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Best Answer Daniel Robbins says
If you study the history of the Catholic Church, I was raised Roman Catholic by the way, you will discover atrocities that shroud its past. With its emphasis on the "one true God", its leaves out the tolerance of multiculturalism.
Ronnie wrenchBiscuit says
Yes, many who call themselves Christians are not for they do not truly love and God's Word tells us that those who do not love, do not know God. I just wonder why it appears that they seem to be so hateful in the forums?
Ah - because Christians so rarely tell people they are Christian. lol
Righteous Atheist: I agree LOL
Good comes to me through unexpected avenues and God works in myriad of ways to bless me. Just some words I picked up on the web and it means the essense of life to me and I'm not religious, just a Christian. Thanks for your comment.
Interesting. How come you get "blessed`" and others get to starve to death?
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Edward J. Palumbo says
M. T. Dremer says
Good point, MT. Well said. And many in office don't believe either. Obama is a perfect example of a fake Christian. Once in the White House, he has condemned the teachings of Christ. And then he got re-elected.
Allan Philip says
Your paragraph was so beautifully worded. What you have stated encompasses not just Christianity but the universal experience of Spiritualism. In my words Spiritualism is suited for the individual, with emphasis on sound mind and body.
Suzanne Day says
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Faith Reaper says
Also, I do not consider myself to be "religious" but just love the Lord with all my heart, soul and mind. Blessings, Faith Reaper
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