these beliefs are based upon.....what part of Christian doctrine?
Who is your God? Christians do not levy attacks on other Christians. Actually, we don't attack anyone. It is our "job" to accept everyone for whatever they believe. You can believe whatever your heart desires. I do not have to defend my Christianity. I was born a Christian, was Called by God Himself at 9 years old and I will Stand Firm in my Beliefs. Doctrine is for the earthly.
No one is born Christian. Nor Muslim. Nor Jewish (religiously anyway). Nor Hindu. Nor... Every child that has a religion was INDOCTRINATED into it by parents and/or community. To believe otherwise is evidence of the irrationality of religion. Religion is EVIL. And stupid.
by paarsurrey 7 years ago
Is it not a Christian doctrine that every human beings is sinful except Jesus?
by IDONO 15 months ago
Will the second coming of Jesus be considered a reincarnation of himself?There are those that believe in the second coming, as spoken in Revelations. There are those that believe that, yet don't believe in reincarnation. If he comes back as himself, does that not count as reincarnation or...
by SpiritPhilosopher 6 years ago
Is the Christian doctrine of the Trinity a logical contradiction?How can ‘God’ be both one and three? Is the Trinity a contradiction?
by Joel Diffendarfer 23 months ago
Is it possible to become "unsaved"?At one point in time I believed and felt, "saved". But now, even when I try to reconnect, I don't "feel" like I am anymore. Perhaps, I am so longer saved, and perhaps, I never ever really was. What am I missing here?
by Nicole Canfield 14 months ago
Why is it that Christians believe that Buddhists, Hindus, Pagans, Native Americans, etc. are all wrong in their beliefs and that they'll all go somewhere horrible when they die? Why can't we just accept that other people have different lives and different experiences, and let them believe how they...
by thirdmillenium 7 years ago
Yawe is God, Jesus is his first son (first creation) and there is nothing like holy ghost. Trinity is all wrong. The third entity is a later addition to Christian doctrine.
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