Elon Musk, who is best known for the electric car company he founded, Tesla, has also made the news recently as he has intended to purchase Twitter and remove it from the tight grips of the anti-free speech leftists who currently control it.
In a sense, Musk has been heralded as a “hero” of conservatism—despite the fact that he has historically leaned more center-left than conservative—since Twitter has been relentlessly serving the left by censoring conservatives. Yet, while we elevate Musk to savior status, we must realize that he, too, like most lost people, is driven by worldly pursuits, and his mind is set on the flesh.
For the mind that is set on the flesh is hostile to God, for it does not submit to God’s law; indeed, it cannot. Those who are in the flesh cannot please God. —Romans 8:7-8
In a recent post on Twitter, Musk mocked the idea that there is an afterlife stating that he is okay with going to Hell because that’s where the majority of humans will be. Let’s pray for his repentance.