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Why are Christians in the USA always the ones responsible for good or bad?

  1. Agnes Penn profile image81
    Agnes Pennposted 6 years ago

    Why are Christians in the USA always the ones responsible for good or bad?

    The media does not wish to portray the USA as a Christian nation founded under Christian principles that permit all religions can practice freely in respect of our neighbor, yet Americans are not allowed by the media to define their nation as Christian.  How come Iran can define Muhammadanism as their faith and the media is OK with that?  What gives?

  2. whonunuwho profile image78
    whonunuwhoposted 6 years ago

    Christians are not responsible for all good and all bad. We, as human beings, are prone to do both good and bad things in our daily lives. That's the nature of the beast. Christians are just humans and we sin and do good. If we did no bad ever, we would be like saints. I believe that part of our creation was meant as a test in how we go about our lives and if we strive to be good, or as in our christian faith, sin free, Then our Creator is pleased with us and we are accepted into what we call, heaven.The greatest thing about it all, is the fact that we are given the rights to make our own choices for good or bad. This does not mean that we will be allowed to continue in doing wrongs on the earth. In the rapture those who chose the right life will be taken into the light or heaven and we will be united as one. I know what you are saying about accusations of Christians and it is always convenient to blame the ones who choose the humble way of life. One day, those who accuse and point fingers will meet their own justice in the final judgment.When politics are involved between countries, those who represent us sometime forget or ignore what's right or wrong and do what they are told by the ones in charge.It is wrong to represent one country as a particular form of religion and not allow our own to be representative of what we were originally all given by this country and its freedoms, as well as our congress and all of its organization.Things are not often well in our world and right and wrong go out the window.