will just get to the point and ask, what is the mark of a christian?
That is probably the best question I've heard posed about religion ever, I'm not sure if anyone sees how profound this question is, but in that
question I think for one, we can find Plato and Aristotle (which one is for belief and which for behavior?), religion vs. atheism, and the whole study
So, belief and behavior lining up would be the best. But what happens when there is a belief and the behavior doesn't match?
Check out this conversation I just had with a friend of mine:
"Sorry, trivia time is girl's night. I highly recommend you go, but it's me and my girl friends that have a tradition of playing every Tuesday night.
Been doing this for almost two years."
"Wow that sucks, I never really liked gender segregation much."
"It's not gender segregation, that's messed up, I only get to see my friends regularly once a week, and on a rare weekend. I take my true friends
highly into consideration."
"Dang it, I can't stop laughing, if it's not gender segregation, maybe it shouldn't be called girls night."
"It's girls night,deal."
Great, and there's another mystery for you. I think she likes me, because she's not including me in her friend group but is still talking to me. I
guess it would have been worse if she had been like
"Hey, my girl friends and I are going to go do trivia tonight, do you want to go?" Right?
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