Therefore I take pleasure in infirmities, in reproaches, in necessities, in persecutions, in distresses for Christ’s sake: for when I am weak, then am I strong.(2 Corinthians 12:10) KJV
We love Twitter Trolls. They’re the unwitting accomplices to our evangelistic ministry.
They think they’re achieving a high entertainment factor by showing the world what an idiot we are, but we’re not an idiot and hell is expanding.
Not only the message that the expansion of hell is causing global warming, but that believing in Jesus Christ is the only way to avoid it. We’re using Twitter trolls to advance the Kingdom of Heaven.
We’ve defined the Twitter troll as: someone who’s incapable of either independent thought or original content.
We all have the same evidence. Our choice of paradigm determines what we think it’s evidence of.– Matty’s Razor
The fact that their presence in our time-line is for the purpose of disparaging us and criticizing our work is what makes them a troll. But the truth is that we use both of these traits to our advantage. We’re confessing to intentionally using Twitter trolls to advance the Kingdom of Heaven, and to promote the Gospel of Salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. A day without trolls is like a day of no progress toward the coming of the Kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ.
So troll me.
Faith is believing in something that you can’t see, because of evidence.– Faith, definition
Having said that, there are members of the Twitter community who take the time to engage in thoughtful discussion. These folk have revealed to us things that we would never have known needed to be accounted for by any belief system. We adapted them and found how to seamlessly incorporate the ideas. In some cases, like Kepler’s laws, they became the means of a major attack on the theoretical foundation of astronomy.
Here are some things that we didn’t know before starting to argue on Twitter:
- The Doppler effect in the transmissions from the Voyagers.
- The use of Kepler’s laws in rationalizing heliocentricity.
- It’s impossible to calculate the mass of the sun using only Hydrogen fusion.
- Measurements of deep ocean water show that it’s warming too.
- The Foucault Pendulum proves that something is moving, not what.
- The Aberration of Light proves that something is moving, not what.
Naturally these may be interpreted in either paradigm, but they’re all things that were brought to our attention through Twitter.
The important thing is to take the time to acknowledge the awesome group of people who inhabit the Twitter-sphere.
They can be intelligent, knowledgeable, insightful and a great help in many ways. They are also, for the most part, lost souls. Not only lost, but confused. The unquestioning belief in the heliocentric system causes people to reject what they can see with their own eyes. Our most loyal troll has repeatedly tried to demonstrate the impossibility of the Geocentrospheric model by posting a video of a perfectly functioning Geocentrospheric model.
And then the atheists of Twitter killed atheism in a logical coup by quoting the Bible as authoritative. They’re special people. We wouldn’t have been able to do this without the atheist science trolls (ASTs) and scientifically illiterate science worshippers (SISW) of Twitter.
There are a couple of people to whom we said that we would give acknowledgements to for being contributors to the development of the scientific theory of creation. We were being wry, but they’ve genuinely helped in one way or another: