Thinking Out Loud

January 5, 2009

Neighborhood Conversation

Filed under: Christianity, Church, theology — Tags: , , — paulthinkingoutloud @ 4:57 pm

“Do you know the people at #47?”
“Yeah, their kids play soccer on the teams my brother’s kids play on.”
“Have you ever talked to them?”
“Once or twice; they kinda keep to themselves.”
“Did you know they were Christians?”
“I know they go off to church every Sunday.”
“Ever ask them about it?”
“Yeah, one time; I said, ‘I see you go to church on Sundays.'”
“Did they tell you they were Christians?”
“They said they were Calvinists.”

1 Comment »

  1. […] We get this today. Doctrinal identity often overshadows our Christian identity. […]

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