Pot. Meet Kettle

kinnon —  February 12, 2009 — 4 Comments

I almost laughed out loud when I read this.

…his words often lack the charitable nuance we might well hope for.

A little self-awareness might be helpful, young man. (And yes, I have intentionally not linked.)

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A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

4 responses to Pot. Meet Kettle

  1. I did LOL. Forty-three comments over there and still they argue with a “lack the charitable nuance we might well hope for” from Jesus followers. They count as wisdom the foolishness of men.

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  2. Oh gee let me guess.

    Calvinists squalling about how unfairly they are portrayed by Arminians…..I mean….WOW. How much more WOW can I go? It’s just stunning. Book after book after book after book tells Arminians and non-Calvinists what they believe and how they are barely Christians at all. And then—-the dreaded lack of nuance.

    It’s…..ugh….!$!#$

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  3. In certain segments of Christendom, the Trinity appears to be Father, Son and Jean Calvin.

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  4. Not fair, Bill. having been away for a week (NY city) I am out of this loop, and you won’t let me in!

    Dan

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