Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Our Sick Prayers As Inspired by our Sick Theology

"In the Middle Ages, when pestilence appeared in a country, holy men advised the population to assemble in churches and pray for deliverance; the result was that the infection spread with extraordinary rapidity among the crowded masses of supplicants. This was an example of love without knowledge. The late war afforded an example of knowledge without love. In each case, the result was death on a large scale." - Bertrand Russell . . . In the Philippines, in this already 21st century, instead of taking advantage of the beauty behind science, and the power behind technology that's been elevating other Asian nations into higher growth, better development, and general prosperity, - we Filipinos are still with our sick prayer under a sick theology inside churches and cathedrals. The result thus far is that we Filipinos are only enjoying the greatest of miracles: we Filipinos are getting more and more famous throughout the world as the SICK MAN OF ASIA down here for the greater glory of Jesus up there! - Poch Suzara twitter# Facebook# Google#

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