Just because I believe in something doesn’t mean I believe that it’s good.
I mean, if God wants to be cool with evil people, that’s his choice, but that’s a dealbreaker for some people. He shouldn’t hide behind Old English and metaphor. He should be upfront about that.
Christians need to be careful when talking about grace and forgiveness because they can have people thinking that God cares more about the reputation of the oppressor over the actual lives of the oppressed.
But this is a job issue and that makes it a money issue, which is precisely the type of thing I could take to the God of the prosperity gospel.
“Jesus did not, in fact, travel all the way to earth, uphill and in the sand, to give you the freedom to act like a child of Satan.”
Yes, God may love you, but if he was even remotely concerned with your happiness he wouldn’t have given grasshoppers wings.
Train up a child in the way he should go and if he grows old he will not depart from it.
I mean, aren’t y’all tired?
Spoiler alert: The self-proclaimed “official craft store of Heaven” doesn’t actually care if their employees see their families.
That prayer doesn’t apply to me. Unbelief is not the current issue. The problem is that every time I think I might want to be a Christian, I run into one.