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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago

Why dont you like christains?

>Please dont comment my spelling, lol<

Please dont be rude, you can be as open as you want but please dont offend any one. I'm looking for a solid answer. No, "because ther stupid", or "its been proven wrong". Lame! Give me somthing I can work with.

Note- There are alot of fanatical christains out there who want to beat you with a bible untill you submit or die, bit there are alo alot of athiests out there who wouldent mind ripping of a christain's head, I personaly dont like eather. Boath dumb, both irational, both horrably iritating!

So just answer to the best of your well thought out ability, and is 3 lines of igrorent slers is all you can come up with... Well i wonte discriminate agenst the dumb.

Update:

I like the answers and think that you all respected my lines very much, within the next 2 weeks I'll be elaborating on the question and giving you more information on different thng, should be fun.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    As long as Christianity, as well as several of the other "ultimate truths", have as their end and gleefully sought after goal, the END OF THE WORLD, and as long as they believe that their rights are being violated if they are denied the opportunity to use the coercive power of the state to shove their god down every ones throat, you will have to put up with us being in your face. Why should we abandon a forum where we can let you know that you will not be allowed to carry out the silly "End Times" rubbish that you seem to forget would include the rest of us.

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  • 1 decade ago

    If your question is for muslims so here is the answer , 1st of all your information is not right . Muslims should not hate or like any people for their religion but may be for their actions .

    In Islam we have to respect all other religions , so it is not true that we don't like christians or others .

    But if some people of any religion come to occupy your land and destroy your country and kill your children what will you do ?

    I think you will fight and defence your self and country against them even if their religion is the same as yours .

    I hope you got my point .

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  • 1 decade ago

    I've got no problem at all with the nonfanatical Christians. Which is the vast majority of them. It's just that the fanatics are the most visible, and people get tired of being told that they're going to hell, etc., and so turn against the whole religion. Which is wrong, and I hope that most of them come to realize this, as I did. I agree with everything you said though, most Christians are good people who respect others' religions (or lack of them), and they deserve that same respect.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Some of them act really mean towards others who are not christians or dont have a religion. It annoys me that some of them go strictly by the bible and hurt other's feelings. Some of them believe whatever their religion does is right. I believe that they shouldn't go around shoving their religion in people's faces. Its rude and uncalled for. Its like a trash pick up man(no offense in any way) going around and telling everyone to do the job he does and having no for an answer and then dissing the jobs everyone else has.

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  • 1 decade ago

    My answer to your question is:

    Christmas used to be a time for celebrating life, love, family and togetherness in general. It was a time for those who are religious to celebrate Jesus's birthday.

    now Christmas is no longer about family, friends, celebrating, life, fun, or religion. it is all commercialized. It is all about making money for stores and people. or showing that you can outspend your neighbors, friends, and family.

    Not all families have gone this way, but the vast majority have, and it sickens me. I have a tight. close knot family, and we do get together for more than just Christmas, but how many families do this now a days? very few.

    That is what I feel Christmas has gone to, a money racket for the majority. It is truly ashamed.

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  • rezany
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    1 decade ago

    I don't like the behavior of many Christians. A personal relationship with God and an honest attempt at living a Christ-like life should be the priority. I'm not sure why so many believe it is their duty to cram God down everyone's throat. God opens our hearts to Him when we are ready to receive Him. No amount of badgering opens a heart to any idea whether it be about Christ or about anchovies.

    Peace :)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I can't say that I dislike Christians or people of other faiths for that matter. I take people one at a time. I don't think you can judge people on the basis of their beliefs. It's how they live their life that matters. I don't care for fanatics of any religion, though. Have a great day!

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  • 1 decade ago

    I like anyone who is capable of carrying on a conversation in a rational, respectful frame of mind.I can respect anyone's beliefs even if they do not match mine as long as they are not verbally assaulting me with it. I am a Christian and I try not to discriminate against anyone. However I am human and I do tend to stay away from people who appear to be limited in their ability to be nice to others.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't hate Christians. I just think what they choose to believe is utter nonsense. But if people want to be a slave to an imaginary god, then I suppose they have every right to do so. I won't discriminate against them for what they choose to believe. I'd just appreciate it if they kept it to themselves. I don't want to hear their crap and I don't imagine they want to hear mine. So I guess Christians and I should just stay away from each other.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I love Christians though they do tend to get close minded at times after confining themselves strictly to the "church family" It can be easy when doing this to lose site of one's goal of love and compassion and sometimes lose touch with the world that they have been sent to save.

    Blessed Be

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