Argh (or why Kathy Griffin inspired me to make a faith-based post)

I’m not really one to keep up with news and media. I found it either made me angry or depressed AND if it was something really important, I’d find out from a friend or loved one.

That’s simply to explain why I haven’t written about this yet.

I firmly believe in the rights of all Americans to choose their form of worship. I, personally, am a follower of the 100% man, 100% God (and I know that is 200%) Jesus. I chose for Jesus to be the boss of my life and I follow his teachings as laid out in the Bible. I believe that I will not ram them down your throat or make you change your lifestyle to act like you also made Jesus the boss of your life.

That being said, I believe I have a right to talk about my faith without fear of retribution. Much like people talk about their careers, family or non-profit work. I also believe that my faith should not be mocked by those who do not believe it, follow it or live it.  And if you do mock it, I should be able to say ‘hey that’s not right!’

So Kathy Griffin, you’ll never read this blog but your comments at the emmys wasn’t right. I’ve watched several of your standup routines. I know you make fun of all groups. That doesn’t make it right either.

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One Comment

  1. Kim
    Posted October 29, 2007 at 11:05 pm | Permalink

    Preach it on, sister! I couldn’t agree more. Thanks for speaking up.

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