Merry Christmas

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  2. Donald says:

    Merry Christmas!

    Dalrock (and readers),

    Do you have any advice on finding a good denomination/church that is relatively free of social justice warriors/divorce mongers and their ilk?

    Any advice if these folks are actually in your church?

    Thanks.

  3. David Blue says:

    Merry Christmas!

  4. Kari Hurtta says:

    Merry christmas and happy new year also to you.

  5. Nina says:

    Hi Dalrock!
    A late Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
    I have a question:

    I was reading the book of Hosea today, in which God asks Hosea to “marry a promiscuous woman and have children with her”. Hosea obeyed, but his wife, Gomer, remained promiscuous and was unfaithful to her husband. However God asked Hosea not to abandon her and told him: “Go, show your love to your wife again, though she is loved by another man and is an adulteress.”

    Can’t you make the case that men are called to marry promiscuous women and love them and remain faithful to them no matter how the women chose to behave, (which doesn’t mean that a man cannot rebuke his wife like God rebukes Israel in the book of Hosea)?

  6. God is your own human imagination your sense of I am ness. Don’t look for a God outside of yourself.

  7. Oscar says:

    “Don’t look for a God outside of yourself.” ~ Elle Bee

    Self love. It’s so basic. The all-natural opiate.

  8. Can’t you make the case that men are called to marry promiscuous women and love them and remain faithful to them no matter how the women chose to behave, (which doesn’t mean that a man cannot rebuke his wife like God rebukes Israel in the book of Hosea)?

    Are you simple?

    No seriously? That is a warning for Christian men on who not to marry, not a manual…

  9. John Nesteutes says:

    @Donald,

    Please get in touch. I go to a church where the Christian values on this blog are embraced enthusiastically, and have been since time immemorial. (Non-Christian values need not apply: any cad who thinks fornication is just fine will promptly find himself exhorted to repent, and put out of fellowship if he does not.)

    Do note that you may have to set aside some doctrines that evangelicals hold near and dear. For example, if the notion of women being expected to do something that men aren’t really required to do bothers you, or something being “unfair” to a woman (e.g. not letting a woman remarry after a divorce from a husband who allegedly committed adultery), then this type of church won’t be for you.

    @ElleBee80298051

    Thank you for expressing the lie first perpetrated to Eve in the garden by the serpent so succinctly. Why are women always attracted to pantheistic nonsense like “God is whatever is in you”?

  10. John Nesteutes says:

    @Nina

    Sure, if God himself tells you to marry a prostitute in order that you may prophesy to the Israelites that God views them as whores because of their idolatry.

    Isaiah found himself asked by God to walk around naked for 3 years. Jeremiah buried his clothing in mud and then wore it, a stinking, rotting mess, as a sign to the Israelites.

    So there is an equal case to be made for marrying a woman who chose to engage in immoral behaviour as there is for walking around in public naked.

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