We Christian folk have done a lot of damage to people, and for that, I am very sorry.
Some apologies from the site that were meaningful to me:
I have been critical and expected you to live according to my expectations. I am sorry. -- Patsy
I am sorry that so often the church has twisted Jesus' message to exclude rather than include people. --SallyI'm sorry that so many acts of kindness we bestowed upon you had strings attached. --Lee
I'm sorry that I joined with the multitude of Christians who were known by what (who) they are against, rather than what (who) they are for. That’s judgment, not grace! --GlennI am sorry that I ran off my mouth instead of just listening to you. --JP
For those of you who bothered to read up on Jesus, I know you read the wonderful stories about people flocking to Him and finding love. Or finding a miracle and you hoped that if you came to church you’d get some too. So you came with that last ember cupped in your hands, coming to find the God you’d read about and the love, treasure and the miracle. We stomped on it. I am mortified that we took your last hope and extinguished it. Lord have mercy. I am so sorry. --Sonja
I am sorry too. Sorry for the life I have lead thus far, ensconced in the little Christian social bubble I have built around me. About not seeking out people in my life, and just loving them, without an agenda. For not listening, for being self absorbed. I am sorry for the gigantic undercurrent of Christian folk in this country that have created a consumer culture that rivals that of WalMart, instead of really loving people till it hurts, and making disciples of Jesus.
I am sorry for the shallowness of my faith, and for ignoring the depth of pain and questioning in the lives of those around me.
I am really sorry for judging those around me, just because they don't go to church every Sunday like me.
I am just sorry.