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« on: March 20, 2008, 09:40:52 PM »

Dear Mr Smith,
 
I have been a Christian for 20 odd years.  I have spent much of that time ministering in some capacity or other.  The last 5 years or so have become very labored for me - when I stand up to preach before the congregation (I am a lay preacher) I sense I'm denying the nature of the G-D I serve.  I have grown cold toward fundamentalist Christendom - it irritates me no end - the endless cliches and powerless rhetoric is enough to make me pull my hair out and vomit simultaneously.
 
Your site has become an anchor to me - a safe haven If you like.  I don't believe G-D hates unbelievers that much that He would torture someone for trillions of centuries in fire, forever and ever .. It is not in the nature of G-D to do that.  I have mental problems as a result of believing this garbage - I feel betrayed and screwed over by pastors who should know better than to peddle this soul tearing, life draining trash.
 
I have begun to speak of things in a new light to close friends - the result - excommunication.  I am cut off by senior ministers, not spoken to by associate pastors.
 
Thank you for your amazing insight - I praise G-D that He has led me here - let the pagan doctrines burn in hell.  May future generations be saved the pain I fee now.
 
Sincerely,
Phil.


Dear Phil:  What would be shocking is if your minister friends would take five or ten serious seconds to actually look at what you are telling them. There is an immediate, built-in, hostility toward the Word of God when God is not working with that person.  I would sooner walk alone, however, than in the company of those who blaspheme the Word of God.
God be with you,
Ray
 
PS   Just a little side:  It is not necessary to omit the "o" in the title "God."  That is just another pagan superstition.
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