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Here's a comment that recently showed up out of the blue on a post I wrote almost four years ago.

Note the result of my little demonic activity check. The anon who went to the trouble of digging up a post from 2015 just to leave a mocking comment suddenly falls silent when I ask him to make a profession of faith in Jesus Christ. This wasn't the last instance of that phenomenon.

Brian Niemeier, Kairos 7 Comments [4/11/2019 6:18:48 AM]
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Doubting Thomas

I assume that you're an adult. Don't you think it's about time you stopped believing in boogeymen?

4/11/2019 6:56:10 AM



"suddenly falls silent when I ask him to make a profession of faith in Jesus Christ."

Just like you falling silent when asked to make a profession of faith in observable reality.

4/11/2019 7:17:45 AM

DarkPhoenix

Because when you start blathering on about demons and driving them away with THE POWER OF CHRIST, most rational people realize you're a hopeless cause and not worth the time or effort to argue with?

Or, more likely, they're like me and leave comments on things they don't agree with on sites, and then forget to check back for responses?

4/11/2019 8:32:36 AM

Kanna

Why should anybody believe? If you can't show a real reason why we should believe your statements, didn't it ever occur to you that you may be pinning your entire hope on a myth?

4/11/2019 12:10:04 PM

Anon-e-moose

'Humiliating' someone doesn't work that way.

But that anon certainly got you triggered, Bri.

There's an extremely good reason why the phrase 'Never Google Yourself' exists: and - certainly in your instance - FSTDT is why you shouldn't.

Take it from a veteran Anon of the internet's 11th Circle of Hell: FSTDT is just a word. 4chan's /b/ is much, much worse. [/"Event Horizon"]

4/11/2019 6:03:23 PM

Swede

Went to the trouble of digging up a post from 2015? No trouble at all; just use the Random function here and go to whatever darnedest thing it brings up...

What would you say, Bri-Bri, if someone asked you to make a profession of faith in Gaia?

When someone says something profoundly nonsensical or stupid, the first reaction might well be to be stunned into silence. Then, one might come to the conclusion that No, there is no sensible answer that will satisfy me and them; I might as well stay silent. In short, it's not a positive result of "demonic activity", but of stupidity in you.

4/14/2019 7:24:52 AM



Is it possible they don't have faith in Jesus? And it has happened again after?

4/14/2019 7:29:35 AM

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