My recent interaction with Facebook confirmed what many have already observed: You can mock Jesus and the Christian faith on Facebook in the crudest and ugliest terms without penalty (as you’ll see in a moment, I do mean “crudest and ugliest”), but if you dare post something that is considered offensive to LGBT members, you could very well be punished.
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Remind me why Christians are supposed to stand up against sin by other people? Is reducing the net quantity of sin in the world something that would please God, if it doesn't come with a real conversion? Even if you succeeded in forcing someone to live a life 100% free of sin, if that person didn't turn to Christ, what good is it? It's not a question of preaching the Gospel, mind you. The Gospel is Christ crucified and resurrected, not a list of commandments and punishments for the violation thereof.
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