D.L. Andy Anderson's response (Letters, May 11) to my earlier letter, "Infallible Scripture," attempts to compare the marketing of mouthwash to the need of a savior.
Andy makes light of a modern-day Christian marketing scheme, then later agrees there is "evil and sin" in the world. How does he know there is "evil and sin?"
He questions why "good is so seldom talked about in churches?" As a regular church attendee, I hear abundance of "good" and as a personal invite; all are welcome anytime. From a Christian perspective, here are a few examples of what good is, and is not.
"Good" is God's redemption through his son, for by it we are saved. "Good" is allowing God, who loves you, to be Lord of your life. "Good" is having freedom from questions regarding your eternity.
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"Good" is not attempting to change God's word to fit your worldview nor is it "good" to compare your sins against your peers as confirmation of your righteousness. All this can be found in the Bible.
Andy's questions are quite similar to my own prior to Jesus bridging the gap, and removing the blinders to a bigger picture.
JASON COOK, West Richland