Stupid Things Christians Say

Today, like many days, people say STUPID things.

I’m not sure if I’m just noticing these things more, or if there really is just an influx in the stupidity, but today’s post is dedicated to stupid things Christians say.

Seen on Facebook:

Sept 11th (NY) Jan 11th(Haiti) March 11th (Japan)……..Luke 21:10 – 11 Then Jesus said to his disciples ” Nation will rise against nation, Kingdom against Kingdom. There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places and fearful events and great signs from heaven. Jesus says behold i come quickly,[ So…..ask yourself are we ready?][Sad to many people wont repost this message]

Seen on Christianity Today:

In the back of my mind I’ve often thought of the possibility of great suffering being a part of the opening of the heart of the great nation of Japan. A massive earthquake or a nuclear missile from North Korea topped the list of possible devastating ways the Lord might awaken that nation that I love. This, perhaps, could be one of the ways the Lord pierces the darkness of Japan with His light.

Seen on a Facebook post:

College is increasingly becoming a waste of both time and money. Any parent or child looking at “higher” education should seriously and prayerfully consider alternatives to “college.” Don’t get sucked into the “I gotta have a college degree, no matter the cost” myth.

The moral of the story?

The disaster in Japan (Haiti, and New York) seem to be opportunities for God to “save people,” and “pierce the darkness of Japan” and other parts of the world.

Really Christians? Really?

That’s kind of terrible, in a Pat Robertson kind of way.

 

1 thought on “Stupid Things Christians Say”

  1. Christian dribble that began by the early church fathers as far as I understand. I think it reflects a basic misunderstanding of God and the actions. This dribble sounds much more human than divine to my ears.

    Humanity has been trying to see the hand-of-God in all natural disasters since the Hebrew put stylus to clay. They were wrong then and they are wrong now.

    Just because some human wrote it and then quoted it does not make it so. This stuff is a good example of that. Armageddon here we come. Even Jesus was wrong about that! LOL

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