Rob Bell’s Misplaced Seeds of Compassion

Rob Bell has been taking a shalacking because of the way he presented himself during the Seeds of Compassion gathering that was held in Seattle April 11-15. The thing that amazes me about the criticism is that for some reason people seemed to have been surprised that the Seeds-of-Compassion Rob Bell was the same relativizing Rob Bell who authored Velvet Elvis and the theology-cherry-picking-dogma-averse Rob Bell of the Nooma series.

Why would anyone be surprised because Rob Bell didn’t clearly present the Gospel of Jesus Christ at the Seeds of Compassion event when he seems unable to do it even from the pulpit of his own congregation?

More intelligent comments about Bell’s misplaced Seeds of Compassion can be found here, here, and video can be found here.


3 Responses to Rob Bell’s Misplaced Seeds of Compassion

  1. Someguy says:

    You are as ignorant as the rest of your cronies.

  2. jerryk says:

    HI Someguy,

    >> ig·no·rant (ˈig-n(ə-)rənt) adj. – destitute of knowledge or education.

    >> cro·ny (kro’ ne) n. pl. cro·nies – A longtime close friend or companion.

    Your statement is verifiably false. Two of my closest friends are Ph.D’s and 3 of my other friends hold MA’s. I, on the other hand have not earned either degree. So, while your assessment of my educational experience may be accurate, your assertion concerning the reputation of my friends is slanderous and unwarranted.

    Perhaps, for the sake of clarity, you would like to refine your criticism. Have a nice day.

  3. sandrar says:

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