A cross not to bear
A wonderful challenge has arisen for you, Christian churches of Tokoroa.
Will you pour money and 14 tons of concrete into building a pagan idol – a cross to desecrate our creator’s hill? Or will you do what Messiah, his disciples and apostles would have done?
Would they not send the money down to their brothers and sisters in Kaiapoi to help them start their lives again?
No faithful prophet, disciple or apostle, ever built crosses to remind them of Ya’hwe’s sacrifice to restore Adumkind to his paradise kingdom. They pooled their money and sent it to relieve the suffering of their people.
Christians, your people are suffering. Do not build a memorial to your lack of concern.
The cross is the prime symbol of Babylon. It is the T of Tammuz, implanted also in the Greek word chrios to create christos and Christ – an anointed one of Tammuz. Will an ugly cross on our hill stand to judge you like ancient Babylon and reveal your hard pagan hearts?
Or can we all be proud of your churches by knowing you did the decent Biblical thing? Abraham Cox