Monday, November 19, 2012
According to homeschool activist Kevin Swanson in his sermon "Using Yourself Up", it is a sin if parents don't leave their children much of a financial inheritance. Well excuse the contemporary individual if they eat more than a single saltine cracker with a single sip of water per day and aren't amenable to living under a bridge like a common troll waiting for an unsuspecting goat to perambulate by. And what if, as in the case of many of the elderly, what you did save is eaten up by overwhelming medical expenses? Not only are we forced to suffer sickness as a result of the sin curse placed upon mankind, but according to this line of theological reasoning, we must also feel guilt for implications of the sickness itself now?
Posted by epistolizer at 11/19/2012