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Jesus didn’t care about being nice or tolerant, and neither should you

Mark Escalera:

These are some excellent thoughts by Matt Walsh that all who care about Biblical Christianity should read.

Originally posted on The Matt Walsh Blog:

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There is no shortage of heresies these days.

If you want to adopt some blasphemous, perverted, fun house mirror reflection of Christianity, you will find a veritable buffet of options. You can sift through all the variants and build your own little pet version of the Faith. It’s Ice Cream Social Christianity: make your own sundae! (Or Sunday, as it were.)

And, of all the heretical choices, probably the most common — and possibly the most damaging — is what I’ve come to call the Nice Doctrine.

The propagators of the Nice Doctrine can be seen and heard from anytime any Christian takes any bold stance on any cultural issue, or uses harsh language of any kind, or condemns any sinful act, or fights against evil with any force or conviction at all. As soon as he or she stands and says ‘This is wrong, and I will not compromise,’…

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About Mark Escalera

Name: Mark Escalera - (formerly The Jungle Missionary) Blog: DefendingContending.Com Ministry: I am a sinner saved by grace, and learning every day how much more I need the Lord directing my life. In a graceless world, my desire is to show to others the grace that has been extended to me. Have been married for almost 25 years and we have been blessed with five children with the oldest three serving in the US Air Force. My passion is seeking to minister the precious life-giving Word of God to those dead in trespasses and sins! Humbled that He would choose me as one of His children! Preferred translation: English Standard Version (ESV) Currently studying: Psalms Currently reading: The Attributes of God by A.W. Pink

3 comments on “Jesus didn’t care about being nice or tolerant, and neither should you

  1. As I told Matt, aside from the Battler Hymn of the Republic being a blasphemous song, it is a very good, but imperfect, article. An excellent antidote to the culture of “don’t offend nobody” that has infected the church.

  2. Manfred: I know why the Battle Hymn is blasphemous, but I’m not sure that is common knowledge. Care to post about that?

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