The Continued Crucifying Of Rob Bell, And What It Says About The State Of Modern Christianity


no iar dă Rob Bell. A lamerichen!

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It’s often been said that we Christians eat our own.

This unsettling expression is all-too true, and apparently Rob Bell is on the menu yet again.

For a people whose go-to ideas are love for God and love for others, we Jesus folk are often pretty horrible toward one another, especially to those of us who attain any sort of position in the larger culture.

Oh sure, we’ll root like crazy for them to reach the masses on their way up, but once they do, we’ll as willingly and passionately go about the work of ripping them from their lofty positions; discrediting them, ridiculing them, shaming and shunning them in the process.

In the Church, as in so many other spheres of life, we love to love you when your star is rising, and few in modern times have risen faster or higher.

A decade ago, Rob Bell was a flat-out Christian Rock Star.

He was

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By Alexandru Nădăban Posted in 2014

2 comments on “The Continued Crucifying Of Rob Bell, And What It Says About The State Of Modern Christianity

  1. Bun articolul despre fr. Bell. Deh, au si crestinii majoritari preocuparile lor. (Iar la noi, bonus, si crestinii minoritari le au pe ale lor). Doamne, ce spectacol va fi in acea zi de apoi! De n-ar fi serioasa treaba, as lua cu mine pachete intregi de popcorn…

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