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Friday, February 11, 2005                                                                                       View Comments

He Did Not Go Willingly

by Reverend AtheiStar

Christians often parrot what they've been programmed with. Their savior's fictional execution is no exception. This, of course, as usual, comes from Biblical ignorance. They don't read their book and so they don't know the characters very well. It's a good thing we do. Without us, they'd be lost!

Here are two verses that prove that Jesus, according to their own mythology, didn't go willingly. He was forced by his sadistic father. This makes sense in light of Isaiah 45:7. Free will is just as nonexistent as they are!

Matt. 26:39 "And he went a little farther, and fell on his face, and prayed, saying, O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt."

Does this sound like a man who is going willingly? Of course not! He's begging and pleading with his father to let him get out of it. He wants to live. This is understandable. His impending torturous death is something he is dreading and would love nothing more than to live out his life. His tyrannical father, however, has other plans!

Matt. 27:46 "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?"

Here he obviously believed his father was going to save him and was expressing his aching diasappointment. He honestly believed his father loved him and would protect him. He thought that his prayers would be answered. He was wrong. He was abandoned in his time of need. His father proved how evil he was, once again.