Peter Rollins, who thinks that disobedience is a way to show that you're a true disciple, has taken it upon himself to write a "parable" (more like a farce) of those Christians who look for our blessed hope, the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, and who would love for Him to appear.
Introducing the characters…
The first is a rough take on it, the second is more fleshed out (and I do mean 'flesh', as in 'in the...').
So, in response to this bit of ridicule on his part, here's a response from me.
There was a woman who met a man, and learned that he loved her, cared for her, esteemed her. He was a good man, she learned, one who was kind, considerate, just, and true. When after a time he proposed to marry her, she agreed.
During their engagement, he had to leave for a time. When he was preparing to leave, he wrote a letter to his beloved, both expressing his love for her and leaving instruction for her on things he wished for her to do for him in his absence.
When he had departed, her friends would often visit her, and came to notice some strange things about her. They found her often in the company of others, talking in disparaging ways about her betrothed and his people. A few times, they saw her with other men, acting around them as more than friendly, letting them kiss her, and she was even with them for the nights. Those who knew what her fiance had written to her, what he had told her to do, were surprised to learn that she did little of what was told, but rather neglected much of it and even did the opposite.
What was most surprising to some of those friends was that she said that she did not look for the return of her fiance, but rather said that her lack of looking for him was because she found him in her other lovers, and it was in giving herself to them that she showed that she most loved her fiance.
When the man returned, and learned of his beloved's indiscretions, he saw that her love for him was false, and he broke off their engagement, and told her to leave him.