Christianity gives you....ummm...ummm....exactly what?

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  • unstopableravens

    new chapter : i do believe in hell ,what i was trying to say was we talked about why i do,

  • WTWizard

    Christi-SCAM-ity is nothing more than a program to enslave mankind. The LIE-ble instructs Christians to go above and beyond when asked to do something, to not defend oneself, and to obey without question. They are supposed to give up material things. The LIE-ble glorifies poverty--how many times does it threaten that material things will prevent one from entering the Kingdom? Anyone familiar with Christi-SCAM-ity might also wish to research the core doctrine of communism and see if there are striking similarities--no self-defense, doing what you are told without question, no private property, excessive regulations in sex and pleasure, and condoning of slavery.

  • tootired2care

    jesus is the only way to the father he saved us from an eteranaly away from god,if jesus did not pay for our sins, it would be impossible for us to live forever ,and more importantly with our creator.

    Why would you want to live forever with your creator--as defined in the bible?

    If your own fleshly grand father locked you in dark room for a lifetime for something your father did with a rabbid angry dogs (Satan + demons Rev:12) for many millennia and left a sh1tty book (bible) full of confusion and contradictions (e.g. John 3:16 vs Rev:12) that makes no sense to explain why he did it; would you really call him a loving grand father? Would you really want to spend eternity with someone who shows his love by doing this? What possibly could the future hold living under such strange love?

  • unstopableravens

    i dont beleive thats the case, what contridiction? john 3:16 rev 12 ,i believe the real issue is a few verse over in john 3 :18-21 light has come into the world but men love the are seeing god as strange,maybe in a sense because we do not know gods ways because they are so much morehigher than ours. but i really want to know what contridiction you talking about. sorry i didnt respond earlier i feel asleep.

  • cantleave

    so after we die we stand before our holy god and if be die in our sins than we will have to answer for him.

    Well f*ck him! What a judgemental asshole!

  • unstopableravens

    cant leave : bro you know i like you ,please dont take this wrong, i truly believe that when we are in the presense of god, we will see how vail and wicked we all are compared to him,please understand what i mean, im not saying that were pure evil like hilter and having no conscience but compared to gods holyness(sp lol) there is nothing good in us. paul knew this (romans 8:17)

  • designs

    Christianity produced a lot of Guilt and not a productive way to understand how to use human weakness and error as a motivation for improvement. Judaism saw the inclination of evil as a tool that makes us strive to be better, the Sages wrote- 'Without Yetzer ha-Rah no man would build a house or marry or carry on trade'. Jewish Rabbis argued that antagonists within us are not 'absolute but conditional' (take that Paul and Calvin) and are subject to moral control and the decisions of our will. Humans are free to think and choose and that humans are 'perfectable'.

  • PSacramento

    Christianity gives you what you put into it.

  • LouBelle

    Many need a coping mechanism. For some, christianity (insert any other religion or coping mechanism...drugs...alcohol...) is it - it helps them deal with their life in a manner they feel fits them and that is okay.

    For me, I know that I am responsible for my own actions, I am responsible for my own opportunities, I am in control of my life, my decisions, I determine if I wait "for an answer" or not. I have to be aware of my environment to make sure I don't fall prey to criminals - there is no god watching out for me... I am 100% responsible for myself and my actions, but that is how I cope.

  • unstopableravens

    meant to say romans 7:18

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