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Talking with Pagans and Talking with Journalists

Marie150 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 10:31 AM
Atheists prefer if you keep your faith in Christ a secret. Do not share the Good News of Jesus the Christ. Jesus the Messiah. Jesus the Savior and Lord. You are not being loving if you share the Good News like the shepherds running about early in the morning after hearing the angels sing and seeing the baby lying in the manger with their own eyes. They should have kept their joy to themselves to exhibit tolerance of other faiths.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 2:11 AM
Excellent point. I've rarely seen anyone who scoffs at the literal veracity of Christian beliefs willing to even admit they might contain much wisdom. Oh they'll highlight wisdom in the beliefs of Indians (both dot and feather ones) but those Christians? Why those Christians (and usually, Jews) are nuts! (As far as they are concerned.)
rmccarthy Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 1:08 PM
Ironic that the more someone protests against God, the more hurting they are to themselves and others (not having known the love of God). Even if they think it's all fairy tales, they show that they can't even appreciate the wisdom of a fairy tale let alone the great power of a mighty God.

Sports Illustrated has come to my mailbox for nearly 40 years. I hope it comes for 40 more. But I also hope whomever is assigning the stories in the future begins to think more about the readers than their political and social agendas.

Super Bowl week featured a cover of a praying Ray Lewis rising from the water, and a cover story by New York Times’ religion columnist Mark Oppenheimer on Christians in the NFL. The story was enough to cause PJMedia writer Andrew Klavan to declare he would not renew his SI subscription, and most serious Christian...