posted on Apr, 1 2005 @ 05:04 PM
When I first saw this topic, I was thinking, This is going to be interesting...
Blimey, You are so right, Zabilgy!
The reason? I don't know, but my experience is that christians, in this case...(AND OTHERS! NO PUN INTENDED ON ONE RELIGION/RACE!)
this is a a singled out hypothetical question. The word christian could be exchanged with others, but in this case it is not. -Because "Christians
are a loving community"...
So... ...why do this entity react to different non-christian-ratified behaviours?
Why is there so many that reacts so expressively to other lifestyles, other experiences, other beliefs so forth.
Why is it so hard to realize that everyone do not need to follow the path of a culturally developed system?
Why do the first thought have to be: This is naughty. Phooey, bad on you!
-SAYS WHO? If your friend gets AIDS, are you so shallow, that you doom him to hell? He's been a bad boy, he deserved it? -SAYS WHO?
You? are you really that innocent, that you can throw that first rock?
As far as I can tell. Those making societies based on religions, are amongst the most hypocratic. They gather in groups, convince themselves that
their only hope is to follow the wise words of their leaders. -Which by the way point you to the book everytime you have a question, you want an
Realise this. You can't develop life experience without observing and to think for yourself. You can survive, yes, but there is so much more to life,
than just believing in that book. It's supposed to be a guide, not a book of rules!
I have a couple of very good christian friends. I love them. They don't hate me even if I am anarchistic in mind. The reason I love them, is that
they aren't pushing their first-hand knowledge of the book on me!