Love the sinner, hate the sin.
We have all fallen short. Case in point. I have FORGIVEN you for posting two tons of questions... Tsk Tsk
Yes. It's a concept that non-Christians simply can't see for some reason, and even Some Christians can't see it when it comes to issues of abortion, homosexuality, etc.
Absolutely correct! We are to love our neighbors as ourselves, but abhor sin, which offends a just and Holy God.
Hate is an emotion that almost always hurts only the person doing the hating. I might not love them but wouldn't waste my time hating them either.
Hey jaid. I have to repost this from the other thread:
I just get my philosophy from more than one book...
A book, I must add that you have never read. You only have a copy that was translated by a bunch of guys ordered by King James.
I dunno, I'm pretty fond of some "sins"
If all the sins on Earth are revisited in Hell, does that make it seem like a college town? Or New Orleans during Mardi Gras?
If hell is anything like Mardi Gras, count me in.
I agree with the sentiment but I don't believe in "sin", per say.
I don't believe in sins.
I'll just say I love the individual, but I hate their actions (which is the same, minus the unnecessary inclusion of divinity).