Last week the blogsphere, Facebook, Twitter, etc were abuzz about the predicted end of the world as we know it on May 21st. Most posts were tongue-in-cheek, poking fun at the people who actually believed they would be raptured last Saturday. I admit I had some fun posting silly pictures and whatnot myself. I mean, come on, they made it so easy. Anyone who has ever read a bible knows that it clearly states that even Jesus himself didn't know when the time would come for him to return. It makes me wonder why people believe a clear chalitain like Harold Camping and why some seem to be preoccupied with the so called End Times.
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Following a blog post I wrote a few weeks ago, I had a conversation with someone about a subject I touched on in that blog. The subject being, how Christians talk about love and acceptance, but in practice, we don't always live up to those standards. The example I gave was of church visitors and how church members react differently towards LGBT visitors than a 'wholesome' looking heterosexual visitor. Both would likely be acknowledged, only the blatantly bigoted among us would completely ignore a visitor, but the heterosexual would be more warmly and readily accepted into the fold than the LGBT visitor.
Monday, May 2, 2011
Osama Bin Laden is dead and people all over the United States are reveling. They are waving our flag and chanting "Hey, hey, hey, goodbye" from a pop music song in the streets. As an American, who was shocked and saddened by the 9-11 Terrorist Attacks, just like everyone else, I admit my first thought was - Good. Justice has been served.