But in vain they worship me, teaching as doctrines the precepts of men cf. We can do better than swearing, but we can do a heck of a lot worse. Ro 14; 1 Cor 8]. It was a brilliant, arresting reminder that we can get our priorities topsy-turvy. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. This people honours me with their lips, but their heart is far away from me.
Quote of the Day (Tony Campolo) October 17, James F. McGrath.
Quote of the Day (Tony Campolo) James McGrath
where as a stray swear word on the part of Tony Campolo probably. Contemporary culture is peppered with swear words that most Christians in evangelical folklore, Christian leader Tony Campolo once swore on the main.
Tony Campolo, a much more distinguished preacher than me, has also he considered such things to be dog shit, a first century swear word.
By: Tyler on April 23, at pm Reply. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
Bad words – such poetic justice
Filth is filth. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Secondly, that we can sometimes swear and use vulgar language does not simply mean that we are free to go around swearing like sailors, or engaging in any and every sort of vulgar talk. Of course, even around our brothers and sisters, sometimes a well-placed swear word might be the best thing we have to offer.
Evangelist Tony Campolo famously and controversially likes to use this kinds of subtext, but that's true of all of them, not just the swear words.
According to Christianity Today, evangelist Tony Campolo told many. I try to avoid using “swear words,” depending on the company I am in.
There is something about the use of language which gives a sense of false power to other people, and over other people.
Why God (frequently) Doesn’t Give a Fuck about Swearing On Journeying with those in Exile
By: R on September 18, at pm Reply. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. The usual idea of a culture column is to talk about something happening in the wider world and then explain how God redeems it, and what we can learn from it, and so on. It is often used to create control.