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I loved it! I just more people who call themselves "Christian" would take the hint.
That sounds like glib bull ****.Advertising for Jesus to me reduces him to a commodity like beer or some politician.
I don't think that he was opposing advertising. He was just opposing the way that it has been done.
I addressed what was posted.I don't think that he was opposing advertising. He was just opposing the way that it has been done.
He didn't say they can't or shouldn't, and lets not do that thing again where you tell us what we really meant.
I didn't tell him what he meant or can't say.He didn't say they can't or shouldn't, and lets not do that thing again where you tell us what we really meant.
I'm going to take the other side and say helping people's spiritual perspective is more than worth that money.I wonder how much money they spent for ads that only helped reinforce existing believers. Couldn't this money have been better spent feeding hungry children, and getting sick, poor people healthcare they need?
There you go, telling us it was glib just because of whatever. Insincere? On what grounds is this assumption made? Shallow? Not as shallow as telling people what they really meant.I didn't tell him what he meant or can't say.
So you needn't get all huffy over that straw man.
I recognize glib bull **** when I see it.
That was @Shadow Wolf's mistaken inference.I'm not saying they don't have the right to advertise.
As does mine.My personal opinion stands as written.
That was @Shadow Wolf's mistaken inference.
Read my posts...not hers.
As does mine.
No challenge.I did- your comment was to me "Let'm advertise" as if I had challenged it.
Doesn't seem to me, and the person who posted it is also objecting.Because it was.