However, a major step toward becoming a Christian, a major realisation that makes becoming a Christian an option is the realisation that we are not in any way better than anyone else. It’s the dawning upon our awareness that deep within us (sometimes not so deep) lies the potential to be the worst human being this world has ever known.
Why do you think we as Christians often have this reaction to non-Christians? Where do you think it comes from?
Here's a snippet of what Love Above All had to say about this quote that I thought might be of interest as well:
"There is no series of steps to holiness; Athiest, then agnostics, then Christians, then Saints, then God. There's none of that. There is only humans, and God. End of story."