Thursday, March 8, 2012

Don't Hate the Player, Hate the Game

Christians: Be mindful. We can see clearly by the videos below that there is no such thing as "friendship" with the world and "friendship" with God. There is a reason James wrote about such things in scripture (James 4:4).

You adulterous people! Do you not know that friendship with the world is enmity with God? Therefore whoever wishes to be a friend of the world makes himself an enemy of God. 

The point is this: Christian values and convictions are in direct opposition to those of the world in which we live. For Black and Morgan, this means that Kirk Cameron and the Christians who share his convictions (which are based on scripture) are nothing more than hate-mongers who are out of touch with reality.

But why is it OK for Morgan and Black to call Cameron's moral stance "intolerant" when in the same conversation they call him hateful for standing against gay marriage? Isn't that a bit illogical? These guys seem to know very little (by the sounds of their conversation) about biblical Christianity and yet they chastised Kirk for his viewpoint which is fundamentally inline with what a person would read in the Bible. It really seemed like quite a strange conversation to me. Call Cameron's views hateful, call them out of touch, call them awful or idiotic...but in the name of intellectual integrity, don't do all those things and then call him intolerant. That's just weird.

Kirk Cameron's answer:

Morgan and Black's response:

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