This question is for Christians but others may join the discussion. Many Christians in various religious sect see only the sacrifices of Jesus on the cross. But there is the essence of Christianity that is definitely a powerful application to every day life. Can you see it in your life?
Because this exact topic has been thrashed over in these forums innumerable times and has hence become boring.
Why bump an old topic without actually contributing anything of substance to it?
It does help the conversation be less vapid than this one.
by dutchman19516 years ago
Somewone please explain this to me:Explain David's graphic portrayal of Jesus' death by crucifixion (Psalm 22) 1000 years previous to crucifixion even being established as a form of capital punishment?and then written...
by Chasuk5 years ago
You can do this because you have a time machine.Would you?
by paarsurrey6 years ago
Hi friendsMirza Ghulam Ahmad 1835-1908 has given many proofs from the Bible; that Jesus did not die on the Cross. One such proof is as follows:Let it be noted that though Christians believe that Jesus (peace be on him)...
by Rabgix4 years ago
Obviously if i'm an atheist and I don't believe in your God, why would I take your scriptures as evidence? That doesn't make any sense.Not to mention the bible has this nasty ideal that everything in it is true because...
by Peter Freeman6 years ago
I'm not a big fan of getting into controversial discussions in the forums. I prefer to read than write here, but this has been bothering me for a long time. There are some deep questions that I want to ask. When I talk...
by Brittany Williams3 years ago
Atheism only means the lack of a belief in God. Why is it so hard for Christians to realize that we dismiss their religion for the same reasons that they dismiss all other religions? It doesn't make us horrible people,...
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