That slogan is exactly the kind of sanctimonious piety that sets my teeth on edge. I know you don't mean it this way, but notice that the way that it's phrased, it appears to set Christians apart -- i.e., others aren't perfect either but they're NOT forgiven. Yikes.
You know that someone asked Gandhi whether he could ever convert to Christianity, and he said something to the effect that he would consider it, based on the teachings, if he could ever find a place in which it was practiced. That's kind of my allergic reaction in a nutshell.
Some days, there's nothing but air. -- Frank Romeo Cockatiel
~ ~ ~ All meetings end in separation All acquisition ends in dispersion All life ends in death - The Buddha