If all the Christians that are in favor of gay marriage are not "real" Christians and they're misguided, doing it wrong, whatever, does that mean they need to be excluded when measuring what portion of the country belongs to the Christian religion and shouldn't count in statistics determining whether or not the majority prescribes to a given faith?
If that's the case, it's time to do some serious revamping on the Census form before they take it again. Those are some major statistical records being fudged every decade if they aren't all "real" Christians and so many of them are really "heretics".
Answer by autodidact at 9:25 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
well just like in any faith there are differences. to me, a christian means that you believe that christ is the saviour and you have accepted him as such. there are major differences between alot of the churches within christianity. the people who are spouting off about this one not being a 'real' christian or that one being misguided, etc. are just judging, and if they are themselves 'real' christians they should know better than that. so they will get what's coming to them in the end, but yes, we do have to put up with their bs in the meantime lol. but to answer your question, no i don't think they should exclude anyone or change the census form just because some people have a hissy that others don't agree with them. a christian is someone who has accepted jesus christ as their personal savior. nobody but god knows if they are genuine or not
Answer by princessbeth79 at 8:35 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
Answer by lovinangels at 10:10 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
Answer by hot-mama86 at 8:41 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
Answer by WoodWitch at 8:47 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
Everyone in any religion makes choices that may or may not be exactully what is written in their worship book (Bible, Koran, etc.) That is like stating someone who is Republican but believes in one thing that mostly Democrats do, null and voids them beign republican.
as far as the point of being christian or not? There was only one Perfect man on this earth, and that was Jesus himself. If accepting gay marriage is a sin, and that makes you "not christian enough".
Answer by jellis at 8:48 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
Answer by jellis at 8:52 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
Answer by mustbeGRACE at 9:58 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
I just see people here not liking what the Bible says and throwing a fit about it.
Answer by mustbeGRACE at 10:33 PM on Aug. 14, 2010
Answer by lovinangels at 10:42 PM on Aug. 14, 2010