One part of your speech caught my attention, Savonarola, the part about the fundies saying that a super-great guy like Ghandi going to Hell.
God says our good works are nothing more than dirty rags to Him. We think somebody is a great guy, but we can't even begin to understand true
The Question is simple, and it isn't a "fundie" question, but one straight from the book. Did Ghandi acknowledge to the Creator that he is
unworthy, did he repent of his sins and ask forgiveness and did he ask Christ to be his personal Savior as he can't pay the price on his own?
If you are a Christian you know that this is the narrow path to salvation. If you are a Christian, you should know enough to know that there is no
other way. If you have heard of Christ and have turned Him away, then you are doomed, according to Christianity. If you have never heard the Word,
yet you know there is a Creator that is responsible for this universe and try your best to abide by the built-in understanding of right and wrong,
then you will be judged by that.
To answer the question, Toltec, nobody killed Christ. He laid down His life as a sacrifice for us. No greater love can one have than to die for
Oh, I see that is a click-through. Gotta go check it out. You usually have good info to bring to the table!!