Wednesday, April 01, 2009

The Greatest Trick of the Devil...

“It is never easy and it is never comfortable to have your core beliefs challenged, but it is always healthy.”

Check out the Nightline debate on the existence of Satan.

I’m still unsure as to how one can say there is no “good” or “bad”; yet insist that there is a “better” way to be.

Isn't "better" the comparative form of "good?"

What is the comparative form of "everything is one?"

I suppose that would be "everything is oner."

Just my thoughts,


1 comment:

Omar Poppenlander said...

I just wish the defender of the more traditional Christian viewpoint didn't have to be Mark Driscoll. * sigh *