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    Sun Aug 25 2013

    Only bad thing here is when the teachings become those of man's.

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    Tue Jun 18 2013

    This is a religion that claims you must be with them to get into heaven and have an afterlife. Why is it that religion thinks it is always the only true on e and the best why dont they all join hands and do what they are menat to whcihc is give poepole hope

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    Thu May 09 2013

    I have a very different approach to religion and have a very black and white opinion on all religions.

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    Wed Apr 24 2013

    the best life choice we all could make

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    Sat Apr 06 2013

    Yes, I agree and as a struggling christian, it can be very hard to live a chris like example and follow total christian living and righteous live every day. I'm doing my best and only our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ can judge the rest.

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    Mon Mar 04 2013

    I am a Christian and I believe in the saving power of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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    Fri Feb 08 2013

    It is, although many who consider themselves Christians don't follow His teachings.

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    Mon Jan 28 2013

    I've studied all major religions and there is no plan of salvation paid in full for us by someone else, like what Jesus did for those who trust in him. In other words I have yet to find salvation paid in full from any other religion. Neither have I found love, peace, grace, mercy, contentment, or forgiveness in any other religion. Therefore, even with all the extremist and opportunist in Christendom I choose to stay put. I know the haters will have a lot to say on this, you're entitled but it won't change my mind, too late for that now that I've experienced years of grace and mercy!

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    Fri Dec 28 2012

    He is my Lord and Savior...there is no other.

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    Sat Nov 03 2012

    I find it very confusing when Christians talk about Jesus Christ as Lord. Well my understanding of the Bible, and I have read a lot of it, is that God is my Lord. But then again I know that the Bible is allegorical and i mean by that - to quote the free online dictionary - The representation of abstract ideas or principles by characters, figures, or events in narrative, dramatic, or pictorial form. I'll be very upset if Islam isn't reviewed in this quiz.

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    Fri Oct 19 2012

    We are all blessed everyday.

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    Tue Oct 16 2012

    God is good

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    Sat Sep 22 2012

    The worst

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    Thu Sep 06 2012

    i love christianity.. I just think the people are too harsh.. i mean, c'mon people.. stop pushing your religion on us!! but i love the idea of believing in a higher power..

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    Sun Aug 19 2012

    Not a christian and religion has always been a bit of a touchy subject with everyone I knoe

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    Fri Jun 22 2012

    I am part of this religion and I am proud of this religion. This is one of the oldest and controversial religions in the world. A true believer of Christ follows his path to enlightenment and teaching.

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    Fri Jun 15 2012

    It's okay to teach Christianity.

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    Tue May 29 2012

    True...He is the founder of Christinity and his teachings speak for its self, alittle incorporation of his teachings in daily lives will sample the evidence of his might !

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    Sun Apr 22 2012

    goooood Good Site

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    Tue Apr 10 2012

    I am not a religious person and find to many faults within in it all to believe.

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    Tue Mar 27 2012

    good website

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    Wed Mar 14 2012

    I am a christian and God is great

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    Tue Mar 13 2012

    i dont like it this website

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    Thu Feb 16 2012

    Yes Offcourse

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    Fri Jan 20 2012

    Yes totaly agree.

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    Sat Jan 14 2012

    its a religion what am i supposed to say

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    Sat Dec 24 2011

    I think all people need a place to rest so when someone is in trouble at least will reduce the psychological burden to bear. Each person has different beliefs and we must respect and honor his belief that

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    Thu Jul 23 2009

    Adore the captain and much of the team. It's the cheesy vendors and the cheer squad that get on my nerves.

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    Tue Apr 21 2009

    There's good and bad. I have lots of good Christian friends and there are some Christian groups that truely do help people. Then you have Christians that are trying to make the whole world a Christian theocracy and want to start a new inquisition.

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    Mon Apr 20 2009

    Most major Universities (think Harvard, Oxford and Yale) were founded by Christians for Christian teachings. AA is a Christian organization, the Abolition movement was spearheaded by Christians. Art, philanthropy, science and medicine have all had distinctivly Christian contributions. And no, not ALL wars were started by Christians. Atheists, Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims and Jews have all thrown their hats into that ring as well.

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    Mon Mar 02 2009

    I have encountered many non-Christian people who have inquired the following: "If God is so loving, why is there so much trouble in the world? Why do people fight and kill in His name?" For those who have these questions burning in their minds, allow me to make things a little clearer. God gives everyone a free will, and people do with that free will whatever they choose. Under a free will, people will either make good decisions or bad decisions. It is not God's fault that PEOPLE choose to be hateful and mean and do atrocious things, and it is He to whom we will all give account when all is said and done. Then, there's the ever-common "Christians are all hypocrites!" rant. To them I say, do you know all Christians? Why penalize all of them for the way a few professing ones may act? While I'll readily admit that there are some claiming Christianity who try to appear "holy" by playing all the religious games yet their hearts tell a different story, this is not true of all Christ... Read more

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    Sat Jan 10 2009

    When Christians do their best to learn and practice the lessons of Yeshua, The Master Teacher, Christianity can be a great force for good.Unfortunately, few do.

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    Tue Jan 06 2009

    Take care of each other, do the right thing, forgive others for their mistakes, tell the truth. If you see these things as as a problem, you might not be a Christian! Christianity isn't harmful to society, the absence of it is!

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    Mon Jan 05 2009

    For the few checks in the negative column there seem to be more checks in the positive even with a few assholes messing it up for the rest of us. Yes, I said us. (gasp if you must) Now I took a star for the assholes, but lets examine those positives. Christianity is arguably still the greatest moral force moving in the world today, and without a moral sense I think that we may have descended into anarchy by now. The only other plus that I have the attention span to discuss is charity. How many charities are affiliated with a church or a Christian belief system? Think about that before you get too crazy, kids.

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    Mon Jan 05 2009

    In theory, Christianity like many other religions, serves a beneficial service to communities by providing a common ground for social interaction of like-minded people. The ideal form appears to encourage ethical behavior while providing hope for the future.The flip side of course is the overzealous application of religious dogma, which has historically led to the destruction of several independant and spirtual cultures. The pity of this is that as each successive culture was either assimilated or destroyed, society at large has lost valuable opportunities to learn from them. The "I'm right and you're wrong"  mentality leaves little room for open dialogue.What confounds me is that varied religions often have more in common than they do in opposition. If the Christian religion (or any religion for that matter) focused more on spiritual enlightenment and less on dogmatic ritual and/or fear, the world might-just-could be a better place.So before we drink the Kool-Aid...  we have to ask ou... Read more

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    Mon Jan 05 2009

    Wow, it's like I can feel the hate. As of the time I'm writing this, Christianity is only rated 2.58. So here's my five stars that this deserves.

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    Wed Jun 06 2007

    Helpful in its purest form of practice, hurtful when it embraces the political process as a form of spreading dogma to others (something that the prophet didn't abide by). . .

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    Wed Jun 06 2007

    I am a proud christian person who sees Christianity as teachings of Jesus and a new way of life. My faith is my drive and my strength!

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    Sun Nov 19 2006

    Christianity, like all major religions, is a control structure. Jesus was an altruist, with a few delusions, but Paul was a sadomasochistic control freak, furious at the various early churches for their deviation from his Stocism. Later, with the unification of the church that occurred when the teachings of Arius were violently destroyed, it became apparent that this type of belief system could be used in itself to control a population, and thus Constantine made Christianity the official religion of the Empire. (The fact that Constantine himself was an Arian is ironic.) To cut a long story short, Christianity was used as a basis for the divine right of kings, and thus is responsible for the stunted development of political systems in the early 2nd millenium. The teachings of Democritus were seen by the early Church as incompatible with the Bible (which they are, although Christians have improved their sophistry since the Renaissance) and therefore the vast majority of his atomis... Read more

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    Mon May 29 2006

    why is it that the people who rate Christianity with a 1 or 2 don't actually justify their decisions? they just rate it down and go. anyway, most of my reasoning has really been covered by previous posters. it's impossible to actually measure or even be aware of the benefits Christianity has had on society - there's just no way to tell. however, Christianity preaches a powerful moral message that everyone should be able to appreciate: love your neighbor always do right control your anger be kind to others be honest help those in need etc etc This message forms the cornerstone of Western philosophies of ethical behavior. There's just no way around the role that Christianity has played in our beliefs of right and wrong, even if you don't believe in it. And considering the message of right/wrong is a pretty respectable one I think it deserves some credit. those who believe in Christianity and actually take it seriously can attest that the moral responsibility that accomp... Read more

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    Tue Apr 25 2006

    Christianity is not primarily a teaching or a philosophy, but is based upon an event; the event of the resurrection of Jesus from the dead after he had been crucified three days prior. It is about the justice and love that take place at Calvary. The question now is how do we live and conduct our lives in light of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus the Messiah and Lord? Yes, he taught us to love one another, but on the Cross he demonstrates how to love one another. The resurrection was the first day of the week of the new creation of God in the World, because the World is different because of this one event. It is sad that we still want to live in the old world, but the new World is life in the Spirit. Those who have committed atrocities in the name of Jesus have not understood the Cross and the Resurrection of Jesus, but have elected to live in the Old World. If you mean by Christianity, those that have claimed to be Christians and yet have devoured others through dehuman... Read more

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    Fri Jan 06 2006

    People learn to love and respect each other (with exception to wackos who bomb abortion clinics) the way God wants us to. And this is my 1,000th entry! YAY!!!!

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    Sun Nov 20 2005

    God's willing to bless everyone. Will you take a step in his direction?

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    Sun Nov 20 2005

    Christianity has many redeeming aspects. However, an incredible thing about being human is that a philosophy which promotes peace and understading can end up doing just the opposite. One can only conclude that it is not Christ's message, which is remarkable in many respects, but rather it's the hypocritical agenda of those who commit atrocities in His name. It's a shame that that small minority can give a good religion a bad name.

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    Thu Nov 17 2005

    I know a lot of people feel hurt because they feel judged by "Christians" or Christianity. However, Christianity has positively effected many more lives than it has hurt. True Christianity is about the following of Jesus' example, and when this is done it makes a positive impact on people. Unfortunately some people misconstrue what Christianity should be, and use it to judge and isolate others. This is not helpful, but this is not all of Christianity either.

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