The impartiality that God calls us to is that of equal treatment (Lev. 19:15, Deut 1:16-17, James 2:1-7) not equal outcomes.
The opening lines of this article are a real kick in the pants:
“Mom’s the worst sinner in the family,” my 4-year-old repeated to house guests after our previous gospel conversations about repenting of sin. Apparently. And you know what? There was a time in my life that would have been mortifying. Now, I hear it and think, Yup. Sounds about right.
The woman said she identified as a tree, and, unbelievably, her doctors thought it was a delusion – they didn’t take her claims seriously!
The blame game – we all play it.
“…chances are that your child was already nervous about telling you, and when we react in anger, the usual result is they stop being honest with us when they mess up in the future. It’s important that your reaction be void of anger and full of grace.”
This isn’t long, but it’s worth reading slowly.
Does the ability of an animal to adapt to new circumstances disprove that it was designed? Or does it actually show how well it has been crafted?