In the comments sections of this blog, Mancott has twice remarked that Christadelphians behave as if they are trapped inside a room with a two way mirror of which they are unaware. They are unable to step outside the room, which is their religious sect and stand with us deconverted Christadelphians watching through our side of the mirror, the strange performance going on inside the room.
|We Ex-Christadelphians feel that we|
are watching Christadelphians who
are trapped in a room behind a
two way mirror of which they
The singing of other religion's hymns, Bible readings, Christadelphian jargon and thousands of other pieces of sect-like behaviour and absurd beliefs make no sense to those of us who have escaped the religion and matured beyond its Nineteenth Century mindset.
|Christadelphians are trapped inside|
the room. All they see is the reflection
of themselves. They can't think outside
the room or outside their religion.
We are not wolves trying to pick off the weak in your flock. It's the stronger and more intelligent of your members who are deconverting and escaping from the sect. We are calling to you Christadelphians to leave the room and come round to see what we can observe from outside looking in.
We are suggesting to you that you need to become objective about your faith and not subjective. You need to consider the possibility that you might have made a terrible mistake. You need to look at yourselves through the eyes of an unbiased observer. That's a very difficult thing to do.
This is the sort of behaviour that we can see when we look from our side of the mirror:
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