Do You Agree with Jason?

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Who is Jason

It has been an interesting time, as I have read your comments and musings. Again, it is quite interesting what thoughts people have had about this whole thing. Thoughts have ranged from who Jason is to what he believes to how bad of an idea this is and how frustrating it is.

Okay, so the whole lack of question mark. I must say that the responses to that have been fun. I mean, even one of the marketing professors on campus thinks it was a brilliant move...it did get people talking.

Today is the day of revealing who Jason is. It is very exciting to have this chance to introduce Jason, to you. So, here is a little about Jason.

Jason is a Senior here at CWU. He is happily married to a wonderful wife, Sarah. In his spare time, Jason loves to play basketball and poker. Jason also loves the sport of baseball. As for music, his favorite genre is Jazz.


Jason believes in...

The powerful, persistent and unfathomable love of the one true God, in the persons of Father, Son and Holy Spirit for all people.

This love is expressed perfectly in Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who entered into human history, fully God and fully man, showing us a God who is holy and perfect, who compassionately knows our suffering.

I believe that Jesus calls for us to live our whole lives in an all-consuming, passionate, and life-defining relationship with our Creator.

A relationship we’ve thwarted because we are all lost and guilty of wrongdoing. Because of this wrongdoing, we were distanced from the God we were meant to know.

But I believe that God nonetheless calls out to us now, and I believe that the Bible is completely accurate and inspired Word of God to us.

The Bible speaks about Jesus, crucified to bear the punishment for our sins, and who then rose from the dead, announcing to us that through Jesus we could have hope of life-after death spent with God.

I believe by the Holy Spirit, all who come and put their trust in the Lord for their whole lives will find a restored relationship with God, a new relationship with the world, forgiveness for our sins, new life in the present, and hope in the life to come. By God’s amazing grace to us we will be with Jesus on the day He returns…Just as He said.

I believe God is here now and forever. God is alive. God is active. God is not some distant power sitting in the heavens looking down at us with a telescope letting us run our own business, but rather God is closer to us than our very souls. He sustains not only our life, but all life.

More than just a creed, more than a system of beliefs, but my hope and all that I am.

Thanks for your time and comments. Have a nice day.

-iagreewithjason

28 Comments:

At 9:23 AM, Anonymous Caretaker said...

I hereby, and sincerely register my disagreement with Jason.

 
At 10:45 AM, Blogger I Agree with Jason said...

Registation accepted

-iagreewithjason

 
At 10:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it is really cool that Jason is stepping out for what he believes. We go throughout our days so apathetic to everything and it is about time someone stood for something on this campus! Even if I may disagree with what he says, I respect him for taking a stand, and for that I am willing to listen to what he has to say. See you tonight at 7 Jason!

 
At 2:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't agree with Jason, and think that his tactics are wasteful and insulting to students.

 
At 4:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't agree with Jason.

I don't agree with Jason's deceptive advertising strategy.

I agree with Jason's right to speak out for his beliefs.

J

 
At 4:49 PM, Anonymous mr. friend said...

Anyone remember "Do you agree with tyler and pete"?. As is obvious, from your nearly identical "campaign" and popular belief that god and jesus are cool, Jason can't think for himself.

It is easy to step out for what you believe when it is the norm. What I mean is, wow there's a white male christian standing up for what he believes. BIG DEAL! We are awash in a sea of people who agree w/ you. A satanist or muslim or atheist point of view would have made this at least a little exciting.

Try thinking in a new or different way for a change.

 
At 5:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to register my disagreement with Jason as this seems to be yet another attempt at CWU Students to prostheletyze and preach their their Christian beliefs are the ONE true beliefs. These people tell you what they believe and humor you only when they hear you don't believe EXACTLY what they do. I don't see many of these groups as open and accepting of all. If you agree with them, your in the club.

 
At 7:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't agree with Jason. Simple as that. Nor do I agree with Tyler and Pete; nor do I agree with Ryan from U of O; nor do I agree with Corey from Northeastern; nor do I agree with Dave from Iowa State; nor do I agree with any others of this same campaign in any other places~

I respect his and their beliefs, but they are not for me. One of my favorite quotes is from Voltaire: I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.

Goodnight, all.

 
At 8:23 PM, Anonymous Caretaker said...

I would like to know if Jason and the rest of his group would object to say, an atheist group pulling the same stunt.

Maybe next month, we will turn the tables and have something called "Do you agree with Caretaker?"

It would only be fair, right?

 
At 9:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that's a GREAT idea, to be honest, and I'm really not saying this spitefully to the Jason group or anyone. I think it would be great to promote other beliefs as well. After the athiests, why not a Wiccan or other pagan group?

 
At 10:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Caretaker-

If you got what it takes to stand up for what you believe and not just hide behind a computer screen, then by all means...Do You Agree With Caretaker?

 
At 10:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not only do I not agree with Jason, I also do not agree with secretive public campaigns to promote a group of people's individual religious or other personal beliefs.

I think we should start a campaign called: "Do You Agree With The Idea That A Group Of People Should Pressure All Other People To Believe What They Believe, Say What They Say, And Do What They Do, Under The Pretense Of Providing People With A Comfortable And Non-Religion-Specific Forum, According To The Observer Newspaper (Charlene Krentz, P. 5)?"

I'll make the flyers, and someone else can make us some neon shirts. Done and done.

 
At 11:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hate having somebody else's reigion pushed on me. I am a Catholic but nobody would know it by meeting me. They would only know if they asked and I wouldn't preach. I was raised that religion is a PRIVATE thing. I believe that you need only worry about your OWN soul and actions. It's awfully presumptuous of Jason to push his own agenda on the CWU campus. Why not worry about his own group of people? I do not want to be hounded by people in green shirts trying to give me literature. Stay in your own group and leave us to have a choice in what is the right thing to believe.

 
At 11:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I think we should start a campaign called: "Do You Agree With The Idea That A Group Of People Should Pressure All Other People To Believe What They Believe, Say What They Say, And Do What They Do, Under The Pretense Of Providing People With A Comfortable And Non-Religion-Specific Forum, According To The Observer Newspaper (Charlene Krentz, P. 5)?"

I'll make the flyers, and someone else can make us some neon shirts. Done and done."

I'd SO make the shirts for that!

 
At 1:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I hate having somebody else's reigion pushed on me. I am a Catholic but nobody would know it by meeting me. They would only know if they asked and I wouldn't preach. I was raised that religion is a PRIVATE thing. I believe that you need only worry about your OWN soul and actions. It's awfully presumptuous of Jason to push his own agenda on the CWU campus. Why not worry about his own group of people? I do not want to be hounded by people in green shirts trying to give me literature. Stay in your own group and leave us to have a choice in what is the right thing to believe."

Word.

 
At 1:57 AM, Anonymous Chris Mills said...

If you guys had it, I would definately wear an "I partially agree with Jason" t-shirt...

 
At 8:41 AM, Anonymous Rena said...

"If you guys had it, I would definately wear an "I partially agree with Jason" t-shirt..."

Yes!!! Me too.

 
At 1:43 PM, Anonymous Jenn said...

I can't believe that a population like Central's students who claim to be so "diverse" are so narrow minded and prejudicial against one form of religion. LAME-O!

I agree with Jason.

 
At 2:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You can go ahead and agree with him, We're not against the religion, we're against the method of which it's bombarded at us. You can't say it hasn't been with the sign on University Way, posters ALL over campus and on classroom whiteboards, and people in green shirts harassing you with flyers.

 
At 12:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with caretaker.

 
At 11:09 PM, Anonymous Bill said...

thank god it's over

 
At 2:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Caretaker,
As someone who does agree with Jason I would like to encourage you to go forward with your idea of "Do You Agree With Caretaker". The goal of this event was to get people curious and talking about issues that are often igonored due to the pervasive spirit of apathy on this campus.
If you have the strength of conviction to put in the time and effort necessary to pull off an event like this, and the same courage that Jason showed by standing up for what he believes, I would be thrilled to see another event challenging people to consider what they believe and why.
While I assume I would not agree with your message, I would gladly shake your hand for taking a stand!
Now the question is simply, will you stand up and make it happen?

 
At 10:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am also glad this is over. I came to school to get an education not to be bombarded by all the religious groups on campus. I wouldn't mind if they were up front with what they were trying to do. I don't agree with the sly tactics they use to get you to attend their meetings or by members of the groups inviting you to hang out and then driving you to their church. I also find the targeting of foreign students quite offensive.

But then again thats just me.

 
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