Kent Bush | @KentBush
Remember when the biggest controversy in Christian music was whether the kiss when heaven met earth was sloppy and wet or merely unforeseen?
Those were the good old days.
As Christians we deal with serious and life altering issues. I wish we didn't deal with them in such silly and cynical ways.
Because most Christians have faith that is as narrow as their own minds and as deep as a summer puddle, it is much easier for them to judge others and cast aspersions than offer any degree of kindness or understanding.
People of faith really need to stop looking through the walls of their glass houses and put down the magnifying glass that they use to inspect the actions and motives of others’ beliefs. We would all do better spending that time looking in a mirror, but we don’t.
Facebook is filled with blogs about “why people don’t sing in church anymore” or articles critical of singers who perform rather than leading worship in a church services.