I feel sorry for the Christians who truly try to live out their faith in the sincerest way possible, because they are hampered by judgmental and angry hypocrites who do nothing but nitpick.
When Jesus Christ ordered the Great Commission, He told His disciples to go out into the world and make disciples of all nations. He didn’t tell them to berate other people who doubted or to condemn others.
He condemned those who condemned.
Christian A said : “Let’s see, when Christ set up his universal soup kitchen and free hospitals funded by “federal government” I don’t think he asked for “insurance cards” because, actually, he allowed himself to be crucified before any of that happened.”
Excuse me, but it seems to me that Christ did have universal soup kitchens-and I can prove that in two passages: the feeding of the 4,000 in Mark 8:1-21 and the feeding of the 5,000 in Matthew 14:13-21. Now, if this person wants to discuss why the federal government must be involved, it’s only because those like him judge the poor rather than help them find a job which pays them a living wage.
Oh, that also explains the parable of the workers, which is found in Matthew 20:1-16. The men who lacked opportunity were paid the same as the men who had worked all day.
That’s what Trump voters say. They blame the poor for their problems, but refuse to address lack of opportunity. Well, both issues were addressed in this parable.
Christ also healed the blind man for free, didn’t He?
How about Lazarus? Did He strike Lazarus dead because Mary and Martha didn’t have any money?
Christian number 2 understands that my faith is a fabulous disaster because of those like Christian number 1. She has her own battles to fight and she knows what it’s like to be in her own Garden of Gethsemane. She has never condemned me for my doubts-probably because she’s had many herself.
She is the way a Christian ought to be.
I warn those who condemn people like me and people like her that 2 Peter 3:4 is just around the corner, and I know that because this nation has been taken over by hypocritical Christian fundamentalists like Republican Tim Murphy from Pennsylvania, who pleaded with his mistress to have an abortion-and this fuck.er has a 100 % rating from the Family Research Council, according to the Huffington Post
Sex isn’t the issue. Hypocrisy is-and conservatives are full of it (and in many ways).
People are going to have sex. Yes, marriage is the ideal setting. However, birth control is mandatory, because you are your brother’s and sister’s keeper, Cain.