Those of us who are not Christian, might say your headline was metaphorical, some might even say prophetic,
Nope, I do believe in God. Im beginning to think most people do despite what they say. But you are right that I have too much self hatred and self righteous indignation.At first I regretted what I wrote, but the insight you just gave me made it worth it for me at least.
Actually you deserve a better than that. The truth is, I believe that the earthquakes in Christchurch are a sign from God that he is displeased with the Christian world and how they have been behaving.Why He is displeased is a different topic. I think that question is your business. On the other hand, I also believe that whenever someone hears about someone else being punished or rebuked by God, he hears about it, because God also sees the same flaw in the person hearing about it. So if its a flaw you have, its also a flaw I have. For whatever that is worth.Good luck, seriously, everyone is going to need it soon.
I'm terribly sorry. I misunderstood your post. There was an atheist on here who used to celebrate every time some news came of some Christians suffering some natural hardship, I got you confused with him. My apologies.
No problem Tex.
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