I will raise my hand. I am a card-carrying Christian.
Unlike this woman, I try to convince others that Christianity is a better choice by my actions rather than through my powers of persuasion.
Sadly, many non-Christians don't think this woman's method of evangelizing is that far from the norm.
Don't be this woman. (Actual footage, not actors, from a community north of Detroit)
She needs a nice long spell in a lockup for disturbing the peace...ReplyDelete
That individual is guilty of everything she purportedly was denouncing. She needs jail, psych drugs, and her mouth washed out with soap. And she is no Christian.ReplyDelete
The thought that she was "off her meds" did pass through my mind.Delete
Some street preachers will claim that you won't need drugs if you accept their brand of salvation. My guess is that none of those preachers are Type I diabetics.
It is a lot of work staying on top of mental illness. Most of the drugs have side effects. It is very tempting for the mentally ill to "throw themselves in the arms of Jesus"
Too bad there was not a herd of swine nearby, feeding.ReplyDelete
You know that is still the most functional definition of mental illness. The demons are in her. Modern definitions might make doctors and professors FEEL smart but I don't see that they offer any diagnostic (a priori) advantage and darned little therapeutic advantage.Delete
Well that's just sad. Feel sorry for her, unless that IS her. Sometimes the meds are necessary.ReplyDelete
Smells like it was scripted to me. Common thing on YouTube-the video equivilent of clickbait.ReplyDelete
Color me naive. That never occurred to me.Delete
It makes sense when you figure the great range she gave the too-common "Mother-fucker". She never said it twice the same.
If the woman is an aspiring actress, Meijer's stores should take her to court, even though I can find absolutely no fault with how Meijers handled the situation.