Convey: (v) to communicate; impart; make known
I believe in God but sometimes I wish I didn’t.
God has some of the shittiest front people you’ll ever meet. They are unkind, self-involved, pious, ignorant of history and single-minded in a way that makes them appear to be brainless.
The truth of the matter is, if you lock a child up in the basement, he or she will begin to believe the whole world is a basement.
There will be no attempt on the child’s part to expand his or her vision to conjure a world of pleasantries and peace. The church has imprisoned its members in the catacombs of ignorance. So…
How can I convey the love of God without being associated with the hatefulness of God?
How can I convey the mercy of God without coming across as an airhead who doesn’t really care that there are standards in life?
How can I convey that Jesus has been abducted by religion and is being held hostage for your tithe?
Sometimes I want to throw my hands up in the air—and not as symbol of praise, but rather, desperation.