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  • yes and no. no because you at least think independently. yes because if you choose to follow a certain church it might make it difficult for you to find one that you feel comfortable enough in. either way, please do what you think is best for yourself, and hopefully you will be led in what you believe is the right direction.
  • I don't see one.
  • Muslims consider Jesus to be one of their great prophets next to Mohammad. Lots of adherents to Islam don't like Christianity. This has caused a lot of problems since the 6th century until present day.
  • I don't think so! I love my God with all my heart, but I have a problem with organized religion.
  • Faith is deeply personal. It doesn't have to be a problem, no.
  • Well, you are in good company, I can tell you that much!
  • no not at all!!!
  • I think it's perhaps just Christians you don't like.
  • I think that is a real option. The babe is still a baby out of the bath water, but sometimes he needs a bath.
  • Jesus Christ is the real deal... you can have a personal relationship with him but once you start to look a a group of people that is when things can get a little messed up. You need to find the correct group of christians. If you look for them you will find them with a little help.
  • No, why would it be?
  • No, there a many Messianic Jews who think the same way.
  • no worries mate
  • Yes it is a problem....how can you say I love JESUS CHRIST and not love HIS other children. I think that is what you are saying or am I wrong??? Christianity is other believers gathering together and worshiping and helping one another. There are many who say they are christians but if you get around them you will see that they have flaws and are not perfect. None of us are perfect....that is one of the good things about being around others who are lovers of JESUS CHRIST...you will learn who is truly a christian because they will be there to help you as you grow and change into who the LORD wants you to be. A true christian will help you not put you down or belittle you about your walk in the LORD. As we get closer to the LORD we change and we go thru things and others will help us thru our trials. Maybe you are talking about all the things that christans are suppose to do. Like go to church..tithe...get baptized etc....is that what you mean by Christainity? Because if it is...it is what we are suppose to do as Jesus told us to. It will be hard to find a church where you will be fed the truth. If you are looking for a place to be comfortable then maybe you should stay home. To me I want a church where the truth is taught and if I am not growing in the way the LORD wants me to I want to be convicted of it.I don't want to be comfortable...I want to learn and grow closer to the LORD. I hope that you find a place where you can learn about the LORD and about what HE expects from you. There are some things HE wants from us.
  • Even Ghandi agreed with you.
  • Man made organizations have placed a stigma on Christianity. Follow Christ and be a Christian. You dont have to go through an organization.
  • not with me hon
  • Christianity is just one mans slant (Paul) on the works of Jesus. I would rather know the person than the spokesman
  • i don't think so.....loving jesus christ is more "spiritual" ~religion is more the "practice" of a person's faith; i have lots of friends that are very spititual but don't care for organized religion~ i don't think that, in any way, negates their belief and/or love for jesus :)
  • Yours is the question all honest believers must ask... how do we balance loving God's children with standing up for what Christ actually taught? Sadly enough, His children are doing a very bad job of representing Him, so the task falls to people like you and me. Leaving the Church (I use the capitalized "Church" to refer to the whole body, world wide) is not a real option - if you read 1 Corinthians 12, you'll see that the Church NEEDS us, and we need them. You and I need the encouragement that other believers can give us. If you don't attend a service at a church building, at least meet with Christian friends periodically to talk about God and learn from the Bible. But I would encourage you to stick it out at a congregation. Don't be afraid to challenge things that aren't biblical. Don't be afraid to stand against the way Christ is misrepresented by His own children. Finding people like you gives people like me hope that Jesus might one day be heard as He wanted to be heard - not how the christianese culture wants Hime to be prtrayed. Keep it up.
  • NO. if you truly love Jesus, then that means that you 1. believe God exists 2.have faith that Jesus is The saviour & God's son 3. have repented from sin & submitted your life to christ' Lordship with the fruit of faithful obedience to God & the principles written in The Holy bible? If you answer yes to all 3 of these, then you are not a Christian, you are a "SAINT"
  • You still have the problem of believing in something that doesn't exist but, other than that, kudos to you for not wanting to be part of such a demented fan club
  • Not untill you are with some fanatic fellows.
  • No - not a problem. Christianity is a name. Jesus Christ is a person and a way. I'd like to recomend a couple of books for you: "Blue Like Jazz" by Donald Miller and "Soul Survivor - How My Faith Survived the Church" by Pjilip Yancy
  • Jesus Christ is the Greek Orthodox version of Jesus. Maybe you like Yeshua, the Hebrew man whose father is Yahweh.
  • I think I see where you are getting at. You love and believe in Christ, but religion is your problem. I agree with you. I do not believe in religion. I believe that I have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and PEOPLE have turned it into a ritualistic thing. I do go to church to learn more about the Bible and what God expects of me as His child, but as far as all of the politics that go on, I leave it in the dust. Thank heaven my church is more relationship-based instead of religious.
  • shouldnt be.
  • Christianity is in fact "Christ like". The followers of Christ (or those that are honestly Christian)live as close as possible to His word and experience.True Christianity is the Life of Christ in you. It is hypocracy that makes the body of Christ seem false or evil. There are false people in everything, Christianity is no exception.
  • Why don't you try loving God instead. If you don't like christianity try another religion. I would suggest Islam.
  • if i may ask, what dont you like about 'Christianity'? what specifics. there are MANY Christian denominations, maybe you havent found the right one.
  • Personally I do not belong to an official church. I do know it's a place where believers gather and have fellowship. Like all man- organisations, some will not be able to agree with everything in the operating system. The judge is still God and the people are still under construction including me. I do not wish to judge them too harshly but I do pray that the wisdom of God will eventually guide them to review and make changes for the better. Prayers are needed even for our nation leaders. I have found Prayers are much needed and are more effective than my complaints.
  • How can you love the head and hate the body???
  • I am the same as you. I dispise the hyprocracy of the people in the church, but that's not Gods fault. Love him, you don't need church to be a good christian. Good luck in your search.
  • Only if you mke it one. Everyone is entilted to their own belifs
  • It is all about a relationship with him. If truly a christian then you will see a change in yourself. That is how you know. A change of your heart. To others and life in general. He gives you a love for people and a love to serve him. You just want to tell everyone how he has touched your life. The two go hand in hand. If you love him he said you will keep my commandments. What do you not like I dont understand. Explain and maybe I can help.
  • I think maybe you are confusing Christianity with church laws and dogma. Most all churches have laws set in place as to their interpetation of certain passages in the Bible. Most are taken out of context and grossly distort what is actually said especially in the areas of sexual relations. Because of these church laws many people who would trust and believe in the Bible and Jesus Christ do not and I do not blame them one bit...I am very much in love with Jesus Christ and also a Christian however I do not attend any church because I have found, through research and reading, they all to distort the truth of the Bible.
  • Not so much organized religion is not really that organized may God bless you, I am kinda of a Christian converter but in no way in the traditional sense.
  • You have some very respectable company: "I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ." ~Mahatma Gandhi http://www.quotedb.com/quotes/1905
  • I am all for you loving who ever you want to and dumping any and all types of religion...so no, its no problem to me.
  • Rightness is the business of religion. Righteousness ought to be the business of all life. Righteousness is "the Way" of life Jesus taught His followers (Acts 9:2, 19:9, 19:23, 22:4, 24:14, 24:22), a way of doing life, a culture. The way of religion—a way of life requiring rulings and rulers, rituals and recitations, and the rigidness of right dogma—is nonessential to righteousness and almost without exception becomes a substitute for doing righteousness. Righteousness is obedience to God. Righteousness is behavior from one being to another which exemplifies humility: sacrifice, obedience, and submission to the needs of ALL life. Righteousness is giving up the choice to make myself first, giving up the choice to make the rest of life expendable. Righteousness is making the choice of servanthood rather than ascendance, making the choice of equality rather than hierarchy.
  • I don't believe it's a problem. In the end all that matters is if your living your life the way God wants you to a to do what he tells you and to also spread the word of God.
  • Not for many Muslims around the world that feel the same way. (I'm not sure what kind of "problem" you are expecting.)
  • there is nothing wrong with loving a god but hating the religions.
  • Since JHC was Jewish anyway, I don't see why it would be...Judaism was and is the genuine, original item...
  • Just do your thing and don't worry about what other people think. You don't need their approval acceptance or permission :)
  • Not at all. I feel the same way. Mainly because I feel most Christians don't act the way the should. And, if I am correct, I think Jesus (in the bible) said the same thing.
  • no i love Jesus and i'm muslim
  • Nope...sounds totally acceptable...
  • Profess with thy mouth that Jesus Christ is the son of God and thou shall surley be saved. Hmmm... nothing about attending church!!!
  • I'm a Christian, but I study the teachings of Buddha, Mohammed, and the like. I have done extensive research and study on the teachings of the Bab and on Baha'u'llah, and follow their teachings dearly, with few "relgious" exceptions. Following ones teachings and worshipping are totally different. Many follow Christs teachings without realizing it, and not being Christian. Practicing forgiveness and love and peace. Of course, these also fall in line with other religious figures, such as Mohammed and Buddha. I can't count the typos in that paragraph, please excuse me =D
  • I Love God, but I do not love or like the teaching of all organized religions (e.g., Christian, Cathloic, Moslem Suni, and Moslem Shia); And the reason is that all of these teachings are different from the Original (original language) Bible, Old Testament, and Quran. And recently, I found that following others teachings is a violation of the first commandment. God wants us to follow and obey Him only.
  • Follow your heart not a religeon.
  • How can you love Jesus Christ and hate Christianity? The two go hand and hand. Christianity is the teachings of Christ????
  • Sounds good to me.
  • I love Jesus Christ and my brothers and sisters in Christ but I find that some can be very annoying, just as I can be annoying at times. Finding some annoying doesn't mean that I hate them for being human, I just hate what Christians, as a whole, have done to the once pristine Early Church and Christianity as it once was. We have turned what Christ founded and turned it into "organized religion" which is all but totally devoid of what the church was meant to be. A place to gather together, learn the Word of God, praise and worship of Yahweh, train up people to be missionaries, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. The church today is more about money, pomp, ceremony, fashion statements, man-made doctrines, rules, regulations, and power. When a church needs to rely upon, soup suppers, ball teams, secular music, new buildings, and a promise of a bountiful and rich life, just to get people into the church, there is most definitely something wrong with this picture. So in light of all that I stated above, I share your views about Christianity as it is today. Just my take on it.
  • No, You should find a gnostic group... http://gnostic.meetup.com/
  • I love Jesus too and I'm a Christian it's just I don't like people calling it a "religion" because it's not, it's a relationship. So if that's what you mean, then no, I don't think that's a big deal.
  • no problem at all we are Muslims and we love jesus more that christians do
  • TO EACH HIS OR HER OWN = YOU LOVE A FALSE NAME THAT NEVER WAS REAL AND A RELIGION WAS ONLY PROCLAIMED BY MEN THAT INVENTED IT OR LISTENED TO OTHERS FALSELY.
  • Organized religion is at times distanced from the essence of the one from which it spawned. Organized religion in that way is much like a jewel buried deep under dirt and mud. Jesus is the jewel. Organized religion is the heap of crap burying it deep below.
  • It's like 'I love you but I won't spend life with you'!
  • I don't think Jesus would like modern Christianity.
  • Christianity is basically "those who have accepted Christ as their Savior", joined HIS BODY /church not a denomination or building.....Christ did want unity among HIS..as we see when HE spoke to the 7 assemblies in Revelation....and we are to meet with fellow Believers...but it is hard to find many true...I speculate there is probably very few true Christians and any denomination....with the right HEART condition....this is why there won't be many going to Heaven ...there was only eight in the world when Noah prophecied for yrs...so..I thought Ghandi said , " i like your Christ, just not many Christians"..as in didn't practice what they preach..anyways , I understood what he felt and saw..... no , its hard today..1 reason is everything is business as usual on Sunday/Sabbath...i was a little girl when this started and remembered thinking, "this is not good" and have never liked the change... Jesus knows where ur heart is , so, no , i don't think it is a problem......ive seen many elderly people never missed a church service and do have a clue what the bible teaches ...
  • Of course not. Jesus is the best, and he's our savior. Don't let some crazy fundies steal that from you.
  • As long as you accept that Jesus died to redeem sins and believing this will bring you everlasting spiritual life, it doesn't matter what you think of other people.
  • What has been done in the name of Christianity is very far from what Christ taught. Consider Jesus’ speech called the Sermon on the Mount, recorded in Matthew chapters 5 to 7. In this masterpiece of teaching, Jesus spoke on a number of topics, including the way to find true happiness, how to settle disputes, how to pray, and how to have the proper view of material things. Jesus’ words are just as powerful and practical today as they were when he spoke them.True Christians follow these teachings and also become followers of Christ.
  • I believe if you truely love Jesus and GOD you will be lead away from the pack.(church that is)The Bible says seek me and ye shall find me, he didnt say anything about seek achurch or a denomation. So I believe your alot futher ahead that most.Read the BIBLE and pray and the HOLY SPIRIT WILL lead you into all truth, Matthew 16:12 Then understood they how that he bade them not beware of the leaven of bread, but of the doctrine of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees and stay away from those so called christian books. they have alot right but they also have a lot wrong, and the BIBLE say Galatians 5:9 A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump!
  • Houston, we have a problem!
  • I understand where you are coming from. Consider this story. A reported conversation between the Hindu leader Mohandas K. Gandhi and the former British Viceroy of India, Lord Irwin: Lord Irwin asked Gandhi what he thought would solve the problems between Great Britain and India. Gandhi picked up a Bible and opened it to the fifth chapter of Matthew and said: "When your country and mine shall get together on the teachings laid down by Christ in this Sermon on the Mount, we shall have solved the problems not only of our countries but those of the whole world." Considering these ones who claim to be followers of Christ - but who really mislead others and alienate those trying to learn the truth, Jesus said: “Whoever stumbles one of these little ones that believe, it would be finer for him if a millstone such as is turned by an ass were put around his neck and he were actually pitched into the sea.” (Mark 9:42)
  • Not at all.
  • Not a problem at all. Like the old saying says, "I love humanity. It's people I can't stand."
  • No, it shows that you understand that christians have little in common with the teachings of Christ.
  • Dont think of it as a religion, i don't like what the title christianity has become because we are persieved as hypocrites but thats not always true, relationship makes more sense that religion just think of it as a relationship with God not just a bunch of rules to follow.
  • Well, it's strange, I'll tell you that. It's like loving Hershey but hating cocoa. If your not a Christian, you go to Hell. Simple as that
  • Not at all. Christ wouldn't want to be a Christian either.
  • I can understand not liking what churches and religious organizations do; however, to be a Christian means to follow Christ. So, perhaps it would be more accurate to say that you don't like what most so-called Christian churches teach and do that goes against what Christ taught and did.
  • I'd say, yes.
  • Without a doubt, you have often heard the claim that Jesus is God, the second person in the "Holy trinity." However, the very Bible which is used as a basis for knowledge about Jesus and as the basis for doctrine within Christianity clearly belies this claim. We urge you to consult your own Bible and verify that the following conclusions are not drawn out of context: 1. God is All Knowing.....but Jesus was not When speaking of the day of judgment, Jesus clearly gave evidence of a limitation on his knowledge when he said, "but of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in Heaven, neither the son, but the Father." Mark 13:32, and Matt 24:36. But God knows all. His knowledge is without any limitations. That Jesus, of his own admission, did not know when the day of judgment would be, is clear proof that Jesus is not all-knowing, and that Jesus is therefore not God. 2. God is All Powerful.....but Jesus was not While Jesus performed many miracles, he himself admitted that the power he had was not his own but was derived from God when he said, "Verily, verily I say unto you, the Son can do nothing of himself, but what he seeth the Father do..." St. John 5:19. Again he said, "I can of mine own self do nothing: as I hear I judge: and my judgment is just; because I seek not mine own will, but the will of the Father which hath sent me." St. John 5:30. But God is not only all-powerful, He is also the source of all power and authority. That Jesus, of his own admission, could do nothing on his own is clear proof that Jesus is not all-powerful, and that therefore Jesus is not God. 3. God does not have a God.....but Jesus did have a God. God is the ultimate judge and refuge for all, and He does not call upon nor pray to any others. But Jesus acknowledged that there was one whom he worshipped and to whom he prayed when he said, "l ascend unto my Father and your Father, and to my God and your God." St. John 20:17. He is also reported to have cried out while on the cross, "My God, my God why hast thou forsaken me?" Matt 27:46. If Jesus were God, then couldn't this be read, "Myself, myself why hast thou forsaken me?" Would that not be pure nonsense? When Jesus prayed the Lord's prayer (Luke 11:2-4), was he praying to himself? When in the garden of Gethsemane he prayed, "O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: Nevertheless not as I will but as thou wilt." Matt 26:36-39. Was Jesus praying to himself? That Jesus, of his own admission and by his own actions, acknowledged, worshipped, and prayed to another being as God is clear proof that Jesus himself is not God. 4. God is an invisible spirit.....but Jesus was flesh and blood While thousands saw Jesus and heard his voice, Jesus himself said that this could not be done with God when he said. "No man hath seen God at any time." St. John 1:18. '"Ye have neither heard His voice at any time nor seen His shape." St. John 5:37. He also said in St. John 4:24. "God is a spirit and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth." That Jesus would say that no one had seen or heard God at any time, while his followers both saw and heard him, is clear proof that Jesus was not God. 5. No one is greater than God and no one can direct Him but Jesus acknowledged someone greater than himself whose will was distinct from his own. Perhaps the clearest indication we have that Jesus and God are not equal, and therefore not one and the same, come again from the mouth of Jesus himself who said in St. John 14:28, "My Father is greater than I." When someone referred to him as good master in Matt 19:17, Jesus responded, "Why callest thou me good? There is none good but one, that is God..." Furthermore, Jesus drew clear distinctions between himself and God when he said, "I proceeded forth and came from God, neither came I of myself but He sent me." St. John 8:42. Jesus gave clear evidence of his subordination to God, rather than his equality with God,when he said in Luke 22:42, "not my will but thine be done" and in St. John 5:30, "I seek not mine own will but the will of the Father which hath sent me." That Jesus would admit that he did not come into the world on his own initiative but was directed to do so, that he would acknowledge another being as greater than himself, and that he would negate his own will in deference to affirming the will of another, give clear proof that Jesus is not the Supreme One and therefore Jesus is not God. Conclusion The Church recognizes the Bible as the primary source of knowledge about God and Jesus. But since the Bible makes it clear that Jesus is not the Supreme Being and the Supreme Being is not Jesus, upon what basis have you come to believe otherwise? My brother or sister, the belief that the Supreme Being is a Trinity is false and completely inconsistent with the words of Jesus as presented in the Bible. God is one, not three. He is a perfect unity. If you are interested in the truth about God and your relationship to Him, we invite you to investigate the religion of Islam. What is the word of God about Jesus: A. Regarding Sonship of Jesus: That is Jesus, son of Mary, in word of truth, concerning which they are doubting. It is not for God to take a son unto Him. Glory be to Him! When He decrees a thing he but says to it "Be", and it is. (Qur'an 19:34,35). And they say, 'The All-merciful has taken unto Himself a son.' You have indeed advanced something hideous. The heavens are well nigh rent of it and the earth split asunder, and the mountains well nigh fall down crashing for that they have attributed to the All-Merciful a son; and it behoves not the All-Merciful to take a son. None is there in the heavens and earth but comes to the All-Merciful as a servant (Qur'an 19:88-93). Truly the likeness of Jesus, in God's sight, is as Adam's likeness; He created him of dust, then said He unto him, "Be", and he was. (Qur'an 3:59). People of the Book, go not beyond the bounds in your religion, and say not as to God but the Truth. The Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary, was only the Messenger of God, and His Word that He committed to Mary, and a spirit from Him. So believe in God and His Messengers. and say not, 'Three', Refrain, better is it for you. God is only One God. Glory be on Him - that He should have a son! To Him belongs that which is in the heavens and on the earth, God suffices for a guardian. (Qur'an 4:171) B. Regarding Jesus being God: And when God said. 'O Jesus son of Mary,did you say unto men, "Take me and my mother as gods, apart from God?" He Said, 'To You be Glory! It is not mine to say what I have no right to. If I indeed said it, You knew it, knowing what is within my soul, and I do not know what is within Your soul; You know the things unseen. I only said to them what You did command me: "Serve God, my Lord and your Lord." And I was a witness over them, while I remained among them; but when You did take me to Yourself the Watcher over them; You are the witness of everything. (Quran 5:116,117) C. Regarding Crucifiction of Jesus: And for their unbelief, and their uttering against Mary a mighty calumny, and for their saying, 'We slew the Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, the Messenger of God'...yet they did not slay him, neither crucified him, only a likeness of that was shown to them. Those who are at variance concerning him surely are in doubt regarding him, they have no knowledge of him, except the following of surmise; and they did not slay him of certainty... no indeed, God raised him up to Him; God is Almighty, All-Wise. There is not one of the people of the Book but will assuredly believe in him before his death, and on the Resurrection Day he will be a witness against them. (Qur'an 4:156-159)
  • Jesus established Christianity. But, I assume your problem is with people who don't follow his teachings yet call themselves Christians.
  • Not a problem, I'm the same way :D
  • What exactly is it about Christianity that you don't like? Being a Christian perhaps means you don't like yourself?
  • No actually it's probably better. Jesus was fairly cool and mostly good. Christianity as a religion has both good and bad. You've just eliminated the bad stuff.
  • I don't think so.
  • That sounds strange, you must of had some bad experiences with Christians, but leave them other Christians alone, the importance is in your heart, and if you love Jesus, then that's all that matters.
  • Follow Jesus Christ my friend, not religion. Religion won't save anyone, but Jesus Christ can save.
  • oOoOo NO oOoOo
  • The word "Christian" means "Christ-like" and it is not a "religion". Religion is man-made. Perhaps you don't like a particular denomination or doctrine? A particular church? To love Jesus is to be a Christian. I embrace my Christianity as I love Jesus more than anything I know. I don't know how to answer your question but I would like to say that if you love Jesus, you ARE a Christian. What else would you be? I believe perhaps you are confusing organized religion with Christianity, and Christianity is not being a Baptist, a Catholic or a Methodist. It is following Jesus Christ's teachings. It is listening to the Holy Spirit and learning what God wants for you by reading His Word daily and spending time in prayer.
  • Being a Christian means being a follower of Christ. Many people consider them as Christian as a religion. Going to church etc... The truth is Christianity is not about a religion is about your personal relationship with Christ. Now, you got to understand something though. The road is narrow and hard, and many are the ways that lead to destruction. So don't believe everything that people tell you as much Christians you think they are. But follow what the Bible says. Because many are the ones that on the day will say to Jesus, I made miracles in your name, I took demons out in your name. And Jesus will reply, " Away from me evil doers." What am I trying to say with this? Many things are wrong, and is really hard to be a real follower of Christ. Is being part of a church and doing what the pastor says make you a Christian? Not at all. My advice always is follow what the Bible says, don't even follow your emotions or your heart because it might be deceitful but follow what the Bible says.
  • Good question. Yes it is a problem. To be Christian means to follow Christ. Christianity is the organized religion of Christ followers all trying to adhere to the doctrines and traditions of the faith. There are aspects of the religious practice that may be personally inconvenient, for lack of a better word. (Your inconveniences may include unwilling church attendance, issues with other Christians, devotion to spiritual disciplines, etc.) However, you must participate in Christianity if indeed you are a Christian. We are commanded to gather together and partake of communion (for example) with other believers, for it strengthens us all in the faith. We are saved by faith and it is important that we grow together in it. "Iron sharpens iron" (Proverbs 27:17): we grow in our devotion to Christ by the interaction with other believers in Christ. Solo Christians are the easiest to deceive about Jesus Christ because without the interaction with other believers, demonic forces and false philosophies can mislead the solo person into believing false conclusions about Jesus. They will never tell you that you don't love Jesus, but which Jesus will they allow you to love? It is much easier to trick a solo Christian into following a false Christ than one who is in regular fellowship with the body of Christ. ---
  • If you mean "Christianity" as in organized religion then you are in the same boat as Jesus. He didn't like it either.
  • That's like saying, "I love your head but not your body, so I'll feed your mouth but don't swallow it". Maybe there's not enough benevolence in your life as well. Everyone has something someone else might need. From money, to helping with some yard work or even a simple kind word of encouragement can go a long way in another's life. Be the gift :)
  • Am I the only person who finds the whole Jesus thing to kind of be a little absurd? I do not believe in any MAN who says he is he only path to god. I believe people in all relegions find god. To believe in relegion and not believe that a truly good person will not go to heaven just because he did not follow a certian relegion is so bogus. I believe there are many paths to God and anyone who claims to be the right and only path is a dam hypocrite. Serouisly this relegion thing has gotten so out of hand, what made everything but relegion evolve and get smarter????
  • There is no conflict here... Most of so called " Christianity" is false religion...' ' what the Bible warns about... (Revelation 18:4-5) And I heard another voice out of heaven say: “Get out of her, my people, if YOU do not want to share with her in her sins, and if YOU do not want to receive part of her plagues. 5 For her sins have massed together clear up to heaven, and God has called her acts of injustice to mind. This is " Babylon the great"...the world empire of false religion, in reality obeying Satan. The trinity concept being the very worst of what it is guilty of. Jesus is simply NOT Almighty God.
  • IT depends how you define Christianity. Do you mean the established churches? You dont have to like them. The true Church is not a denomination like the Baptists or the Church of England, but it is the body of Christ which includes believers from all nations and creeds. Christianity as I see it, is the belief in Jesus, by a person. So not liking it is like not liking yourself.
  • Who honestly gives a shit about both of them?
  • No problem, U C Jesus didn't teach the Christianity, the church did, Jesus never heard of the word Christianity in his lifetime. Jesus like all men of God before him taught, and followed, the path of sincere submission to the will of God. "My meat is to DO THE WILL OF him that sent me" he said in John 4:34, while in Matthew 7:21 he warned that only he "shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; ... that DOETH THE WILL OF my Father which is in heaven" HQ 2:112 confirms this by saying "Nay,-whoever SUBMITS HIS WHOLE SELF to THE WILL OF God and is a doer of good,- he will get his reward with his Lord; on such shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve"
  • I do not think there is a problem. The essence of our faith and belief is to love the Lord Jesus Christ with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our strength and with all our mind and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Love is the greatest!

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