[Linux4christians] False Teachers
hpp3 at bluebottle.com
Tue May 2 17:04:47 EDT 2006
After reading this site, I am convinced that it is a fake site, that
is she (if it is a she) is simply spreading a bunch of (potentially
damaging) Foolishness (yes, with a capital 'F'). The Bible has harsh
words for Fools and that includes the futility of trying to get them
to quit their foolishness. Yes, it is probably intended to get casual
browsers to think Christians are crazy (like they need any help...).
Right up the same alley as Landover Baptist and Objective Ministries.
My advice? Stay away. Prayers would be wasted breath, and any
engagement would be akin to fighting a tar-baby. My apologies for
failing to find any humor in it. Much like a self-wrecking train
built by Boeing would not be funny.
Quoting AKAImBatman <akaimbatman at gmail.com>:
> ** *"**Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season;
> rebuke and encourage--with great patience and careful instruction.
> For the
> time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine.
> Instead, to
> suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number
> teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. They will
> turn their
> ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths.**"*
> *2 Timothy 4:2-4
> I can't help but think of this passage after having read the
> article Linux:
> A European threat to our computers and its complement Digg.com,
> Theinquirer.net : Gutter-dwelling Liberal Attack Sites over on
> ShellyTheRepublican.com. The author repeatedly invokes the name of
> God to
> support her views that the Linux is a European anti-Christian
> and that Microsoft is the center for things good and Holy. (?) In
> the author as well as the site's owner refuse to accept correction.
> from myself, mind you. I have only been observing for now. "Fools
> in...") My conclusion is that this person is willingly acting as a
> The frustrating part about false teachers like this is that they
> trying to harm Christians directly (I have a hard time believing
> that many
> Christians would be so easily lead astray by this tripe, though
> certainly possible.), but rather the cause of Christianity. The
> problem is
> that they are directly harming the spread of God's Word by
> promoting an
> image of Christians that's all about hate, blindness, and foolish
> to all things untrue. The fact that this site has obviously become
> with non-believers (as a source for "amusement") only furthers the
> At this moment I am uncertain how to approach this issue. Should we
> take a
> stance and fight this, or simply allow God to deal with it in other
> ways? I
> am currently praying for guidance on the subject. In the meantime,
> I ask
> that we all pray against this spirit of false teachings and pray
> that it
> will be exposed for the fraud that it is. Last but not least, I
> think we
> should pray for the souls currently cooperating with these spirits.
> easy to forget to love our neighbors when our neighbors are
> cooperating with
> the devil's plan. But every soul is precious to the Lord, so let's
> not allow
> anger to cloud our judgement.
> Thank you.
> (Warning: If you don't feel prepared at the moment to go into the
> lions den,
> please do not follow these links! These are obviously very hateful
> who have bred a great deal of hate in others. Besides the article
> many non-Christians have taken it upon themselves to add their own
> and crude comments. If you are not feeling up for spiritual
> warfare, it's
> best that you keep these disgusting things out of your soul.)
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