Believers should stay away from conspiracy hysteria

For a while I was thinking of writing something about the growing amount of sensationalist material and how Christians take too much interest in it.

I know people that used to spread the gospel but now put more energy into how someone is going to take me away in the night instead.   True, there’s less trust in governments since the whole Snowden thing though.   When folks are told not to listen to their doctor and get treatments from someone they’ve never heard of on the web, it becomes a bit ridiculous.   Often dare criticise those into some of this so called ‘hidden knowledge’ then conspiracyophiles can turn nasty, and consider you part of the “system”.

My friend Judah has done a sterling job of blogging on how this stuff can destroy our credibility as believers and spread harmful teaching often in the direction of antisemitism.

http://judahgabriel.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/conspiracy-theories-promote-anti.html

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