chattycatzz posted a comment · Jun 28, 2019
Being outraged just gives me ulcers. I have to DO something, since I have young grand children. I will write to someone about this Ames event, but it feels like trying to tread water in a tsunami. Could Jesus return and judgment on this country be far away? No.
Seidensticker posted a comment · Jun 28, 2019
There will always be someone doing something that isn't the way you would've done it. But "get outraged and stay outraged"? Is this really the appropriate response? I realize that politicians and Christian leaders like to say that the sky is falling to encourage good Christians to circle the wagons, but it that necessary? You don't like gay marriage? Then don't get gay married. A library is doing something weird? That doesn't mean that *your* library is doing something weird. Go back 50 years, and they had stuff that annoyed them, too. Maybe staying continually outraged makes you useful for politicians but isn't really what an informed electorate should do.
SteveF posted a comment · Jun 28, 2019