ASPEN, CO – Well known local church leader and highly regarded pillar of the community, Mickey Horton, 49, conveniently “spiritualizes away” any topic or area of life that he doesn’t want to tackle in a straightforward, biblical manner, according to numerous reports from friends, family members, and church associates who are “getting really tired” of “the whole abuse of spirituality thing”.
“I find it very important to separate out the spiritual from the worldly, or matters of the flesh, if you will,” explained Horton. “Prayer time, listening to sermons at church, singing in the choir, dropping off my kids at Awana…these are spiritual things. Therefore they are to be taken very seriously. But the way I do business, approach politics, understand law, pursue entertainment, and educate my children…well…those are just the worldly things of this age that I have to roll along with on the world’s terms.”
“The last thing I want to do is even try to mix the earthly with the spiritual by bringing an explicitly Christian approach into those worldly areas of life.”
“I’m way too spiritual for that!”
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