Evangelical preaching: Preying for Jesus

Some people claim that sin is the disease and faith in Jesus is the cure, but I see it differently to that. I see much of Christianity as a ‘money making scam‘, and you only have to look towards the ‘evangelical preachers‘, and see how their spreading of the ‘gospel of Jesus Christ‘ is filling up their bank accounts. According to several sources, one in every four Christians is an evangelical, and unsurprisingly the largest concentration of them are in the ‘United States of America‘. The message of evangelicalism is to promote the gospels of Jesus Christ, and his life, death, resurrection, and his atonement in which he gave his life for man’s sin, and only after accepting Jesus and his sacrifice can you achieve redemption, and let into Heaven. So by that definition, evangelical preachers are spreading the teachings, and parables of Jesus in the hope of engulfing their followers in guilt.


Matthew 19: 16-30: 16 A man came to Jesus and asked, “Teacher, what good thing must I do to have eternal life?” 17 Jesus answered, “Why do you ask me about what is good? Only God is good. But if you want to have eternal life, obey the law’s commands.” 18 The man asked, “Which ones?” Jesus answered, “‘You must not murder anyone, you must not commit adultery, you must not steal, you must not tell lies about others, 19 you must respect your father and mother,’ and ‘love your neighbor the same as you love yourself.’ 20 The young man said, “I have obeyed all these commands. What else do I need?” 21 Jesus answered, “If you want to be perfect, then go and sell all that you own. Give the money to the poor, and you will have riches in heaven. Then come and follow me!” 22 But when the young man heard Jesus tell him to give away his money, he was sad. He didn’t want to do this, because he was very rich. So he left. 23 Then Jesus said to his followers, “The truth is, it will be very hard for a rich person to enter God’s kingdom. 24 Yes, I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter God’s kingdom.”

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