What sane professor would say this?

With a new year on the horizon, I have noticed a concerted effort on many fronts to portray believers as mindless, delusional, and oh my, dangerous. What is even worse, is to malign good people who are decent and loaded with goodness before God and man. I snagged this comment by a ‘professor?’ (with apologies to good Docs everywhere) who remarked on a certain blogger, and it is worthy of consideration.

Worthy not because of value, but valuable so we can all see the depths of villainry men will travel to slander and completely misrepresent fine people, and put them in the same box as Jack the Ripper.  If you are a believer, speak up! Cast your lot with this utter depravity and say so. Show the ahem, ‘mentally elite commenter’ just how out to lunch he is, and how far from reality his opinion of Christians truly are.  Enjoy, or not. But let the redeemed of the Lord say so. Below is the verbal pornography sandwiched between my remarks which were immediate.


Your words tabs-I cite them here because your cement headed friend has banned any commenting. I understand. Daylight has that effect. But for all to see your imagined illustrious imagined intellect, here is your take on a very good woman.

“””””how different is Insanitybytes22 to Andrea Yates, who in June of 2001 drowned her 5 little children because “God” told her to? Or Deanna Laney, who in May of 2003 bludgeoned 2 of her 3 children because “God” told her to do it. Would Insanitybytes22 be ANY DIFFERENT than these murderers? No! A ticking time-bomb?
It is called mental-illness, a severe dysfunction that effects a lot more people (and victims!) than society is willing to admit.”””””

Now then, may I comment? With this observation you have proved yourself an evil person. Are you happy now? I’ll say it again. With an opinion like this of YOURS, you have proved yourself incapable of reasoning. Mom should be proud.

God does not tell His people to drown anybody. Or bludgeon them to death.

Now go cry to your godless friends. But have a happy new year anyway.


Ps.  If you read this as a believer, if this did not make your blood boil, check your spiritual pulse. What this man said about ib22, he said about you. No, it’s not ok to say such things with such nonchalance and not to expect that there will be a swift and powerful response. Is it any wonder that scripture speaks of strongholds which exalt themselves against the knowledge of God? By coming to the side of a believer, you are a Helper of sorts, an advocate, in which we do have a call.

Evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse…….it’s a new year, let’s begin with an unction not ours, and a victory already won.  I call this worse than poison, what do you say?




About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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18 Responses to What sane professor would say this?

  1. Ahh, thanks for the defense, Colorstorm! Thanks for knowing the truth and for speaking the Truth. The Truth is a person too, we call Him the Truth and the way and the life. 🙂

    Something I find really interesting,you can hate people,pour abuse over them, but nothing scares them more than love. Nothing else makes people so angry, so fearful, so defensive. Go figure.

    Sad too that these guys have so little compassion for those broken, tragic women, and that they lack the intellectual curiosity to try to get some real answers. Blame it on God? That’s almost…pagan,superstitious, irrational. Mental illness too, I’ve long said it is not an excuse for evil,it is not the cause of immorality. I don’t fully understand how the mind,body spirit all work together, but the vast majority of mentally ill people are not violent. Sadly, most people committing atrocities are actually quite sane.

    I appreciate this too, because there are a Christians in the world right now suffering some persecution, suffering from the ignorance of perceptions and stereotypes that try to portray our faith as harmful and dangerous for children. We need numbers to gather and speak out against this rubbish.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      This crap is wrong on so many levels. What concerns me is not so much who speaks up, but who is silent.

      Posts should be lighting up against this buffoonery. But no problem, so easy to support what is good. 😉

      If these people only knew the heart of God and how He moves the hearts of whosoever will. Light, darkness, uh, hmm, what do we pick? lol

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    • Citizen Tom says:


      I am no expert, but I have seen enough of mental illness to sympathize with anyone beset by such a problem. When someone’s mind looses contact with reality, they don’t know what is going on or even what they doing. They are lost and afraid. When people are so terrified, there is no knowing what they will do. They don’t know. Therefore, only the absurdly ignorant would try to relate such mental torture with believing in the love of God.


      When militant Atheists comment on the blogs of other militant Atheists, they tend to be a bit more frank about their feelings towards Christians. Hence, that comment. When they are on a Christian blog, that sort will try to manipulate your emotions to score “points”.

      There is no point in getting angry with such. It just encourages them to troll. The behavior is hateful, and that is their intent. Still, I hope God has mercy the foolish troll who wrote that tripe. He need to repent.

      Matthew 10:28 New King James Version (NKJV)

      28 And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.

      Because it is only the grace of God that makes us believer in Jesus Christ, we should pity those who do not fear the Lord’s wrath. Besides, as IB says, “nothing scares them more than love. Nothing else makes people so angry, so fearful, so defensive. Go figure.”

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      • ColorStorm says:

        Not anger CT, but if it was, it would be just. That contemptuous speech should make any fence sitter run for the hills.

        What? This is the fruit of atheism, that excoriates good people without a cause? I say we kick tail and name names. All in good graces of course.

        They picked the wrong lady in missbytes to so malign with such vitriol. Tkx for jumpin in.

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  2. Tricia says:

    It’s nice that you point these things out ColorStorm, if nothing less it makes me feel better about the strength of Christianity in this world and the weakness of its militant opponents. I mean really, what was said was so beyond the pale of normalcy and intelligent discourse that it gives me hope that such nonsense will soon be snuffed out by its own stupidity.

    I do appreciate your call to arms on IB’s behalf. She most definitely does not deserve this kind of treatment but something tells me things like this only make her stronger and her words more powerful.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Yay for trish. Great words. I could see these charges brought to a court room before a judge who actually knows how to adjudicate.

      ‘So, where is the PROOF of these insulting charges against the accused?’

      ‘Well, I uh, er, uh, we, uh, rather ASSUMED……….’

      ‘Get out of my courtroom. You bring disgrace to civility, and your false charges expose your mental nakedness and spiritual vapidness.’

      Case closed. But yes, these nitwits got the wrong gal. What perversion, and yes, we need to call them out by name even. So called professor taboo who is one more who has banned my general decent commenting.

      Another clock cleaned by we the people.

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      • Tricia says:

        I’m not surprised your comments are banned, The first sign of mental weakness is to prohibit words from others that you disagree with, even if they are made with civility. He must not like clock cleaners much…;)

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        • ColorStorm says:

          For gosh sake Trish, back in the day, when it was known that there was a believers site who ‘allowed’ comments of dissent, especially atheists, there was free reign, but it turned into an opportunity for hosting perversion, which I still will not do.

          My site is not xxx; there are plenty of gutters to hang out in, mine is not one; still, only moderation, which appears rather prudent.

          On the other hand, I’m pretty certain I have said nothing worthy of Alcatraz.

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        • Tricia says:

          I hope you didn’t think I was implicating you for banning comments ColorStorm. I know very well why you do and agree with your stance. It’s easy to see the difference between their perversions and just plain disagreeable thoughts.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Heavens no T, I ‘moderate’ as needed, and it’s a good thing. Compared to what I just posted highlighting the so called ‘professor,’ you would think that we could never even come close to such perversion.

          I agree with you, of course. 😉

          IB, no different than baby drowners. Yeah ok. lol

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  3. Wally Fry says:

    Did you notice they are turning on each other over there?

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  4. So much unreasonable anger expressed in that comment about IB… She has obviously hit a nerve. I have found that at its core, the rejection of Christianity is not generally made on the basis of intellectual objections but on personal objections…often anger over a perceived wrong. The best we can do is to show grace and love …and thus, prove such stereotypes of Christians to be utterly false. Thanks for standing up for IB! God bless you for it!

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  5. ColorStorm says:

    Unreasonable anger? Ha lynn, you are far too polite. lol

    I would stand up for you too against this blog poison aimed at very good people.

    Happy new year too!!


  6. OKRickety says:

    “Some people cannot, no will not, tolerate voices of reason.”

    That’s amusing, because IB will not tolerate many of my comments (nor do I suppose you would, either). For both Wilson and IB, it seems that the blogger does not consider some comments to be “voices of reason”. Supposing that is the case, your implication that Wilson’s position is unacceptable is inconsistent, because you are maligning Wilson for the very same behavior that IB exhibits.

    I personally have no problem with any blogger exercising the right to control the comments, but I consider IB’s complaint that she is banned/blocked from commenting on any site to be hypocrisy when she herself does the same thing to others on her blog. Her complaint is also inconsistent with Jesus’ teaching, for He said “In everything, therefore, treat people the same way you want them to treat you, for this is the Law and the Prophets.” [Matt. 7:12 NASB]. That verse contains no suggestion that your behavior is dependent on the other person’s behavior. In other words, you only need to treat them well if they first treated you well.

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    • ColorStorm says:


      It is with good reason that we do not provide a banquet table for the most perverse of commenting.

      Your hair would curl if I showed you things that are not fit for man nor beast. And yes, here, I am the best judge of that. As is her at her place.

      As to hypocrisy? Ha, the main reason I and others such as the good lady you mentioned are banned….is because we actually can carry points and expose fraud wherever it is found.

      I know what light is, do you? I know what darkness is, do you?

      Finally, I also know what an endless stream of poison is, and people should know by now that I do not host cauldrons of every unclean and hateful bird.

      Now ask yourself truthfully, WHY certain comments of yours are not suitable for framing.

      For God’s sake, are you aware of what we do allow? Geez.

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