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Is Scripture-Quoting a Sign that You’re Nuts?

Brian953 Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 3:41 PM
Though such a mentality might do just that, seeing a probelme and pointing it out is insufficient evidence for alleging that the writer is attempting to tap into that result. That you think he might be sort of puts you in the realm of possibly being a conspiracy nut job — it is insufficient evidence to establish that, but it does open the door. I'm thinking you might want a little more benefit of the doubt than you afforded to Jerry Newcombe.
Donjindra Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 12:25 AM
I believe he was aiming at Wandered.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 8:49 PM
The irony you seek to expose is too complex for the Don to grok.

Currently in the theaters is the movie, Safe Haven, based on the book by Nicholas Sparks. In the book, the bad guy goes around quoting Scripture.

Is quoting Bible verses indicative of a mental imbalance? To some of our cultural elites it would seem so.

By way of full disclosure, I have neither read the book nor seen the movie. (Nor do I want to vote with my money by buying a ticket for it, saying, “Yes, Hollywood, make more Christian-bashing movies.”) However, my wife read the book and said it’s a great story about an abused wife, fleeing from her...