Stephen Sizer on Christians and Justice

In Stephen Sizer’s world, it is okay for believers in Jesus to set the police on each other, but not to sue each other.

In the second instance – which Sizer condemns – at least you don’t encounter policemen until there’s been a fair trial!

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8 responses to “Stephen Sizer on Christians and Justice

  1. Aslan

    Sizer’s hypocrisy is just breathtaking!

  2. Dooley

    According to Calvin Smith’s book and blog he is also becoming increasingly marginalised in some circles of British evangelicalism which were previously sympathetic to him – which is very gratifying 🙂

  3. Surely, a case of do as I say, not do as I do?

  4. Sizer’s right.
    Jews for Jesus have acted foolishly, but not as outrageously.

  5. modernityblog

    Charles,

    I get the impression that Rev. Sizer makes it up as he goes along.

    He was happy to attack a blogger with the full force of the law when it suited HIM, but on other occasions….well?

  6. Is it me or has the Guardian trimmed the comments quite a bit from the links Joseph put? I don’t see the comment by ‘Lewis’ which someone else responds too. Hmmm.

  7. Pilgrim

    This Christmas as we once again think of the light shining in the darkness this blog comes readily to mind. It might only be a chink of light to be sure, but it shines into an exceedingly dark place and is therefore all the more welcome.

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