Monday, 18 April 2016

To Believe In Anyone's Rights is Itself to be a Respecter of Persons

For there is no respect of persons with God (Romans 2:11).

The west is the bastion of liberalism. One such thinking is its belief in "rights", among other satanic doctrines, such as "equality", "egalitarianism" and the belief that usury is not a sin, but totally acceptable.  All such thinking is of the spirit of liberalism, the ultimate form of humanism. The core of liberalism is to exalt humans above all things, and care only for what humans think. It is the vilest, most disgusting, wicked, evil, despicable, abominable thinking in the whole world. The world is full of abominations. The west, however, is the Pit of the abominations, as it not only believes in its liberalism, but seeks to impose it on the non-western world, and thinks that anyone who does not embrace liberalism is evil, pitiful and immoral. 

Many in the modern western Church have been very influenced by the world, that is the western pagan, so influenced by its thinking that it does not realise it. It believes that the doctrine of "rights" is not only absolutely legitimate. It believes that it is "moral" and even believe that the Bible is the foundation of "rights". Such western Christians also are full of fear of secular humanists who claim that "rights" is a secular concept, and not a Biblical one. Such a fear is unfounded, and the Christian need not fear anyone who makes false ungodly accusations against them, for the ungodly are fools, who know nothing but folly, such is nothing by deception: The wisdom of the prudent is to understand his way: but the folly of fools is deceit (Proverbs 14:8). Romans 8:33-35 also makes it that the true follower of Christ need not fear anything from the world, no persecution, ungodly criticism or slanders from the world, or anything else:

Who shall lay any thing to the charge of God's elect? It is God that justifieth. Who is he that condemneth? It is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us. Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?


The secular humanists who claim that the doctrine of "rights" is theirs are right. The doctrine of "rights" is a worldly concept, which is the cause of innumerable social ills. The belief in "rights" itself legitimises self-seeking and self-centredness, which itself means that the even believing that there is a such thing as a "right" one is entitled to is in and of itself a sin, a wicked, evil sin, which is the manifestation of pride. 

The mere belief in "rights" itself is to exalt humans. Humans are such great respecters of each others. Such 'respect' comes not true agape love, but from love of self. Respect of persons as Romans 2:11 and Acts 10:34 uses the phrase to not mean to merely exalt humans higher than deserved. Respect of persons means to justify humans for what they do or what they want, as if they deserved it. This manifests in not only bias towards the sin in other that oneself commit. It also manifests in believing others should be treated with dignity because one wants to be treated with dignity oneself. 

God cares for people and wants us all to love our neighbours as ourselves (Matthew 22:39; Mark 12:31). However, the reason we are to love our neighbours as ourselves is because God said so, and not because we can seek love from others in return. To love others, or think that we are to love others because we can seek love from others in return, or because we want others to love us in return is itself a sin. This is precisely the type of love the world has: a love which is not agape love as described in 1 Corinthians 13:1-8. It is selfish love which is unfaithful, wavering, conditional and fickle, manifesting in hate when one is can no longer receive any gain in return.

To believe in the "rights" of anyone else is not love, nor righteousness or godliness at all. It is to justify the ways of the flesh in seeking one's own interests of others, ultimately to justify one's own desire for self-seeking and self-serving. Such is exactly what the problem  of believing or supporting the "rights" of others. It is in and of itself to be a respecter of persons.