BASED ON A COMMENT
THE LOGOS — THE WORD MADE FLESH
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made […] And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us . . .” (John 1: 1-14)
To comment on Christ in a way that carries any credibility, you need to be Christlike.
To begin with the assumption that Christ is a fraud, or that he has no historical authenticity, or that he needs to be derided and disparaged because of his so-called connection with the “Jewish race”, is to place yourself at once in the category of those who are unfit to comment on Christ.
How can one pay the slightest attention to those who, in comparison to Christ, are spiritual pygmies?
To comment on Christ worthily, you need to love and understand him and be aware of the infinite complexities surrounding the Man God — the superior person whom you have the impudence to pass judgement on.
You are not worthy to judge and pass sentence on Jesus Christ for the simple reason that you are Christ’s inferiors.
His spiritual inferiors.
Do you think great Christians like Leonardo da Vinci and Tolstoy would rather learn of Jesus Christ and his teachings by turning to the dimwitted pronouncements of the arrogant Christ bashers on the Darkmoon site?
Or would they rather get their wisdom from the fresh spring waters of the New Testament and from the fountainhead of the great Christian mystics?
Try and remember that the site you are using as a platform for the denigration of Jesus Christ is a pro-Christian site and that it is being kind enough to grant you the free speech to ridicule and revile the Man God whom Lasha Darkmoon and her family of genuine truth seekers hold in deepest veneration.
This is not the Man God of the Christian Zionists. Nor is it the Man God of Organized Religion or of the corrupt Papacy. It is the Man God beyond Time and Space and Matter.
It is the Logos. The All Mind. It is the Word made Flesh.