If Rogue had been around when Jesus was here, the following famous words would've been aimed straight at him : "Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God." " (Matthew 19:24)<quoted text>
We know exactly what we are talking about.
I will make this real simple for you.
Christians like Jesus.
Actual christians emulate Jesus.
The difference is outright evident.
I don't think Jesus talked about the limit of how much you can do to help the poor and unfortunate either.
Is simplistic outdated technology where you draw the line? Should tech be the hallmark of the haves? Or, did it pass you by at food and shelter?
The lion's share of EVERYTHING Jesus preached was on this very subject. Over 300 verses of pretty straight forward word of Christ.
So, yeah... we know what we are talking about.
There is something especially sinister and blasphemous about your attitudes when you are trying to make sure the poor stay right where they are by holding up Jesus. There is something immensely twisted about defending your prejudices with a moral high ground found in a book that tells you that these people...
Those ones you so crave to kill each other, die, or just go away...
Are your greatest and perhaps ONLY charge in this world.
That... in a nutshell, is what pisses us off about your average vocal christian. The use of something sacred to validate ill will.
So, when we say "un-christian". What we mean is... it is a pity that there isn't a hell for you to go to. At least for a day or so.
I don't think I have ever used that exact term myself. But, I am pretty sure I know the feeling of evoking it.
But, by all means... continue to think of it as "funny". It kind of supports our argument if you give it some thought.
Well, the ironic part is that Rogue is a merely a non-remunerated serf, a vassal, a peon for the rich 1%. Go figure. They'd have HIM go through the eye of the needle for them. LMAO (LRS-Dale tm reg'd).