Written on the bulletin board out front of a church I drove past today in the shadiest part of New Jersey were the words "Let Jesus Fix it For You."
I could write an entire book about what I find wrong with this.
But rather than do that, I thought it would be better to put it up for discussion. What does this kind of thinking say about society? What kind of an attitude is that? What a message... Can anyone defend this or should I just continue thinking how horrible it is? Do I really need to explain what's wrong with it?
Corey, I know you assume this comes from my non-christian beliefs so you automatically shut it out of your mind, but actually real believers are those whom I think should be worried the most about some cancer like this spreading through the lymph nodes of their collective heads. Telling people to "let Jesus fix it for them," unless Jesus is a Mexican mechanic, is a horrible horrible message and it has nothing to do with DVD players.
is the shadiest part of New Jersey , that place is a roach ville . all hope is gone from that church by now.
I recommend a better town(conservative ) for churches. Religion is on a all time low these days . can't we just let it go in peace ?
Actually the one thing we do not have is roaches. Anyway I don't think your advice is very practical. People in poverty can not simply escape poverty. It's really not that simple. "Go to a better town for churches." I really don't understand your point.
Ah, just let it go, ha ha. Christianity is chock-full of catchy slogans. I think the best one I've seen is 'The most powerful position is on your knees'.
Why take responsibility for your own life and fate? Let Jesus fix it for you.
Hey, my clutch is fucked up right now, could Jesus fix it for me? And at what cost?
Remember, NOBODY fucks with the Jesus!
It's obviously more Christian stupidity. Christians have no sense of self reliance, they want God (who does'nt exist) to fix all of thier problems for them. I'm not here to go on any sort of anti-religous rants I'm just saying that Christians should try fixing thier thier problems instead of waiting on a miracle.