God is not the conduit through which we discover our purpose. Rather, I believe that He, Himself is our purpose, “For in Him, we live, move and have our being,” (Acts 17:28, see also Rom. 11:36).
I am VERY new to gardening, but the trouble I have with root vegetables is that you have to uproot them in order to enjoy the food you’re trying to grow. That feels rather mean to me, after I have spent so much time watering and tending to them— earning their trust, if you will.Continue reading “Promises and Potatoes”
So I think that the idea of “clean” content can align with Christian beliefs, (since the Bible is clear that sex is supposed to happen exclusively in the context of marriage) but we encounter an issue when clean books are promoting a secular, idolatrous worldview.