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T. Clifton says
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Everyone does what you are condemning even YOU. YOU make certain assertions in YOUR comment ... YOU believe these assertions to be true ... YOU believe everyone would benefit from adopting YOUR philosophy ... and so YOU seek to advance it.
THEY DO it all the time either OVERTLY or more likely, COVERTLY. C'mon now, JT! C'mon now........
gm.... witnessing to someone and "forcing" them are totally different. No one can be forced to come to Christ if they are not willing is what I am saying.
??? Who is "they?" No one is "forced" into Christianity these days. An argument could be made in the missionary days when the Spanish Catholics converted the Native Americans, but not today. The weak and needy can be coerced, not forced.
Covert force of Conversion ... How does that happen at all, let alone "all the time"???
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Deborah Sexton says
It is fact that forceful conversion takes place. At least I have seen such things in my home town Kerala. A number of cases have been reported from other Indian states. Some even changed their religion to receieve some benefits. Money is what acts!
True conversion is a change of heart, not a change of membership. But I do understand what you mean, and condemn it as contrary to Scripture.
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