Rants and Ravings from your Friendly Neighborhood Liberals
At least there are few around that can see with a clear vision.
Well, I don't really think Mr. Tutu and I belong to the same religion. The Episcopalian church (while I am sure still has a few believers in it) is not exactly known for it's unorthodoxy.The thing is, many people go with the, "if I can't understand it, God couldn't possibly have meant it" feelings. This is a poor approach to God.
I just think it's next to impossible to know what God really wanted. At some juncture, you just have to go with what you feel is right. There's too many theological arguments contradicting each other.
excuse me...that should have said "is not exactly known for its orthodoxy."
Well, I'm rather unorthodox too :)
Yes, I agree.I think it is possible to know what God wanted. There are plenty of theological arguments contradicting each other, but that just means that only one of them can be right. OR all of them are wrong, but I doubt that.