(2-6-2008) If a wrong you had done was weighing on your conscience, would you be willing to confess it online?
February 7, 2008 at 3:08 AM EST - Updated June 30 at 7:25 PM
If a wrong you had done was weighing on your conscience, would you be willing to confess it online?
DS, Columbia It seems to me as if there are so many more important topics to discuss than this nonsense. What about all the lives lost during the tornados ? There are many important issues that we are faced with that need discussing ! Please !
LR, Columbia No, i wouldn't be willing to confess it on line because you are not being true with your confession. If you wronged someone, you should be big enough to go to that person and confess, not on line. Confession is good for the soul, but it should be a private matter, not a public display.
SM, Lexington Absolutely not! Haven't we learned the Internet isn't safe or completely anonomyous? I'd pray for forgiveness and do my best to move on.
cs, chapin next question please as this is so juvenile no one will seriously respond.
vc, chapin No, no, a thousand times no. God is not on the internet. Why dont you confess to your dog, or the doorknobs on your house. This is about as stupid as it can get. I will say one thing, Heaven will not be terribly crowded, by the looks of today's collection of fools.
BA, Hopkins No...I would take my confession and request for forgiveness to the Lord in prayer. After all, HE is the only one who can forgive you. I don't need someone from another source (online) to see my wrongdoings.
DT, West Columbia Online confessions have only the meaning that the confessors place on them and the entertainment value that voyeurs derive from them. I personally see them as somewhat narcissistic and exhibitionist, and so would never resort to an online confession.