Paul's Passing Thoughts

The Magnum Opus of the Reformation: Martin Luther’s Heidelberg Disputation; Part 5

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 1, 2016

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  1. John said, on November 2, 2016 at 1:57 PM

    Against my will, closet-Calvinist that I am (wait, that doesn’t make sense, or does it?), I watched the clip by the king of narcissists, Tchividjian. Tullian reckons that being broken equates being normal; that Christianity is more than a train wreck, etc. And this narcissist hipster (check out his silly adornments; my daughter giggled at those) believes that people are attracted to the “broken” and other shaky things (like “confession” and “fears”) in Christianity. Oops, and he needs (present tense) to be raised from the dead, he says. It seems he is under the law and underground; good place to be from where to lead puppets, as they are all there already.

    Back to the clip review. This deceiver rather needs to wake up and read a decent Bible. He talks like one that is unsaved; not a single sentence in his I-love-myself-please-don’t-spot-my-false-humility clip gave me the idea that he knows/have met the biblical Jesus Christ, and now I’m not even talking about being born-again.

    As born-again believers, we are being indwelled by the Holy Spirit; we are co-heirs with Christ, in His family…not in Depression Anonymous of which this aggrandizer Tchividjian wants to be the eternal and lowly chairworm.

    But I have picked up a tip from Mr. I-Love-Myself: Since I am single again (ladies, take note), from now on I am going to be as broken, trainwrecked and pathetic as I can be…apparently that draws people, which I hope in my case would draw me some ladies, good ones, of course. Ones who are not broken.


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