A deeper insight into the pottering of Mr. George, Mr. Scholes, and Mr. Robson.

“We are not good despite our imperfections, it is the connections we maintain with our imperfections which allows us to be good…”

I really hope that I get a chance to meet this dude someday…

Definitely worth checking out if you haven’t already:

http://www.illdoctrine.com

Be Righteous,

~ G.S.R.V

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One response

  1. Dave Wells

    “It is the connection we maintain with our imperfections that allows us to be good.” Jay Smooth

    I understand what he’s trying to say, but with all due respect, it’s a lie, hence any results that occur will the technique will be temporary at best.

    JAY: “So you’re calling me a liar?”

    DAVE: “No, I said your remark was a lie.”

    “There is none who does good, no, not one….for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Romans 3:12b + 23

    There is however a solution and it’s found in an obedient and submitted faith in Jesus Christ. (That last sentence implies that racist Christians are neither obedient or submitted).

    I understand that Jesus alienates.

    I understand that if a racist rejects Jesus Christ as a solution, he or she is still a racist in need of a cure.

    Those two realities do not negate the fact that Jesus is the only way to solve our sin problem.

    The other day I stumbled upon an article from the chairman of the National Center on Addiction and Abuse. It was addressed to parents and was dealing with the issue of teenage alcohol abuse. The man, a Joseph Califano, was clearly passionate about the subject matter, but I was shocked for one so committed to the cause that he made no mention whatsoever of the power of God in the solution-equation. Given the topic and regardless if he is a Christian or not, he had to know, for it is so well documented how Jesus has rescued thousands upon thousands of people from the grips of alcohol.

    So, if we wanna eradicate racism (or any other social woe), Christians should endeavor to save souls in the name of Jesus Christ.

    Thanx for the use of the soap box.

    Do they even make soap boxes anymore?

    November 18, 2011 at 10:13 AM

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