“In faith there is enough light for those who want to believe and enough shadows to blind those who don't.”
Cancel culture is running rampant today, tearing down statues of confederate soldiers, then statues of people who owned slaves but did some other really good things, then even people who fought for abolition and so on. To be honest, I can agree with some stuff. I don't think it is appropriate to celebrate the confederate cause. However, it seems like cancel culture is pretty selective on what they want to cancel. But, if we are going to embrace cancel culture, here are the things we should cancel next:
There may be more things we should consider reforming or cancelling, but too often we are more concerned about making a statement than making a difference. We need to reverse that trend and be more concerned about making a difference than making a statement.
John Byrne is a pastor who has been spouting off his opinions his entire life (just ask his mom). This little blog is his venue for continuing in this tradition.