Should Christians ever mock anyone? Let’s talk seriously for a moment on the topic of Christian ridicule, whether it exists, and what it entails if it ever is appropriate.
America is divided on seemingly every question of truth and morality. As a result, what is meant by being polite or rude can be relied on to differ as well.
Good science requires finite creatures share information with one another, open to challenging and being challenged regarding both facts and any conclusions drawn from them.
When the training ground for civil discourse has little kids growing up seeing their parents fight and separate because they didn’t know how to work things out, all of society spirals down.
Hard-working Americans are rightfully sick of being told by the folks with the advanced degrees that it’s raining when Lefties line up to pee on our legs.
Disagreeing agreeably seems lost on most in our day and age. Even to use the word “argument” is taken as describing bickering, quarreling, and contention.
We must not confuse flattery for gentleness, or ambiguity for humility. Rather, we must be bold in telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help us God.
Whether potential threats to faithful Christian life and thought come from inside or outside the church – how does one go about contending for the faith without being contentious? It is too easy to confront bad attitudes with other bad attitudes. But when we counter falsehoods with other falsehoods, or respond inappropriately to inappropriateness, we…
This past weekend, I had to talk with the parents of two boys in particular who were knocking over my kids’ bikes, then cursing at and threating my sons when an objection was raised.
Let me tell you how we deal with neighborhood bullies and their parents.
Summary A listener – Ben from Ohio – writes in with the following question: “So, we as Christians are supposed to be kind and helpful and uplifting. How do you go about doing that to a liberal, for example, while also not giving the impression you support their stance or point of views?” To help…