Archive for August 27th, 2010

This showcases one of my biggest complaints with Christians (and I consider myself one).  It is a reason why I don’t go to church because it seems like everywhere you go, you run into people who are more concerned about your sin than theirs(the whole “My Way News” article is here) Emphasis mine…

The strippers, fueled by Cheetos and nicotine, are protesting a fundamentalist Christian church whose Bible-brandishing congregants have picketed the club where they work. The dancers roll up with signs carrying messages adapted from Scripture, such as “Do unto others as you would have done unto you,” to counter church members who for four years have photographed license plates of patrons and asked them if their mothers and wives know their whereabouts.

See, the church started this mess.

The pastor?  He’s most concerned with motes in other’s eyes.

“As a Christian community, we cannot share territory with the devil,” Dunfee said. “Light and darkness cannot exist together, so The Fox Hole has got to go.”

One stripper rightly calls the church’s member’s behavior hateful.  A congregant’s reply goes like this:

Debi Durr, who attends the church, disagreed. “You don’t stand up there for four years for hate. That’s not hate. That’s love,” she said. Durr left Meske with a copy of Jeremiah 3:13 – a Bible passage that urges sinners to acknowledge their guilt.

Yes, yes you do stand up there for four years for hate- if you seek to coerce or embarrass people in order to get your “message of love” across, you are tarnished silver.

I like that the strippers have showed up in bikinis.  It makes a point.

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