It's a serious question. Why focus on the death of a single person (and the death that we know so little of, its true background, even to the point we're really not sure whether it even physically existed at all) ~ rather than focus on life, the goodness and invincibility of life? Shouldn't a good movie represent life as life really is - and shouldn't that movie have a happy ending rather than a crypto-pathological one? Who was the director of the Goddamn movie 'Christianity'?!!
Let me answer my own question beforehand: "No religion is healthy after all!"
by Claire Evans5 years ago
It's easy to deconvert to atheism because they are disappointed, hurt or because they have lost their faith due to God making sense. It's harder to suddenly make a rational atheists convert to Christianity, which...
by Mikel G Roberts7 years ago
Modern Christianity glorifies Jesus and not God. The modern christian churches have made Jesus more important than God and to my way of thinking that just isn't What Jesus Would Do, or what Jesus would want.
by bg jojo2 years ago
I was just washing one of my favorite animations on this subject and I was wondering what everyone elses' view on this question.
by Yoleen Lucas3 years ago
You guys - I posted this in the Questions section, but because it turned into a full-blown discussion, HubPagers advised me to move it to Forums. Here it is:"Cult" is defined as a system of beliefs that...
by fierycj8 years ago
Since the very word 'Christian' was first used in Antioch in the early Church days to describe the apostles and early disciples who's very life and character was a clone-reflection of Christ's character - in meekness,...
by yoshi977 years ago
No, this isn't a 'bash the believers' thread, nor do I wish to see it become as such. Instead, I have an earnest question I want answered, and I'm afraid non-believers aren't qualified to answer this one, for reasons...
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