We ran in to the buzzsaw of the tolerant last week when we commented on statements made by the author of the popular worship song, “Reckless Love”. Cory Asbury of Bethel described God’s love as “reckless” because he sees God as someone who “puts himself out there” on the “off-chance” that us humans “might love him back.” But is that really who God is? Is His love so much like human love that he could be the sad dude at the door with a rose hoping for a prom date?
His comments, and the resulting controversy, really got us thinking about what worship God demands of us and how we can worship God in a way that is concerned first and foremost with how God has commanded us to worship Him.
Then we move on to our Feminist of the Week—a woman who, in just one tweet, was able to exemplify the absurdity of atheism. It was truly impressive.
50:00 Summer introduces the feminist of the week and the absurdity of atheism.
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