Also, your name implies that you are Jewish. Whether or not you are is irrelevant, but that because your names sounds Jewish, you have no credibility when you speak about Christianity or the Christian world, which, in case you did not get my point, robs you of credibility.
The writer, Troy Marquis (his website has mysteriously disappeared, but the pageholder is here), claims to be both a writer and a critic, "providing high quality English text" and "critiquing writing for elements of style, diction, grammar, and clarity".
We also find out that Marquis is a pompous, arrogant jackass:
I am sorry though, that your writing is amateurish and lacks any basis in scholarship. In fact, your title has nothing to do with your article and your article reads more like Simulacra and Simulations by Jean Baudrillard (if you do not know who he is you can go on wikipedia).
Who has quite a way with those elements of style, diction, grammar, and clarity:
You come across like someone running around in a circle screaming inarticulably.
And you want to be my writer? In a lovely bit of irony, Troy "You Sound Like a Jew" Marquis manages to misspell proofread.