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Facebook Posts People Seemed To Like For Holy Week 2013

Here are a few Facebook posts for Holy Week that people liked and commented on.  If you are not a part of my Facebook community, click here to join.

 

I see a lot of people who think they are tipping sacred cows…but all they are really doing is shoveling cow manure.

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“The Bible’s aim is not to beat belief into you, but to invite you to believe through the surprise of laughter.” – Steve Shoemaker¬†– What surprises has God brought into your life that are just so GOOD that you are overwhelmed by the blessing – the kinds of things that prompt the kind of faith that expresses itself in laughter?

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“It’s easy to tell when people are parroting the thoughts and comments of others rather than thinking for themselves. It’s obvious when you challenge them, expecting a friendly and lively debate, but instead they get angry, dismissive, and begin acting passive-aggressive. That’s a sure-tell sign that they have not -and that they are unwilling – to actually think about what they are saying. “Polly want a cracker!”

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Hey, for all of you who do not believe in the Holy Trinity and that Jesus is God incarnate (God in the Flesh), please rip out the page in the Bible when Thomas looks at the risen Christ and says to him, “My Lord and my God!”

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The cross was a place where God poured out love, not anger.  The cross is not about Divine retribution, but Divine mediation.

 

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The Church of Facebook: How the Hyperconnected Are Redefining Community
by: Jesse Rice
publisher: David C. Cook, published: 2009-10-01
ASIN: B003GAMZDQ
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A revolution is taking place, one profile at a time. Online social networks are connecting people like never before. And with millions of users, they’re creating a virtual world that erases all boundaries. It’s a movement that’s changing how we form relationships, perceive others, and shape our identity.

Yet at their core, these sites reflect our need for community. Our need for intimacy, connection, and a place to simply belong. Are we seeing the future of the church? Do these networks help or hurt relationships? And what can these sites teach us about God and each other?

The Church of Facebook explores these ideas and much more. Author Jesse Rice offers a revealing look at the wildly popular world of online social groups. From profiles, to The Wall, to status updates, to “poking,” Jesse shares what Facebook reveals about us, and what it may mean for the church.

 

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