So Being ‘Nice’ is the Problem?

So Being ‘Nice’ is the Problem? October 16, 2018

More vomity word salad from Blog and Mablog’s Doug Wilson. He seems hell bent on declaring that the problem with evangelicals is that they are so gosh darn nice. Not so much if what I’ve seen, overheard, observed and heard endless tales of. Nice has nothing to do with it. But Doug keeps on claiming that being nice is the problem in evangelicalism. Not even close.

As you can see Doug is promoting one of his books “Same Sex Mirage” Haven’t read the book but if this sample is anything to go by it’s a rehash of his usual toxic ideas on his blog, gays evil and hetero Christians awesome.

This idea that evangelical Christians are too nice is making me laugh. He has gotten this one so wrong.

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