I wrote a post the other day entitled Hating The Sin Whilst Loving The Sinner, and as I had hoped, it opened up some really interesting discussions. Predictably, many readers related back to me their belief that loving someone without taking into consideration, or directing correction toward, any sin which might be apparent in their […]
Tag Archives | spirituality
If language can define it, bigotry malign it, pride undermine it and religion assign it, it’s definitely, absolutely, categorically not spiritual.
Today, Christians talk about marriage as if we invented it and only meant to loan it to the world, with the condition we reserve the right to decide who gets to do it. Yet, practically every religion, people and culture in the world has it’s own marriage rites. What gives us Christians the right to dictate the conditions of everyones marriage, when marriage existed way before Christianity, before Judaism, even before people were separated by language, into tribes, cultural groups or nations or even before government? This is according to the Bible. I’m not making this up.