Reverend Michael Bresciani #fundie

Accusing Christians of Terrorism is Very Close to Blasphemy

It is clear that quacks and extremists exist in every area of life. We have quack doctors, lawyers, scientists and lest we try to cover it, even a few Christians. Heeding the call to always consider the source brings us to a conclusion that cannot be argued against. Most Christians and especially Biblically based believers are not terrorists.

What terrorist turns the other cheek, (Mt 5: 39) or goes out of their way to do good to their enemies? (Mt.5: 44) What Christian has not been told that to lay down their lives for others, rather than take a life is Christ’s way? (Jn 15: 13) Only someone totally devoid of any biblical knowledge would fail to see that nowhere does Christ or his Apostles ever give us leave to harm or kill another human being.

We can hear echoes’ from the classic film ‘Cool Hand Look’ so clearly “What we have here – is a failure to communicate.”

Christians are the ones that stand for life, want to preserve life, save life and protect life. Blowing up everyone we disagree with into kingdom come, is not part of our training, our bibles or our nature. To suggest that it is, most certainly borders on blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.

When the Pharisees accused Jesus of casting out devils by the power of the devil, he warned them of committing the unforgivable sin of blasphemy. (Mt 12: 31)

To label the Spirit that resides in believers as an evil spirit of terrorism and death is as close to blasphemy as it gets.

If intended it is blasphemy, but even in the case of it being inadvertent blasphemy based on ordinary ignorance of the facts, it is always high perversion.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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