What's the difference between Christianity and religion?
Religion is a belief. Christianity is a particular belief. Why
are you posting this under "# Gender and Relationships
# Romantic Intimacy # Safe Sex"?
Yo, I'm new to this. I didn't realize that I was posting this in the wrong section. Thanks for responding though, but your response was a bit weak. All you said was that they are both a belief. Although this is true, there is a big difference in the two. If you'd like to discuss this topic more, let me know.
Please post religion in the religion section, I filtered out that cesspit for a reason.
And there are several thousand religions, Christianity is just one of them, it is not even the biggest.
If you knew what you were talking about I would have respected your response, and yo, I am new here so relax about me posting this here. Does it really make a difference? Are you afraid that somehow people aren't going to like talking about sex any more?
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