Should people who do not trust those around them to treat their family and children with respect if they publicly admit to not being a Christian be forced to convert to Christianity for their own personal comfort? That seems to be the argument being presented in another question and hijacking it completely off point. (orig question here)
Is that why some people do become Christians? Because it's less uncomfortable than not being one? Do churches really want people to claim their religion just so they won't be ridiculed, fired or otherwise ostraciszed by other Christians?Answer Question
Answer by KristiS11384 at 12:06 PM on Dec. 3, 2010
Answer by LindaClement at 12:12 PM on Dec. 3, 2010
I would never push my family or friends to believe what I believe. I can accept any loving caring person into my life, it doesn't matter to me what their spiritual beliefs are. I think we spend too much time trying to place everyone in an appropriate cubbie hole and we need to spend more time just learning to value people more. This isn't just a christian thing I get plenty of judgements placed on me by people of other beliefs, because of what I believe. Judge less love more.
Answer by RyansMom001 at 12:44 PM on Dec. 3, 2010
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Answer by pam19 at 1:38 PM on Dec. 3, 2010
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