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Christian Nihilism (A thougt)

ChristianPunk
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3/20/2015 2:57:50 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
I was driving down my car one night to hang out with my friends and remembered hearing of the idea of Christian Hedonism. I find it interesting that they took a secular philosophy and added a Christian spin on it. I then thought about my view and almost thought it was like a Christian Nihilist perspective. I thought my actions were meaningless because certain things like the second coming, harm or what not was bound to happen. Now I personally think we should still do things to help people, but it did make me think that it can be possible. Any thoughts?
Envisage
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3/20/2015 3:11:21 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 3/20/2015 2:57:50 PM, ChristianPunk wrote:
I was driving down my car one night to hang out with my friends and remembered hearing of the idea of Christian Hedonism. I find it interesting that they took a secular philosophy and added a Christian spin on it. I then thought about my view and almost thought it was like a Christian Nihilist perspective. I thought my actions were meaningless because certain things like the second coming, harm or what not was bound to happen. Now I personally think we should still do things to help people, but it did make me think that it can be possible. Any thoughts?

About 2 seconds on google turned up this blog....
http://thechristiannihilist.blogspot.co.uk...
ChristianPunk
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3/20/2015 3:32:47 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 3/20/2015 3:11:21 PM, Envisage wrote:
At 3/20/2015 2:57:50 PM, ChristianPunk wrote:
I was driving down my car one night to hang out with my friends and remembered hearing of the idea of Christian Hedonism. I find it interesting that they took a secular philosophy and added a Christian spin on it. I then thought about my view and almost thought it was like a Christian Nihilist perspective. I thought my actions were meaningless because certain things like the second coming, harm or what not was bound to happen. Now I personally think we should still do things to help people, but it did make me think that it can be possible. Any thoughts?

About 2 seconds on google turned up this blog....
http://thechristiannihilist.blogspot.co.uk...

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