I’ve always found the song “Kung-Fu Fighting” a bit comical; the performance is even more hilarious. You can watch it here if you wish. I also don’t really get why one would waste so much time singing about something like that either. But the fight that is going on amidst the body of Jesus Christ over the issue of free-will is no laughing matter. Primarily because it is civil war in the church and is diabolically (I mean every ounce of that word) opposed to the unity our LORD prayed for in John 17.
I must confess, I have been on both sides of the battle of this civil war. I have cast aspersions at the opposing team and received like blows. Terms of endearment such as “Heretic,” “Pelagian,” “Muslim,” “God-denier,” “Idolater” or more theologically rooted terms such as “Moron,” “Ignoramus,” or “Stupid” were amidst the arsenal of labels one could use when referring to opponents. This wasn’t just confined to me, but was exemplified by others also on both sides. I’m not trying to justify myself, but just say it’s a common thing. After all, this is war! Right?