Who wants to take all that ‘love one another stuff’ literally, #AmIRight….
[Of course the problem with the ‘I don’t take the Bible literally’ herd of ignoramuses is that they don’t really mean what they say. What they mean is that they don’t take the parts they don’t like literally. Things that make them uncomfortable, or challenge their precious Millennial preconceptions, or cause them to rethink their social ethics, those they don’t take literally. But of course they’re the first ones to chime in with ‘don’t judge me’ as soon as you challenge their theologically ignorant misreadings of texts. That they think they’re taking literally though of course they aren’t. They take the Bible neither literally nor seriously. They take it in pieces and consequently they take it to pieces. And worst of all, their ignorance is so invincible, they don’t even know what they’re doing.]