Do you think the Bible is still relevant in today's society (Specifically the New Testament)?

It seems that more than ever, the commands of Jesus are seen as signs of weakness: loving your enemies, forgiving those who trespass against you, blessing those who curse you, doing good to those who hate you, and praying for those who spitefully use you and persecute you, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience are all signs of weakness in today's society.

Society praises politicians, athletes, and entertainers who lash out and insult those who they think disrespected them. Bragging is seen as a sign of strength. If someone wrongs you, you're supposed to lash out and shame them, not forgive them. Twitter feuds, political feuds, bragging etc are all accepted as normal today.

Is being a good Christian a sign of weakness/wussiness?

Do you think the Bible is still relevant in todays society (Specifically the New Testament)?
No, anyone who follows politics, sports, and entertainment can see Christian values are seen as signs of weakness
Yes, despite what we see on in the media, many people still believe in Christian values.
No, the Bible is outdated. You can't be humble, kind, and forgiving in today's environment.
No, the Bible, even the teachings of Christ were not to be taken seriously/literally anyway
I'm not a Christian.
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Do you think the Bible is still relevant in today's society (Specifically the New Testament)?
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