Christian Girl Loses Composure When Questioned About False Persecution Stories
My last post on false Christian persecution stories was based on a conversation I was having on a Christian friend’s Facebook post. Unfortunately, a Christian girl did not like the queries I was making, or the fact that I was questioning the obviously crass sob story that was being circulated. I got a notification that someone else had commented on the post and this is the out come.
It’s the Christmas season, you’d half expect these individuals to show some love, compassion, open mindedness, yet here I am being faced with insults, taunts and mockery, not because I insulted her beliefs, but because I merely questioned the authenticity of a persecution story when the evidences clearly did not add up or or make sense.
While writing this post, it occurred to me that it made sense that this particular Christian was emotional. To begin with, she was the individual from whom the article about alleged persecution was shared, so already she had preconceived and negative connotations about Muslims, it made sense then, that she’d be emotionally endearing in her manner of speech and behaviour. It makes sense therefore, that when questioned she’d obviously respond emotionally and without concern for her fellow man. Sadly, this is type of Christian is what Western Christianity is surviving on. Highly emotionalized and sensitive young Christians who see anyone or anything remotely unChristian-like to be a threat to the survival of their religion.
As you can see, in my response to her, I was cordial and quite pleasant, I did not need to insult her, no need to call her religion false, no need to mock her beliefs. I merely responded with Biblical references which call her not to be hypocritical in her manner of belief and treatment towards others, while conveying some factual points using references from her own scripture. I don’t expect her to reply in kind, but God willing, my cordial words to her will cause her to lessen her aggressive stance.
wa Allaahu ‘alam.
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