Random thoughts, links of interesting, and whatever else might interest me today.
When scripture and Christians discuss rich and poor, what really is being discussed?
Does the church need buildings? Is the church a building? Does God? Who does?
At the beginning of Christianity, it was an outsider religion, but still functioned within the confines of a restrictive climate. In Romans 13, Paul discusses how Christians are to treat authority. Moving to today, are we really listening to Paul's words?
#Red states, #blue states. Christians need to think #purple. Jesus Christ loves us all, no matter which state they're in, or who they voted for, or if they didn't vote at all.