Why are there so many questions about religious flooding the hubtivity all of a sudden?
Perhaps, people are making money in the name of religion. Here they forget that, when a human being takes birth on earth, he/she comes without any religion. Their parents put the label of religion. In my opinion, humanity is our first religion. We are humans first then religious followers.
Because it feels like the world is falling apart sometimes.
retellect prompted this answer of mine, which he is probably not going to like: Perhaps when times are tough, people grasp at straws, even useless ones. That is because most people are ignorant and stupid (otherwise they would not even consider religion), and if you present them with two choices, they generally take the bad one as long as it is dressed up in hope.
Because we are in the final trawl through humanity before Christ returns to wrap the whole thing up, and God wants everyone to have a last chance to surrender their rebellion and come under His authority.
There is also a separation occurring rapidly between non believers and believers, as the sheep get divided from the goats, wheat from the tares etc....
It's all happening because it was prophesied to happen!
Because evolution and many other false claims just don't make any sense. People are hungry for the truth. People want God in their lives.
by Paul Marshall 9 years ago
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by John Hansen 2 years ago
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by veritorogue 5 years ago
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by Travis Spears 3 years ago
Why are the bulk of questions on HP about religion?
by Castlepaloma 7 years ago
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by Sparhawke 8 years ago
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