“So called Christian’s that take Paul’s letters, or rather out of context bits of them, as infallible and literal, but think the words of Jesus, like “love thy neighbor”, are open to interpretation …. Ugh. They aren’t Christians, they’re​ King James Biblicans. They cherry pick what gives them power, but miss the real lessons. But no matter what they are, religion doesn’t belong in a government hearing. Like quoting ‘he who doesn’t work doesn’t eat’ in a meeting to discuss the SNAP program. It’s cruel at best and blasphemous at worst. Keep church, or rather your tiny tiny white man Bible, out of government. http://ift.tt/2nFkujc”

“So called Christian’s that take Paul’s letters, or rather out of context bits of them, as infallible and literal, but think the words of Jesus, like “love thy neighbor”, are open to interpretation …. Ugh. They aren’t Christians, they’re​ King James Biblicans. They cherry pick what gives them power, but miss the real lessons.

But no matter what they are, religion doesn’t belong in a government hearing. Like quoting ‘he who doesn’t work doesn’t eat’ in a meeting to discuss the SNAP program. It’s cruel at best and blasphemous at worst. Keep church, or rather your tiny tiny white man Bible, out of government.

http://ift.tt/2nFkujc”
from Coffee & Conversation: A Progressive Christian Group http://ift.tt/2nFkujc
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