It isn’t complicated.
The informal meaning of “When Push Comes to Shove” is when one must commit oneself to an action or decision. “Sink or Swim” also comes to mind. I’m sure there are others.
Every once in a while I receive a question about Christianity from someone who has stumbled upon my blog. If it is a sincere question, an honest inquiry, I try to answer it. Sometimes the question only serves as a lead-in so that the person who submitted the question can then demonstrate their superior knowledge and intellect and ridicule my faith and beliefs. It’s not difficult to determine what kind of inquiry I have before me. Their response to my initial response to their question usually illustrates the motive behind the question. And in the big scheme of things, that’s all fine. I get it that some people enjoy demeaning others. I try my best not to…
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No it isn’t. Push comes to shove, I will stand with Christ Jesus.
Nice to see you sharing Bruce’s post. What I wrote: “Good post. The other day I forgot on who’s blog a typical atheist troll commented some angry stuff on my comment to the Christian who wrote the original blog post. It struck me as so weird that the guy would want to go tangent on a fight and it seems some guys just like to fight to make themselves feel intellectually superior by constant ask for proof. “
All we can do is pray for him that he comes around while there is still time…which is running out.