Friday, January 6, 2017

Wade Cox: Unless you Prosecute Murderers They Will End Up Being Sabbath Breakers and Will Start Keeping Christmas and Easter




Wade Cox shows the world once again just how disturbed his little cultish mind is.  He has posted a comment on his Facebook page stating how important it is to prosecute murderers.  If murderers are not prosecuted they will end up being Sabbath breakers and will start celebrating Christmas and Easter. Who knew!!!!!!!!!!



Cox is a prime example of what happens to one's mind when one claims to be a Christian yet denies the one whom they claim to be following.  To Cox, Jesus is a created creature just like koala's and panda's.

It is mind boggling that there are a few hundred followers of this buffoon.



8 comments:

Ed said...

So by comparison murder is not as bad as breaking the Sabbath or celebrating Easter and Christmas! LOL! This shows how extreme the armstrongites view of "days" are over simple moral and ethical behavior.

Black Ops Mikey said...

Oh, just realize that Wade Cox is just another Druid and go with it.

Connie Schmidt said...

False Prophets need to be punished too, otherwise, all kinds of madness ensues!

Anonymous said...

So keeping Christmas and Easter is worse than murder. It's like Christ being condemned for healing on the Sabbath. Now what's the answer he gave....
And this guy is a church leader. Unbelievable.

Byker Bob said...

Oh, no! Can smoking be far behind? Will they be cursed with homosexuality while they are in prison?

BB

Anonymous said...

Does The Calendar God demand this compliance for people who live on different planets too?
Or does it end on that Friday after Next Friday while heading East?

DBP

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Retired Prof said...

Wade Cox's view is consistent with the behavior of the god of the Old Testament. He got pissed at a lot of things, but the transgressions that made him wax exceeding wroth were failures to observe the rituals and taboos he had mandated in what we would now call the liturgical calendar and idolatry--performing rituals and observing taboos devoted to other gods. The legendary jealousy of YHVH overruled all other considerations.

So it is easy to see why Cox might conclude that, for imperiling souls, mere crimes against human beings, up to and including murder, take a distant second place to idolatry. This immoral "morality" is one of the many reasons I turned my back on Armstrong and the Old Testament god he worshipped.