Letter to the Europeans
June 23, 2010
Thank you to today’s guest blogger, Paul.
Every one of us judges. But at the same time we do exactly the same things. Are we so arrogant to think that we won’t be held accountable? Let’s face it – we often do the wrong things.
Christians do know what we should do. If nothing else, our Bibles make it clear. But just having Bibles never made anyone good – what makes someone good is actually doing the right things. Atheists, who do not even have a Bible, by nature know how to do good. They automatically know in their hearts what’s right – their conscience tells them.
But so many Christians boast that we’re better than atheists – because we’ve read our Bibles and we know what’s right and what’s wrong. We say we know about sexual relations – and yet priests have been having sex with little boys. Are we such hypocrites that we don’t do what we teach others to do? You guys who condemn smut in public – don’t you also surf porn at night? You who claim to stand for the truth – what do you think of evolution? The biggest cause of atheism in the world today is Christians, who acknowledge him with their lips, but walk out the door and deny him with their lifestyle. The name of God is blasphemed among atheists because of you.
Yeah. You support the troops, you always vote conservative and give sidehugs. But if you break God’s law, what good is all that? No one who is a Christian is merely one outwardly, nor is becoming a Christian outward and physical. But a Christian is one inwardly, becoming a Christian is a matter of the heart.
Read more on Paul’s blog.