ok, I'm taking the bait, soupy.You know what else bothers me? Genocide in third world countries. Really ruffles my feathers.
Indeed, and could not have been said any better.Yes, there are terrible things in the world, but that does not diminish the reality of taking God's name in vain. It's not cool. It's not trendy.
It would be remiss if someone didn't say something and more companies and products follow suit.
Plus, raising the idea of respecting God, gets us thinking about needing God, and God is the ONLY one who can help us stop this terrible genocide.
You can't really deny it, it's there,2Cr 4:4 Satan, who is the god of this world, has blinded the minds of those who don't believe. They are unable to see the glorious light of the Good News. They don't understand this message about the glory of Christ, who is the exact likeness of God.
Because Jesus died for them!In that case...why give a flying frack?
This makes no sense. Since you're claiming that actions speak louder than words, and our actions should match God's love. But you're also claiming that an action of refusing to give money to someone misusing God's name is somehow...wrong?I think acting in a way that shows the love of God for the world is a better means of showing them to Christ than threatening to boycott them.
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