Tuesday, 25 August 2015

How Unforgiveness is justified by the Humanistic view of Sin. To Hell with your complaints about feeling "offended"!

The modern world is an unforgiving one, full of hatred and unforgiveness, thinking that anything that personally offends oneself is itself evil. The typical modern person thinks that what he or she thinks determines what is true and right. Such thinking has influenced even the modern Church. The heart of such thinking is not only self-centred and foolish. It is evil vile thinking that feeds on unforgiveness.

Many Australian Christians such as modern evangelicals think that whenever a person offends him personally, say, by the use of certain non-profane words, which he just thinks is "offensive" to him personally, it is a sin. Such is the self-indulgent narcissism of many in the modern Church. Such is the spirit of unforgiveness, seeking to twist the Bible verses which speak being in a gentle spirit of manner to justify one's feeling of being personally offended out of one's own narcissism. I have met such people before who I believe are true converts, who are a snare.

True gentleness comes from the heart, and not from outward expressions which many in the modern Church place emphasis on, especially modern evangelicals. They are the modern pharisees indeed, placing emphasis on outward appearance of words, mannerism and communication, rather than the heart itself. Beware of such people, who are true converts but form their own phariseeism through such contentions:


But foolish and unlearned questions avoid, knowing that they do gender strifes (2 Timothy 2:23)


But avoid foolish questions, and genealogies, and contentions, and strivings about the law; for they are unprofitable and vain (Titus 3:9).


Notice how 2 Timothy 2:23 and Titus 3:9 warn about avoiding not just foolish arguments, but foolish questions. Foolish questions from the fool in his folly are a snare and lead to death:
Let a bear robbed of her whelps meet a man, rather than a fool in his folly (Proverbs 17:12). 


The idea that what one thinks to be the standard of right and wrong, rather than what God thinks manifests in many in the modern Church who think that whenever they feel "offended" by another person's actions which are not sins is that of unforgiveness itself. 

You may ask why. It is of the flesh to think that what one thinks is "offensive" to oneself, rather offensive to God, for example, the use of the word 'modern Church' or 'western Church', is a sin on the part of others, such that you are owed something. Actions and deed which are no sins in the eyes of God, or done in a spirit of manner offensive to God, are not sins. Only God is the standard, and you have no right or standing whatsoever to claim that what personally offends you is a sin. Even if what offends you is offensive to God, it is not a sin because it offends you, but because it offends God. Things are only wrong because they offend God, not because they offend people: Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, and done this evil in thy sight: that thou mightest be justified when thou speakest, and be clear when thou judgest (Psalm 51:4).


You, by no means, have any authority whatsoever to say what is a sin and what is not. You may say that you believe that. However, many in the modern Church believe that in their minds, but not in their hearts and actions. Their belief that what offends them personally is what makes it a sin itself is a vile evil fleshly belief that is the problem. Foolish naive compromising Christians who think that whatever offends them personally is a sin are the problem. 

You may say that you are offended by the claim that what is wrong is determined only by God, and not you or any other human. That is exactly what the problem is. You are seeking to twist the doctrine of sin to justify your own unforgiveness against those who have personally offended you. You are trying to make your fleshliness a standard. This is vile blasphemy and a damnable heresy! You will end up in Hell if you think that you have any authority whatsoever to define what sin is, whether in your mind, or in your actions. To Hell with your claims of feeling offended! To Hell with your vile idea that if something offends you but not God, that person has sinned!

You may still try to argue in your vile arrogance and disgusting pride that there is nothing wrong with such fleshly, carnal, human sensitivities, manifested in thinking that someone who has done something which is not a sin in the eyes of God, but personally offensive to you, owes you something. Owes you something by doing something that is not a sin in the eyes of God? 

Who are you, you vile, disgusting, arrogant, prideful person to think you what you think can determine what is sin? You argue that you are merely trying to have a standard of sin that you use to determine what others sins against you in effect. That is exactly what the problem is. You think sin is against other humans, so that you can justify yourself in thinking that sin is that which is against you. Sin is that which is against God, and God alone, not humans.

What offends people in the modern  world is often that which is righteous because the standards of ethics and morality, which does exist, in the modern world are based on satisfying the vile, carnal sensitivities of people. The ethic of the modern world is the ethic of not offending such vile, carnal sensitivities. 

Such vile, carnal sensitivities include the offense homosexuals feel at being told that homosexuality increases chances of disease, that the modern woman is truly a vile, evil, disgusting, narcissistic, useless, murder-loving, Hell-deserving, self-absorbed, deluded, foolish, abominable whore of a witch, and that the modern man is now the weak man he is because of these vile women of the modern world. Better to meet an anaconda when he is hungry than the modern woman pursuing her own ends. She will swallow the man with her lips. She is never to be trusted, and treated as a a vile witch of a whore because that is exactly what she is.

To understand what true forgiveness is, one must have a proper Biblical understanding of what sin is. Sin is defined by God alone for Jesus is the Truth (John 14:6). This literally means that God is the Truth, the only Truth. Indeed, "let God be true, but every man a liar; as it is written, That thou mightest be justified in thy sayings, and mightest overcome when thou art judged" (Romans 3:4). 

The blasphemous heresy that sin can be defined by humans, whether in whole or in part, is a vile doctrine of demons. It justifies unforgiveness on the grounds that offense to one's flesh can determine what is right or wrong, and thus, determine whether one should be forgiving or not. However, sin is not sin because it offends you, but because it offends God, and only because it offends God.

Jesus commands that His followers forgive, just as God has forgiven them.
Forbearing one another, and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any: even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye (Colossians 3:13).  


The humanistic perversion of the doctrine of sin and forgiveness is against this. It not only justifies unforgiveness, but it unforgiveness itself because it forgives only conditionally, and according to the flesh which does not nor can forgive.