Mockery is a large part of humour as something or someone has to be the butt of almost every joke, and comedians have always loved to push the boundaries of taste in order to get a laugh. Bad language, strong sexual innuendo and brazen discussion of what were taboo subjects is now the norm. Certain comedians have openly and vehemently made Christianity and Christians themselves the target of their so called humour. The rise of militant atheism in the last few years has unleashed the court jesters of Darwinism and they have only one target in view. I often see the faces of these funny men (and women) change to reveal an inner rage as they seek to make a mockery of those who put their faith in Christ and his word. "The proud and arrogant person - "mocker"is his name behaves with insolent fury (Proverbs 21:24). Most of them go beyond a little dig at people of faith and actually become preachers of atheism when they get onto the topic. We might feel a little uncomfortable and simply brush it off and continue watching in the hope that he moves onto something we can all laugh at. One atheist comedian who was mocking Christians in particular called us ignorant and said we "needed to read a few more books" to enlighten us. The only problem with his argument is that when one does read some books or look into the evidence(sic) for the atheists theories of life, one finds a case that is so full of holes that it is truly laughable that anyone should believe it much less stake their eternity on it. (See my post on the subject here)
The Bible tells us to guard our hearts. That means that we need to be careful what we listen to, what we watch and what we allow into our minds generally. More of us need to stop entertaining fools in our homes and letting these clowns into our living rooms through the box in the corner of the room. And fools are what they are, for the fool says in his heart there is no God. We shouldn't be at all surprised at the rise of the mocker and the scoffer in our day, for we are warned about them in the scriptures, but we also shouldn't give them the time, attention (or indeed our money) that they crave so much.
Above all, you must understand that in the last days scoffers will come, scoffing and following their own evil desires ( 2 Peter 3:3)
SCOFF(v) to laugh and speak about a person or idea in a way that shows that you think they are stupid or silly.
MOCK (v) to make something seem stupid or ineffective.
Cambridge online dictionary