Lately, I’ve touched a few topics that have been near and dear to my heart. And quite by accident, I’ve really set some people off. There have been wild debates sparked over the last few weeks when I tried to explain how I put my wife’s interests ahead of my own, how I don’t believe women should be subject to the minutia of rules set up to maintain modesty, and over my expanded definition of spiritual abuse.
I am not going to rehash those topics any time soon. I’ve said my piece, and plenty of people have said their’s.
Instead, I’d like to give just a couple of thoughts on what it means to disagree with other Christians in the online space.
And, for the first time ever, I am setting out, very purposefully, to not spark disagreement. No, instead, in a gesture of goodwill and universal unity, I am going to give my very first list of one-hundred things that everyone – no matter their race, gender, nationality, religion or orientation – can agree on.