Why are those who do not follow Christianity referred to as "lost?"
All who are not "Born again" are lost. The term "Christianity" is misunderstood. Following any religion makes you lost.
From my understanding Christians aren't like the world. Chrisitians are told not to be like the world because God sees the world as wicked. Those that follow the ways of the world are lost to God.
Because God is the creator of all. It is written that no one can come to the Father but through the Son. If you cannot gain favor or answers from the One that created you, wouldn't you feel lost?
(I haven't been writing in that blog lately but it has some answers if you really are looking and I will get back to it this year) Good question though.
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