Saturday, May 13, 2017

"Has Evangelical Christianity Become Sociopathic?"

"Has Evangelical Christianity Become Sociopathic?"

Even non-believers are picking up on the smell of brimstone and evil among the closet luciferians who are waving the "Christian flag" for the religious right. They are fulfilling their true master, Satan's command, that they lead people away from the gospel. I don't agree with all of the article of course, certainly not abortion and other leftist positions,but the religious right's support of amoral politicians stripping away the last of the safety net is overt evil. The regular world is asking "Why have "Christians" turned so evil?" 

Young people are leaving the churches in droves, and it's not all "godless liberals" as Fox News would state but they are fed up with the blindness towards their economic realities, and how the churches promote a lifestyle and status they cannot afford or are not experiencing.  They see the meanness, hypocrisy and push for political control and money. They see with their own eyes the lust for war, and the spiritual abuse that occurs on the macro-level.

15 comments:

Debra said...

Have Christians turned evil or has the media inflated Christianity to be outright unjust and wicked. The Bible said unbelievers will call evil good and good evil. I can say that many are deceived under false teachers, many Luciferians presenting themselves to be pastors or elders. So that I agree with. But when the Huffington Post journals an article, reader beware.Jesus is building His church, transforming His bride. Those who are stiff necked will be refined. There are large churches where we live. No one is leaving them and many seats are filled. I see hundreds and hundreds of cars parked out in their lot. Those who have the best entertainment and social gatherings keep them coming back. Sad.

Anonymous said...

I agree Debra, it is all about appearance. How many believers would attend a church building where the paint is peeling off the siding, where a little old lady is playing an organ and the congregants are singing hymns, where the dress code is less than standard and the people are dressed in worn out clothing, and everyone is partaking of the fellowship as the Holy Spirit leads...some have a Word from the LORD (from the Holy Scriptures), some have a Psalm (song) to share, some have prayer concerns where all are submitting themselves to Christ in praying for their brothers and sisters in love, humility, and genuine care and concern, and last but not least, the Name of Jesus is being exalted and lifted High above all names?

And no coffee and donuts at the end of the service because they can't afford such luxuries, their offering money is redistributed amongst the saints to help pay their bills just to survive life in this world.

The visible church organization that claims to be the "Bride of Christ," has in fact, become the pimp and prostitute of organized religion disguising itself as pure and holy, when in fact, it has become dark and blood stained.

Ichabod is written above many a church building here in the west.

tsisageya said...

I know what you mean, Debra. Huffpost is the pits and I NEVER knowingly click on one of their links. Not a reliable place to visit, although I guess I try to understand why BB would post a link to there as proof of anything.

tsisageya said...

But I did click on the link---unknowingly. All the comments that I could swallow were nonsense and had nothing useful to say. (Plus, the misspellings were rampant.) True, I couldn't swallow very many. Maybe it got better further down.

I guess it does speak to the corruption of Christian churches today. The bible does it better though.

Debra said...

So we met a brother in Christ who got saved thru a retreat with this big church I mentioned. He gave His life to the Lord plus it saved his marriage. A believer from this church invited him even though he was going to split up. The Lord completely changed his life and his marriage. I still believe there are many imposters as pastors/leaders.

William Sculley said...

One thing not mentioned here, one of the rare articles I'm pretty much 100% in agreement with here, is that there is also a startling lack of spiritual literacy among youth because of the ridiculously poor education given to our youth, especially as adolescents through into their college and early career. I was listening to a podcast on Ancient Faith Radio called "Becoming a Healing Presence", by Dr Albert Rossi, a psychiatrist and laymember in his parish. Dr. Rossi was interviewing someone whose name slips my mind at the moment about raising our children in the Faith. He said something that struck me as very true: the youth in our church do not need us to be big kids. They don't need us to emulate their culture. What they need is someone who will answer the hard questions, someone who can speak from experience with maturity, to be an example of what they should be, not an imitator of what they are.

This statement could not be more true. Growing up at what is now West Jacksonville Baptist Church, and then later on as a student at Tennessee Temple University, that was pretty much exactly the kind of approach both places used for our youth. The youth pastor and college and career pastor tried to be some kind of "cool guy", and really only became a poor imitation. The problem with this is that you will NEVER be able to be a convincing member of the generation you are trying to reach. I'm about to hit my thirtieth birthday. I am no longer a part of the current generation of youth. I can see it when I log onto social media. The recent fads portrayed in memes posted online show trends I'm looking at and going "what on earth is this even supposed to mean?" I can't figure out how a picture of Spongebob looking like some kind of demented parrot is supposed to be funny or cool, but apparently it is to the new generation of teenagers.

However, I do get the opportunity in my life to talk with people of this new generation because of my involvement in the silent chats held by the sign language department at the University of Florida and Santa Fe College here in Gainesville. Since it is a college group, most of the attendees are between 17 and 25. I've had the pleasure of being able to discuss my faith, in ASL, with several of them. It is a false assumption that you need to "dumb down" or simplify the Faith when discussing it with youth. They are extremely intelligent and thoughtful. My girlfriend is 24, and so is very close to being part of that generation. Her sister is 21 and her younger brother is just about to graduate high school. All three ask very thoughtful questions about the faith.

William Sculley said...


What the youth in our country need is not another cool Christian ministry where you have trampolines on a basketball court to do rad dunks with. What they need is a loving and caring person who is willing to listen to the struggles they encounter in life and give them real advice about how they should live in this present life based on the principles which were given to us by the Apostles.

We need to face the fact that we will never be the "cool kids on the block". We have been around that block too many times now. We need to be the one who isn't afraid to say "hey, son, you are going to wreck your life if you keep doing what you're doing." Certainly, they won't LIKE being told that, but later in life, they will appreciate it. I'm at that age now where most of the advice I'm applying to my life is stuff I was told to apply as a youth. I'm done being a cool kid bucking the system, and I still remember the message my parents gave me about moral living.

On top of that, we need to teach our youth solid Christian doctrine, because what you believe will effect how you worship, and the way in which you worship will inevitably effect the way in which you live. Our youth DESERVE to be taught the Truth of theology, not simplified truisms, but the real meat of the faith. You should have finished teaching the simple things when they were children. Now that they are teens, you should be teaching them the rest of the Faith. A person who was raised in the Church shouldn't be stumped when he is asked what it means to believe that Jesus is Lord or what it means to say that Jesus is of one essence with the Father. Thankfully, God prevented me from falling away from Him even though I was not taught these things as a youth. But how many have fallen away because they didn't have a proper foundation of doctrine upon which to build their adult life?

May the Lord give us wisdom as we, the generation of adults today, go about the task of raising our children up in the way in which they should walk, so that they will never depart from it.

As always, pray for me, an unworthy servant of the most high God.

Debra said...

In my previous post I mentioned this brother who had his life eternally changed as well as his family. He wanted his wife to change but a believer said why don't you do the changing and see what happens. That's when she too gave her life to the Lord. This is not a formula for all situations as some are married to abusers who don't want to change regardless if it is the husband or wife. I just thought it was interesting the day after I posted we meet this brother who shared his story with us. So I know God can use a church system to draw men onto Himself. God reveals things to us as we grow in Him such as mason or Luciferian infiltration among other things. Even then a new born in Christ can have incredible discernment given by God's Holy Spirit. Believers can sit in church buildings for years listening to heresy and yet never test what they are teaching.

Anonymous said...

dear bible believer you do agree with another voice blog with everything.

Anonymous said...

dear bible believer you do agree with another voice blog with everything.

Anonymous said...

I believe it's coming from the CNP which is controlled by Rome. Every false doctrine imaginable is promoted by the CNP. From dispensationism all the way to the false "nephilim" doctrine. From Tim Lahaye to Chuck Missler. You posted really good articles about the CNP's control of the "Christian right", and they are just as important now as they were then. Keep up the good work and God bless......James

Debra said...

God will judge us individually and not "corporately". 501-3c's require a corporate board of governance. We each are accountable to God for our own walk with Him. So as a whole the body of Christ cannot be sociopathic because God sees each of our hearts. His true church is under His reign and control while being transformed. I do agree that many have infiltrated and have positioned themselves as born again believers and they lead some sheep astray. Could a sheep become sociopathic? Probably thru idolatry and a seared conscience but you would have to see fruit to know they are truly born again. Now a days it's all about social justice in the church corporations. Most of them do have outreaches for the poor but can't say all.,The war thing is a brainwashing of the masses as royals and leaders decide they want more power and money. So does being a social justice person vs a sociopath get you into heaven? 7:21-23King James Version (KJV)

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.re not. The bad part is when some of the sheep follow diabolical leaders without discernment. If a sheep follows evil teachings do they become sociopathic? Now a days it's all about social justice. Could that be sociopathic as well? Any deed without God's love and Spirit indwelling cannot open the gates of heaven. Jesus will say depart from Me, I never knew you. And of course they will say but look at all the hearings I've done and helped the poor.

Bible Believer said...

Debra, the false Christians are evil, and well I will admit sure the media is out to make Christians look bad but the luciferian leaders and their blind followers are helping them. Sure this is an article written by unbelievers, but what has happened to give them such a dark view of "Christians", the followers of the antichrist have succeeded.

Sorry to hear the big mega churches are full around you.

Anon, Id go to a church like that if I could find one.

Most want the flash and "entertainment". It seems being a passive observer would be boring to most but I guess not.

I don't trust Huffington Post, but then all our news is "managed" now and "biased" dependent on the right or left matrix.

I agree about the youth remaining uneducated in spiritual matters. Some are fully secular and aren't even being told very basic biblical things.

I don't get a lot of memes either, what is that Pepe the frog stuff about, I don't get it either.

I am glad you do ASL in the community. Are you HOH or deaf William? I am HOH. I have not learned ASL.

I agree James a lot of evil is coming from the CNP

Bible Believer said...

One thing too with this article, the right and left divisions are growing more acute,

I feel like the country is on the brink of a war between right and left, and even asked in one article are they setting us up for Civil War? I hope I am not too extreme to ask that.

So yes the NWo is using the Christian hate, but then the luciferians have gotten the "churches" to cheer for the oppression of the poor and the police state etc, and this is increasing the hate and violence.

Bible Believer said...

This matter has been addressed before,but I do believe there are some saved people in the churches, I do not want people to think I see every person in the church system as lost.That is not true, but just want to clarify, I believe salvation is individual too. My main point is that the unbelieving world is seeing the "Christian" church as their cold, hard and sociopathic oppressors, this has come about from the marriage to evil right wing politics.Yes there is evil on the left too of course. This means more people are being turned against the gospel by false leaders and more.

I dare say I am worried about the right and left divide. Some see me as a leftists supporting disabled causes, I had a friend on Facebook last night tell me they saw me as a "conservative" LOL I said I am against Trump and the Republican party and you see me a "conservative", oh they know I hate both parties but trying to get people to think outside of the left right box is hard. She probably put me in "conservative" camp because I am outwardly against the one world religion, and theologically "conservative". Ugh I know the terms are all limited.

Heres the deal, we have to be careful of the liberals stinks, conservatives good,angle, some of those liberals could be future Christians.