Such Christians are sharp enough to discern the Ahrimanic evil in the various totalitarian schemes the globalist demon spawn try to implement, yet muddled enough to believe that a technical glitch in some regulatory or organizational procedure is more than enough to render salvation null and void, regardless of the heart-felt, faith-based motivation of the individuals involved.
Such Christians are quick to decry godless and dehumanizing bureaucratic networks like birdemic peck passports or social credit systems that unfairly and maliciously encroach upon an individual’s freedom to travel, work, and associate but are equally quick to laud the necessity of Christian regulatory framework analogous to a salvation credit system that holistically assesses the “Christian-worthiness” of individuals before relegating them to the great Christian black list.
Such Christians reduce Christianity to the level of policy-making and diminish God to the level of policymaker. Faith is circumscribed by the administrative, the ministerial, the rule-bound, the managerial, the rigid, the inflexible, the procedural, the organizational, and the regulatory. Everything must line up. Every “i” has to be dotted; every “t” crossed because the presence of even the smallest snag nullifies everything.
To such Christians, I pose the following questions. Do you really believe God works like that? Do you really believe God would purposefully organize the world in such a way? Do you really believe that represents who Jesus was during his mission on earth or his offer of salvation and Heaven?
Do you really believe that the Divine operates at the same level and employs the same methods as the demonic totalitarians via their ever-encroaching and ever-increasing legalistic oppression and subjugation?
Is that all Christianity is in the end? Another credit system? A divine bureaucracy?
Or could it be that this conceptualization of Christianity as divine bureaucracy is the fruit of a now-limited, exteriorized religious consciousness that should be outgrown and surpassed lest Christianity become a religion of passports, digital IDs, and bar-code readers?