Recently, there has been a rather serious problem going around.
This problem lies within prideful Christians, and how they seem to think that they are better than others (non-believers), just because they are Christians. The affect of this problem is that non-believers are starting to think of us as hypocrites and etc. There is a few simple ways to fix this problem, of course I, being a Christian, know how to do just that. First of all, why do we even care what those non-Christians think? They shouldn’t matter to us at all! We need to be completely close-minded towards whatever they say, because we all know we are right, and they are horribly wrong. Second of all, we need to keep in our minds that these people that are calling us out, are sinful beings. They sin left and right, and have no morals what so ever! As Christians, we are perfect and holy, and we wouldn’t want to get our hands dirty with such things. Third of all, I think we should stop caring for those pagans at all. Why show love to someone that’s less important than you? As Christians, we obviously don’t believe in things like that. Lastly, we should make religion and life one huge contest, and the winners, of course, will be us. We will be because we are the most spiritual, and we will be going to heaven! Not like those non-believers. I strongly believe as soon as we start to live like this, those non-believers would be more skeptical of our religion, and they wouldn’t want to even try to become a Christian. They would try to shun us out, much like we are shunning them! A third benefit is that there would be less unity between the right and important people (Christians), and the wrong and unimportant people (non-Christians). This plan cannot fail.
All of you Christians don’t get me wrong. I am not saying at all that we should try to be more open-minded towards non-believers. Of course not! Then those pagans would start to respect us and possibly be more open-minded to us as well! Second of all, don’t think that I am saying that we should also consider that we sin. It’s quite obvious that we are perfect, and holy. It would be wrong of us to connect ourselves with sin. So thank goodness we don’t sin ever. Thirdly, please don’t think that I am saying we should be more loving towards these people. In the Bible, I am sure that there is no place where one loves another person that does not deserve to be loved. Lastly, and I want to be very clear. I am not suggesting that we should stop trying to be the “best Christian”. People, God loves only the best and most holy. It’s time to face the facts. So, Christians, let’s pull together, and make sure everyone knows that being a prideful Christian, is being a real Christian. Humility is not for us.