Jerry Corbaley blogs at Think the Thoughts?
You think Jesus Christ was a good looking Caucasian with long flowing hair.
You worship Jesus Christ as Savior, but not Lord.
You think being rescued from the penalty of sin means that there are no consequences to the sins you commit.
You think your pastor is responsible for your spiritual well-being.
You pray often for the needs of the physical body, and have little appreciation for the spiritual treasure that is yours for the asking.
You think that Jesus Christ would be a democrat or a republican.
You think that America is liable for judgment because of divorce and abortion and have no idea that America is no worse than the rest of the nations.
You think that maintaining a Sunday crowd with marketing is a sign of the blessing of God upon your ministry.
You think worship music is worth as much as preaching.
You think there is a Biblical basis for accredited seminaries, professors, and professional counselors.
You think 30 minutes of prayer a day is more than enough to mortify the influence of the godless upon your children in public schools.
You think that a purpose statement is not a creed for those with short attention spans.
You think that 40-year-old contemporary worship is not a tradition.
You think that the Bible instructs Christians to have a Minister of the Gospel officiate your wedding.
You think that ignoring the greed of the super-rich is acceptable.
You think that defining marriage as one man and one woman committing themselves to each other for life as husband and wife is an acceptable Christian definition of Christian marriage.
You observe special days as holy, like Christmas and Easter.
You think the return of Jesus Christ will be as pleasant as attending a regional Christian music festival.
You think the Biblical term “remnant” is irrelevant.
You might be…and you might not be. Not for me to say.