I still remember when I got my first bible as a child, I was so excited to read it and made it a goal to finish it within a year. I started reading Genesis, full of anticipation, yet when I got into the ho-hum parts of Exodus, where the bible just talks about building the tabernacle and making the priestly robes, I gave up.
I finally got around to uploading my photos onto facebook, which was a HUGE pain in the ass because 1) my wireless connection sucked 2) the java uploader didn’t work so I could only upload 5 at a time 3) my wireless connection sucked.
I was in the car with my mom and a family friend yesterday, and my mom told me to get out the gps so we could get the directions to get back from Costco to drop off the friend. The friend then made a very interesting analogy. This is what she said:
I was planning on posting anything, but for some reason I felt strongly to write my opinion about religious groups, especially Christians, that try to spread their beliefs to others. The reason being is that I read a post that Regina wrote about inappropriate conversion, and though I agree with them on some parts, I find myself standing up for these accused Christians.