How can there be so many opinions about what Christianity is all about?
Many books about the book about Jesus twist what the book reports about Jesus to satisfy less than the truth about Jesus: "I know that's what the book says Jesus said but I think..."
Here's just one perfectly imperfect illustration of how "Christianity" that's not by the book can be so misleading and maybe even...
American government and courts along with many to most Americans including increasing #s of Biblically illiterate or ignoring at minimum pewsitters and pulpiteers are pretending "Christian" marriage can't/mustn't/won't be limited to a female and male tying the knot.
Questions: "So, uh, where do you find support for that in what Jesus said about marriage?...So, uh, where do you find support for that anywhere in the Bible?...So, uh, where do you find support for that anywhere in Christianity for over two thousand years?...So, uh, where do you find support for that in any of the church mothers/fathers, creeds, confessions, constitutions, traditions, and...? So, uh, just exactly where do you look to find support for this totally recent bastardization of Christianity?"
Answer: "Well, I know the Bible, Jesus, church mothers/fathers, creeds, confessions, constitutions, traditions, and...say the three main ingredients of marriage are a woman and man called to complete and complement each other by God for His glory...but I think..."
Here's the deal aka covenant for Christians by the book.
Christianity by anything/anyone other than by the book is human invention apart from divine revelation because divine revelation as especially conclusive in the enfleshment of Jesus and explanation of the Bible is only confusing to those who are dense by design or have the arrogance to ignore or defy divine revelation as especially conclusive in the enfleshment of Jesus and explanation of the Bible.
For more on this, go to www.koppdisclosure.com sometime later today for Scratching the Surface of Gospelers.
"But as for me and my house..."
Blessings and Love!