[These guys think that Rapture Ready is too liberal and willing lackeys in the devil's plan for New World Order.]
How does gambling, playing occult computer games, keeping silent while Jesus Christ is blasphemed, listening to rock music, defending President Bush's occult affiliations, drinking alcohol, participating in coarse, unclean conversation and unholy jesting and engaging in all kinds of worldliness make a Christian "rapture ready"? It doesn't.
Todd Strandberg's Rapture Ready Ready Message Board, which consistently conditions Christians to partake of these and other sins, has an agenda to make it certain that Christians are not rapture ready. Their stated agenda is the opposite of their actual agenda as evidenced by their message board content. Much sub or anti-Christian content is backed or ignored by the administration. Either way, the kingdom of God is being undermined, rather than advanced through this message board.
Relativism is the theme of the Rapture Ready Message Board: how a Christian feels while he is participating in behavior that violates biblical principles determines whether it is right or wrong. If he feels comfortable gambling, then he may gamble. If he feels comfortable drinking, then he may drink, if he feels comfortable playing occult computer games then he indulges, etc. As long as things don't get out of hand, conforming-to-the-world is promoted as being harmless and rather enjoyable. This is called giving place to the devil, and the Rapture Ready administrators and backers offer plenty of rationalizations to "help" the Christian justify getting off and staying off the narrow way that leads to life.
Editors, Liberty to the Captives 13 Comments
[7/18/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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