Why do we hate what is bad more than we love what …

Why do we hate what is bad more than we love what is good?

How can holiness be expressed and achieved without finding its main support in morality?
Could holiness be an expression of reality, or for that matter, our journey of becoming more in tune with reality?

Check back soon, I plan to post the notes from Rob Bell’s sermons on reality. They are truly remarkable.

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1 Response to “Why do we hate what is bad more than we love what …”


  1. 1 O Macer February 10, 2006 at 6:53 pm

    Hey Andrew! How is Colorado? We really should talk some time. It sounds like you have been on an interesting journey. I am curious to get your thoughts on the postmodern journey in conjunction with the denominational standing. This is something I have been thinking about as well. Let me know when a good time might be to call and talk about this. Hope this finds you well.

    Matt Overturf


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