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May I ask what you believe in?
The Celtic and Norse options are far more appealing.Tír na nÓg Is my preference.And yes I do go to church, you can just believe what you feel though
@Physics-Man I pressed return to early lolBasically the majority of Christian events occur by chance in line with a Celtic version.You can read from that what you want.But recruiting new followers and telling them they can still party at same dates, is rather important
I had to remove her... his comment because he's not a Christian and I specified 'Christians' at the beginning of the question title. There's more to Christian belief than just the Bible; Sola Scriptura isn't supported within the Bible. Nowhere does it say that all doctrine or belief is transmitted strictly through the Written word, but rather, it can be transmitted Orally AND Written. So much for being an "Intellectual Heavyweight." But if you want to look more into scripture, there's more than just 'praising God for all eternity' in Heaven.Here are some books I recommend:www.amazon.com/.../ref=gp_aw_ybh_a_14www.amazon.com/.../ref=gp_aw_ybh_a_10www.amazon.com/.../ref=gp_aw_ybh_a_3www.amazon.com/.../ref=gp_aw_ybh_a_2
@Physics-Man as the Jews, Christians and Muslims share the same god, exactly how is everyone going to get along.Suicide bomber up in heaven, chatting to the people he’s just murdered in the name of both their gods.Then what about the Pork Sandwich sin... who will be correct, Christians are going to be pissed off if the other two were correct.So yeah, I do the Christianity bits I like, the being nice shit, the praying for people, the rest of it, is ever so fucked up.One god 3 religions.
Are you Christian?
Here’s your fortune cookie: Come here you little punk. The best offense is a strong DIQUE