Rosemary LYNDALL WEMM's Blog – June 2010 Archive (1)

The fragility of god-derived self-esteem

During a recent forum exchange a participant suggested that a True ™ Christian would argue that perfect self- esteem is available to all who believe in the omniscient Christian God. If you truly understand God’s view of you, you then have the best esteem of yourself possible.



This is an insidiously evil viewpoint. It leaves the responsibility for fathoming the will and nature of god entirely up to the hapless Believer. The divinity is absolved of all responsibility for clarifying… Continue

Added by Rosemary LYNDALL WEMM on June 23, 2010 at 12:30pm — 5 Comments

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