According to Eric Rudolf

Jesus would condone “militant action in defense of the innocent.”

There’s a lovely little piece on him on CNN today and how he is taunting victims from prison. He is apparently sending letters/essays to a friend who posts them on the Internet. It seems he doesn’t actually use their names, but those who know the details know exactly who he’s writing about. Here is an example of something he wrote about a nurse that he injured…

Rudolph recalls how Emily Lyons, in court, described the pain of her injuries and made an obscene gesture at Rudolph as she showed off a finger mangled by the blast. Rudolph writes:

“It was a great speech and one that the denizens of freedom should be proud to enshrine in a museum somewhere. Perhaps they could put it next to MLKs `I Have a Dream.’ They could call it `I Have a Middle Finger.”‘

I would say that this was a shocking display of mockery for someone who claims to be a Christian if it weren’t a current trend. Honestly, these people don’t surprise me anymore…such that I automatically expect every Christian to have a hidden agenda, or at the very least some level of hatred for those who don’t believe exactly as they do. I really can’t help it. It’s like crying wolf. You have a bunch of people who espouse the ideals of Jesus Christ yet couldn’t live in his path to save their own lives. Perhaps that’s why they give themselves up for others so often. The idea that those who can’t do, teach.

Anyway, the point I’m getting to is that this guy couldn’t get further away from the grace of God if he crucified a baby himself.

3 thoughts on “WWJD?

  1. Yes, unless it is deemed harmful to the public. There is some question whether these things qualify. He’s not writing them directly to victims or naming the victims. He’s doing this surreptitiously. Therefore, there’s not much the law can do.

  2. Just another example of Christians taking the “Word” (or their status as Christians) and twisting it to suit their needs. I say that as a Christian. By the way, I have no hidden agenda. Call it blaspemy, but I think God is too big for one religion.

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