Dear God, Please Make Churches Hate Again

There’s a church I drive by frequently, and each time I do, I note the sign out front. When ISIS was all over the news, the sign said, “We Love ALL People; NO Exceptions.” It was clear to me that they were referring to ISIS, and it sickened me to see how cheap love has become.

By nature, I’m a loving person. I’ll help those in need regardless of background, unless there’s a specific reason to refrain from doing so. This comes naturally to me, but I’ve come to realize that love should not be thrown about indiscriminately. Love-inflation, like money-inflation, leads to bad things.

Now that ISIS is no longer in the news, the church in question more frequently has “Black Lives Matter” on its sign. Like so many other churches in the Portland area, Liberalism is its true religion. Those so-called “Christians” are like fetid water, flowing to the lowest point without reason or critical thought. They make me sick.

A KGW8 article describes how BLMers broke the windows of an East Portland church. The article, along with the embedded video, make it abundantly clear that the church is strongly sympathetic to BLM. Do they ever ask themselves why they are targeted? The article doesn’t address this question. Perhaps, if I’m in the area, I’ll take the time to ask the church members about their opinion on this. My tentative opinion is that some BLMers view Christianity as a form of white-supremacy.

When I see such church members, I’m reminded of some dogs I’ve known. Those dogs are full of love for anybody, and everybody, who crosses their path. My brother has a dog like that, and he’s an adorable dog; I enjoy his company – but he’s a DOG. People are not supposed to be that way. People are supposed to show some discretion, and judgment, when it comes to love. When we encounter a person who loves everybody, and hugs strangers, we usually recognize that there’s something wrong with that person. Sure, we’ll treat him kindly and smile at him – but we don’t want our own kids to end up that way. We want our kids to be healthy, well-rounded, individuals.

To any Christians reading this, please speak to your coreligionists. Remind them of what it says in the Book of Ecclesiastes 3:8:

a time to love and a time to hate,

a time for war and a time for peace.

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4 Responses to Dear God, Please Make Churches Hate Again

  1. 370H55V says:

    And if they don’t have time to read it, they can watch this instead:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVOJla2vYx8

    Words by God, music by the execrable Pete Seeger

    • jewamongyou says:

      It’s a beautiful song, and we’re reminded that balance is intertwined with the circle of life. To reject balance, as those churches do, is to deny the circle of life.

  2. onewhoremembers says:

    Churches were completely broken from their ability to preach hate by the most exaggerated narrative of the 90s & early 00s: the Westboro Baptist church. That one extended family, a collection of cranks with no prominent political or social positions, was treated as a national news story for a regular basis for years, all because they peacefully but obnoxiously preached hate. There were literally thousands of articles written for every member that church has ever had, a church 5 orders of magnitude smaller than the Hare Krishnas.

    Even if every single word written about them were factual, the lie of holding them up as noteworthy was not. And that lie is almost entirely forgotten today. They were used as a stand-in for all fundamentalists, evangelicals, and opponents of homosexuality. It was a major part of how the political class broke those three groups of their cohesion and standing.

  3. Tim says:

    The Christian Faith is an esoteric one. Things aren’t always what they seem.
    That doesn’t imply that the pastor of any one Church understands their faith. But at least some do. Regardless, most sentiments like this can be interpreted as being due to influence.

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