posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 03:11 PM
Halfoldman, you are totally right.
If people wish to participate in that, that is their right, as long as the crazy guy is willing to offer it.
As a believer in Jesus Christ, I understand that what he is doing is wrong. I understand those people are wrong.
He is selling because of the endorphins released from the damaged. It makes people feel more aware. Unfortunately, because of this, they readily
accept a spirit into them that is not good, but evil.
However, this discussion is not about whether this man is a true believer in the Lord Jesus Christ.
This discussion is about religious freedom. Well, it's actually about freedom in general.
If someone wants to be punched or kicked in the face, then let them have it. Why should the law prohibit what people desire for themselves?
But then there is another side of this coin. I don't think it is too much to ask that the government creates a deterrent law against self-abusing
stupidity on account of the fact that people have kids and those kids ARE victimized because of the rash actions of masochistic people.
So, I understand the need for a deterrent law (not that I agree with a state taking kids from a parent based on such loose interpretation of laws and
ordinances), but at the same time, as far as the religious experience is concerned..
If they want it, let them have it. That's how God operates as well. What people wish for is what they get. It's just that most people have no
clue the danger they wish upon themselves.
As well, there is something very dangerous going on here for the gentleman claiming he is kicking the Holy Spirit into peoples' faces; because if he
is lying, then he is condemned. Blaspheming the Holy Spirit is unforgivable.
Let's hope that he is completely ignorant of what he is doing and has done.