How many times… tens? I suspect it’s more like hundreds. And depending on how lousy your church is, perhaps thousands… You may have heard thousands of times that the Bible teaches “Hate the sin and love the sinner.”
Yeah, well, except it doesn’t say that. Who did? The little Adulterating, Incestuous, Pacifist, Murdering hindu in diapers, Gandhi, said it.
With 31,000+ verses in the Bible, the only document inspired by the One True God, the Creator of the universe, why would you and your church friends (and your Pastor!) quote a Hindu? Do you often witness by quoting Satan? Are Hitler quotations proudly printed on your church’s weekly bulletins?
If It’s Not in the Bible, It’s Mythology at Best
If God could separate the sin from the sinner, wouldn’t He do that and everybody would go to Heaven?
So if it’s so easy to separate the two, why doesn’t the infinite Creator do what the diapered murdering little hindu taught? It’s because you can’t, and God can’t make the distinction between sin and the sinner. Sin is a heart problem that must be dealt with, not ignored in platitudes written by a diapered, incestuous hindu.
No? Then Please, Please, Please Explain to Me This:
If God is not really upset with a person who does evil but is angry at the sin itself, then it follows that He is really not all that happy toward a person who does an act of righteousness. That it is therefore the act of righteousness itself that He loves and enjoys, not the person according to the adulterating diapered hindu.
I’ll have more. I know, I know, “The Bible tells us to love our enemies.” You think I don’t know it says that? You think I ignore that? Just stay tuned.