Missionary VS. Indians VS. The Rest of The World: Podcast Episode 5


My two cents concering the missionary that was killed by the natives on the isolated island in the Indian Ocean.


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19 thoughts on “Missionary VS. Indians VS. The Rest of The World: Podcast Episode 5

  1. I listened…I agree with you one hundred percent.

    He was warned not to go there. He was told not to go there. He invaded a tribe of people who kept to themselves. He had the arrogance to dismiss and ignore their humanity. I’m sorry but I have no sympathy for him. Why did he feel the need to push his will on these unsuspecting tribe? He was arrogant. I feel sorry for his family, the ones he left behind.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Exactly Rakkelle, he knew what he was getting into and now this isolated tribe will pay for the rest of their lives.

      Thanks so much for listening, I truly appreciate your support.

      1. bottomlesscoffee007

        No worries Rakkelle, I am not and do not pretend to be the spelling or grammar police. I understood exactly what you were saying.

  2. Firstly, I’m on your side of the fence. Why are we always trying to make everyone else believe what we believe and the way we do it? That’s what makes us unique. Leave them folks alone.
    Secondly, Jesus said, “if the world hated me, they will hate you too.” It comes with the territory. It’s the cost you pay for representing your faith. He paid the ultimate price and for that he should be applauded.
    Last but not least, thank you for the shout out. That was real cool of you.
    One more thing. Your sponsor? Ha-larious!

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Thanks Dorothy. He died doing what he believed. What more can any person ask for.

      I’m working on more sponsors, thanks for appreciating my crude and simple sense of humor.

      1. Exactly. He should be commended and seen as an example for the rest of us lily-livered cowards who refuse pray in public for fear of being seen as a fanatical Holy roller. Bravo missionary guy. Bravo.

        I look forward to your future sponsors. God help me😂

    2. “Why are we always trying to make everyone else believe what we believe and the way we do it?”
      Um, since when does that statement apply to missionary work? Few Christians – and NO missionaries – try to “make” people believe like us (unless you count the Catholics in the Middle Ages – but I don’t). People’s souls are at stake – they NEED to at least HEAR the Good News. Otherwise, hell for eternity.

  3. I’m with Rakkelle. Pure arrogance. What if that tribe saw him as an intruder? Do you want someone from the Muslim faith to march into your house, uninvited and preach Mohammed to you…when you didn’t ask for it? No. You would have defended your home. Dead intruder? Self defense. Their territory. Their rules.

    I don’t applaud him. He was WARNED. He was an idiot. People are stupid for turning him into some kind of hero. Please.

    I’ve had my fill of obnoxious religious people…all of them, not just proselytizing Christians.

    1. How is visiting a village comparable to barging into someone’s home? He IS a hero – not an “idiot”. And most prosletysing Christians aren’t “obnoxious” (although the media loves to portray that).
      No, it wasn’t self-defence.

      1. Visiting? That tribe has been off limits for a reason. He was WARNED to stay away. His guide took him there…illegally. The guide is now in trouble for breaking a long existing law.

        Why do you think there was a law written to keep people from that tribe? Because they are protected? Because they are not part of ‘normal society’? They had EVERY right to defend themselves and their way of life.

        He was warned. He was told. His arrogance got him killed.

        Re-read my statement, please. I did not say “most proselytizing Christians are obnoxious”. I didn’t even say “most religious people are obnoxious”. Let me rephrase: I have had my fill of ALL obnoxious people, religious or otherwise.

  4. The missionary is not arrogant. Yahushua/Jesus said that He is THE way, THE truth, THE light, and that no-one can come to the Father EXCEPT THROUGH HIM. People need to know as their eternal resting place is at stake. He went in there knowing he could get killed hoping that someone would turn to Yah/God and live as a result. I am not saying it is a good thing that he was killed – it’s terrible – but he is in no way arrogant and cannot be compared to someone coming into your home uninvited.

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