Martyrs choose principal—not death. They embrace lofty notion’s promise ignoring humanity’s banal threats to stand fast with dread consequence. Their lives are taken—not surrendered to vainglorious Theos' depraved sexuality, but canceled by stubborn disagreement and unripe civilization’s forced abortion. Martyrs stock no arsenals of destruction as mere and trivial weapons of myopic terror, rather their strengths lies in constitution, not explosives, nor in juvenile volatility. Their stature blooms from their character, which is rooted firmly in quiet revelation, unruffled courage, and reasoned commitment; not boisterous mobbism and unreasoning hate.