In my religion (Christianity) we're trained to recognize toxic relationships and then leave them with as little fuss as possible. This is a way of preserving our inner peace.
We began our evangelistic ministry on Twitter thinking that it would be a great way to promote our Christian SciFi novel Biblio's Blood.
We're cleaning up blog posts again and pulling personal development pieces out of the main texts for each day. We'll keep it, but it doesn't need to be in the teaching material.
What makes a prophet a prophet? He's the guy who's not satisfied with the answers he gets from the people of his times so he takes it to the top: he goes directly to God.
Faith and sight are opposites, like light and darkness, good and evil. When you have one you don't need the other, and vice versa. We also use them as concepts in a unified theory of everything.
As the waters evaporated after Noah's flood the cooling effect caused equatorial and polar glaciation. There were temperate zones in the Northern and Southern hemisphere.
Is women submitting themselves to their husbands a selling point for Christianity? Does Christianity need to be sold? How about the dominance of male authority? What if there are no men?
Continuing the theme of weird things that people say on social media there's another question which comes up from time to time which pertains to Jesus' teaching on hell.
Claiming that the expansion of hell is the cause of global warming on social media may seem off the wall. That's because we're in the third generation (X, Y and the Millennials) who've been raised to think that hell's a myth.
Evolution is an extensively documented process of genetic change over time. Arguing against it makes WE Christians look like ignorant home-schooled, knuckle-dragging morons. Sorry for being blunt, that's just how it is.