Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Coming To Terms, And Possibly At Peace With It
















This writer has come to terms with his fate within the Church after yesterday’s meeting with the pastor at Ascension Lutheran Church in Littleton, Colorado, where the incident occurred a week prior.

Again, while the columnist’s response to the church’s pamphlet on depression may not have been proper, one of the worst things which could have happened was when the woman beside me sarcastically asked me why I was there.

You have read the article, so read it again to refresh your memory.

The incident has since shaken my family to its foundation and the older people in the church want nothing to do with me-which is fine.  I was not there for myself.  I was doing something for someone else every time I went there.   All which was confirmed in the past two weeks is that Christianity and Islam are practically the same with just another name, as both judge and condemn.

The Christian Church still rejects Science as the truth because I explained to the Reverend John Larson what the frontal lobes do-and he still told me I had no excuse-even after I told him Phineas Gage’s tragic outcome. 

Christianity has not changed since the Renaissance.  It is still vehemently opposed to scientific inquiry and scientific fact; choosing only to believe that behaviors are a matter of self-control-which they often are not.  Therefore, we have mood stabilizers, so that stupid people don’t get thrown out of windows or pushed into an oncoming Amtrak when they mock someone who has a suffered a traumatic brain injury.

He could not understand that it was Black Sabbath which sent my behavior back to base level on Sunday.  All he continued to reiterate was depth of my misconduct-and I was wrong to do what I did at the time.  However, it’s a reenactment of the OK Corral when one’s frontal lobes can’t do the job.

Christ did not judge people who behaved as I did.  He healed them.  It is unfortunate that the Christian Church has lost all its credibility, and judging people who struggle is just one reason why that is.

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