posted on Jan, 10 2005 @ 06:48 PM
hi! I'm new (it's my first post).
Ok, first things first. No one should ever say that non-Christians are "eviler" than non-Christians because that's just garbage. I've known
hundreds of non-Christians, who were the nicest people in the world. But that's beside the point. My point is that everyone has sinned. Many
people deny it, but trust me, EVERYONE has done something wrong, wouldn't you agree? Ever lied? Then you're a lier. Ever stolen? (This includes
knowingly not returning money when the person at the cash register gives you extra change) THen you're a thief. Ever sworn? The list goes on and
on. We as humans can never be blameless. So with that taken into consideration, next to a pure and blameless God, aren't we totally dirty? And
being as pure as He is, the only thing that he CAN do is cast us out of His sight. That's why we have Jesus. Because he was sinless and he died for
us, he takes the credit for all our wrongdoing.
It's true, there are, i hate to say this, "Bad" examples of Christians who judge and really don't show Christ's love. But in every
religion/group/whatever there are going to be people like that. You can't get away from it. No one should have the right to judge anyone because no
one is perfect (this discludes God)
I personally believe that sin is sin. In God's eyes, it's all the same. So whether you cussed someone off or killed someone, you're still
measured the same