Thursday, January 15, 2015

The Revealed Truth Producing Hate, Conflicts, and Wars

There are so many interpretations of the truth revealed in the bible that produced more than tens of thousands sects of Christianity. Each laughing, or worse - hating the faith of others. But is there any of you aware of the different interpretations of the truth revealed in the Multiplication Table? Have any of you ever heard of one hating others for not believing that 2 + 2 = 4? Or, have any of you ever heard of a nation declaring war on another nation because they do not believe that 1 + 1 = 2? Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#


Ken said...

Poch, don't confuse yourself. There are only two groups, really. There are the Christian churches or denominations, and there are the cults that pretend to be Christian. The Christian churches hold on to essential doctrines which make them "Christian." They may disagree on non-essentials, which makes them interesting, but their differences don't discredit Christianity. We fellowship freely with fellow believers of other Christian denominations. It's rather fun and delightful. Try it Poch. Blessings! Ken Sidadayaw

Poch Suzara said...

Ken, aren't you the one confused? Have you ever heard of groups behind the MULTIPLICATION TABLE where one group believe that 2 plus 2 equals and the other group believe that 2 plus 2 is not 4? Ken, have you ever heard of atheists killing other atheists because they do not believe in God? Cheers! Poch Suzara

Ken said...

Poch, I've heard of atheists killing those who believe in God, and I'm aware of theists who have killed in the name of God. I have always maintained that all people are fallen in sin and have a propensity for wickedness, whether they are theists or atheists, religious or irreligious, both the godless and the unrighteous. You may believe that people are basically good but God doesn’t share your opinion. Modern atheistic regimes committed systematic acts of atrocity. They simply made religion their enemy and then exterminated their enemy. The new atheists sound pretty much like the old atheists. In his book, The End Of Faith, Sam Harris wrote: "Some propositions are so dangerous that it may even be ethical to kill people for believing them... Certain beliefs place their adherents beyond the reach of every peaceful means of persuasion." Blessings! Ken Sidadayaw