PONDER on THIS for Friday, June 27th, 2008 by Pete Koerner in THE BELIEF FORMULA

“It is said that “In God, all things are possible.” So, when you base your existence on a book that says, “…all things are possible,” and “Judge not…,” it pretty much shuts down any petty human differences; anything can happen, everything is possible, and you are only human and have no knowledge, experience, or authority with which to judge the works of God (other humans, for instance). That part is pretty simple; I just can’t seem to find the part about boycotting people and businesses because they refuse to judge others. Are we saying that we should follow the Bible’s teachings, except for where the Bible got it wrong and there is clearly a need for someone to step in and render some judgment? Or, have we simply decided to use the “love thy neighbor” policy when we are in a good mood and the “hellfire and brimstone” approach when we have had a bad day, or week – or life, or marriage, etc.”

Pete Koerner in “The Belief Formula”

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