I think I’ve hit the “reblog” button just one other time. Rebecca’s post is so good and really identifies what I’m struggling with.
Each week I try to plan out articles for the week, yet it seems each week celebrity Christians never fail to give me too much to write on.
Thank you, Rebecca, for this excellent article! and bringing me back “home.” when so much of Christianity fails us. ~ja
OK, maybe not all of us, but far too many of us. The internet is full of our hypocrisy.
We preach conservative family values and wave our brand of Christianity like a triumphant banner guaranteeing success — and, when caught actively pursuing adulterous affairs and paying for sex, we cry that we are poor, helpless addicts in need of rehab.
We amass a following and enjoy our status as theologians — and, when our names are found listed on a website of those seeking adulterous affairs, we cry that we are lonely widowers, overcome with curiousity, and that we stopped short of physically fulfilling our lusts.
We preach grace and, when forced to admit our adulterous affairs, blame our wives for being unfaithful first, and thus forcing us to find solace in the arms of other women.
But it’s not a new thing, this hypocrisy. It’s ongoing.
We preach against homosexuality…
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