As the writer explains so well, the reason why people are sent to hell – they don’t choose to go there – is because they love darkness.
Definitions: We all know what genes are so we don’t need to wrangle about that. And memes. If you said it’s about me me, look at me-me, you would not be far off the mark. Memes are bits of our social selves that we transmit through time and space. I think it was the evangelist Richard Dawkins, who coined the term “meme.” Now what does the person who believes that life’s main purpose is transmitting his genes and memes fixate upon? Yep, me-me.
“What was that you said, Richard Dawkins is an evangelist?”
For sure, he is.
In this meme we have what appears to be an Eskimo fishing while speaking to an unseen Christian priest/missionary. The Eskimo asks whether those who are ignorant of God’s righteous character and our moral rebellion against him would, in light of that very ignorance, be held accountable. The priest/missionary replies “No, not if you did not know.” The Eskimo’s response is the key to understanding the single point of the meme, “Then why did you tell me?” According to the rationale of the meme’s creator, Christians appear to hold to 3 contradictory beliefs: a) Those who reject the message of sin and the forgiveness provided by the cross-work of Jesus are eternally damned (i.e. go to hell), b) it is the Christian’s job to tell as many people as possible the message of sin and…
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