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Should people follow a religion even though they don't follow it themselves and be testified for the way they live? Ex: Gays and Christianity

Asked by: fredbosa
Should people follow a religion even though they don't follow it themselves and be testified for the way they live? Ex: Gays and Christianity
  • Members just not visitors

    Members of a religion should adhere to the tenets of that faith. If they do not, out-group people will accuse members of being hypocrites. Many in America claim to be Christians, for example, but have no problem charging interest to anyone. While jews are able to do such, Jesus stated that all humans are their neighbours, not just members of the same group. Therefore, Christians should not charge interest to anyone, even if they own a bank. How many follow that basic tenet?

  • God is not a religion, He is God.

    The consequences of God are individualized, biblically speaking we are NOT to hate sinners, just the sin themselves. People .... ALL people have the God given right to CHOOSE! No man may say nay to another, we walk through life fully responsible for the choices we make for ourselves, no other shall be held accountable for anyone else's choice. The choice to seek God falls upon each person , not by groups.

  • Its your life

    We all live different lives and follow different ways, I respect all religions but I don't choose to be in said religion. Seeing how the bible says that man is for woman and women for man, but to say that gays are spawns of Satan is just ridiculous, why do people have to die for the way they are born. It is our life to follow not someone else, we don't need to see the world as they do.


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