Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – just in case you weren’t completely sure that conservative Christians were inhumane

Shilled by Ken Ham of the failed Ark museum and the Creation museum, we have this prize.  If you don’t want to click, here’s a screen capture of their vileness.  It wouldn’t surprise me if they take this down to try to hide what they really think.

“Put together a medical mission team in your church for a local response (kind of like Samaritan’s Purse, but a local effort). The beauty of such a team is that infectious disease outbreaks happen regularly. Having something in place will mobilize the church moving forward.

Purchase as many personal hygiene products that are currently in high demand. We need to quit making memes about the shortages of toilet paper and hand sanitizer worldwide and begin to realize that people perceive these items as a need. Churches should stock up on these supplies for distribution to their local communities. Ideas for this include taking supplies to your community or putting together fliers indicating that your church is distributing free personal hygiene products. And if people quit overbuying these supplies, why wouldn’t the church not use the same items for its members during our weekly services? It just makes sense to promote good personal hygiene because it is ultimately derived from a biblical worldview.

Have someone creative and biblical write a tract for distribution to each person receiving the personal hygiene products. What a travesty to meet people’s physical needs and neglect to tell them about their most important spiritual need: a relationship with the Creator Redeemer Jesus Christ. Here’s an idea of something you can include to answer hard questions in light of sickness and death.”

So, we have Christians who think it’s great that there is a pandemic, and who want to horde supplies, but supplies that no one needs for the coronavirus.  And then only give them out if they can also proselytize to the person who think they need toilet paper.

This underlines that conservative Christians do only help people for their own benefit, e.g. their desperate need for external validation.  They have no problem in using fear and misery to make people agree with them.

Terrorism is an evil thing.

13 thoughts on “Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – just in case you weren’t completely sure that conservative Christians were inhumane

  1. I’m reminded of amazon outreach whose primary goal is to spread the gospel. Here ya go, here’s your clean water, but only after you get a free bible and some flyers

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      1. Yes. In a way, “here is the power we have over you. You must first learn why we have superior weapons. If you accept that, then you are worth schooling”

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      2. During Apartheid evidence of a ”Christian” name was mandatory if an African person wanted to work among their white counterparts thus most African children were baptized and their ID and Pass books reflected their Christian name.

        Gotta love them Jesus followers, right? (gag)

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  2. Isn’t that also the standard held by the Salvation Army? Sure we will feed you, but you have to listent to the service first…

    I swear I wish I could get my evil eyes glare to ignite those Salvation Army kettles when I’m forced to walk past them into the store. 😉

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