Why do conservative, dogmatic, fundamentalist, & traditional Christians concentrate more on
the more negative aspects of Christianity such as hell, damnation, the devil/Satan, & sin than the more positive aspects of Christianity such as forgiveness, love, Christ consciousness, & acceptance as opposed to liberal, enlightened, & progressive Christians who concentrate on the more positive aspects of Christianity?
Most don't. Churches won't talk about Satan or hell. They would risk losing their congregation if they did, because people don't want to hear negative stuff. Personally, I think the good and the bad should be discussed, because hell is real, the majority of human beings will go there, and there is a way to avoid it. Jesus is the only way to the father.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What causes so many conservative, fanatical, fundamentalist, traditional, & zealous religioniststo have negative feelings, even animosity towards atheists, agnostics & other spiritual freethinkers?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What makes the more conservative, dogmatic, traditional, &/or fundamentalist Christianview Atheists/Agnostics in a less than positive light? Please state your reasons.
by Paul Wingert 11 months ago
I heard this on the radio and shook my head. Bring your Bible to school and do what? Show everyone that you can't distinguish fact from fiction? Here's a novel idea, how about bring your textbook instead and leave the Jewish fairy tale book at home where it belongs. Okay, so Christians want to...
by Brie Hoffman 7 years ago
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKEqM5bi … ded#at=195
by Evolution Guy 7 years ago
http://theforeigner.no/pages/news/oslo- … or-terror/More proof this religion is dangerous to others as well as the people who follow it.
by cprice75 6 years ago
I have many friends that are conservative theologically. I tend heavily to that side of the spectrum, as well. I would classify myself a conservative evangelical. However, I've found that most of my friends tend to be right-wing conservatives when it comes to politics. I am...
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