New Page: Discussion

Not that I’m trying to go the way of ESPN in regards to their shameless self-promotion, but I have added a new page to this here blog.

Some blogs have a comments policy which outlines what may or may not be said (amazing that those who tout their tolerance can be anything but as they refuse to post comments which they simply don’t agree with), but this is not the route I wanted to take with this page.

So without further ado, here is “Discussion”.

6 Responses to New Page: Discussion

  1. j razz says:

    Will that page be like your main page or will that be the only topic with updates only being comments? I guess I am confused about it because I don’t use WordPress.

    It is a good discussion topic though if I do say so myself.

    j razz

  2. Laz says:

    WordPress lets us do “pages” which are posts which reside right below the header.

    Now I only have 5 “pages’ (About, currently reading. currently listening, resurrection and the new one discussion).

    Truthfully J, I just like what Dr. Mohler said in the piece he did for the Washington Post and I didn’t want to relegate it to a post. So I made a “comment policy” page out of it 🙂

  3. j razz says:

    Thanks for the explanation. I as well liked it and it is a good find. Hopefully others will “find” it as well.

    Keep up the great blog Laz.

    j razz

  4. ChrisR says:

    Laz, if you are willing to say there have been many false religions, then it should be fairly easy for you to grasp how someone else could also toss Christianity into the dustbin to rest with all these others.

  5. Kimita says:

    ChrisR – yes, it could be easy for anyone to grasp how someone could toss Christianity into the dustbin UNTIL that someone has met the Ultimate Someone, the resurrected Jesus Christ. and then everything changes from that point on, and all other beliefs and faiths are worthless, trivial and false.

    perhaps i could, if you’ll let me, bring your attention to a woman (of all people) in the bible by the name of ruth who came from a pagan country, a pagan faith, and when she met a family that introduced her to the real God, the Lord Almighty, she abandoned any false gods she had and clung to the One True God. she sacrificed all she had and devoted herself to this God who she came to know and trust, and by God’s grace, she was accepted into the lineage of the Savior.

    this, of course, is only one of many stories, but it happens to be what i’m studying now so i thought i’d share…

  6. Laz says:

    Not only is it “fairly easy” for me to grasp how someone could indeed do what you have prescribed but at one point in my life it was but the only “rational” thing to do, throwing Christianity into the proverbial dustbin.

    Of course, as things stand now, after being shown that “Christianity is the true worship and service of the True God”, the irrational thing would be to deny that which I have been shown to be true.

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