I was on another forum, and saw this guy post this, and wanted to hear your opinions. "I used to get this African christian dude try to proselytize me via Skype. I have certain believes regarding the definition of the word "neighbor" as in "Love they neighbor" that many self-professed christians fail to appreciate. Basically the idea is that you love your neighbor, and not look over his house and find someone WAY down the road to love. Missionary types have to fly over millions of people that need help in order to "do God's work" in places that really serve THEIR need to be special. "Hey everyone, LOOKIT ME! I'm going to Africa on the other side of the planet to do God's work! Aren't I SPECIAL?" and meanwhile there are thousands of needy people right next door that go ignored because they aren't as glamorous or exciting. It doesn't serve the propaganda interests of the church to send missionaries two blocks down the road. It sounds much more important to send them to the other side of the planet. So who's needs are they serving? "The Poor" ? "The Needy"? "Gods"? No, no, and no. They are serving their own interests and their own needs, and they are using the plight of people they don't even know in order to make themselves appear special and good. But they're not, in fact they are the opposite, which is evil. Because, their role modeling shows others that when you want to help someone else, you have to look far, far away. And learn to ignore the problems that are right there in front of you. And that's why we have armed military on the other side of the planet supposedly dying for someone else's freedom, while our freedom here in the United States is being replaced by government programs and controls. Truthfully, I think most manifestation of the church as the "body of christ" are actually active elements of the anti-christ and the these are the end times and I look forward to the cleansing of the apocalypse." This is just a small part of the post.