Dan Holman - Missionaries to the Pre-Born, Iowa
Two arguments against the Justification of the Use of Force doctrine have recently come to mind.
Most Christians are taught that we are to “hate the sin but love the sinner.” Another doctrine similar to it is “God loves everybody.”
How many times have you read in books or heard from the pulpit “God loves everybody?” How many times have you heard “hate the sin, but love the sinner?”
“God loves everybody. Hate the sin but love the sinner,” this is assumed to be true by every Christian is it not? Surely these doctrines must be in the Bible dozens of places, if not directly, than indirectly. There must be at least ½ dozen times where it is clearly stated or at least implied. How can such a major tenant, such a central theme of Christianity exist, unless there is at least one clear verse or example in Scripture of its existence and use?
I often challenge people to show me ONE verse of Scripture or ONE biblical example of it. Instead I am directed to books, websites, and unbiblical examples. I will give a bazillion dollars to the person who can show me just ONE verse in scripture to support these doctrines.
I am often directed to John 3:16, but what about verse 18 and verse 36? God’s love IS conditional; God DOSE NOT love us “unconditionally” (another heresy). The Bible has much to say about whom God hates as well as whom and what HE loves.
A major reason why open air preaching is so repugnant to Christians is they are immersed in unbiblical love. If someone is preaching against the sins of our day, or holding a picture of an aborted baby, Christians become incensed! They are engulfed with contradictory feelings of compassion for the baby, and hatred for the person holding the sign. They think him callous who offends the mothers who have had abortions. They believe it is the wrong message to the wrong people, at the wrong time. We are turning away potential converts from the “gospel of luv.” How will the unconverted come to believe that God loves them when these unloving people condemn them?
It never occurs to them that they are heretics. Even when challenged to find biblical support for their belief and finding NONE, they still cling to these heresies.
One of the major reasons why the Justification of the Use of Force doctrine is rejected is because of this. We are to love the abortionist but hate his child-killing. Are we to love pedophiles but hate child molesting! What about the Florida man who kidnapped, raped, and murdered a 9 year old girl, and hiding her body from her grieving parents? To love evil people is to the hurt of their victims. It is truly unjust, unbiblical, and heinous. To comfort the enemy in wartime is a crime!
Christian indifference often passes for Christian love. People step over the wounded man on the sidewalk not wanting to be involved. They might offend the robbers! Are we not to hate the robbing but love robbers? Does not God love them in spite of their brutal behavior?
The above example may sound far-fetched to some, but it is an everyday experience to those who minister at the abortion mills. Christians walk by every day with these attitudes. They think their indifference toward the plight of the babies is holy! They believe the sidewalk counselors have not heard that God loves everybody, that HE hates the sin, but loves the sinner. “We are to love them into the kingdom!”
Whenever we go on a campus to preach, much of our time is wasted on the half-converted. Over and over again we must explain to these wayward hard heads that God does indeed hate. Check it out!
Two other biblical examples people usually bring up is the “woman caught in adultery” and the “good thief.”
A good thief is an oxymoron. Thieves by nature are not good. A "good thief" does not get caught stealing. He was a PENITANT thief, and lucky for him he was crucified next to Jesus!
The adulterous woman was brought before Christ to entrap HIM. They knew it was not lawful for Jews to impose the death penalty. They did not bring the man she committed adultery with as required by law. The witnesses, not Jesus, were supposed to cast the first stone. John 8:17; John 18:31; Deuteronomy 22:23-24; Deuteronomy 17:6-7
Christian students are immersed in worldly academics to the neglect of their souls. Most American Christianity fritters away its time in front of the television or the computer.
While on the computer, go to crosswalk.com, type in “God loves.” You should come up with 500 references KJV. Then type in “God hates” You will come up with 428 references. All these scriptures are conditional on our response to HIM. We should not be so focused as to whether God loves us as to do we love HIM?
If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him
dan & donna holman
P.O. Box 135
Keokuk, Iowa 52632
Office: (319) 524-5587
Cell: (319) 601-9349
Missionaries to the Pre-born Iowa is a weak and pathetic response to baby-murder.
DISCLAIMER: Missionaries to the Pre-born, Iowa, and its associates does not advocate killing abortion doctors, nor do we condemn those who do it.
Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed:
for in the image of God made he man.
Numbers 35:33 So ye shall not pollute the land wherein ye are:
for blood it defileth the land: and the land cannot be cleansed of the
blood that is shed therein, but by the blood of him that shed it.
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Chesapeake VA 23328
Another unborn baby murdered by a babykilling abortionist.
Any coward who supports abortion has the blood of babies on their hands.