Jim Lincoln from Nebraska writes: No, some church pastors are not confused but greedy.
Correction Mr. Lincoln, I believe Scripture calls such men hirelings, not pastors. Those are the type who are to cowardly to obey and honor the Lord when they face human opposition. Their hearts are like the stony ground in Christ's parable. They wither when persecution comes.
Mr. Lincoln, stop making light of Scripture! That's a dangerous thing to do. Psalm 138:2 says," I will worship toward thy holy temple, and praise thy name for thy lovingkindness and for thy truth: for thou hast magnified thy word above all thy name." Don't disrespect God's word!
John UK writes: Wouldn't it be nice if all of us Christians were to consider the lives of all others as ‚Äúhaving unconditional, intrinsic worth.‚ÄĚ? Yes John, that is the way it should be. Then that would drive believers to share the gospel with the lost.
Thanks for the Scripture quotes, Adriel. To answer the question of "Which of these two lives "matter"???" Of course we know that Biblically speaking, they all do to God, because Christ died for all; and God has no pleasure in the death of the wicked. Sadly, those who have not received Him yet, are condemned already.
Hey Jim, just too help you out, the title of that article you posted ( "Republicans Still Skeptical of COVID-19 Lethality") needs to be corrected in order to be completely accurate. It's not just a republican thing, it's a science thing.
Jim Lincoln from Nebraska writes: "This governor has what it takes to be the vice presidential candidate, she certainly would be superior to the one that's presently picked to be the vice presidential candidate for the other party‚ĚóūüĎć ...Just an excellent public servant!"
I trust you are being extremely sarcastic Jim. Shirley you would not seriously call a pro-murder, pro-socialist politician an excellent public servant! Isaiah 5:20 says, "Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!"
Actually Jim, many experts would disagree with you. For example, Stanford University did a study of thousands of actual COVID-19 cases and discovered that the Flu death rate as averaged over the last 4 years was a little higher than the COVID-19 death rate.