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Date Posted: Thu, Aug 26 2004, 2:15:06
So, what you are basically saying is that because a person does not follow one particular type of Christianity, they are automatically, irrevocably a worshipper of Satan? Besides, it isn't intended to change the topic to satanism. The point is that there are many religions out there that offer more encouragement and hospitality to people than Christianity. And the statements that you made show exactly what I mean. If I were someone only THINKING about Christianity, and not sure yet if I wanted to become a part of it, you would have just turned me away by saying that. But would you have said that? Of course not. You would have made it sound chipper to become Christian, and dire to not become Christian, but you would not have said, "You aren't a Christian? Than you're a satanist! Quickly, repent!" You would have charmed them into the idea. Isn't that the point? Either way, regardless of what you say, my topic remains the same: Christians (as individuals that represent a group) do many things that are absolutely appalling, and it turns people off. Not only that, but they reverse their own words, and the words of their Christ, in every day action and circumstance. One more time, just to make sure you have it...satanism was brought up as a for-instance, not as a scapegoat. I would ask that you not change the subject.
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