Updated: Mar 4
Society wants to talk about God, but only on its own terms. It desires a god who conforms to cultural norms and does not call them from the ruins of a wasted life. A god that does not challenge or contradict; a god that does not transform; a god that accepts them where we are only to leave them—unsaved, unmoved, unconvinced, and unchanged.
On one hand are the cries for hope and peace, but on the other those same voices cry, “this is who I am,” “who are you to tell me how to live,” “why do you hate me?” In the exact same way an opioid addict longs for a heal