Monday, March 06, 2006
At least we agreed, again, to disagree.
Here is an example of an organization of liberal Christians:
And here is an example of a new book by a liberal Christian:
"Think Again," by Dr. Gary Cox. If nothing else, be sure to read the introduction.
Also, without going into any detail, ol' ER would appreciate prayers from all quarters -- lib, con, neocon, apolitical, whatever -- in connection with something for which I can find no faith, no serenity and little hope. I don't know what to pray, myself. I'm down to the inarticulable groans that Paul(?) talked about. Maybe one of y'all will get "a word from the Lord." :-)
Whatever burr is under your saddle, I hope you can resolve it soon. I usually include my friends in my prayers, but I'll put in an extra request just for you. ;)
Maybe the Lord won't count them against you.
Frenzied, hmmm. How about RRR? I'll try to remember that.
ER, I always considered myself a left-wing Christian because I (and my church) concentrate on New Testament love rather than Old Testament judgement. There's more, but thats the nutshell version.
I will say prayers for you to receive the guidance you need.
Haven;t tried you links yet, but I will!
"So you're going to be just like em if it kills you."
In my wildest, wildest fantasy, I would strive to be like Jesus if it kills me.
And because he loves you more than our human imaginations can conceive, it is his great pleasure to provide for every human need. Rely on that and accept it.
As for, "Why worry about it. Live your life, vote your vote and don't make yourself sick."
Because I give a damn and I think anybody who just rides along on this planet, in this country, availing him-herself of the blessings of God on one hand, and the spoils of robbery and war on the other, is to be dismissed as merely taking up space that could better be used by someone else.
Trixie, many graciases.