Bono Interview – Grace Over Karma

Wesleyan Arminian is usually a “Bono free” zone, however, I found this Q&A with Bono to be interesting.

Bono: My understanding of the Scriptures has been made simple by the person of Christ. Christ teaches that God is love. What does that mean? What it means for me: a study of the life of Christ. Love here describes itself as a child born in straw poverty, the most vulnerable situation of all, without honor. I don’t let my religious world get too complicated. I just kind of go: Well, I think I know what God is. God is love, and as much as I respond  in allowing myself to be transformed by that love and acting in that love, that’s my religion. Where things get complicated for me, is when I try to live this love. Now that’s not so easy.”

Make sure to read on to get his thoughts on Grace and the deity of Christ.

Interview here: Grace Over Karma


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One response to “Bono Interview – Grace Over Karma

  1. Apparently, one of his parents was Catholic and the other Protestant, so he attended Mass and Sunday services regularly, appreciating both of them. He liked the splendour and mysterium tremendum of the Mass as well as the preaching in the Protestant services.

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