Thank you for answering <3 Christians need to come together and restore the faith for sure! it can't just be "Jesus and me" anymore, Christ created the Church for a reason! <3
So tired of Liberal Christians thinking that it’s just them and Jesus. 👍
<3 <3 <3Thanks for your understanding!
Have you ever looked at the correlation between the education levels, health care systems, safety and general happieness of other countries, and the countries level of religiosity?
@Jac2424 I don't care about other countries, I live in Canada, and it's degenerate and becoming very liberal. The education system is full of brainwashing. Measuring "happiness" is hard and people can lie.
@Jac2424 it just so happens all the countries which are irreligious like the western nations sit on the lap of 1500 years of ChristianityIt's as if the last 1500 years did not exist according to the new athiests. All the religious countries, now reside in the middle east and africa. They never had christianity as long as the west did.Christian culture allowed for western engineering. Religions are not all equal. So the religiosity has different effects in different nations.
Would you say all traditions are under attack?
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Eyes to see and ears to here 😃I agree with that a lot What made turn to Christ was to find out why everyone hated him! A lot is being revealed
haha ok. Thanks for answering.
Talk about bullying , The liberals always crying about bullies , and yet what do you call getting questions taken down here. That is a typical Liberal , complain about what they do.
Just because something is in the majority doesn't mean it wields the power or it is not under attack
Of course it does in the former, but I’ll grant you the latter. But it isn’t under attack and you do have the power, socially and politically. Your religions are dying on their own. It alienates too many people, disrespects too many people, offends the good conscience of too many people and insults the intelligence of too many people.
Christian's have 0 social or political power in the USA Christian's oppose abortion and we were forced to accept it. Same with homosexual marriage. Those are completely contrary to Christian values but the supreme court, whose members swore on the bible passed laws enabling it. I dont think you are looking at things criticallyI do agree it's a problem from within!
1. Bullshit. Almost all of congress is a professed Christian, every single president in history was Christian, most judges are Christian, most state and city lawmakers are Christian. You go to any state and profess you’re Christian, you may get only a few jokes from atheists. You do the same and proclaim yourself a satanist, you’ll get threats just like I have. 2. That’s because this is a country with secular laws. We have had to put up with YOUR religious based laws for far longer. It’s not an attack on you to give someone else the rights you already have. 3. Yeah it is, and it’s coming from your own fellow believers and your own holy books. Hell mosaic law endorses actual slavery, sane people don’t.
I respectfully disagree. I think you are right about a few things but. Just because someone claims to be Christian doesn't make them Christian. It's a political move. They haven't represented Christian values or people. People have always had the same rights regarding religious freedom in this country. The only religions which were not free to practice were ones which were heinous. Mosaic law, is Jewish not Christian. It's not a coincidence that it was throughout Christian colonies slavery was abolished. It was Christian moral teaching which ended it. In much of the world slavery is still happening in mass, in specifically non-Christian countries.
1. It actually does, and even if it didn’t, the effect is still the same. A Christian is in power and is held to account by that Christian base that elected them. 2. Religious rights, yes. But not just them. 50 years ago a woman couldn’t even decide on motherhood for herself, she had no right to her own reproductive choices. Whilst you may disagree with abortion, imagine this: picture a world where you had no choice. It was stolen from you, your male friends and their friends etc. it’s horrible. 3. Still the same god you worship, laws that were given to Moses to make a proper society. Lmao hon! Christians practiced slavery up until the late 1900s xD Christian teachings ended nothing, and were even bolstered by its teachings. What stopped it, was secular humanist laws.
1. The christian base doesn't hold them accountable. That's the biggest problem.2. In 1970 a woman couldn't decide if she wanted to be a mother? I find that hard to believe. She could have just abstained until she was ready for a child. 3. All western thought sits on the lap of 1000 years of Catholic Social Teachings. I thought that vast majority was Christian and wielded power. Like the power to end slavery right? So now it's not christianity Anyways it was nice debating with you. We could both probably go on forever haha 😊❤I will give you the last word 😃
1. They usually vote them out. But I do otherwise agree, as I said, half the problem is your own members. 2. Unless her husband knocked her up by accident or on purpose, if she was a victim of rape, if the birth control failed etc. if you got pregnant, you had no choice over your own body. 3. The power to end slavery started emerging with the enlightenment movement, which had members such as Immanuel Kant and Spinoza. Free thinkers of humanism got that ball rolling, not Christians. Smart man
I did make it a very simple question. Make sure to vote in the poll!
Thanks for the opinion
Not sure what that has to do with my question. I dont remember ever saying that
I'm just sayin'
Jews are ❤❤❤ They are irreplaceable
Why do you think that is?
Because people are learning for themselves.
How would you put it?
I don't know, but I think "attack" implies that there's deliberate intent on taking down the church, and it seems to me that most all non-christians are fine with christians doing their thing as long as they keep it to themselves and in particular don't try to enforce their beliefs through laws.
Thanks for answering truthfully!Are you a Christian?
Not strictly speaking, no. Closer to agnostic, probably, though I do believe in God. And thanks.
Thanks for answering all my questions!
No problem :p