Have you noticed that all the Christian questions seem to get an automatic down vote?
Is some mysterious voter out there voicing his or her own bias by voting down all the answers on the Christian questions?
LOL. I haven't noticed I guess. I just don't worry about it truthfully. What difference does it make?
Down votes happen all the time, no matter what the questions. I've had some innocuous answers voted down for some reason and someone for a while was voting down all the weekly hubmob questions, life goes on.
I am sure there is a "down vote" when it comes to questions that would defend being a Christian, give reasons as to why people need a relationship with Jesus, and support having morals similar to the Christian faith. Being a Christian is not an easy life, it's a constant struggle, especially against many ideas that the majority of people simply except and think not a big deal. As a Christian you try to follow the "narrow road," which would mean more often you would get a "down vote." (But that doesn't mean you shouldn't keep going! God's Will is the best for you, not your own. And He promises to be with you each step of the way!)
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