posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 11:33 PM
will have to worship the antichrist in order to get the mark.
I am wondering what exactly is accomplished here if the mark of the beast is so obvious? What amount of faith is involved? Does everything have to
be so obvious for Christians?
So if I reason that I'll kneel to the beast, yadda-yadda, and get the chip, then my soul CANNOT be redeemed, even if I eventually killed a whole
bunch of chippers on the inside? Would Jesus roast me in hell forever just because I wanted to help Him out?
Look, if they line us up for chips and it's that or death, the context of the world is going to be severely altered prior to that. A lot of people
will be dead before that moment, which will mean that lots of folks will have lost family members and loved ones and this will be on their mind at the
'chip' moment. It's hard to say how any of us will feel.
At that point it will be the end of discussion and SURVIVAL will rule the day. Sure, there'll be Heaven's Gate folks who will line up to die for
Christ or Aliens or whatever, but that's YOUR moment, so don't ruin it for those of us who might want to take some freaking chip and live on to
FIGHT such slavery here on earth.
Heading morosely and righteously to the axeman's block seems pretty weak to me. I'd like my life to mean something. If Jesus wants to burn me
forever because I wanted to infiltrate an actual evil and wreck it from the inside, then He's got that right, I suppose.
How do you know that when you gt to heaven, Jesus isn't going to smack you upside the head and say, "You moron! You were supposed to fight it!"