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#16    Paranoid Android

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Posted 12 July 2005 - 01:32 PM


You're going straight to hell for your beliefs grin2.gif

Seriously, how would you define "Christian"?  To me that word simply means to be a follower of Christ.  I think that if what you believe does not adversely affect your relationship with God, then there shouldn't be a problem with it.  

The Catholic church (I think) has a much more draconian stance on the issue, but then again, I'm not Catholic.

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Posted 12 July 2005 - 03:13 PM

I am trying to imagine why God would be angry at you for believing in reincarnation. How is that wrong. I instead think it is wrong for the religion to tell you have to believe in a certain way or you will be punished for it. That sounds like a trick to me. If people don't need churchs, then how can churchs survive?  So they use fear to keep you there.
I was a Catholic once. And I remember how they told us it was a sin to not go to church. Very simple tactic I think.

Look into other areas for answers and make up your mind on your own.

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Posted 12 July 2005 - 07:42 PM

thank you for the help guys!

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