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Christians Shouldn’t Be Culture’s Morality Police

reblogged from Relevant


Cara Joyner

By Cara Joyner

July 13, 2015

Cara Joyner is a freelance writer and work-from-home-mom living on the East Coast with her husband and three sons. She loves hanging out with college students, watching Scrubs and eating choc… Read More

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  1. Rahul Murdeshwar #

    It is in my opinion that Christianity and all religions when created way before the modern era were established by visionaries who saw a way to improve society and the way each individual treated another. Those who followed in the faith used religion as an explaantion for why things were (prior to science and logic), and as a core set of moral ideals that taught them moral from immoral. A religious society works well only if the society as a whole follows the religion blindly. When a sect of society that contradicts that set of core ideals emerges, the cultural norm is threatened and those still dedicated to the faith inadvertently use all at their disposal to fight the rival ideology, here, science and tolerance.

    July 26, 2015
    • Thanks for your thoughts Rahul!

      July 26, 2015
  2. Jed Jurchenko #

    “What if Christianity was truly known for radical love and passionate pursuit of justice?” Such a great line 🙂

    September 27, 2015

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