I recently witnessed a social media interaction, that looked to be a triumphant and encouraging celebration of enlightenment…
A young woman, new in her Christian journey, who for the most part, goes largely unnoticed online, had posted a status regarding a certain behaviour she’d been engaged in. She declared that she’d received new revelation of how damaging this behaviour was, and then publicly renounced it, and encouraged others to do the same.
In turn, she was rewarded with multiple virtual thumb’s up, and comments of encouragement from other well-meaning Christians.
Oh young girls, handing out condemnation as casually as you would a business card, if only you saw the pain held within the heart that stands before you.Read More
I’m a pretty simple gal. Not surprisingly this simplicity extends to my faith.
I don’t get the argument for Calvinism nor do I fully grasp Arminianism or Pelagianism. I don’t know where I stand on the pre-tribulation, post-tribulation debate, or any of the other -ism’s or -ation’s for that matter.
I don’t understand why we like to classify ourselves and stereotype others with denominational terminology.