Hello readers and welcome to this very brief news update! What’s the news for my blog?
Well, I’ve been slugging through my series on modesty and soon that will be done (possibly this week, possibly next). During this last writing stint I’ve realized that tossing out a weekly post is all I can manage right now, with maybe a small extra (like this) once or twice a month. Once my modesty series wraps up, I’ve got two things coming down the pipe:
1. I’m teaching my Jr. and Sr. High kids through spiritual warfare right now and will start sharing that material, in a somewhat modified form. Expect that in a few weeks.
2. I’ve done an overview of the books of the Bible with my Jr. and Sr. High kids and may toss that up to fill in some space and give a general overview of the entire Bible.
3. After that, I’ll be taking a stab at the topic of generational curses. It seems that the idea of generational curses is all over the internet. It’s being peddled by a ton of people (even some who should really know better) and the refutation I’ve found regarding generational curses is woeful. The whole concept is straight witchcraft, and the people who try to claim scriptural support for the idea are biblically incompetent and blisteringly foolish. Hence, I’d like to toss something online that puts that heresy out of it’s misery.
I’m sorry if that language is a little strong, but if you believe or (God forbid) promote the idea of generational curses, you need to pray for God’s mercy. You’re in serious danger. The whole concept of generational curses is a direct affront to Christ, the gospel and the foundational principles of a Christian worldview. Christians don’t (or shouldn’t) believe in “curses,” at least in the magical sense of the term where a person/object/place is hexed (or “demonized” if you’re Christianizing the pagan language). Christians definitely shouldn’t believe in “generational” curses.
I’m sure I’ve stepped on some toes with that language.
Evangelicalism has a epidemic of immaculate cuticles.
Stay tuned and have some gauze ready.
Until Next Time,
Lyndon “Be glad that the last image wasn’t this” Unger
P.S. – Don’t blame me that your curiosity got the better of you. Some things can’t be unseen.