I would like to start attened a Unitiarian Universalists church. I work in a very conservative southern Bapitist setting. Would my coworkers have an issue with me attending that church?
Not that it will weigh into my decision. I would like to know what type of reaction I'd get if I told people.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:12 PM on Oct. 23, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
tnmomoffive, that's the thing... it's clear to you. But for most of the rest of the world that's not clear at all. I have a real issue with teaching my son that people who don't believe what he does are going to hell or "wrong." As sure as you are that you know the truth, I am just as sure that God loves me and there are many paths to him. When you study other religions and get to know people of other faiths it is very clear that many Christians lack the peace and comfort of God. While people across the globe know God and live in his glory with the comfort that they have a true relationship with him without the bible. I want my child to love God and trust in him. I can't dictate how he does that.
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