Friday, November 9, 2018


The guy was wearing an "I love Jesus" hat, but he was tearing up Bibles. 

The man broke into a Chesterfield, Virginia Presbyterian church and went on a rampage. 


The mystery question is, "Why does a man love Jesus and tear up Bibles?"

Here are possible motives:

1. The man could simply be insane. We fail to give credit to the present culture and social order which exalts insanity. Liberal Democrats have a daily feast of hate and rage, and then they are shocked when some weak minded person loses control and does evil in the name of some cause. There will be more and more of this as weak minded people are driven to react with hate and rage inspired by Progressive Liberals and Communists in our Government.

2. The "I love Jesus" hat may have been a calculated mockery choice, and the man was, in fact, a witch of Satanic Church member. In this case, we should be happy he did not come through the door on Sunday morning with a machine gun blazing.

3. The tearing up of Bibles is a clue to a possible motive. The "I love Jesus" hat could belong to a man who has had his soul sent into hate and rage for people who publish and use fake bibles. These offended people champion the King James Bible, and some of them will burn NIV and RSV bibles to prove their zeal for the KJV. The problem here is that the KJV, along with the Geneva Bible, are the ONLY two Bibles which are based on non-Roman Catholic Greek texts and manuscripts. Well over 200 bible translations have been made since about 1900 which are based on Vatican Greek texts. This whole debate is very rational and hammered out on both sides with civility and restraint. But, if a man is weak, or if he is wicked and looking for a cause to hide behind, he may become a warrior for the KJV who is willing to do violence to churches. The irony is, the pew Bibles at the church in Chesterfield may be the Geneva Bible which is taken from the non-Catholic Greek manuscripts. The fanaticism among KJV only people does not allow for the Geneva though.

4. The man may have been offended by a member, or the pastor, of the Chesterfield church, and he wanted revenge. The pastor and members will never admit that they offended the man in any way because Presbyterians are Calvinists, and John Calvin was a murderer and never repented of burning Servetus at the stake. Presbyterians are often very offensive and proud people, and to admit they offended the man in question would simply be too much like Jesus, and Jesus in still under probation in most Presbyterian churches.

What lessons do we take away from this?

1. Crazy men who attack churches are not typical of all conservative Christians. All the media and morning shows will talk this around until they have this man made into your average conservative Christian. Blast them to Hell for this creepy trick. It is really getting old.

2. Also, Presbyterians are not all offensive with Calvinist hate for anyone not like them. Be careful about dumping Presbyterians into the "them" and "they" category.'

3. But also, if you are a Presbyterian or any other kind of Reformed Church, take heed to your conduct. As you offend and gossip and trash someone in your church who is not totally conformed to you prejudices, consider the possibility that you are making a very zealous enemy. There are consequences. When you claim that crappy young lawyer John Calvin as your guiding star, instead of the Carpenter of Nazareth, you are investing in damnation my friend.

4. When someone behaves in an insane manner, they need to be locked up and throw away the  key. America has become way too patient with insanity and rage turned violent. If every nut case in America knew he was headed for a padded cell, for life, if he decided to go native for an evening, there would be a lot of allegedly insane people who would find a way to pause and restrain themselves. I believe some politicians like Maxine Waters need to be tossed into prison for their murderous words. This would restrain some Democrats.

5. This is SOP for the devil's mob. Jesus told us about what we should expect for following him, and in America we have so little of it that we think that we deserve to be treated better. I noticed a tinge of resentment and hurt feelings in the pastor of the church. How pathetic! What did Jesus suggest should be our response

Matthew 5:11 Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. 
12 Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you.

The moral of the story is, maybe the Presbyterian church in Virginia is getting something right, and they now have the right enemies. A pastor is worthless as tits on a boar hog if he has no enemies when he arrives one day in Heaven.

And, that is how I see it from Texas.