Sunday, 25 May 2008

Post Christian-post human

I am heartened to see so many UK bloggers speaking out so strongly about the horrors of the recent bills that have gone through Parliament. We live in a country where the strong can kill the week and that is legal. The whole understanding of personhood has been abandoned as the strong seek to crush, kill and use those who are vulnerable and have no voice for their own ends.
In Britain we are 'proud' I think to be leading the way in sacrificing our innocents to the gods of wealth and self-seeking wants. Molech/Crom Cruach whatever name you like-he is here and many people, even those who dare to call themselves Christian, worship at his altars.
In the Catholic Herald this week they are saying that the UK is not so much post-Christian these days but post-human. The constant pro-murder, pro-sacrifice of the welbeing of children legislation that is being passed shows a distinct disregard for the sanctity of life.
The thing I find so bizarre about so much of it is the sheer pointlessness of the decisions. Killing babies past 24weeks is pointless. Creating babies and then choosing one who can be harvested for the possible welbeing of another child while killing off the rest is pointless. Creating babies and making animal hybrids even more pointless. We already know that experimenting on human embryo babies has given NO good results and that it is in ADULT stem cells the results are happening.
And there is such a SILENCE here. what response there has been is so muted with perhaps the exception of Cardinal Keith O'Brien-God bless him.
I am so saddened by this-so horrified. I don't want to keep blogging about it because it's so dark and disgusting; but I don't want to be part of the silence either.
"If they do this when the wood is green, what then when it is dry? Then they will say to the hills fall on us and to the mountains cover us."
Like Jerusalem we will reap the rewards. It's just inevitable.
Pray.
"Penance, penance, penance."

4 comments:

Kirk said...

Hallo Whitestonenameseeker,
don't you give up! Every prayer counts. What was that that Our Lord said about the woman knocking on the judge's gate?
I am new to blogging and frankly, after reading your other post I felt I would have fitted in quite nicely in Laodicea so I intend to change that pronto!
Anyway I will be praying for you and for Maggie Clitheroe tonight.
I thought I would just add my support. . .

Marie said...

The problem of English Catholics even made it our paper which said that Catholicism was dying out in England. The land of St. Thomas More? Unbelievable!

Keep strong and keep the FAITH. Not only is it worth dying for it is worth speaking UP for. Thankyou WhitestoneNameSeeker for doing just that!

Peace & JOY to you:)

Marie xooxoxo

MaggieClitheroe said...

I know what you mean about the depressing-ness of it all. But it must be stated LOUD and CLEAR, as you have done so well. It is getting the balance between being aware of the horrors of it all, and keeping up one's hope in God's Mercy.
Thanks for adding me to your list, I keep you in my prayers.

Stephentree said...

The Spirit which has been regarded last by Christianity will be first, while the letter and the interpretations of men will be last.

Christians that are veiled by the deluding influence of scripture and that do not get their truth from the Spirit will always reject prophets that get it from the Spirit. The hurricanes, tsunami and many other events were predicted as early as 1993 and even the LA train crash was predicted 13 days prior in order to reach those lost behind a veil of interpretation called Religion.

http://www.stephentree.com/predict1.htm

http://www.stephentree.com/whirlwind.htm

http://www.stephentree.com/new.htm