May 1, 2013
Comments of this nature are only true when describing fake Christian posers on the sidelines of spirituality. Otherwise, such criticism is misguided.
True men of the purest Christian faith are active followers of Jesus the Christ... the most fearlessly sacrilegious iconoclast of all time.
Jesus was a threat to organized, established religious institutions and their power-hungry, hypocritically-pious, money-grabbing, scripture-twisting, double-talking, politically-correct, mind-manipulating, self-worshiping leaders.
Jesus is the ultimate example of sacrilege because he promoted a direct relationship between individuals and God... thus cutting out the profit-reaping middle-men exercising unilateral religious control over the masses.
Jesus never ridiculed, condemned or publicly humiliated repentant sinners, the diseased, the crippled or the homeless. He forgave all who wanted forgiveness in order to set them free... permanently.
Conversely, the religious leadership wanted repeat customers forever. They made themselves targets of Christ's public rebuke.
The free-spirited dude from Nazareth was a total iconoclast who tore down all false images, all revered icons and all lying representations of God and His true intention for humanity, which is simply freedom.
The "illuminated" order of the day focused their venomous hatred on Jesus and would not rest until he was tortured, assassinated, out of their way, and out of public influence.
What kind of spineless, gutless, weak, wimpy, wussy doormats with no balls would dare follow Jesus Christ's explosive example today?
Real Christian men with balls of steel grab the mantle with gusto today.
Persecution of such men's faith escalates today because the adversary now knows where they are and marks the spot with a red dot.
Unaffected by fear, Christian men of depth and intensity got to be that way by overcoming the SELF. That takes real guts.
Are you a gutsy Christian man with cojones? Then nobody needs to tell you what time it is. You know what you've got to do...
Fight The Good Fight.