Why Christians are being persecuted in many parts of the world?
Are we a go-christian? Christianity is one of the most aggressive proselytizing religion in the world and this may attracts counter attacks or protest from other religious fanatics. What you have to say in this matter. Your free and frank opinion please.
If you think Christians are being persecuted NOW, wait and see. The True Christians, numbering only some millions or less (as against billions of so-called only-in-name Christians) will really feel the heat from all sides. THAT will be persecution. It will come to pass pretty soon.
Why have Jews been persecuted? Why are Muslims persecuted? Why are atheist persecuted? Maybe it's because no one will ever all agree on religion. Maybe it's because everybody (including Christians) think their way is the only way. Maybe it's because of all the hate done in the name of Christianity. More likely though it all comes down to intolerance. The same intolerance many Christians show for those not like them, gets shown to them. The world would be a much happier place if everyone could just keep their opinions to themselves.
Peeples, aren't you giving out YOUR opinion right now? Just saying...
I'm willing to admit that when asked a question I answer. I have never gone out in public volunteering my religious views like many religions do. That was my point. Everyone needs to stop forcing their religious beliefs on others and leave it alone.
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But more Buddhists?
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