That Doesn’t Exactly Settle It

The blog Letters From Kamp Krusty shared a Christian T-shirt which, even though I think the first phrase also deserved to be problematized, nevertheless represents an improvement over the simplistic slogan on which it was based. The image of the text on the t-shirt was too large to reproduce here, so head over there and take a look!

  • Anonymous

    The mechanical success of our civilization has led many to basic materialism. Are western men divided into those humanists who think that there is 'only this material world' and those who believe in a spiritual world ? Humanists now proudly work for many praiseworthy goals, but also accept malthusiastic concepts such as overpopulation. So they declare some to be ' unter-menschen', killing babies before they become human and easing away the senile. In contrast, the laws given by spiritual decree forbid unprincipled behavior by believers. God made our world for successive generations and plans to shut it down when the number of saints is full. A new book, 'Techie Worlds' (available from Amazon.com) looks at some teachings of the Galilean. They are ridiculous and cannot happen if there is 'only this world'. But viewed in the light of Flatland's contiguous dimensional worlds, they make simple mechanistic sense. This is the way of science: to look at phenomena to see if they are explained by a theory. If they are, that theory is accepted as true. So the Galilean logically based his statements on a spiritual world that truly exists and is superior to ours. 'Techie Worlds' discusses teachings about the Trinity, soul, resurrection, judgment, hell and Satan and others. As Jews, Muslims, and pagans learn that the spiritual world of Christ is real, wars and terror will pass and the reign of Love will ennoble our world for the wellbeing of all.GeorgeRic

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12617299120618867829 Angie Van De Merwe

    I find it interesting that those who hold the universalistic "love rules" worldview, don't seem to accept or see that man has problems with his own kin, clan, tribe (i.e., family, community, Church, nation, world). Why do these continue to believe is an idealistically "pure" worldview, where "peace and goodwill" reign supreme? Christians believe in a linear time line, but it seems that history is much more cyclical, than progressive (that is, if one is looking at man and his propensity to make mistakes/miscalulations….overtly or covertly)…


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