“I am not come to captivate the ignorant and unlearned. Nor am I come to call sinners to repentance. Nor to convert the debauchee, nor to convert the profane man, nor to convert the harlot. Sufficient have been other revelations unto all these. Nor have I come to say: Behold, this is my book! And there shall be none other! But, behold, I come to found Jehovih’s kingdom on earth. I come to the wise and learned. And not to one man only; but to thousands.” (Book of Judgement 17:15-18)
People ask, “Why aren’t you more involved with missionary work in Faithism?” I think the 15th chapter of the Book of Judgement sums that up quite effectively.
Faithists are not trying to convert the world or to make more Faithists from other religions, but we are helping gather the Called Out Remnant for Jehovih’s Kingdom on earth. The Kingdom is not of this world but is from Jehovih and His heavenly planes of existence. If it was of the world, it would not be calling out to the Remnant, but instead, it would be calling out to the children of the evil one. If it was of the world it would lack any kind of virtues.