Bags of Bran

Good Heavens.
July 21, 2015, 9:47 am
Filed under: Biography, Destined to get me in trouble

Here is what “we” hold up as models of wise Christian leadership.

What is most irritating about this, from this pastor’s perspective, is that people who were genuinely beginning to think through whether a steady diet of bilge like this might possibly interfere with their spiritual growth will now have “a trusted voice” on the side of their pleasures at war within them (James 4:1).


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I read the article, and what came to mind was, “strange bedfellows”.



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