Contradictions of Biblical Proportions
Must do this now, or I'll blink-out like a burnt light bulb, again.
I've recently come from Implantation of Hope by the exceptional Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee are quite possibly the two best debate partners ever - I enjoy their exchanges immensely (even though much of it goes over my head). I know Harvey to be a 'working' Christian (by that I mean he sees his faith is a 'work in progress'. I know Ali is not. From his own words, he is not 'spiritual.'
That said, both know, understand and agree (in the main) with the wisdom held in such a book like the bible. That is a philosophical decision they have reached, not a theological one. They could simply agree to differ where needed, but they don't really. They have moved past that barrier and their respect for each other is what holds them in check. If they didn't, we'd have little to benefit from. But because they do, we are the beneficiaries of their marvelous minds.
In summation, and in my humble opinion, we do have to be mindful how far we go in public; no one should bandy about their faith lightly, like a bunch of tracts left at McDonalds. Generally speaking, I don't see much of that here anyway.
But in the same vein, we should not be intolerant or threatened of the faith of others. They may teach us a thing or two!
I may know my bible but I'm a fairly crap Christian, meaning I don't 'work' it as I should. My problem with Christianity is church - it's full of Christians. They give out free coffee & stuff there though! But, for me, it's not a problem of faith. I'm just weird like that.
In dedication to Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee the most patient of teachers!
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