didn’t. You just thought you did. You were deceived (it’s very common). You had a false conversion (see Mark 1:1-20). Another word for a false convert is a “hypocrite” (a pretender). The churches are full of them, and many who finally leave it gravitate to atheist groups, where they feel cheated by what they think is Christianity. In truth, they cheated themselves by failing to truly repent and come to know the Lord. You were right. You were simply superstitious. You didn’t think for yourself (very unwise). Judas was a false convert. He had no idea who Jesus was, and managed to fake it for three and a half years. How long did you last?