"I am a sinner saved by grace" is one of the greatest lies in Christendom. It's not true (see the APPENDIX). Religion is good at convincing folks that being a sinner is somehow spiritual. Of course, you can be whatever you want. As someone said, "Argue for your limitations, sure enough they're yours." But here's … Continue reading Are Christians Sinners?
The Simplicity of Unity
We "assemble" in a room once or twice a week, arriving and leaving as scheduled, sitting in formation, facing the same direction, singing the same songs, following the same program, standing, sitting, greeting and giving on cue, hearing the same message, fulfilling the same expectations, conforming to the same dogma, etc. etc. We're all players … Continue reading The Simplicity of Unity
Where, When and How to “Go to Church”
Personal note: For years, I raged against institutional Christianity, challenging it at every turn, taring it down left and right all I could, debating with everyone who dared to see things differently than I did. But then the Lord began to graciously adjust my temperament, reminding me that He is building His Church, that He … Continue reading Where, When and How to “Go to Church”