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Best Answer Sandra M. Urquhart says
I can totally respect this answer, oh and I love the name of your website lol - very cute :)
This is an EXCELLENT response, please write a hub on THIS.
Christin Sander says
You are SPOT ON regarding your analysis. If the religious person was not so insecure, why would HE/SHE care about another's religious belief. Fear too ,maybe the religious person is UNSURE about his/her beliefs, seeing another's beliefs as a THREAT.
For the Bible following Christian, neither insecurity nor fear are the reasons for evangelism. Many Bible verses clearly teach the duty of the believer to spread the gospel. But I can see why those unfamiliar with the Bible could think thus.
Not talking about those that evangelize Caleb, I was talking about those who seek out atheists/agnostics and are then mean or condescending under the guise of asking meaningful questions.
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