D L Henderson
2 min readJan 6, 2024


First of all, and maybe you're not really aware of it, but you seem to have taken a lofty position as if you are the Supreme Justice. I say that, because you use the word "damning" a lot. You even place yourself above God by blaming Him for being responsible for the mess - whether or not God exists is irrelevant to my point.

Second, you have not made your bag of Miserables large enough - not nearly all-inclusive. Let me change your first sentence, saying, "None of that saves You, Mankind... No methodology can justify your Sciences, your Philosophies, your Wars, your Environmental Destructions, your Existence... By the way, where do you, Mr. Anonymous, place yourself in that geneology? What category or group do you claim to be a part of? Never mind... Doesn't matter... Answer me this, however, "Do they have perfect unity of thought?" What topic can you discuss where your same critique would not be apropos? Your favorite pro team? Politicians? Colleges or Universities? Best movies? Best board games?

Humans seem to be unable to agree on anything, but we sure do love to criticize!

Again, false teachers and prophets have been around forever, and as to the current topic, the Religious Leaders murdered the very Messiah that came to rescue them - that was foretold in the very Scriptures that they were supposed to be Authorities. How intellectually purity is only play-acting.

People must always find their way through the weeds. That's our responsibility, not God's. "But few find it." - Matthew 7:13-14

…You {Religious Leaders} who boast in the law {Bible}, do you dishonor God by breaking {misinterpreting} the law {Bible}? As it is written: “God’s name is blasphemed among the Gentiles {Outsiders} because of you.” Romans 2:23-24, Berean Study Bible, my edits { }.

By the way, you twist scripture and wrest them out of their context to suit your own perspective, to show proof of your indictments, to successfully prosecute your case...

And I am being as polite as I can, respecting this venue.

You might want to ponder the report recorded in Mark 12, Jesus' retort to the Religious Leaders, especially verse 37, and the crowd's approval, "David himself calls him ‘Lord.’ How then can he be his son?”The large crowd listened to him with delight." Jesus is only difficult to understand when we make it so.

And so it is, but "few find it."



D L Henderson

Born 1950; HS 1968; Born again 1972; Cornell ILR; Steward, Local President/Business Agent; Husband, father, grandfather; winner/loser/everything in between