Sunday, 13 August 2017

Love Never Seeks to Ultimately Appease People, but Ultimately Seeks to Appease God

Many in the modern Church in the west think that love means to give people what they want to 'make them happy'. They think it means to appease people. 

They think that to saying homosexuality is a sin in a bold way is unloving. They think that saying that abortion is murder directly and clearly is unloving. They think that saying that homosexuals disproportionately abuse children is unloving. Whenever anyone says that, they are quick to rebuke people about 'loving' such sinners, as if they were so much for loving themselves. 

In John 14:21, Jesus says: He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him.

One such commandment is to preach the Gospel to every nation, baptize them, and teach them to observe Jesus' commandments:

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


Thus, teaching people the commands of Jesus, which involves rebuking sin, is to obey Christ. To obey Christ is itself to love God, and therefore love people.

True Biblical love always seeks to please God. Anytime where it seeks to please people at all, it is ultimately to please God, not people. It fears not people, but God and God alone. 

True Biblical love does not manifest in absence of fear, but in casting out fear, as it sacrifices its own pride and self-preservation to be righteous and holy. 1 John 4:18 says:
There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love.


True Biblical love acts out of duty. Tragically in an age where emotionalism is rampant, acts of duty are thought to be inconsistent, if not against love, while feelings of meaningless feel-good sentimentalism are thought to be love. However, as Jesus commanded His followers to love, He was telling what they are obliged to practice:

Master, which is the great commandment in the law?
Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
This is the first and great commandment.
And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

(Matthew 22:36-40).


To Hell with the sentimentalism that is so rampant in the modern Church! To Hell with the emotionalism which thinks that love requires emotions! To Hell with the doctrine of demons that loving people means to appease their self-centred desires!  To Hell with the doctrine that sin is defined by how much people have offended mere human beings!









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Thursday, 10 August 2017

True Biblical Love is Not a Sentimental Feeling, but Strives to Do the Will of God, No Matter What the Cost

Everyone in the modern Church loves to talk about God's love, grace and mercy, but hates to talk about His wrath, justice and anger. They snarl at anyone who dares point out that God is angry at the wicked everyday (Psalm 7:11) and that God hates (Psalm 5:5; Psalm 11:5; Leviticus 20:23; Proverbs 6:16-19; Hosea 9:15).

These Bible verses tell us this:

The foolish shall not stand in thy sight: thou hatest all workers of iniquity (Psalm 5:5).

The LORD trieth the righteous: but the wicked and him that loveth violence his soul hateth (Psalm 11:5).

And ye shall not walk in the manners of the nation, which I cast out before you: for they committed all these things, and therefore I abhorred them (Leviticus 20:23).


These six things doth the Lord hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him:
A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood,
An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief,
A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren.

(Proverbs 6:16-19).

All their wickedness is in Gilgal: for there I hated them: for the wickedness of their doings I will drive them out of mine house, I will love them no more: all their princes are revolters (Hosea 9:15).


Yes, God does hate the sinner, despite what you might have been taught by pastors, Bible study leaders, youth leaders, evangelists, missionaries, or campus ministry staff workers. His hatred of the sinner is a justified. 

God hates the sinner because He is love. His love (agape) is righteous. 

Agape love is one of the most misunderstood concepts in the Bible, if not the most misunderstood concept among many concepts for which many have serious misconceptions.

Love seeks righteousness and holiness above all, and disdains all that opposes righteousness and holiness. Love pursues such things first. It is love for God itself by which a person seeks righteousness and holiness. Thus, where there is true righteousness and holiness, there is love. Show me a person who has no love and I will show you a person without righteousness and holiness. 

Such righteousness and holiness, that is, true righteousness and holiness manifests is love without hypocrisy, despise all that is evil, because it offends God, not for other self-centred reasons. It is pure, hating evil without double-mindedness which seeks both evil and good. Such double-minded love cannot be stable love as it seeks both good and evil, that which cannot co-exist, but are diametrically opposed.  It clings to that which is good, hating even the thought of compromising with evil, or bowing before evil. It despises even the slightest taint of evil. As Romans 12:9 says: Let love be without dissimulation. Abhor that which is evil; cleave to that which is good.

Love is not a feeling. It is a  practice, by which a person must solemnly vow to oneself to love, manifesting in acts of love, be it forgiveness, kindness, graciousness, gentleness or peaceableness. It is practice by which a person must treat it as his or her duty to love. Feelings in response to such acts of love only follow the act, but feelings are never the foundation of love. 

Love does not simply give people what they want, just because they want it, as so many in the modern Church think. They think that telling people that homosexuality is a sin in a bold way is not loving, just because such sinners would not want to hear it. Love preaches the truth about sin. Love seeks to do good, clinging to it, despite the cost to oneself. Love is not blind as the world thinks, but seeks to discern between right and wrong so that one strive to do what is right and good.

God's love is not blind. It is because of His love that He sees every sin in all people every single time, and hates every single sin committed by every person, every single time.  

Love may lead to some feelings, but it is not a feeling which feels good. It is a practice.

The greatest act of love, performed by the Lord Jesus Christ, who was fully God and fully Man, was by no means a feel-good act. Jesus suffered the agony of the pain of dying a death He did not deserve, and being separated from the Father with Whom He had been in union with since before the beginning of time. He was betrayed, scorned, mocked, despised, and beaten, forsaken by God Himself.

Psalm 22 tells of His pain and suffering:

My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? why art thou so far from helping me, and from the words of my roaring?

O my God, I cry in the day time, but thou hearest not; and in the night season, and am not silent.
But thou art holy, O thou that inhabitest the praises of Israel.
Our fathers trusted in thee: they trusted, and thou didst deliver them.
They cried unto thee, and were delivered: they trusted in thee, and were not confounded.
But I am a worm, and no man; a reproach of men, and despised of the people.
All they that see me laugh me to scorn: they shoot out the lip, they shake the head, saying,
He trusted on the Lord that he would deliver him: let him deliver him, seeing he delighted in him.
But thou art he that took me out of the womb: thou didst make me hope when I was upon my mother's breasts.
10 I was cast upon thee from the womb: thou art my God from my mother's belly.
11 Be not far from me; for trouble is near; for there is none to help.
12 Many bulls have compassed me: strong bulls of Bashan have beset me round.
13 They gaped upon me with their mouths, as a ravening and a roaring lion.
14 I am poured out like water, and all my bones are out of joint: my heart is like wax; it is melted in the midst of my bowels.
15 My strength is dried up like a potsherd; and my tongue cleaveth to my jaws; and thou hast brought me into the dust of death.
16 For dogs have compassed me: the assembly of the wicked have inclosed me: they pierced my hands and my feet.
17 I may tell all my bones: they look and stare upon me.
18 They part my garments among them, and cast lots upon my vesture.
19 But be not thou far from me, O Lord: O my strength, haste thee to help me.
20 Deliver my soul from the sword; my darling from the power of the dog.
21 Save me from the lion's mouth: for thou hast heard me from the horns of the unicorns.
22 I will declare thy name unto my brethren: in the midst of the congregation will I praise thee.
23 Ye that fear the Lord, praise him; all ye the seed of Jacob, glorify him; and fear him, all ye the seed of Israel.
24 For he hath not despised nor abhorred the affliction of the afflicted; neither hath he hid his face from him; but when he cried unto him, he heard.
25 My praise shall be of thee in the great congregation: I will pay my vows before them that fear him.
26 The meek shall eat and be satisfied: they shall praise the Lord that seek him: your heart shall live for ever.
27 All the ends of the world shall remember and turn unto the Lord: and all the kindreds of the nations shall worship before thee.
28 For the kingdom is the Lord's: and he is the governor among the nations.
29 All they that be fat upon earth shall eat and worship: all they that go down to the dust shall bow before him: and none can keep alive his own soul.
30 A seed shall serve him; it shall be accounted to the Lord for a generation.
31 They shall come, and shall declare his righteousness unto a people that shall be born, that he hath done this.

His act of love, was in taking your sin and mine upon himself, for which you and I deserve to die, dying the death we deserve to die. He did so so that God's wrath may be turned away from you, so that we may be made right before God and live. 

You have sinned against God, incurring His just wrath. The just punishment for sin is eternity in Hell, a place of nothing but torment and suffering. Jesus took your sin so that God can dismiss His case against you, and declare you right before God. So, to be saved from the wrath of God, turn from your sin and trust in Jesus Christ. 

Do it today while you still have time.









Saturday, 5 August 2017

Exposing self-centred opposition of Islam among professing American conservative evangelical Christians



Below is my response to an slanderous attack made against me by “Stephanie” at girlwithadragonflytattoo blog in her response to my comment at https://girlwithadragonflytattoo.com/2017/07/25/the-most-evil-religion-in-the-world/. Her comments are in square brackets. Mine are interspersed in between. 
Please note, I am by no means a supporter of Islam. Islam is anti-Christ, and is rightly exposed as such. However, to single it out as the most evil religion on the basis that militant islamists hate Americans, white people and women, just mere human beings, as opposed to hating it because it opposes the God is the Bible, is just self-centred. So, that is my aim: to show how self-centred the article is.
[I think there are other religions are that at least as evil, such as wicca, and satanism. They may not call for jihad, but are their hearts not at least as evil as that of islamists?
I kind of wonder if you’re being sincere here…. ]
It is so easy to question the sincerity of a person who disagrees with you, isn’t? To disagree issue as to whether Islam is the most evil religion. What about hinduism, Buddhism, and also judaism where they are many militants in parts of the world who murder people, including Christians for not believing in their religion?
I don’t know whether you are just having an emotional reaction to my question, or has reasoning skills which are just so poor which can’t even understand why your statement may be contended. In case you think I am pro-islam, you are dead wrong. I am a militant Christian uninfluenced by Americanism, the idea that anyone who selfishly hates America and its people is just evil, on that basis.
[Wiccans are not saved (if they die, I’m pretty sure they’d go to hell), but they’re not out in mass trying to convert non-Wiccan believers, and they aren’t out in mass trying to slaughter people in the name of their religion. I’ve known a couple of Wiccan women, and although it’s only a couple, they weren’t raised with Christian values and yet were peaceful, even kind people. I think they’re playing with fire (doing the VERY wrong thing and dabbling in evil) and I did try to convert them through discussion and dialogue, but to equate their hearts and sins with those of truly evil people makes me wonder if you’ve thought this through. ]
And, it makes me wonder if you thought through how there are many muslims who are open to the Gospel of Jesus Christ too.  And, the problem of many American conservative Christians in that they have the humanistic mindset that murder is the most evil thing one can do, rather than to reject God and blaspheme God which is far more evil than murder of sinful people. Such is the mindset you have as demonstrated by your words “but they’re not out in mass trying to convert non-Wiccan believers, and they aren’t out in mass trying to slaughter people in the name of their religion”, as if it is to their credit.
[Same with atheists. There are some really generally run-of-the-mill atheists that think rationally and aren’t ascribing to a religion that **DESIRES** to subjugate, enslave, murder, and destroy other people. Can you really not tell the difference between different levels of sin or people’s hearts?]
The Bible does not talk about different “levels of sin”. Show me a verse in the Bible which does. You can’t because there is none. Such concept of the invention of the human heart itself which is such ‘respecter of man’ (Romans 2:11), who thinks he or she deem which sin is more justifiable than not. Sin is sin, irrespective of “harm” caused to people. People like you have a mindset that level of sin is determined by harm caused to people. Who are you to say which sin is more justifiable than not? Sin, by the way, is against God, not man (Psalm 51:4).
[ In fact, because of how evil Islam is, I’ve actually watched a few atheists start to rethink their previous thoughts on Christianity – just because of how much evil they see in Islam in contrast to Christianity! Some have started to see for the first time just how pure Christianity is, and how favorable it is for society, all because of them realizing how evil Islam is when watching the effects play out on their people and cultures or the cultures they seek to overthrow and dominate. It’s amazing and wonderful – but again, it makes me wonder if you’re really being sincere coming here asking me these questions. I mean, can you really not understand the difference between a normal atheist who is lost but open to seeing God’s truth when God convicts him, and a satanist who delights in harming children and animals and making smut tapes for fun? i mean, come on!! C.S. Lewis was an atheist, and yet you’re placing him on the same level of evil as that of a person ascribing to Islam. Even *he* understand how evil Islam was as an atheist and wrote allegorically about it in his books. Can you really not understand the different levels of sins or degrees of evil? ]
No need to reply to you on this as it is simply the same old repetitive garbage.
[I can’t think of it now (way too sleep deprived and I’m in the middle of making my kids breakfast) but I believe the Bible talks about different degrees of evil and sins and how some are punished harsher.]
So you feel so compelled to reply to my comment when you are making kid’s breakfast? No one would have thought. Or perhaps, it simply shows how deep down inside your targeted hatred of Islam is a selfish one, because of how it opposed America, white people, and women, your pet groups, rather than because it is against God.
[ But that’s way too deep for 8am thinking for me when I’ve been up several times with an infant. Sorry… Maybe you can take your own advice and start a blog speaking out against


Below is my response to an slanderous attack made against me by “Stephanie” at girlwithadragonflytattoo blog. Her comments are in square brackets. Mine are interspersed in between.
[I think there are other religions are that at least as evil, such as wicca, and satanism. They may not call for jihad, but are their hearts not at least as evil as that of islamists?
I kind of wonder if you’re being sincere here…. ]
It is so easy to question the sincerity of a person who disagrees with you, isn’t? To disagree issue as to whether Islam is the most evil religion. What about hinduism, Buddhism, and also judaism where they are many militants in parts of the world who murder people, including Christians for not believing in their religion?
I don’t know whether you are just having an emotional reaction to my question, or has reasoning skills which are just so poor which can’t even understand why your statement may be contended. In case you think I am pro-islam, you are dead wrong. I am a militant Christian uninfluenced by Americanism, the idea that anyone who selfishly hates America and its people is just evil, on that basis.
[Wiccans are not saved (if they die, I’m pretty sure they’d go to hell), but they’re not out in mass trying to convert non-Wiccan believers, and they aren’t out in mass trying to slaughter people in the name of their religion. I’ve known a couple of Wiccan women, and although it’s only a couple, they weren’t raised with Christian values and yet were peaceful, even kind people. I think they’re playing with fire (doing the VERY wrong thing and dabbling in evil) and I did try to convert them through discussion and dialogue, but to equate their hearts and sins with those of truly evil people makes me wonder if you’ve thought this through. ]
And, it makes me wonder if you thought through how there are many muslims who are open to the Gospel of Jesus Christ too.  And, the problem of many American conservative Christians in that they have the humanistic mindset that murder is the most evil thing one can do, rather than to reject God and blaspheme God which is far more evil than murder of sinful people. Such is the mindset you have as demonstrated by your words “but they’re not out in mass trying to convert non-Wiccan believers, and they aren’t out in mass trying to slaughter people in the name of their religion”, as if it is to their credit.
[Same with atheists. There are some really generally run-of-the-mill atheists that think rationally and aren’t ascribing to a religion that **DESIRES** to subjugate, enslave, murder, and destroy other people. Can you really not tell the difference between different levels of sin or people’s hearts?]
The Bible does not talk about different “levels of sin”. Show me a verse in the Bible which does. You can’t because there is none. Such concept of the invention of the human heart itself which is such ‘respecter of man’ (Romans 2:11), who thinks he or she deem which sin is more justifiable than not. Sin is sin, irrespective of “harm” caused to people. People like you have a mindset that level of sin is determined by harm caused to people. Who are you to say which sin is more justifiable than not? Sin, by the way, is against God, not man (Psalm 51:4).
[ In fact, because of how evil Islam is, I’ve actually watched a few atheists start to rethink their previous thoughts on Christianity – just because of how much evil they see in Islam in contrast to Christianity! Some have started to see for the first time just how pure Christianity is, and how favorable it is for society, all because of them realizing how evil Islam is when watching the effects play out on their people and cultures or the cultures they seek to overthrow and dominate. It’s amazing and wonderful – but again, it makes me wonder if you’re really being sincere coming here asking me these questions. I mean, can you really not understand the difference between a normal atheist who is lost but open to seeing God’s truth when God convicts him, and a satanist who delights in harming children and animals and making smut tapes for fun? i mean, come on!! C.S. Lewis was an atheist, and yet you’re placing him on the same level of evil as that of a person ascribing to Islam. Even *he* understand how evil Islam was as an atheist and wrote allegorically about it in his books. Can you really not understand the different levels of sins or degrees of evil? ]
No need to reply to you on this as it is simply the same old repetitive garbage.
[I can’t think of it now (way too sleep deprived and I’m in the middle of making my kids breakfast) but I believe the Bible talks about different degrees of evil and sins and how some are punished harsher.]
So you feel so compelled to reply to my comment when you are making kid’s breakfast? No one would have thought. Or perhaps, it simply shows how deep down inside your targeted hatred of Islam is a selfish one, because of how it opposed America, white people, and women, your pet groups, rather than because it is against God.
[ But that’s way too deep for 8am thinking for me when I’ve been up several times with an infant. Sorry… Maybe you can take your own advice and start a blog speaking out against every evil under the sun to make up for my lack there].
By the way, I already do” take my own advice”. I do before I say. I have long ago started a blog speaking against all evils, not to make up for your lack, but rather, as a stand-alone blog in its own right. Why would I care about your blog, written by a joker who is simply so upset about my objection to the singling out of Islam as the most evil religion.
[Coming here, trying to get me to qualify to you that I’m in fact, fighting on all fronts in order to meet your strange measure of whether or not I’m perfect does seem insincere. Kind of ridiculous to challenge a mom of young children, sleep deprived and exhausted, to take on writing about every single evil under the sun just to please *you* – seems so prideful and outlandish lol.]
No one is telling you to write article after article on all evils. You are the one who is deliberately misunderstanding, if not deliberately twisting my words, so that you can slander me as “ridiculous”, “prideful” and “outlandish”, and then laugh at me. I will not let anyone slander me, in case you have not picked that up already. If you haven’t, you probably show that you are not capable of deep thinking as you have said earlier that “But that’s way too deep for 8am thinking for me”. So, because of that, why would challenge you to write all articles of ideologies. You don’t even seem like you are capable of doing so, given what you write on your blog.
Why do you think it seems ‘insincere’ for me to make the challenge? Because you think that everyone who reads your blog must agree with you. Anyone who disagrees with you to an extent you can’t tolerate is just insincere to you. Yet you have the audacity to call me selfish?  You either reply happily to comments that agree with you, and attack comments which question even slightly what you say.
[I’m a mom of 3 kids under 10 that keep me extremely busy – one is an infant for goodness sakes LOL! I’m a wife to a husband who has a career that demands that I be all-involved in my own family and holding down the “fort” making sure everything is running well and smoothly in my own home. I’m living out (or trying to) what Paul said young women should be concerning themselves with being “keepers of the home,” “marrying and having children” etc… it never calls young wives and mothers to do what you’re challenging me to do – probably because it’d take away way too much time from them doing what God DID call them to do and from what their husbands’ need them to do (taking care of the home, children and family overall). ]
As you should. But you can’t expect every person who comes across you blog to know you are a “mom of 3 kids”. Even if someone is not new to it, you can’t expect everyone to understand what that is like. Not everyone is in your position. I’m not in your position.  And you are taking away time to me, by having to even tell you this, in response to some accusation against for not ‘understanding you’. Do you understand everyone?
Being a ‘mom of 3 kids’ is not an excuse to make a slander against someone, just because of your own misunderstanding of what someone has said.
[I’m not called to be some conservative social justice warrior cranking out article after article on every kind of evil in this world and spending too much time away from my kids and family to make strangers like you happy (hint: you’d never be happy anyways). I’m making a difference in my own community and in my own children, husband’s life, and family where I am… for you to basically insinuate that I should be doing more in order to be “allowed” to criticize Islam is just yuck. My husband’s job literally requires that I be his “calm” and stable person in life – he goes out and fights evil in our own city as *his* calling and makes a living while I maintain our home and children and am a soft, stable place for him to come back to. My calling isn’t to constantly speak out against every single kind of evil that exists by endless blog posts about them, or to get into qualifying arguments with strangers like you on the internet (even though you’re “not trying to be mean” to me, but still selfishly trying to take my time away from my husband and family and infant). The message of your comment is that you’re basically trying to tell me I shouldn’t take a small stand, on my personal blog, against Islam just because I’m not also taking stands against everything else *you* think I should be as well.]
No one is saying you are called to be a “some conservative social justice warrior cranking out article after article on every kind of evil in this world and spending too much time away from my kids and family to make strangers like you [me]  happy”.  You said: “hint: you’d never be happy anyways”. Let me give you a hint: you can’t truly understand the character of a person just from reading a comment he or she makes, which is what you imply in saying I would never be ‘happy ‘ anyways. I don’t even believe in being “happy” when it comes to reading articles. Rather, I analyse articles and seek truth. Any article which has a hint of the typical humanistic thinking of that which I will attack. Hope you realise that.
You’re making a “difference” where you are. So I am. To put you with discontented, easily offended people who take a comment about ideology so personally is really part of how I seek to make a different in Christendom today. Yes, I am a militant Christian, and fear no evil or slander.
I have never told you to respond to my comment. It is simply a comment. You are the one who takes is so personally, and hating me because I challenge you. Who do you think you are? And you even dare accuse of me “even though you’re “not trying to be mean” to me, but still selfishly trying to take my time away from my husband and family and infant”. It seems like you’re the one who will never be satisfied at others making you happy, seeking only praise and compliments from others who praise you for your posts. Not only that, you think that people should never make you upset, failing to even acknowledge that simply because a person challenges you does not mean that he or she is intending to be mean or unkind to you. It’s all your problem really in thinking I am “selfishly trying to take time” away from you. I could equally say you are trying to selfishly trying to take time away from me by having to even put up with your slanderous accusations. You think I have no duties to anyone? You must be kidding. I have relatives and family members to care for, on top of other non-familial obligations.
If you feel like you are being told to write more articles on your blog is to take time away from you, that is you’re problem and yours alone.  How dare you blame it on others!
Nice try on trying to psychologically and emotionally manipulate me, by the way. You have failed.
[Sorry to disappoint you, but this is just what it was. A definitive stand against Islam on a busy wife and mother’s blog, something I’ve wanted to do for awhile. There most likely won’t be posts just on blasting homosexuality, satanism, atheism or the like – mostly because I don’t have time to deal with the drama that those kinds of posts bring or to answer the questions that *are* sincere. I am against those things and do speak out against them in appropriate times and places, but for many reasons, I just decided to do Islam this time. You can read more into it than was intended (white supremacy you’re accusing me of – really tasteless accusations… bleh!) but that’s some flaw you have ascribed yourself, and has nothing to do with why Islam is evil in it’s ideology or why one Christian wife is calling it out.]
You don’t ‘disappoint’ me as you claim. Why would I expect any better from a person who writes blog posts about personal things, rather than that which exposes evil? Someone who thinks that thinking a bit more deeply is just too much.
Yes, I would challenge you again not to write posts on “homosexuality, satanism, atheism or the like”, but to speak up against it to people in your “own community and in your own children, husband’s life, and family where you are”. It is so easy to speak up against Islam isn’t it, and yet not speak up against homosexuality, wicca, feminism, atheism, Buddhism, and hinduism. Yet, that is exactly what so many of you professing American Christian conservatives are like. Full of foul hypocrisy. And yet you all complain about how the liberals think you all are just so hypocritical?
It seems like you’re the one stirring up drama in the first place by espousing self-centred views against Islam. If you are only concerned about how Islamists hate white people and the west and its ways, then you would be a western superiorist, which seems to be the case, it is justified that you be regarded as such. But of course, people don’t seem the superiorist or supremist thinking in themselves, because it is just “true” to them that anyone who opposed them is wrong, and therefore, worthy of contempt.
 Do you even think about how so many Middle Eastern people themselves are murdered by Islamists? Do you even care about how many Muslims themselves are murdered by other Muslims, or by atheist groups in the Middle East? Do you not care? If you don’t, you would show yourself to be a western superiorist, who thinks only western victims of Islamist terror are worthy of remembering, whereas non-western victims are not. Shame on you, if that is the case.
[For the sincere people reading: Mostly this was just a post to take a stand I thought was really needed and to let people stop following me if it bothers them.]
Do you think I am following you? Think again. Some people read posts just to learn about the discourse in the blogosphere to fulfil the duty of correcting error and speaking truth. So, I have confirmed my comments regarding your accusation as to my “insincerity”. I am “insincere” because I challenge and debate you. Nice try.
Follow up comment from the slander:
Since I really don’t want to spend much energy on political or negative posts like this… Comments are now closed!!!!
Yay!!!!
Nice try to shut me down. You have not succeeded, have you?


every evil under the sun to make up for my lack there].
By the way, I already do” take my own advice”. I do before I say. I have long ago started a blog speaking against all evils, not to make up for your lack, but rather, as a stand-alone blog in its own right. Why would I care about your blog, written by a joker who is simply so upset about my objection to the singling out of Islam as the most evil religion.
[Coming here, trying to get me to qualify to you that I’m in fact, fighting on all fronts in order to meet your strange measure of whether or not I’m perfect does seem insincere. Kind of ridiculous to challenge a mom of young children, sleep deprived and exhausted, to take on writing about every single evil under the sun just to please *you* – seems so prideful and outlandish lol.]
No one is telling you to write article after article on all evils. You are the one who is deliberately misunderstanding, if not deliberately twisting my words, so that you can slander me as “ridiculous”, “prideful” and “outlandish”, and then laugh at me. I will not let anyone slander me, in case you have not picked that up already. If you haven’t, you probably show that you are not capable of deep thinking as you have said earlier that “But that’s way too deep for 8am thinking for me”. So, because of that, why would challenge you to write all articles of ideologies. You don’t even seem like you are capable of doing so, given what you write on your blog.
Why do you think it seems ‘insincere’ for me to make the challenge? Because you think that everyone who reads your blog must agree with you. Anyone who disagrees with you to an extent you can’t tolerate is just insincere to you. Yet you have the audacity to call me selfish?  You either reply happily to comments that agree with you, and attack comments which question even slightly what you say.
[I’m a mom of 3 kids under 10 that keep me extremely busy – one is an infant for goodness sakes LOL! I’m a wife to a husband who has a career that demands that I be all-involved in my own family and holding down the “fort” making sure everything is running well and smoothly in my own home. I’m living out (or trying to) what Paul said young women should be concerning themselves with being “keepers of the home,” “marrying and having children” etc… it never calls young wives and mothers to do what you’re challenging me to do – probably because it’d take away way too much time from them doing what God DID call them to do and from what their husbands’ need them to do (taking care of the home, children and family overall). ]
As you should. But you can’t expect every person who comes across you blog to know you are a “mom of 3 kids”. Even if someone is not new to it, you can’t expect everyone to understand what that is like. Not everyone is in your position. I’m not in your position.  And you are taking away time to me, by having to even tell you this, in response to some accusation against for not ‘understanding you’. Do you understand everyone?
Being a ‘mom of 3 kids’ is not an excuse to make a slander against someone, just because of your own misunderstanding of what someone has said.
[I’m not called to be some conservative social justice warrior cranking out article after article on every kind of evil in this world and spending too much time away from my kids and family to make strangers like you happy (hint: you’d never be happy anyways). I’m making a difference in my own community and in my own children, husband’s life, and family where I am… for you to basically insinuate that I should be doing more in order to be “allowed” to criticize Islam is just yuck. My husband’s job literally requires that I be his “calm” and stable person in life – he goes out and fights evil in our own city as *his* calling and makes a living while I maintain our home and children and am a soft, stable place for him to come back to. My calling isn’t to constantly speak out against every single kind of evil that exists by endless blog posts about them, or to get into qualifying arguments with strangers like you on the internet (even though you’re “not trying to be mean” to me, but still selfishly trying to take my time away from my husband and family and infant). The message of your comment is that you’re basically trying to tell me I shouldn’t take a small stand, on my personal blog, against Islam just because I’m not also taking stands against everything else *you* think I should be as well.]
No one is saying you are called to be a “some conservative social justice warrior cranking out article after article on every kind of evil in this world and spending too much time away from my kids and family to make strangers like you [me]  happy”.  You said: “hint: you’d never be happy anyways”. Let me give you a hint: you can’t truly understand the character of a person just from reading a comment he or she makes, which is what you imply in saying I would never be ‘happy ‘ anyways. I don’t even believe in being “happy” when it comes to reading articles. Rather, I analyse articles and seek truth. Any article which has a hint of the typical humanistic thinking of that which I will attack. Hope you realise that.
You’re making a “difference” where you are. So I am. To put you with discontented, easily offended people who take a comment about ideology so personally is really part of how I seek to make a different in Christendom today. Yes, I am a militant Christian, and fear no evil or slander.
I have never told you to respond to my comment. It is simply a comment. You are the one who takes is so personally, and hating me because I challenge you. Who do you think you are? And you even dare accuse of me “even though you’re “not trying to be mean” to me, but still selfishly trying to take my time away from my husband and family and infant”. It seems like you’re the one who will never be satisfied at others making you happy, seeking only praise and compliments from others who praise you for your posts. Not only that, you think that people should never make you upset, failing to even acknowledge that simply because a person challenges you does not mean that he or she is intending to be mean or unkind to you. It’s all your problem really in thinking I am “selfishly trying to take time” away from you. I could equally say you are trying to selfishly trying to take time away from me by having to even put up with your slanderous accusations. You think I have no duties to anyone? You must be kidding. I have relatives and family members to care for, on top of other non-familial obligations.
If you feel like you are being told to write more articles on your blog is to take time away from you, that is you’re problem and yours alone.  How dare you blame it on others!
Nice try on trying to psychologically and emotionally manipulate me, by the way. You have failed.
[Sorry to disappoint you, but this is just what it was. A definitive stand against Islam on a busy wife and mother’s blog, something I’ve wanted to do for awhile. There most likely won’t be posts just on blasting homosexuality, satanism, atheism or the like – mostly because I don’t have time to deal with the drama that those kinds of posts bring or to answer the questions that *are* sincere. I am against those things and do speak out against them in appropriate times and places, but for many reasons, I just decided to do Islam this time. You can read more into it than was intended (white supremacy you’re accusing me of – really tasteless accusations… bleh!) but that’s some flaw you have ascribed yourself, and has nothing to do with why Islam is evil in it’s ideology or why one Christian wife is calling it out.]
You don’t ‘disappoint’ me as you claim. Why would I expect any better from a person who writes blog posts about personal things, rather than that which exposes evil? Someone who thinks that thinking a bit more deeply is just too much.
Yes, I would challenge you again not to write posts on “homosexuality, satanism, atheism or the like”, but to speak up against it to people in your “own community and in your own children, husband’s life, and family where you are”. It is so easy to speak up against Islam isn’t it, and yet not speak up against homosexuality, wicca, feminism, atheism, Buddhism, and hinduism. Yet, that is exactly what so many of you professing American Christian conservatives are like. Full of foul hypocrisy. And yet you all complain about how the liberals think you all are just so hypocritical?
It seems like you’re the one stirring up drama in the first place by espousing self-centred views against Islam. If you are only concerned about how Islamists hate white people and the west and its ways, then you would be a western superiorist, which seems to be the case, it is justified that you be regarded as such. But of course, people don’t seem the superiorist or supremist thinking in themselves, because it is just “true” to them that anyone who opposed them is wrong, and therefore, worthy of contempt.
 Do you even think about how so many Middle Eastern people themselves are murdered by Islamists? Do you even care about how many Muslims themselves are murdered by other Muslims, or by atheist groups in the Middle East? Do you not care? If you don’t, you would show yourself to be a western superiorist, who thinks only western victims of Islamist terror are worthy of remembering, whereas non-western victims are not. Shame on you, if that is the case.
[For the sincere people reading: Mostly this was just a post to take a stand I thought was really needed and to let people stop following me if it bothers them.]
Do you think I am following you? Think again. Some people read posts just to learn about the discourse in the blogosphere to fulfil the duty of correcting error and speaking truth. So, I have confirmed my comments regarding your accusation as to my “insincerity”. I am “insincere” because I challenge and debate you. Nice try.
Follow up comment from the slanderer quickly after writing her response to ensure I "can't rebut her":
[Since I really don’t want to spend much energy on political or negative posts like this… Comments are now closed!!!!
Yay!!!!]

Nice try to shut me down. You have not succeeded, have you?