Due to budget cuts, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse -- previously War, Famine, Pestilence and Death -- are now Sniffles, Hunger Pangs, Flatulence, and Ennui. Chris Conway
I find these 'faithful' people amusing because theyre in psychological denial, a masterpiece of banal self-delusion, completely untethered from reality.
At the core of fundamentalist Christian predatory behavior is the insatiable desire to make all humanity believe that Christian whims, doctrines, and fantasies represent some sort of absolute reality.
In this warped system, simple unbelief is defined as sin (John 16:9) and because exposing "sin" glorifies God, Christian operatives can collect rewards in heaven for doing this "noble" work.
This work is often referred to as a conviction from the Holy Spirit, when an unbeliever is made aware of the terrible sin they're committing against God by not listening to Christian nonsense and gibberish.
Fanatical Christian operatives can be found virtually everywhere, in every form of media, and they're always cruising the world looking for "unsaved" prey that they can witness their "love" to.
That "love" often means getting right in the face of an unbeliever and jamming their theological delusions down their throat.
They call it love because they're doing you a favor by telling you how to avoid being sent to hell by "God" for the sin of not thinking exactly the way they do.
You can be saved from this dire fate by believing everything they tell you concerning their version of God.
This nonsense has gone on for almost 2,000 years and thrives because people are often too indoctrinated from childhood or too intimidated by the fear of hell to question the wisdom of taking spiritual instructions from a gang of psychotic God-soaked thugs.
Time to accept reality in my opinion.