I've decided that i've heard almost every answer that most Christians will have to the majority of my questions.
I've always accepted the fact that others will believe whatever they want (or were taught) but at this point i have decided to stop trying to understand it. Why do I need to understand what Christians believe? It seems i already know the answers to whatever question i might ask and have asked. And it either makes no sense to me or leads me only to other questions and it goes in an unexplainable circle.
Blessed be all who have tried to help me "find/know God".
Is this so wrong? That I know and understand what i believe and am giving up on any attempt to further my understanding (please note that i say understanding and not KNOWLEDGE) of the Christian "relationship" with Jesus?
Asked by Anonymous at 3:09 AM on Jul. 12, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
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