Cultured Christianity


Josiah Douglas isn't a super smart guy (even though he has a bachelor's degree), and he doesn't know a lot about God (his degree is in theology), but he does think a lot and sometimes he writes those things down so that you can read them too!

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  1. Bob Douglas says:

    The real tragedy is that both sides are so deeply entrenched that neither can listen to the other. Invective and name calling have replaced dialogue. Nothing less than obliteration of the enemy will suffice; either Christianize or secularize America…
    No matter how we got to this point, the fact is that both extremes—those who want to eliminate religion from political life as well as those who want religion to dominate politics—have overreacted and overreached.
    …Charles Colson (1931-2012), Kingdoms in Conflict, Zondervan, 1987 p 46

  2. I love this. I agree religion, politics and culture should all be separated and not tied together. We as Christians need to be more loving and teaching, and less judging “they shouldn’t do that and call themselves christian” ect. It’s not our place to decide where someone else stands with God. I think the world would be a better place if we all loved just a little more! Would love for you to go more in-depth on these topics (politics, religion and culture)… I think you are on to something and just scraping the surface! Well done Josiah, you left me wanting to read more!
    Thanks for sharing.

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