Checking the stats on my blog and noticed that someone had come in here from a site referencing Ray Comfort. Always curious what that twisted git might be up to, I thought I’d click over and read another Comfort smack down. Surprise, surprise! They think Ray’s the best thing since sliced bread. The post concerned whether it was a good or bad thing that Ray sometimes appears on panels with other preachers of the “health and wealth” sort (whatever that is).
What I found most interesting, however, was posted by one of the commenters:
If he goes and does not point out the FALSE CHRIST and FALSE GOSPEL these men preach, irregardless of what he, Ray himself, says, he is just as guilty of promoting the false gospel. Christ rebuked the Pharisees and the apostles rebuked the false prophets…TO THE SHEEP. The error here is in giving credence to their false gospel and christ and putting their idle chatter on equal footing as the Gospel and Christ….
If Ray is going there to share the Gospel and REBUKE these false charlatans, Glory to God. If he does not rebuke them and allows the sheep to listen to a false christ, he has condoned the false teaching by keeping quiet.
Why are we surprised? His partner, Kirk Cameron, sits on the heretical TBN all the time without rebuking the false gospel and false christ. Nothing new here.
Leaving aside the horribly weak grammar (I fucking HATE “irregardless”!), the odd habit of employing a small C for the false christ and a capital C for the True Christ, I’m a little shocked that they have anything but slobbering praise for former child star Kirk Cameron. After all, the man invented the crocoduck argument!
And another thing…and this always mystifies me…how can these gospel heads be so certain they know which Christ is real and which christ is false? Doesn’t it ever occur to them that they might well be the ones suffering the delusion, instead of (or just the same as) all the other Christians?
Of course, all theists are deluded in my opinion…but it strikes me as particular evidence of their religious pathology – that absolute certainty that they see, everyone else is blind, and not only that but all those other believers are doing it wrong.
The bible seems to be some sort of perfect amplifier for stupidity.