“People try to persuade us that the objections against Christianity spring from doubt. That is a complete misunderstanding. The objections against Christianity spring from insubordination, the dislike of obedience, rebellion against all authority. As a result, people have hitherto been beating the air in their struggle against objections, because they have fought intellectually with doubt instead of fighting morally with rebellion.”
So what’s my beef this morning you ask? The whole situation with the world. On one hand, people who are much smarter than I am are so sure of everything. They just know. The more I think I know for sure, the less I know, I really know. More on that to come another time.
Jay and I had busy days yesterday and spent our entire day catching up on yard work. The grand dog was here and helped out by patrolling the area as we worked. He was dog tired by the end of the day. My hand is numb from weed whacking.
Well, Jay’s up chattering, the grand dog is here and we have to get ready for church so I’m glad my rainy, confused train of thought was broken. It was all about not knowing what to believe and whom.
One thing is certain, I can believe in God and I’m sticking to that. I just need an interpreter most days and our Rector is so gifted with that. Hope he sticks around for awhile. I have too many questions lately and Jay’s tired of talking about it with me.
Have a blessed!