Isn’t it ironic that Teen Mania will travel across the world to reach a tribal witchdoctor but befriending a local bartender is considered scandalous?
Isn’t it ironic that TM teaches that the honorable, the statesman-like and the disciplined are blessed, but Jesus said that the broken, the hungry, and the poor in spirit are blessed?
Isn’t it ironic that the only people Jesus ever confronted harshly over their sins were the Pharisees?
Isn’t it ironic that TM teaches interns to make restitution for cheating or stealing, yet fails to make restitution for the injuries it causes?
Isn’t it ironic that TM says that Christian leaders who drink alcohol are “wicked sinners” but Jesus drank and even provided alcohol for parties?
Isn’t it ironic that Jesus chose uneducated tradesman for his internship and didn’t even try to make them influencers or statesmen?
Isn’t it ironic that Jesus never put the disciples on probation or dismissed them when they sinned?
Isn’t it ironic that Dave Hasz encourages confronting others over minor things but Jesus said not to look at the speck in your brother’s eye when you have a plank in your own?
Isn’t it ironic that Dave Hasz teaches that it is not “socially acceptable” (direct quote) for women to refrain from wearing makeup and painting their toenails, yet Jesus eschewed social acceptability and befriended whores, alcoholics and lepers?
Isn’t it ironic that the Honor Academy is only for the elite but Jesus came for the sick, not the healthy?
Isn’t it ironic that TM calls themselves Christians but they don’t act like Christ?