Why does humanity seem to think that it is our job to protect God from harm?
To insure that God isn't corrupted by our impurity? To keep God from knowing about the bad stuff?.... as if GOD didn't already know .... as if God was corruptable... isn't that just human arrogance?
Good question, Mike. Two part answer from me: (1) God DOES NOT need humans to protect or defend him. (2) Humans are prideful & arrogant & tribal, & we protect our turf.
IMHO, when we do so in the faith arena without humility we do a great disservice to God.
Right on Ken, my friend. My sentiments precisely.
Mike, I must repeat them!
(1) God DOES NOT need humans to protect or defend him.
(2) Humans are prideful & arrogant & tribal, & we protect our turf.
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