My problem is theological – it’s numerical. It’s not like it’s the Highlander of books.
I see the term “God-fearing” used a lot in books and television, and I would suspect, personal ads, when, usually, a single woman says she wants a “God-fearing” man. Why on Earth would you want one of those?
A little while ago, someone on Facebook posted a very dangerous video. It was from a priest of some indeterminable denomination and it contained a very errant message.
Yes, I am going to talk about Christmas Carols. No, I’m not a fan. As I’ve mentioned before, most of them are miserable songs that are usually just a half-step away from being a funeral dirge. Sure, they say “Yay, the savior is born!” But they do it with all the zeal of an Eeyore on heroin.
It’s not a war on “Christmas.” The holiday itself is lovely. Peace on Earth actually being practiced? Yes, please. Let’s have more of that. (And we don’t have to limit that part to this particular holiday.) But there are some issues that need addressing.
I produce called “The Wytching Hour.” The subject of the show? Modern Paganism. I think it’s a very interesting show. I’m just the engineer on it, really. I do none of the programming or subjects and I find it fascinating. Unfortunately, there are people who get weirded out by the subject and wonder why I’m not doing a Christian show. There’s where the issues begin.
Isn’t prayer really just taking “god’s” name in vain? If nothing else, you seem to be trying to annoy an all-powerful being with your petty concerns. Is that really a good idea?
I have no problem with you wanting to be religious, but here’s one (or more) of a myriad of reasons why I’m not. Sorry if I screw up your religion at the same time.