Re: [asa] fellowship in this group

From: David Clounch <>
Date: Wed Sep 16 2009 - 11:57:10 EDT


David said:
“I'd like to ask if there is any tenet of Christianity you would defend as
being true? “

I’m in the state of mind now that I’m against the beliefs of all ‘revealed
religions,’ but I think there is some good stuff in there. For example, in
Christianity, I like the ideas of “the fruit of the spirit” and focus on
emotional maturity.

My response to that is the apostle Paul wrote about how if Jesus didn't rise
from the dead then faith is all in vain. That certainly would apply to
what you are saying here too. Christianity *is* the messiah. Without Him
there isn't any truth in Christianity - it's all a bunch of flowers and
rosey feelings and garbage. A human made religion. So what you are saying
is what you like about it is the human made religion part. Thats what I
meant when I referred previously to Churchianity.
That's watered down Christianity (what CS Lewis calls "Christianity and
water" - the analog of scotch and water). You've been taken for a ride by
western secular culture Bernie.

I'm going to try to make this my very last response to you. Maybe if you
were to show that you have absorbed some of CS Lewis's works I'd change my
mind. But I have to cut it off for now.

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