From The Christian Left:
- "The Christian Left rejects exclusivity. We believe that John the Baptist wasn’t kidding when he proclaimed the coming of Jesus saying, “and all flesh shall see the salvation of God.” We firmly believe that all means ALL. The exclusionary gospel of the Christian Right is foreign to us. We do not recognize it. Jesus came to set the captives free and announce the arrival of the peaceable kingdom of God where ALL are welcomed. Like a member of The Christian Left (Shannon Maynard) has said, one of our favorite words in the Bible is whosoever."
I personally support this paradigm and would die (not kill) believing in it (if I had to). All Jesus ever said about martyrdom is "Don't fear those who can kill the body. After that there is nothing else they can do." Then He proved once and for all that death is neither final or ultimate. -- CQ (talk) 19:10, 15 January 2015 (UTC)
just a note
- we don't use 'articles' in front of entry names
- we source (URL, author) third party citations, or we sign original material that we post (so this is different from the wikipedia standars)
- if anonimity is required, you can sign self-written material with initials or some such