We're told that the end of days is awful.
That only Christians will be raptured up and spared.
Maybe children too, it's not really clear.
So, when Christians say that, are they really wishing unspeakable harm on their Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Agnostic, Atheist, Buddhist, and whatever else neighbors?
Are they really saying, "Oh, you'll be sitting there next to your sleeping baby and he will suddenly disappear and you will freak out, only to find the world a terrible chaotic place filled with horror after horror because you haven't accepted Jesus as your personal lord and savior. I can't wait for that to happen!"
Not all Christians say that, but I've read it at least twice in the rapture and end of times posts, and I've only opened one or two. It seems selfish at best, horrific, cruel, and heartless at worst.
Do those people really think the rest of us are deserving of such a fate?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:49 AM on May. 21, 2011 in Religious Debate
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