I want to try something new for Sunday blogging. I know some people do hymn posts, or thankful posts, or inspirational posts, but hello? Have you met me?
So this is the deal: I want to propose a dilemma and discuss what the appropriate response is for Christians.
A couple of “ground rules”:
- This is specifically aimed at Christians as Christians. How does a Christian respond to X situation based on biblical teaching. I would be thrilled if atheists, Buddhists, Muslims, Jews, etc read my blog, but I’m thinking a “family discussion.” Not that non-believers aren’t welcome to comment, but I want to focus on how a Christian should respond.
- I want this to be a discussion where we actually discuss the topic based on logic, reasoning, and facts. The Bible is the supreme authority, but other sources can and should be used. Logic is also very welcome. The “I feel because I feel” argument will be mocked. (Yeah, not the most Christian response. I’m not as sanctified as you are. Go be smug. And mocked.)
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This weeks situation, in honor of Independence Day:
The Christian and Government — How does one reconcile Romans 13:1-7 (Paul’s exhortation to “be subject to governing authorities”) and the American Revolution where the colonists threw off their governing authorities. How does a Christian respond to a tyrannical government?
So…Let’s discuss! (I’ll do my discussing in the comments too.)