Quote of the Day (Rob Asghar)

“Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson gained great fame not by demanding that Christians live their lives differently, but by sanctifying the lives they were already inclined to live…[T]o maintain or restore the integrity of the evangelical American church, its culturally conservative leaders and adherents would seem to need to make a choice: all of Christ’s severe commands apply today to everyone … or to no one. History suggests they will ultimately choose the latter.”

— Rob Asghar, “Can Evangelicals Ever Tolerate Gay Marriage?” in The Huffington Post

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  • Propetsandpopstars

    Wow…

  • Propetsandpopstars

    Wow…

  • Anonymous

    Interesting.  I would think they would fall on the side of applying them to everyone.

  • Pat68

    Interesting.  I would think they would fall on the side of applying them to everyone.