Why Indoctrinated Christians suppress “questioning”

In continuing with Ufuomaee ‘s blog and the exchange between her and Arch , the warning alarm has gone off             (Warning !  Warning !  Will Robinson ! ) Will Robinson (Old American TV Show)

for the Indoctrinated Christian.  She knows that to entertain any question from an Atheist , with a serious answer , would be an admission of possible doubt on her part.  Therefore as host, she has no choice but to implement the “Old Indoctrinated Christian  Delete Button”

It was only a matter of time.  Ark set this in motion when he started peppering her with facts then Arch finished her off  killing her with kindness.

We have all watched TV documentaries about children being indoctrinated into Cults and parents hiring people to kidnap them so they can be de-converted.  The first few hours of the de-conversion begins with the kids placing their hands over their ears and shouting words of denial.

The process has already begun here……………

  1. I’ll ask again, why are you not allowing my comments to appear? What have I done or said to you that could possibly cause you to ban me?


  2. Clearly you’re not the person I thought you were. I’ll need to apologize to Uju for recommending you so highly.

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7 thoughts on “Why Indoctrinated Christians suppress “questioning”

  1. It is astonishing to watch. If you want to see another wonderful example, pop on over to David’s latest post on Planned Parenthood. There are a number of threads (his set-up works backwards, newest comment threads at the top), but look at the one at the top where I quote scripture and see his response. I won’t link the post, but its appliedfaithDOTorg


  2. Ken, from what I gather, Arch’s comments unintentionally went into spam after Ufuomaee flagged Ark’s comments. That’s how Ufuomaee explained it on Ark’s post. The thing is — both Arch and Ark are using techniques that are used during deprogramming. Sometimes the brain needs to be shocked in order for certain neural circuitry for critical assessment to be reactivated. That is Ark’s technique; probably the most impactful technique for someone as deeply indoctrinated as she is, IMO, which she is suppressing.


  3. mike

    Kind of a corollary of Romans 2, “suppressing the truth in..” righteousness


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