Nothing makes my eyes roll faster than seeing a book titled "Simple Sermons for Saints and Sinners." The reason? Theology, and faith are not easy. One of our founding fathers, an Atheist named Thomas Paine thought faith was easily taken apart. I rolled my eyes when I read his book, "Common Sense" (Which in my mind is the same as using the word "simple" before sermons.). When he made obvious mistakes, like talking seriously about the apple in the garden, I couldn't take his argument seriously. (The garden in Genesis never talks about apples. We assume the forbidden fruit was an apple. Truth is, it doesn't say what the fruit looked or tasted like.)
Therefore, when I was at Goodwill, and saw the book "Simple Sermons for Saints and Sinners" I had to pick it up. Turned out, this was just one in a series. Apparently, faith can't simply be condensed to one volume. Anyway, the last chapter caught my attention:
If I were Satan.
There a three theological discussions that perk my interest.
What do you think? What would you seriously or sarcastically add to this list?