Since humans began to think , along with science religion too developed...do you think sun is first entity to be worshipped?
Why worship the sun? I thought we were past what some did hundreds of years ago.
am not saying to worship sun...i am asking that if sun the first entity ever to be worshipped...
Our culture worshipped Mother Earth and Sky Father. They had other names but in translation that is what it meant. In saying that they acknowledged the parentless who created Mother Earth and Sky Father.
So we are all children of God, under the sun, so the word son may have been mistranslated
by haj3396 8 years ago
The Catholic church admit that it brought about sunday worship not God, therefore you are worshipping this church when you worship on sunday, not God.Pope Gregory I "It has come to my ears that certain men of perverse spirit have sown among you some things that are wrong and opposed to the...
by Chris 9 years ago
If God were to grant you one question, right now, what would it be?
by jonnycomelately 4 years ago
I get the impression that people who claim to be christian are primarily concerned with God of Judgment, hence the belief in the forgiving nature of Jesus Christ. Fear of that Judgment drives most of christian beliefs and actions.There are indeed some christian people who have a deep concern...
by Jason2917 8 years ago
I originally posted this as a question... but started thinking It would probably make a better discussion.Would proof in the existence of God be enough for you to worship Him?This is not a trick question, and I'm not looking for a debate e.g.: science vs religion, etc.Consider it this way, if all...
by dutchman1951 8 years ago
So who invented the idea of having Saints?When and where?just woundering..?
by bettybarnesb 8 years ago
The Apostle Paul in the Book of Acts 17 chapter, stood on Mar's Hill and preached a sermon there in Athens to a people that had built alters to man made gods. Then he passed an area and saw an alter with the inscription, "TO THE UNKNOWN GOD." He remarks were to the Greek that build...
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