Truth Seekers or Posers?

Published by Rob Skiba December 24, 2014 at 6:56 PM

I’m curious (and this is NOT aimed at any one person in particular – it’s just a general observation based on NUMEROUS interactions I’ve had with MANY here on Facebook and elsewhere):

How does one claiming to be a “truth seeker” justify that title when they won’t take a firm (Biblical) stand for it?

In other words, when someone’s conversation has to start with “I know…” followed by the actual truth, then that lovely word “BUT” – which ultimately nullifies the previous statement(s) – and lengthy explanations to justify the un-biblical stance they are about to make, while using everyone BUT the Holy Spirit inspired authors of Scripture to make their case (or worse still, taking Scripture entirely out of context to do so), that’s when they should  know that they may just have a problem with their current doctrine/belief system. Thus, I’m thinking such a person (and everyone else) might need to re-evaluate whether or not they really are one who truly does seek truth, or if they are just another one of those who would rather jump through hoops to justify lies all in the name of “unity” and “love” in support of the vain traditions and doctrines of men adopted by some of our so-called (post first century) “early Church Fathers” and perpetuated by the like-minded ideologies of modern theologians.

Again, this is not directed at anyone in particular. I’m only making an observation here. So, be careful how you respond, as you may just incriminate yourself.  I’m simply putting this thought forward in love, keeping in mind what Paul actually said about it:

1 Corinthians 13:6 {love} does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth.

– Rob Skiba

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *