Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Missing Godly Wisdom

It appears that "Jim" over at Irregular Times doesn't understand why I, as well as many other Christians, are concerned about the godless culture of secular humanism.

At least I can agree with the title of his blog. These certainly can be considered "irregular times" when you see so many ungodly things happening in this world. What makes matters worse these days is that much of it goes by unchecked because of disbelief in THE source of Godly Wisdom, namely, the Person of Jesus Christ and His Word, the Bible.

You can go over and read Jim's rant at the link above. Here is my brief, but to the point, reply:

You (Jim) asked, “What is the news that convinces Christine the “secular humanists” have captured her children?”

If you were a regular reader of my blog at Talkwisdom, you would find out about all of the “secular humanism” reasons that are, unfortunately, capturing the hearts, minds, bodies, souls, and spirits of children in these godless days.

I’m concerned about ALL children, not just my own.

Perhaps if you would take the time to read the Bible, you might realize the wisdom of this verse:

Romans 12:2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.

New King James Version © 1982 Thomas Nelson

Update: If you went over to the link above and read through the thread, you will find that, apparently, nothing stops a conversation with non-believers like quoted Scripture...


ebsfwan said...

Actually...I read the link and unfortunately it seems that the conversation stopped because you ignored their point that the survey referred to reading Harry Potter or watching the Lord of the Rings as witchcraft.

Mark said...

actually... the conversation took an ugly turn when someone (Christine) had the audacity to resort to Biblical absolutes. Lovers of the dark hate when light is shed upon their love of darkness.

Christinewjc said...

Thanks for the back-up Mark! Your post over there was exactly what they didn't want to read but absolutely needed to read!

Looks like you left 'em speechless...too!!

Great work! Praise God!

Mark said...