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What Causes Me Doubt

Posted by thethousandmarch on September 22, 2013 at 1:35 PM

There are two things that cause me doubt in regards to my faith. The first is the exclusive nature of my faith’s story. I must admit that when I hear people criticizing the belief that faith in Jesus is the only way to be saved from hell, I must admit it gets me thinking. It does seem a bit arrogant, narrow minded and foolish to believe such a thing. Yet this is the Christian story. “Salvation is found in no one ...

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Christianity is Impractical

Posted by thethousandmarch on June 10, 2012 at 6:40 PM


This is the last (for now) in my series “Christianity is for Losers”. If you haven’t noticed by now, I’m saying that Christians, like their master Jesus, are either mean, dishonest, deranged, pathetically misguided or correct. There is no neutral ground with Jesus. As he said, “Whoever is not with me is against me” (Luke 11:23).

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Christianity is for Losers

Posted by thethousandmarch on May 27, 2012 at 2:35 PM

As I said a few posts ago, Christianity is offensive. However if you are offended by Christianity why be concerned? Christianity is for losers. It is understandable that people are offended by the message of Jesus – the religious people of his day certainly were – but why should anyone really care about what Jesus said if they conclude that he was a fool? I myself feel a little uncomfortable when a raving fundame...

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The Offense of Inclusivism

Posted by thethousandmarch on May 6, 2012 at 8:00 PM

I know that many people intend to be loving, kind, and gracious to those of other religions – who they judge to be good people – when they conclude that those people must be getting into heaven with them. I was recently listening to an interview with Desmond Tutu

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Christianity is Offensive

Posted by thethousandmarch on April 27, 2012 at 2:30 AM

I understand that Christianity, its central message, is offensive. What is Christianity’s central message? In part that we are all enemies of God in need of reconciliation; sinners in need of forgiveness; sick in need healing; dying in need of life; corrupted in need of redemption. That’s not a message we want to hear. We want to think we are good people who deserve God’s acceptance. We want to believe t...

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