Jesus has always been one to wade in the messy sewer backwash of my life and get me on a better path. That’s such a loving response. I mean, often we say we love people but aren’t willing to get to know them personally or walk through thorns and thickets with them to get them out and on to a better path.
Fellow believers, you’re concerned about the wrong things. Your concern lies in changing a perceived behavior in someone that you don’t like. Then you throw God into it like he co-signs with your shenanigans while gay Christians experience his love, grace, and have a more real relationship with Him than you probably do and that confident living in God’s love and grace pisses you off because gays don’t care what you think about them!
Do you worship the cool, all-loving dude who didn’t pass judgment on people? Or do you worship the goon? Yes, Jesus the Goon. Look into it.
I keep reading about how some conservative Christians are active in the Tea Party and other conservative movements to put a 100% Christian government in place in America. This is also known as a Christianocracy. I really think this is ultimately a bad idea, and here are 5 reasons why. 1. Christians can’t even agree […]
Some people have taken to the Internet to make a name for themselves as painters or as people who want to make religious or political statements. Let’s look at 3 contemporary Christian and political art pictures for which I have so many questions.
This week I’m talmbout President Obama being blasted by former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, but how we all missed that due to the Chris Christie scandal in New Jersey that is still unfolding. I also talk about how conservative Christians have really let the ball drop by focusing on political issues instead of Spiritual ones, which leads us to Oklahoma where a satanic group wants to erect a statue of Satan with adoring children at his knees. You’ve got to be kidding me.
Marc Solas wrote this blog on 2/6/13 about the top 10 reasons why our kids leave church. While I agree with all 10 things he’s written, I’ll add more based on my own interviews and understanding of things. But, for now, here’s a great quote from the post. We’ve traded a historic, objective, faithful gospel […]
This week I talk about why I missed Scandal (boo!), how North Korea and Iran are playing with their lives, why Chris Culliver sucks…possibly more than just in the figurative sense, what Jesus has done for you, and why I feel it’s wrong to have political statements from the pulpit. Finally, I wrap it up […]