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Bert Perry's picture

He's argued that he wanted Tim Tebow to fail because of evangelism, so at least he's consistent. 

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.

Adam Blumer's picture

Was a bit puzzled by this post. Starting reading the article, came across a colorful curse word. Was still puzzled about what this was about. Maybe in future the teaser should give folks a bit more to go on. So this guy's unsaved and doesn't like a ministry trying to reach his daughter by appealing to her using pizza, etc. That's pretty standard stuff in outreach. Just took too long for me to figure out what this was about. 

Jim's picture

Adam Blumer wrote:

Was a bit puzzled by this post. Starting reading the article, came across a colorful curse word. Was still puzzled about what this was about. Maybe in future the teaser should give folks a bit more to go on. So this guy's unsaved and doesn't like a ministry trying to reach his daughter by appealing to her using pizza, etc. That's pretty standard stuff in outreach. Just took too long for me to figure out what this was about. 

Bert Perry's picture

....is a person who appears to be mostly culturally Jewish (as opposed to Orthodox, Conservative, or the like), and sees the Holocaust as a Christian deed.  So making his daughter into a Christian would be, for him, a repeat of the Holocaust on a smaller scale.  

Now this doesn't make sense to me, historically and ethically--the Austrian corporal came awfully close to being denounced by no less than the Vatican in 1934 (there was actually a treaty) for what he was doing to the state church (this also resulted in the Confessing Church and Bonhoeffer), but I am pretty sure that's where he's coming from.  He will simply get nervous whenever anyone takes their religion seriously enough to suggest it might be a blessing to others.

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.

Jay's picture

So Jeff likes Christians as long as they aren't, you know, serious about their faith.

Duly Noted.  Still don't care about his opinion.

#hatersgonnahate​#unbelieversdontbelieve

"Our task today is to tell people — who no longer know what sin is...no longer see themselves as sinners, and no longer have room for these categories — that Christ died for sins of which they do not think they’re guilty." - David Wells