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The Cult That Is the Christian Evangelist Movement

The Cult That Is the Christian Evangelist Movement

As some of you know, I do call myself a Christian. I believe in God. I do pray. I do know the Bible and have read a lot of it throughout my life. But I don’t go to church, and don’t identify with any denominations.

I also am not perfect. I've had sex outside of marriage, but don’t make excuses for it or try to say “God is still working on me.” I do admit that is my personal vice. I use cuss words, tell dirty jokes, and I like to go out to bars and have a drink or two every now and then. These things would be considered my “ungodly” side.

I also don’t agree with homosexuality but I don’t sneer at gays and lesbians, nor am I interested in railing against them publicly. I also have no problem with gun rights but still think guns should be regulated in a country with high gun violence rates. I also don’t have any issues with Muslims or think they should be destroyed. I don’t agree with Islam, but it does not affect me. I’ve had Muslim co-workers throughout the years who are often smarter than a lot of Americans and tell me very interesting things about their home countries, and I tend to get along with them very well.

Am I your average Christian? Not by a long shot.

First hand experience

Our family has always been Christian and we were brought up Christian. As kids we often were exposed to more of the evangelist influences. We grew up listening to modern Christian music radio, went to an evangelist church, and were homeschooled according to evangelist writers and stay-at-home moms’ advice and instructions for other moms. But as we came into young adulthood, we began to care less and less for much of that stuff, and found the real world to be more interesting. We just felt like it was time to start finding out what was going on on the other side of the white washed fence.

The Cult That Is the Christian Evangelist Movement

I developed a heavy affection for rock music, especially Linkin Park, U2, Stone Temple Pilots, and Led Zeppelin. I masturbated like 98% of young people, which goes against evangelist doctrines, and what I felt guilty about through my youth yet never stopping. I watched movies and TV shows that would also be considered “unedifying.” And like most young people who are brought up Christian, I went through all the ups and downs, waves, crashes, and doubts about faith. But unlike many who fall away from faith, ultimately I decided to stand with God once I became independent and had to face the hard realities of life and the world, finding that although the world had a lot of interesting things, at the same time it does not offer you a solid fulfillment or sanctuary, and can decide to go against you any time it wants to. In the end God was still the best choice, in everything, the good, the bad, crazy, sad, hard, confusing, and wonderful things of life.

Evangelism is a political cult

Having said all that and having had exposure to the movement like many other people, I can say that the evangelist denomination is basically a kind of a cult. And I am disgusted with it much more than I am with the false, judgmental black gospel churches (I am black, yes) that we also went to at times growing up.

The Cult That Is the Christian Evangelist Movement

I can say that I despise the evangelist churches, with their notorious nationalism and conservative leanings bleeding through them, which may be the most despicable thing about them. Politics - even mine as a Democrat - should not be tied to religion, and God does not care about our exceedingly flawed political methods nor does he support any world government, although conservatives would like to believe that God puts men on thrones to support their biased religious views. Evangelicals, having ungodly obsessions with abortion and homosexuality, want to support unrighteous Republican leaders simply because these old guys hate the same things and people that evangelists hate in the name of God.

And of course, evangelicals make me cringe with their heavy patriotism and perpetually false, foolish belief that America was and is a nation “blessed by God.” To conservative Christians, if a group of old white guys 400 years ago talked about God while keeping and abusing slaves; raping, killing, and driving out natives; winning major wars; developing a strong economy on the backs of blacks, immigrants, and the poor; and continuing to ignorantly believe that Columbus discovered America, then they call it “a great nation” with a divine manifest destiny.

The Cult That Is the Christian Evangelist Movement

Ultimately, Christians have no business being Republican. It simply should not be. Of course, they would feel the same way in reverse, that Christians shouldn’t be Democrats, or “liberals,” as they love to say. No doubt, the Democratic party has some values that even I don’t support or agree with, but at the end of the day the difference is that in general Democrats are more compassionate and want to see the positive progress and well-being of all individuals and of a nation, even if you may not agree with all their methods. The values of conservative “Christians,” on the other hand, are often cold, racist, full of hate, obsessed with gun rights, abortion, homosexuality, and disregarding the poor.

Instead of disagreeing with a person’s sin or lifestyle, conservative Christians show hate or disdain for the person entirely. Instead of loving thy neighbor, conservative Christians want to be prejudiced towards Hispanic immigrants and support or make excuses for racist violence done against blacks by police. And instead of showing compassion to the poor, conservative Christians want to use endless arguments about why their tax dollars should have to go to these people; preaching about how “A man who will not work, will not eat,” wanting to kick people off of food stamps; and people needing to pull themselves up by their boot straps. All the while supporting wealthy men who either did a lot of dirt to get where they are, or had it handed to them growing up, never "working hard" for their success.

“He who oppresses the poor shows contempt for their Maker, but whoever is kind to the needy honors God.” - Proverbs 14:31

The Cult That Is the Christian Evangelist Movement

And no person calling themselves a Christian should have any business supporting a man like Donald Trump, who has uttered all manner of ungodly things, nasty things towards Hispanics, disabled people, veterans, women, blacks, and has told all kinds of lies and done all kinds of dishonest things even before he was president. God does not approve of so-called believers who want to support an extremely sinful man just to get at people and policies they hate.

Obsessions with “sexual sin”

Another God-awful problem with evangelicals/conservative Christians is their appalling, obsessive focus on “sexual immorality,” “sexual sin,” homosexuality, and their excessive preaching to young Christians about sexual purity. To be fair, I do agree that as Christians we should try to be sexually decent - I myself admit that I’ve had sex outside of marriage, have watched porn in the past, etc. I’m not proud of it and I don’t justify it, but I have done it. I can say that sexual impropriety has really been the only major vice I’ve had in my life, and even that has not been to nearly the extent of other humans' sexual behavior on this planet.

The Cult That Is the Christian Evangelist Movement

However, evangelicals put enormous emphasis on sexual sin and sexual purity in a very cult-like fashion. Joshua Harris, who wrote the best-selling Christian book I Kissed Dating Good-bye back in the 1990s, was one of the biggest leaders at that time in the revolution against “sexual sin” with young believers, to the point of even advising in his sequel book Boy Meets Girl that young men and women should only hug from the side because hugging chest to chest would incite lust and sexual temptation.

And guess what? Harris himself has now disavowed those books he wrote, realizing how wrong they are, and how they’ve discouraged young Christians. I remember reading I Kissed Dating Good-bye back in the mid-2000s and even I thought that book was garbage! Needless to say that Joshua Harris also ‘gave up’ Christianity last year and said he has "undergone a massive shift in regard to my faith in Jesus." Sorry, bro. But just because you feel like faith has let you down, or you're disappointed in yourself for how your teachings have made people feel, doesn't mean that Jesus and the Bible are wrong.

The Cult That Is the Christian Evangelist Movement

The Every Man’s Battle book series bologna was also another really sorry waste of time, paper, thought, and ink in the early 2000s. Complete with “battle plans,” an actual 'workbook' edition, and daily regimens for Christian men and boys to help them overcome sexual thoughts, sexual temptation, weakness, masturbation, pornography, and instructions for them to not even look at scantily clad women on magazine covers or models in lingerie on posters, the EMB book series was proudly penned by Stephen Arterburn and Fred Stoeker and were - you guessed it - best-selling hits with Christian communities. And later on, a women’s version, Every Woman’s Battle, was spawned by Shannon Ethridge.

Needless to say, not a single one of these vomit-inducing publications, nor the excessive preaching of evangelists against “sexual sin” has healed, prevented, or overcome the sexual sins and immorality that still plague the churches. There may be a few souls who have held firmly to those writings, but not most. In fact, these heavy campaigns have only made Christians want to “sin” even more. The more something is prohibited, the more someone wants to do it, and the more someone else wants to go against it. That’s why you have countless cases that come out about pastors who have cheated on their wives, pastors or other men in the church who have secretly had sex with men, women in the church sleeping with pastors or deacons, women in the church having pre-marital sex or fornicating in general but then judging other women or are trying to act so pure, etc. Hell, even Christian singers have fallen prey to sexual sin, and some have written songs that vaguely talk about it.

Jerry and Becki Falwell
Jerry and Becki Falwell

Jerry Falwell Jr.’s own recent scandal - if you don't know about it - has even been appalling and also laughable to me. This guy was the president of his father's creation, Liberty University in Virginia, the biggest "Christian college" in the world, until he had to step down in August after a young man who was a "friend" of Jerry and his wife, came out about sleeping with his wife for years while Jerry liked to watched. Oh, and let's not forget that Jerry is an enormous Trump supporter and also told students that if we would all carry guns "we could end those Muslims." Needless to say this evangelical man has been put to utter shame because of his sexual sin.


Compromising, which in terms of faith means following secular standards or identifying with them while still trying to adhere to godliness, is an enormous issue in most churches. But I would say African-American and evangelist churches do it the absolute most, and the difference even between these two is that evangelist churches and their icons are much more well-known.

Christian artist Rachel Lampa in her music video "Savior Song" in the early 2000s.
Christian artist Rachel Lampa in her music video "Savior Song" in the early 2000s.

Evangelicals have been compromisers for decades, especially with the Christian music movement, and especially throughout the 1990s and 2000s. Feeling like they could reach “sinners” more and especially young ones, many Christian music artists have tried carrying an image and sound like secular artists that they want to appeal to any unbeliever who may be watching or listening. At the end of the day it just looks really stupid and even goofy to watch a so-called Christian girl or guy singing about Jesus while trying to look sensual or having tattoos down their arms and trying to look like a secular rapper or rock star. It makes me very uncomfortable and makes me feel that these artists are actually ashamed of being known for believing in Jesus, so they want to distract from that with worldly images.

"Christian hip hop" artist Gawvi
"Christian hip hop" artist Gawvi

Compromising evangelicals are also the same people who want to use worldly images, methods, etc. to reach unbelievers, but want to staunchly tell other Christians about not being in relationships with unbelievers; claiming they don’t watch TV or movies; persist in celebrating Christmas as Jesus' birth when we all know it really isn't; and - as we went over earlier - want to support ungodly Republican men and women in office just to get at people they hate. You can’t have it both ways. God said you either follow me or the world.

“No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.” - Matt. 6:24

Not ALL evangelicals are wrong…just most of them

Certainly, to be fair, not all evangelical figures, articles, books, music, etc. are incorrect. There are definitely some of these things that are upright and what I’ve even found to be true and helpful throughout my own faith. Pastor Jim Cymbala of the Brooklyn Tabernacle church in New York City has had numerous bare-truth sermons that I’ve listened to and really enjoyed. He definitely preaches things like it is and he himself disagrees with many other churches and pastors who teach falsely. Andrew Farley in Texas has also spoken a lot of things that I can find no disagreement with, and he himself has talked about the false things churches have taught people for years.

Jim Cymbala
Jim Cymbala

And there are some great Christian music artists whose songs send true spiritual messages and who do not try to compromise with their image. However, most of such artists were prevalent in the 1980s, 90s, and early 2000s. 4Him was a real powerhouse group when I was growing up, singing real-deal Christian music. Michael W. Smith, Rich Mullens, Twila Paris, Wayne Watson, and many others also have had moving, truly spiritual worship songs. But today, the Christian music industry lacks a lot of spiritual depth and is infused with a lot of compromising, as we now have Christian heavy rock, rap, and hip hop, all of which don’t work for me and actually make me very uncomfortable as a believer.

The Cult That Is the Christian Evangelist Movement

Having said all this, while there are pockets here and there of truly God-inspired people or words of faith in the evangelist movement, the majority of it is not really true and not full of real love. If it was, then the modern Christian world would be way stronger than it is, make a far bigger impact than it does, and would not have as many ugly stories coming out of it as it does.

Instead, the evangelist movement is largely despotic, full of the sexual sin it so heavily campaigns against; controls and abuses minds with judgmental teachings about heaven and hell - which is not always incorrect but becomes such when it's used to frighten people; puts emphasis on all the basic scriptures about adhering to tithes, baptism, and going to church but little on the deeper passages of the Bible that would require these Christians to have to give up their incorrect ways of thinking.

“Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. Many will say to Me in that day, ‘Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done many wonders in Your name?’ And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness!’" - Matt. 7:21-23


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  • Dargil
    I was born into the "Evangelical" Congregational Church in New England. It was not evangelical and I never bought into it; went New Age; then got "saved" but was seduced by Mormons; got out and began to fine tune my personal beliefs. I am part of the "reformed" tradition (I am not protesting anything) and will say that I loosely fit being an Evangelical.
    I perceive evangelism by its definition: the spreading of the Christian gospel by public preaching or personal witness. Not a pastor or good public speaker, my evangelism is limited to personal witnessing by the spoken or written word, expressing my experiences and personal beliefs.
    I agree that matters of religion can go haywire and move toward hysteria. Look at Islam in general. Look at Leftism, that has corrupted the once patriotic and proud Democrat party in the USA to nothing less than secular religion.
    I am not a member of a religious club or social movement. I really don't need to be reminded of them by elaborate stagecraft. I am not a "joiner" per se. But my personal, bible-based beliefs have become hard wired.
    I know The Creator is real and active right now.
    I understand the need for the emergence of G0d in the three-strand rope of Creator, Savior and Holy Spirit.
    I understand the ascent of life, guided by The Creator in the appearance of evolution.
    I understand the supernatural nature of Covenant Humans, as evidenced by the two (not one) creation stories in Genesis.
    And I understand John 10:30.
    What else do I need?
    Is this still revelant?
    • ManOnFire

      "Not a pastor or good public speaker, my evangelism is limited to personal witnessing by the spoken or written word, expressing my experiences and personal beliefs." - Yep, that's me through and through.

  • UncleJessieRabbit
    I agree with some of it as having left or in "limbo" with faith myself. I agree with the sexual sin part, especially the seemingly higher focus on young men in particular.

    The thing I disagree with is the politics part when you tend to have a high bias against "Conservative Christians", but do you realize that Democrats or the left also incorporate using Christian language to advance their politics causes? That I see with the churches that are incorporating Democratic talking points and social issues.

    But I otherwise agree that evangelical Christians, like all other "radical" religions, have tendencies that are more despotic (and/or God?).
    Is this still revelant?
    • ManOnFire

      It's definitely true that Democrats do sometimes try to appeal to Christians with some of their ideas, no doubt. But the point is that in general the Democrats' objective is about our nation working towards the good - and the better - for all groups, even the poor, uneducated Republicans down south. While most Republicans more often have the aggressive our-way-or-no-way approach full of bigotry, anti-homosexuality, preoccupation with abortion and gun rights, and keeping the poor where they are.

      But to be fair, I live in the Greater Washington D. C. region and we do have Larry Hogan, a Republican, as our governor and he actually has done a fantastic job, now on his second term that he won in a landslide. However, I can't say his compassionate approaches are those that the majority of other Republicans have taken in how they make approaches though.

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  • DizzyDesii
    You snapped on this shit 🙏 i too am not the perfect Christian and can agree ona lot of this. I actually made a mytake about it like 2 years ago. But yea even though a majority of my views are conservative, i dont support Trump and i dont vote Rep. At 21, fam pressured me to vote Dem but they only voted dem for like tax purposes or some shit. They dont even support 50% of what Dems are about. So im debating if i’ll sit this election out because i have very centrist views and am not sure which way to lean. Either way, the electoral college will vote for whoever we dont so 🤷‍♀️
    Is this still revelant?
    • ManOnFire

      No problem with that. I have actually never voted before so this will be my first time🤣

    • What's the electoral college has to do with voting or not? Do you not comprehend how it works or why it was set up that way?

      Choosing to vote or not should be based on your views and the quality of candidates on the ballot.

  • Robbey
    I think Christianity in the US, evangelical Protestantism especially, has been reduced (with honorable exceptions) to mere window dressing in service to a personal political identity. It's all very shallow and selfish.

    That's not to say that there aren't dysfunctional forms Christianity or any other religion elsewhere. But, in the U. S. it's almost the norm or at least seems like it.

    I'm a lifelong Christian and it really saddens me.
    Is this still revelant?
    • ManOnFire

      I think it angers me more than saddens me.

    • Robbey

      It evokes a lot of very painful feelings in me, including anger. But I'm heartbroken.

    • Would you say the same about Islam? Or would that be Islamaphobic?

      Same with Judaism? Would that be Anti-Semetic.

      Are we in the era when Anti-Christianity is En Vogue? Seems to me we are.

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  • Tamera952
    I appreciate your well thought-out article here. You make excellent and valid points about the unsavory hypocrisies of Evangelists -- & I couldn't agree more with all of them.
    My general feeling or takeaway is that you're smarter than the average person, in that you're at least thinking about these things. But that said, from my position at the far end of the spectrum, I see where you're at as 1/2 - 3/4 of the way to where I'm at.
    To me, it seems like you're nearly there, to a destination of clarity & understanding that yes, Evangelists suck, but at the end of the day, all these groups like them suck. I envision you on a journey, like walking the tightrope teetering between clarity about the manipulative & hypocritical nature of religion, and being a borderline apologist for the 'virtues' of religion. Although I concede that on the ground level, it is IS true that some groups are more tamer & less dangerous than others, this is a fact. (If I had to pick one over the other, I would pick anything over Evangelists just for that reason) There are a bunch less toxic then Evangelists, but a bunch WAY more toxic as well.

    But I applaud you to continue examining and asking questions (all necessary) & eventually I think you'll end up seeing Evangelists as one insidious group (or 'symptom'), among many others, under a much larger umbrella (or 'sickness') called Christianity. I see it as shades of grey, and yes Evangelists are everything you detailed (& more) with peculiarities all their own -- but from the 30,000 foot view, the dueling branches & sects of the big three monotheistic traditions (who all think they're the ones with the answers, who all have it right) with all their different "rules" and dogma and "beliefs" have more in common then they do differ -- which fundamentally comes down to control. They are mere mortals controlling other mortals, trying to be intermediaries for a supernatural deity.
    They all rely heavily on you suspending your critical thinking abilities, all the while discouraging any examination of the validity of their beliefs.
  • PupinTheTurd
    I'm going to be honest, I didn't read the whole thing especially since I don't have time right now but I will state that Christianity isn't a cult.

    Christianity is supposed to be a relationship with Yeshua and Yahweh.
    I'm not saying not to read the Bible, in fact I would highly recommend anyone and everyone to read the Bible because there's a lot of good information in there but if you focus only on the religious aspects of it you're missing the whole point of being a Christian.
    • ManOnFire

      That's why it's important for you to read the whole post before commenting, because I never said Christianity is a cult, as I also am one. I said the EVANGELIST movement in Christianity is a cult.

  • Posterboy56
    Yeah... they're pretty insane, most of them. They deny reality on a regular basis, denying science... while still driving cars, wearing modern clothes, and using cell phones. You wrote a novel here. Good piece.
    • Sort of like pro abortion people saying abortion does not kill human life.

      Excuse me. Based on science/biology it does.

      So who exactly are the science denieers?

    • @DreamCatchcer Uh... I'm not sure what you're talking about or why you bothered to say that.

    • Some one mentioned something about certain people being science deniers. Maybe that's what I was referring to?

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  • Gedaria
    I like your take. It shows how far away the church's are from what Jesus taught us through the Bible.
    Strange as I was skimming through your take , that very scripture came into my mind.
    So if they there are not recognised. There must be one that is, that is following his teachings.
    Like he use to say to his disciples, judge by their fruit.
    He was talking about the the Jewish nation , but now it encompasses the whole world.
    The Jews rejected Jesus, who did follow Jesus...
  • updog45
    the Bible teaches to beware of these types of "preachers"
  • Oigit
    PFFFF everyone knows the cult of The Elder Gods and The Order of the Gash has better benefits. Now that I think about it, worshiping the Chaos Gods also has better benefits.
    • ManOnFire

      What... in... the world... is The Order of the Gash? Lmfao.

    • Oigit

      I can give you a Lament Configuration if you want to find out.

    • ManOnFire

      Something tells me I probably shouldn't...

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  • lovedejj_xo
    I’m Christian don’t go to church on Sundays and I don’t believe everything they believe in. I’m pro-choice, pro-black, pro-lgbt... list goes on
    • Lionman95

      Do you share your faith with anyone else? I mean do you spend time with other Christians? Because it might happen that you make up your own Jesus and your own God and make the same mistake that some of the big evangelical and charismatic churches make.

    • LMAO
      "I'm a Christian" + "I don't believe anything they believe in" in the same sentence you just contradicted yourself.
      You either believe the whole Bible or none of it, it's that simple.

      Since when were Christians against black people?
      You do realize there's a lot of black people that are also Christians right?

      It's not like we're Mormons, and even Mormons are now accepting black people.

    • @PupinTheTurd Exactly!!! I Once took a class taught by a Jesuit priest about Catholic dogma and doctrine.

      At the end of the semester he listed all the things we had discussed in that class. He then looked at the class and basically said what you just said. A person cannot pick and choose from that list and still call themselves Catholic. Sort of like the phony Catholics in congress. Either your Catholic or pro-abortion... either or but not both. Sort of like listing a set of criminal laws like rape. Any Catholic by definition is against rape. But if some idiot politician wanted to make it legal would a Catholic political say "Rape is a valid choice even though I wouldn't choose it because I'm a Catholic". The analogy is a stretch but you get the point.

      Any one who votes against Trump based on the claim that his words are offensive is not very intellectual. His words have nothing to do with one's religious views. Trump might be a pompous buffoon but no where in words or deeds has he shown he suffers from any of the "phobias" or "isms" people on the left say he does.

      People are myopic. They watch Cable talking heads who cut and paste videos and audios of Trump saying things. They need to watch the entire tape and process it themselves. People are spoon fed information. The media in this country is controlled by one party in this country. And that can lead to totalitarianism. Trump will not be responsible when that happens.

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  • Wewladdy
    Imagine putting this much effort into a Marxist troll post. We get it, you're alt left but still identify as Christian. Good for you.
    • ManOnFire

      I don't identify with all those labels, and as I said I don't even agree with everything on the "left." This is exactly what I was saying, how POLITICAL conservatives are.

    • Wewladdy

      I'm a fascist.

      And I assume you're far left because you straight up said you can't be a Christian and look after your own people, have conservative or nationalistic views. You're either an imbecile or are just plain lying. You can be a freakin communist and still be Christian, technically.

  • Lena84
    It's hard to completely leave a faith that's been in your family for generations. I see the benefits in religion. But I see why many are skeptical about it. The problem isn't always the religion itself but how people use it to justify their evil behavior.
    • ManOnFire

      You don't even have to leave the faith. We simply should not be having denominations in the first place. Paul frowned on sectarianism.

  • British_Empire_1707
    for me this sums up it allhttps://www.youtube.com/embed/35K6vQRt67g... I'd love to set up a cult myself, cult leaders live likd rockstars.
  • PBandJ_Nerd
    I never knew what an Evangelist was until I read this. I've never gone to church either and I've never read the bible myself. I was taught by family so I learned who god was from them and once I questioned what a christian was my sister taught me some of the tales (like adam and eve). But I don't understand why certain religions are against each other either. I just see them as different religions and kind of wonder why they do what they do. Like not eating certain foods, not drinking alcohol, fasting, etc. Sometimes I even question things inside of churches to learn what they are and what they do. Basically, I question lots of things when it comes to religion in general. But I'm usually careful because I know some people are religious and might support views that harm other people (I usually stay away from them).
    Didn't bother to waste a second on reading beyond the title, just here to say that it's people who created God, not the other way around. Deal with it.
  • DreamCatchcer
    So may I ask if you are liberal or conservative?

    What you posted reads like a Ph. D. dissertation of some one who espouses liberation theology which is nothing more than a political ideology.

    I was born and raised Catholic. I have 16 years of Catholic education. Eight of which were at Jesuit schools. Being taught by the Jesuits, my way of thinking is a bit skewed but what the heck.

    I have come to believe that religion is man made. A theology professor of mine was discussing the story of creation. He made the jest that God created man in his own image and man returned the favor. The more I thought about it the more it made sense.

    In Hindu thinking the more adjectives you use to describe god the less you actually say about him. Make sense.

    As for me, I look for God in people, places and things. Everything else is absurdity.
    • ManOnFire

      I think all of those are both right and wrong, however strange that might sound.

  • If you believe in absolute good and evil, you will group people you don’t agree with as “evil”.
    • ManOnFire

      I don't think I ever grouped them as evil in this post, however many evangelicals do tend to be evil-hearted, especially if they can support an ungodly, evil-hearted man like Trump.

    • OddBeMe

      I didn’t say anyone was evil. But your evangelicals group people as their friends and evil enemies.

    Amen brother!! 😎
  • Anonymous
    2 Corinthians 11:3 - 6
    (3) But I am afraid that as the serpent deceived Eve by his cunning, your thoughts will be led astray from a sincere and pure devotion to Christ. (4) For if someone comes and proclaims another Jesus than the one we proclaimed, or if you receive a different spirit from the one you received, or if you accept a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it readily enough. (5) Indeed, I consider that I am not in the least inferior to these super-apostles. (6) Even if I am unskilled in speaking, I am not so in knowledge; indeed, in every way we have made this plain to you in all things.

    Matthew 28:19 - 20
    (19) Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:

    (20) Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.

    Mark 16:15
    (15) And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.

    This is the Word of God, who is Jesus Christ, your words are against this, making you Anti-Christ.

    Matthew 7:21 - 23

    (21) Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.

    (22) Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?

    (23) And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

    Repent while you still can, for we are in the last days, if you die without Christ knowing you, you will go to Hell. Nothing is worth going to Hell for.
  • Anonymous

    This is the cult that is the real problem in teh US today.