tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9193910827847323491.post6464541514906006666..comments2019-07-05T04:01:28.176-04:00Comments on RE: Think: He Stinketh: My Thoughts on Rob Bell's Velvet ElvisUnknownnoreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9193910827847323491.post-44143129628749453872009-10-04T18:00:47.476-04:002009-10-04T18:00:47.476-04:00So, by contrast you would contend we should love e...So, by contrast you would contend we should love everyone without voicing judgment, may I presume? Except, when you hold (as the Christian faith does teach) that there is indeed transcendent right and wrong, you have to realize that it is most decidedly unloving to hold one&#39;s tongue while others engage in what God has told us is &quot;wrong&quot;--and wrong, mind you, can have grievous consequences. <br /><br />Will Rob Bell be in heaven? I believe so. Is it possible that his ministry, if allowed to go unchecked (or un&quot;slammed&quot; as you put it), might lead others astray resulting in ultimate damnation? Quite possibly. So in view of this, what action is most loving on my part?Nick Carterhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05389903464638309338noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9193910827847323491.post-61148027820712294342009-10-04T13:02:29.255-04:002009-10-04T13:02:29.255-04:00I love how Christians spend so much time criticizi...I love how Christians spend so much time criticizing others and slamming people, compared to doing something productive with their faith. Way to blog.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com