I disagree. What I got from the article is that she feels she's missing the point of her spirituality. Whereas she hears her Christian listeners speak of their solid personal relationship to the Lord, she feels nothing like that after giving her all to Judism.
I don't think she's giving up her religion based on a few faxes. The faxes simply exemplify her realization that something was missing.
posted on 08/15/2003 8:09:06 PM PDT
one of the reasons i'm not a big fan of hers is her lack of grace both in tone and rhetoric. her constant message is be perfect be perfect be perfect. i believe in living righteously, but people make mistakes and i think she could be more gentle in trying to pull people up. and, as a christian, i think it would be great if she found Christ.
posted on 08/15/2003 8:16:25 PM PDT
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