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I, the Kafir, the Ingrate…over at Wheat & Tares

March 12, 2011

Abrahamic Religions

I actually missed my post two weeks ago for Wheat & Tares (because of the tournament the TAMU Fencing club last hosted — to which I indirectly refer to in this week’s post.) My latest post at Wheat & Tares covers the idea of ingratitude as a central cause for disbelief and sin.

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2 Comments
  1. So now I expect you’ll understand why you need to be grateful to God for everything you have and are. Turn back to him, Andrew. He is waiting with open arms.

  2. LOL, haven’t quite gotten to that point yet.

    If God wrote on my FB wall, “If you were trying to hurt me, you did,” then I’d reconsider.

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