Thank you, Paul Wallis, for your response, “What being God really means,” to yet another attack on Bible-believing Christians. I had a similar response yesterday to Leonard Pitts’ column. I am not afraid, “phobic,” of anyone. I do believe that God is God and I’m not. And to quote Paul Wallis, “they (Christians) understand some of the most basic rules of their faith, as well as the consequences of disobedience; and they choose not to argue with God. Being God, after all, means not having to give up your authority to ever-shifting human perceptions of social justice. It means, ‘Because I said so.’ ”
Yes, God is love. He is also just. He calls us to repentance, (turning away from) of ALL our sins, gossip, greed, lying, murder, sexual sins, etc., etc. etc., and when we do with His help, He is also merciful.
— Pam Lewshenia