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I'm not sure why Christianity isn't a dead religion.

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"Lovino_V" wrote:

Bad people ran the church yeah... but they got brought to justuce right?  Not even close.


im not going to explain this a second time.


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"Alekhine" wrote:

fist off yes go on and check (most accepted and getting bigger)

Most accepted =/= most people believing it.

second yes it was learn your history

Nope. Crusades, Spanish Inquisition, etc all went unpunished because they're A-OK in the eyes of the church. 

 

Romen catholic church i know.... BUT they LOST.... besides punishment came laiter on if you can reamember.  Martin Louther (not king)  started reading the bible to people and alot turnd away from the church but not faith... and sometime after, followers of the church knew it was wrong to be wershiping idles, so they went in and distroyed all of the status (and so on) in the church, that were not of God.


The church not having a lot of power today doesn't really mean that the people responsible for the horrible things the church did were punished, which is the crux of what I'm saying.


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"Alekhine" wrote:

"Lovino_V" wrote:

"Alekhine" wrote:

fist off yes go on and check (most accepted and getting bigger)

Most accepted =/= most people believing it.

second yes it was learn your history

Nope. Crusades, Spanish Inquisition, etc all went unpunished because they're A-OK in the eyes of the church. 

 

Romen catholic church i know.... BUT they LOST.... besides punishment came laiter on if you can reamember.  Martin Louther (not king)  started reading the bible to people and alot turnd away from the church but not faith... and sometime after, followers of the church knew it was wrong to be wershiping idles, so they went in and distroyed all of the status (and so on) in the church, that were not of God.

The church not having a lot of power today doesn't really mean that the people responsible for the horrible things the church did were punished, which is the crux of what I'm saying.



we were talking about how they got punished (or brought to justice) whatever you want to call it.
and people hait them now and want to compleatly get rid of it... look kid those are forms of punishment as well (fear is also punishment in itself) 


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"Lovino_V" wrote:

"Alekhine" wrote:

"Lovino_V" wrote:

"Alekhine" wrote:

fist off yes go on and check (most accepted and getting bigger)

Most accepted =/= most people believing it.

second yes it was learn your history

Nope. Crusades, Spanish Inquisition, etc all went unpunished because they're A-OK in the eyes of the church. 

 

Romen catholic church i know.... BUT they LOST.... besides punishment came laiter on if you can reamember.  Martin Louther (not king)  started reading the bible to people and alot turnd away from the church but not faith... and sometime after, followers of the church knew it was wrong to be wershiping idles, so they went in and distroyed all of the status (and so on) in the church, that were not of God.

The church not having a lot of power today doesn't really mean that the people responsible for the horrible things the church did were punished, which is the crux of what I'm saying.


we were talking about how they got punished (or brought to justice) whatever you want to call it.
and people hait them now and want to compleatly get rid of it... look kid those are forms of punishment as well (fear is also punishment in itself) 


What part of "The people responsible for the church doing horrible things didn't get punished" is difficult to grasp for you? I want to clarify what you're having trouble with. 

Also, there are few people who hate the church and still subscribe that religion.


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Im just gonna reply to the original question 

Im not sure why Christianity isn't a dead religion

I think its cos billions of people believes in it and its unquestioned in that way and and its lasted for thousands of years and  its part of there family history and culture and society.



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"Alekhine" wrote:

"Lovino_V" wrote:

"Alekhine" wrote:

"Lovino_V" wrote:

"Alekhine" wrote:

fist off yes go on and check (most accepted and getting bigger)

Most accepted =/= most people believing it.

second yes it was learn your history

Nope. Crusades, Spanish Inquisition, etc all went unpunished because they're A-OK in the eyes of the church. 

 

Romen catholic church i know.... BUT they LOST.... besides punishment came laiter on if you can reamember.  Martin Louther (not king)  started reading the bible to people and alot turnd away from the church but not faith... and sometime after, followers of the church knew it was wrong to be wershiping idles, so they went in and distroyed all of the status (and so on) in the church, that were not of God.

The church not having a lot of power today doesn't really mean that the people responsible for the horrible things the church did were punished, which is the crux of what I'm saying.


we were talking about how they got punished (or brought to justice) whatever you want to call it.
and people hait them now and want to compleatly get rid of it... look kid those are forms of punishment as well (fear is also punishment in itself) 

What part of "The people responsible for the church doing horrible things didn't get punished" is difficult to grasp for you? I want to clarify what you're having trouble with. 

Also, there are few people who hate the church and still subscribe that religion.


eh must have red fast... eather way in all they were you know considering they lost there power... its like a kid... i guess the best way to explain it is... kid does something wrong they get punished in some way... (sometimes everyone suffers because of someone elce)  <----Thats what happend. i dont agree with how they went about it.


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Im just gonna reply to the original question 

Im not sure why Christianity isn't a dead religion

I think its cos billions of people believes in it and its unquestioned in that way and and its lasted for thousands of years and  its part of there family history and culture and society.


You make an interesting point, how it's lasted for thousands of years teaching creationism and yet evolution-ism has only been around since the 1850's. I know I'm outta line with the subject but I just thought I'd point that out. I think it's still alive because people are teaching Christianity to their kids just like you do with anything you think is a fact.


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"hugebear" wrote:

Im just gonna reply to the original question 

Im not sure why Christianity isn't a dead religion

I think its cos billions of people believes in it and its unquestioned in that way and and its lasted for thousands of years and  its part of there family history and culture and society.

  You make an interesting point, how it's lasted for thousands of years teaching creationism and yet evolution-ism has only been around since the 1850's. I know I'm outta line with the subject but I just thought I'd point that out. I think it's still alive because people are teaching Christianity to their kids just like you do with anything you think is a fact.


Smart children^^


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"Storm1232" wrote:

"bpbpbp" wrote:

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Im just gonna reply to the original question 

Im not sure why Christianity isn't a dead religion

I think its cos billions of people believes in it and its unquestioned in that way and and its lasted for thousands of years and  its part of there family history and culture and society.

  You make an interesting point, how it's lasted for thousands of years teaching creationism and yet evolution-ism has only been around since the 1850's. I know I'm outta line with the subject but I just thought I'd point that out. I think it's still alive because people are teaching Christianity to their kids just like you do with anything you think is a fact.


Smart children^^


I dunno if it is the fact [cos according to the Christian religion you dont need proof but faith] but it is the traditions and what alot of people who believes in Christianity thinks.  They believes it cos its the faith 



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"bpbpbp" wrote:

"hugebear" wrote:

Im just gonna reply to the original question 

Im not sure why Christianity isn't a dead religion

I think its cos billions of people believes in it and its unquestioned in that way and and its lasted for thousands of years and  its part of there family history and culture and society.

  You make an interesting point, how it's lasted for thousands of years teaching creationism and yet evolution-ism has only been around since the 1850's. I know I'm outta line with the subject but I just thought I'd point that out. I think it's still alive because people are teaching Christianity to their kids just like you do with anything you think is a fact.


What are you trying to say by pointing out that Evolution is a much newer idea? 

I feel as though you're trying to say that some how diminishes its credibility. If I'm wrong please correct me. 


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