Wednesday, October 19, 2011

If You Believe in the 'Rapture,' Then You're Cheering for the Murder of Millions of Unborn Babies

The 'Rapture,' as it's so lovingly described by at least 100 million Evangelical and Pentecostal Christians here in the USA, is the day when they believe their God will come back to Earth and rapture, or take up to their Heaven all of those who have been saved.

Talk to one of these Christians about the Rapture, and they'll get that same bug-eyed look on their faces that you've seen in people who've snorted too much cocaine.

It's so popular a subject, that millions and millions of books have been sold about the subject, like the "Left Behind" series.
An airborne Boeing 747 is headed to London when, without any warning, passengers mysteriously disappear from their seats. Terror and chaos slowly spread not only through the plane but also worldwide as unusual events continue to unfold. For those who have been left behind, the apocalypse has just begun.
In a nutshell, when their 'Rapture' happens, those who have been 'saved' will immediately disappear from this earthly realm and go to some sort of heaven; those who haven't, will suffer the consequences.

They claim that if someone is driving a car, they'll rapture away. Or if some engineer is driving a passenger train, they'll be gone. Same for pilots flying passenger jets, they'll no longer be flying the plane, which means most likely the jet will crash to Earth.

So here's where it gets weird. What about the pregnant woman on those planes or on the freeways that don't get that 'Stairway to Heaven?" They'll die horrible deaths in massive vehicle accidents on highways or die a burning death when the passenger jet crashes.

Maybe the pregnant woman wasn't in exactly good graces with someone, but who's to judge?

But what about the millions and millions of babies they're carrying in their wombs?

What has an unborn child, pure as the driven snow, ever down to deserve that kind of horrible ending that they say comes from their God?

So the next time some bug-eyed Evangelical Christian wants to tell you about the glory about being raptured up to their heaven, ask them why they're in favor of murdering millions of unborn babies.

As for this 'heathen,' I don't care for organized religion, since it has caused more problems over time than create solutions.

But I do believe that each and every day, a person should try and become a more spiritual person today than they were yesterday and replace that hate and fear that might be in your heart with love.

"Within You Without" You by The Beatles

"Within You Without You" lyrics by The Beatles

We were talking
about the space between us all
and people who hide themselves
behind a wall of illusion
never glimpse the truth
then it's far too late
when they pass away

We were talking
about the love we all could share
When we find it
to try our best to hold it there
with our love, with our love
we could save the world
if they only knew

Try to realize it's all within yourself
no one else can make you change
And to see you're really only very small
and life flows on within you and without you

We were talking
about the love that's gone so cold
and the people who gain the world
and lose their soul
They don't know, they can't see
Are you one of them

When you've seen beyond yourself
then you may find
peace of mind is waiting there
And the time will come
when you see we're all one
and life flows on within you and without you

After reading that nonsense about being 'Left Behind' and viewing and reading the beautiful Beatle's song, "Within You, Without You," which shows more love for humanity?


Noor al Haqiqa said...

The Rapture.


Did you know that there are businesses built around the rapture?

There are businesses that will, for a solid fee paid in advance, guarantee care and a loving home for your pets?

There are businesses that record messages to be delivered to your loved ones after you pass?

Needless to say, these businesses are run and staffed by atheists who the gullible believe will be left behind and therefore able to take care of Rover or say good bye to Great Gramma SallyAnn.

Of course all this crud comes from the Zionist infiltration of Christianity. It is pushed by the most sold out of sold out "Ministers" who have jets given them as gifts by Israel..... Who have taken that "old time holy roller good time religion of the circus tent" to the gullible and naive, the uneducated and desperate of America.

Dangerous folks. But don't worry, at least your pets will be ok when you go...

Noor al Haqiqa said...

BTW Greg you and I posted articles at about the very same time this morning. Mine is about cannibalism in America. I warrant when it comes to the establishment I write of, some of those unborn babies are probably on the menu.

kenny said...

Noor nailed it. Rapture = just another jewish scam. It appears that Scofield got this concept rolling. Anyone who would believe that their 'god' has chosen ones will believe nearly anything.

musique said...

Plane full of passengers mysteriously disappear from their seats .....

Hmmm, may be that happened during 9/11 thus no body parts, miracle of G_D indeed.

Heaven is a pretty boring place, I rather be in hell watching the Z heads & the israhell firsters burn.

Then I soar like a bird in the wind
Oh I glide like I'm flying through heaven

Speaking of rapture ....

Nadia Ali (Urdu: نادیہ علی; born August 3, 1980) is a Pakistani-American singer-songwriter, born in Libya and raised in Queens, New York. She gained attention as the frontwoman and songwriter of the band iiO, after their 2001 hit "Rapture" reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart.[1] The song also charted across several countries in Europe.

Rapture tastes so sweet

Greg Bacon said...

There are businesses that will, for a solid fee paid in advance, guarantee care and a loving home for your pets?

There are businesses that record messages to be delivered to your loved ones after you pass?

Noor and Kenny, right on! It's just a BIG con job, made to empty the pockets of those who can't or won't think for themselves.

Papal indulgences in the Middle Ages, where the rich could buy their way to heaven and now this con job.

Heaven is a pretty boring place, I rather be in hell watching the Z heads & the israhell firsters burn

I agree. From my time in the church way back when, I was taught that when you get to heaven, you sit around and praise god 24/7. Shit, after a couple of million years, wouldn't that get pretty boring?

If God is supposed to be, among other things, the source of pure love, why would he/she/it want to be idolized for eternity?

Mel said...

these nut jobs believe the babies all go to heaven in the rapture.. thus a very big ..nursery... yay..

Fair Use Notice

This web site may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in our efforts to advance the understanding of humanity's problems and hopefully to help find solutions for those problems. We believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. A click on a hyperlink is a request for information. Consistent with this notice you are welcome to make 'fair use' of anything you find on this web site. However, if you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond 'fair use', you must obtain permission from the copyright owner. You can read more about 'fair use' and US Copyright Law at the Legal Information Institute of Cornell Law School. This notice was modified from a similar notice at Information Clearing House.

Blog Archive