- He called her out on her sin.
- He called out the accusers for their sin, and followed the law He set in place, by not condemning her in the absence of witnesses, a priest and a judge.
- They were doing what they were ordered to do, and what God needed to be done. However, He did tell Pilate that Judas had the greater sin...:think:
This is exactly right, and my point, He never wandered from using the Law to convict and He never used personal attacks against anyone except arguably the Pharisees whe believed that their works made them righteous. In the pastoral epistles there is a clear standard communicated and Bob is moving away from it in my view.
And speaken of ad hominim attacks the congruent logical fallacy, I cannot recall if Bob has a particular quip for the republicans. I have listened to BEL consistently since I was redeemed in 2001 on kltt. I have heard him call them cowards, proaborts and incidentilt "we" yesterday. I am a Christian, I don't lie, I am not lying about listening to BEL, and I am done defending my bona fides as a listner. That does not in any way void my call to evaluate the show in light of the Scriptural standard, and I do believe that there has been a change in the tone of the show. Not what is communicated but how.