Why do some people want to be nailed on a cross during holy week/Lent?
To be nailed on a cross is so painful..Why did others voluntarily do this?
Probably they are stupid. I'm sure there are no tenets in Christianity that require this action. If there are, it brings the faith even further into question and criticism
i hope that lady in the picture would be fine after getting her feet and hands nailed.. tetanus is a killer..
Some people will do ANYTHING for attention. I, for example, routinely wear a lampshade on my head during New Year's Eve parties....
To atone for sins that a few Hail Marys or fasting sessions will not do.
For a culturally approved adrenaline high.
To earn respect within a religious community.
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