The Pro life God

Quick Test:

You just found out that your best buddy you’ve worked with for 10 years raped another man’s wife, one of the women he is a boss over at work, the poor woman he raped is pregnant with his child but to cover his tracks and to keep out of jail, he has the husband murdered while coming home from work.

What do you do?

  • Call the cops and have the the miserable piece of shit, the disgusting waste of human flesh and oxygen thief locked up for rape and murder
  • Kill the poor woman for not resisting hard enough, for dressing like she wanted it 
  • Or Kill the baby

If you chose the first answer, then pat yourself on the back, you are a credit to your genes. We need more like you. You sir are Prolife and Projustice. 

If you chose the second, then what kind of a piece of shit person are you? How could you possibly justify punishing the Victim for being a Victim of someone else’s crime? F*ck you and the horse you rode in on! Don’t you know it’s not loving, empathetic, compassionate or just? What the f*ck is wrong with you?

But if you would kill the baby…. well, then you’re just like your Father in Heaven.

“Howbeit, because by this deed thou hast given great occasion to the enemies of the Lord to blaspheme, the child also that is born unto thee shall surely die.  And Nathan departed unto his house. And the Lord struck the child that Uriah’s wife bare unto David, and it was very sick.”2 Samuel 12:14‭-‬15 KJV

Always remember, The God of the Bible is Prolife. And He’s only EVER killed one innocent person in the Old Testament. RC Sproul Jr said so… that settles it!!

-kia

Wally, Now that’s a good question…

Jesus coming soon

Are you living as if Jesus might come back today?

 “..in six days He created everything, He’s been working on Heaven 2000 years” -Keith Green song
Hello all you wonderful people. Hopefully you saturday morning is going well. I just wanted to share with you my answer to a question recently asked on another Christian Blog, Truth in Palmyra, by yet another Amateur Internet Christian Apologist, Brother Wally. 

First, a bit of backstory from one in Recovery

My particular branch of the Christian family tree was very focused on End Times and Escatology. They had honed the fear and imminency of the Return of Jesus whipped into a frenzy by the changing social and religious culture of the 60’s and 70’s to a razors edge by the early to late 80’s and into the latter decades. 

Jesus Loves His enemies… then kills them all

We all had our favorite teachers and positions of what one of my pastors called “Theory-ology” on the end times, the second coming and Rapture of the Church, The Bride of Christ. “Are you ready?” was not only a searching and fearful question for nonbelievers, but also for for believers, even though it was usually, at least on the surface, treated as a question of hopeful expectation. Basically it was a “check in” question of whether you were good enough or living the right way so as to be “Prepared for Departure”… or not. It was used to keep people dependant, fearful and in check.

“Yeah, your part of The Body, you’re the part Jesus will Puke out!” -actual quote from a former pastor of mine 

I’m sure wally has none to little idea of the full implications of his question on believers and unbelievers, let alone Deconverts like me. It seems to me anyway, from interactions ive had with him, that it just isn’t in his “tool box” yet to really care how his words are taken by people. As evidenced by the comments threaded on his post. 

Some Truth is ‘Sideways’

Please visit him, like, comment, and if so inclined… Follow his blog, Truth in Palmyra, for more of his kind of Christian blogging. But without further ado, here is my comment I left in his blog a giving my answer. Enjoy.

-kia

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KIA
August 27, 2016 at 09:19

Hi wally,
Are we living as if Jesus could come back today? Great question. My answer is no for several reasons.
the nt character Jesus is a myth. And even if there was a ‘jesus’ or Joshua that was the original model for the gospel of Mark, it being the source material and pattern for the other gospels, at least the ones we still have after the Catholic Church banned all the rest of the 30-40 we are told aren’t ‘really’ gospels, THAT Joshua would bear very little resemblance to the conflation of messianic rabbinical Judaism and hellenistic mystery religions that became the Jesus of the NT and of christianity.
The Joshua that might have lived and died in the first century most certainly will never return, and the Jesus of the NT was never here to begin with, so of course… cannot return either.
Am I living as if Jesus could return Today? Of course not, and neither are you from looking at how you’ve treated those you consider your enemies.
What was it that Jesus said in the beatitudes? “Love your enemies, do good to those who spitefully use you… turn the other cheek…” other places in the NT we read “dont return evil for evil…” be kind with your words and not rude or mean spirited.
I mean wally, you are currently going thru 1 corinthians 13, the love chapter. Do you understand what it says at all?
Of course, your own behaviour and discourse with those who disagree and dont believe as you do tells one all they would need to know about whether you are living as if the Christ you say you believe in could return today. Your unspoken yet easily understood answer is as much No as mine is.

-kia

Christian/Deconvert Comedy on a Friday Night

Repartee at the week’s end

This is a comment I left on a recent post by a Christian blogging buddy of mine, The Infected Saint. Please visit, like, comment and, if so inclined, Follow him. He’s smart, witty, intelligent and reasonably well mannered. 

“Oh no, he’s not tamed. But he is kind…” – from The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis

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KIA
August 26, 2016 at 10:40 PM
Great post, Brother
1. You think the wedding feast in the Bible is a potluck. (We didn’t smoke pot, and didn’t believe in luck)

2. You think the front pew is reserved for the Holy Spirit because you sure aren’t sitting there.

(it was really reserved for Christ. ‘The secret guest at every meeting’. Elijah had to wait till passover…)

3. You’re mad at the pastor for going past 12:00 because you couldn’t beat the Methodists to your favorite restaurant.

(pastor was such a long winded guy, he thought our gifting in the body was to sit there and listen to him as he was allowed to exercise his gift. ‘The mind can only receive what the seat can endure’)

4. You think John the Baptist was your first member.

(sorry, Jonny was a Church of Christ dude. ICC, Boston that is)

5. You think your pew was reserved for you for life.

(I knew a pepe le’pew. Real stinker that guy)

6. You are scared to show any emotion while singing, lest someone might think you are charismatic.

(no… you’d never mistake a Baptist to have any kind of charisma at all)

7. You are very sure the “wine” in the Bible was unfermented grape juice.

(in those little premanufactured cups with the cracker on top sealed with cellophane? Good times… good times)

8. Your neck tie stops an inch above your navel. 

(Below the navel, if you please… we are into Christian modesty, you know)

9. You think God’s presence is strongest in the back three pews. 

(He…they…he sits back in the back to be the first one out too? Awesome!)

10. You consider Sunday lunch part of the service.

(Well, there is that idea of the sermon being a meal prepared for the congregation… everyone gets their just desserts)

In all seriousness…

 (I am glad to have BEEN a Baptist, calvary chapelite, church or christer, AOG, and a disciple/Follower of jesus. Now that’s behind me, “get behind me…”, I can focus on the life I have been given and the people I love and who love me.) 

“Hello from the other side…”. PEACE!! –Kia

Watch “So You want to be Cult Leader? Mind Control Cults.mp4” on YouTube

Is Christianity a Cult?

Be honest with yourself.

Watch this video and Think of your own experiences with Christianity, the Church and Christians. Remember the ‘little things’ that you may have just dismissed at the time. Take the time and thought to evaluate your own Faith the same way you would evaluate False religions and cults.

Can you honestly say that Christianity doesn’t look, act, behave and operate as a Cult? Watch the video and think for yourself. 

What would your answer be before?

What is you answer after?

-kia

An Atheist Cosmologist/Physicist goes Batshit Crazy for Jesus

CATHOLIC, James… Roman Catholic Mysticism 

“I am proposing that the Son and Father Singularities guided the worlds of the multiverse to concentrate the energy of the particles constituting Jesus in our universe into the Jesus of our universe. In effect, Jesus’ dead body, lying in the tomb, would have been enveloped in a sphaleron field. This field would have dematerialized Jesus’ body into neutrinos and antineutrinos in a fraction of a second, after which the energy transferred to this world would have been transferred back to the other worlds from whence it came. Reversing this process (by having neutrinos and antineutrinos—almost certainly not the original neutrinos and antineutrinos dematerialized from Jesus’ body—materialize into another body) would generate Jesus’ Resurrection body.” –Frank Tipler

WTF?? This is who SOME people are quoting as a ‘world renowned physicist’ who was ‘forced’ to acknowledge Jesus by the ‘Evidence’?

*** UPDATE *** Here’s the link to the post that has now been removed over at James’ blog. (Former atheist scientist is forced to acknowledge God by the inexorable laws of physics  – http://wp.me/p39Q8G-5tN)
OR… https://thei535project.wordpress.com/2016/07/04/former-atheist-scientist-is-forced-to-acknowledge-god-by-the-inexorable-laws-of-physics/

“When I began my career as a cosmologist some twenty years ago, I was a convinced atheist. I never in my wildest dreams imagined that one day I would be writing a book purporting to show that the central claims of Judeo-Christian theology are in fact true, that these claims are straightforward deductions of the laws of physics as we now understand them. I have been forced into these conclusions by the inexorable logic of my own special branch of physics.”-Frank Tipler (‘The Physics Of Immortality.’)

A mind is a terrible thing to waste on Confirmation Bias

“Special Branch” means his theoretical BS to ‘imagine’ what the physics ‘might have to be’ in order to fit his presuppositioned belief that it happened in actual reality and history. 

Oh yeah, he’s lost it for real. He’s fallen hard for Catholic philosophy/mysticism and mixed it what he knows from science to come up with an intelligent sounding stream of Pure Bullshit.

Here’s a couple of older reviews of his ideas from other people who understand but reject what this nut bag says. Check them out for a good laugh.

http://www.csicop.org/si/show/the_strange_case_of_frank_jennings_tipler

The Varieties of Crackpot Experience

Spinning BS for 2000 years

This is why Christian Apologetics is not reliable or able to be trusted to be honest when providing “answers to those who ask for the reason for the hope…”. They rely on literally anything or anyone who appears to support the Story, whether it’s actually True or Reliable… like THIS guy.  

James, is this REALLY what you want to showcase on your blog?

-kia

“Love your neighbors as yourself…”

“But Lord, who is my neighbor?…” 

The one you think is your enemy… Love him and do good to him, like the Good Samaritan, regardless of return. Then you will be the reflection of the Jesus in the New Testament. 

Otherwise you have no Heavenly idea what it means to be a Follower of Christ. -kia

This funny and, sadly, much too common exchange…

From one who Knows it All that God exists, his particular god, without actual evidence but by Faith… one who Knows that Hell is where all people who don’t believe in Jesus are headed after death, without actual evidence that such a place exists… after he did a POST that directly referred to me (while repeatedly asserting he doesn’t read my blog here…

“Exit question: If the Christian blogging world completely ignored childish scoffers. Would evangelical atheists, agnostics, recovering know it alls and other hyper-skeptics of the “fundamentalist inerrant Christian holy play book” find something more useful to do with their time?” – James, Amateur Internet Apologist Extraordinaire

August 21, 2016 • 9:22 pm

You DO read me… I’m so touched…

August 21, 2016 • 9:31 pm

I have read it before and I hear about it from others.

Has it gotten better or is it still horrible poetry, vegan nonsense, and you making fun of Christian bloggers like a juvenile idiot?

*** UPDATE 8/25/16?***

My answer that i just posted on his comments to his question to me…

“And yeah James, I make fun of you and other bloggers because you deserve ridicule and mockery. People listen to you and accept to bs you push with out question or challenge. And if they do happen to challenge or question, you block, delete, and mock them with almost satanic cruelty. Not cool. It really affects real lives. What you do matters to so many people like I was. It deserves an answer you can’t block, on a forum you don’t control. That’s why I do what I do with those kinds of posts. Enjoy. – kia

I feel the Love of Jesus and His people oozing from the screen of my tablet tontonight. 

“Hey… could someone get me a Dish Towel or something?!”

-KIA😉