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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 8 years ago

Professed Christians, Do You Agree that False Religions Bear Worthless Fruits?

Therefore if one knows what these bad fruits are that knowledge can be used to determine which religion is true and which are false? Jesus did say, "By their Fruits you will recognize them."

Thirty (30) Worthless Fruits of False Christian Religions and False Christians

http://www.counterfeitchristians.info/

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    Yes, I do agree.

    This came from the page/link that you provided:

    NOTEWORTHY SIMILARTIES BETWEEN

    1ST CENTURY CHRISTIANS AND JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES:

    (1) Both 1st Century Christians and Jehovah’s Witnesses come under attack

    by those who claim to be God’s people

    (a) First Century Christians because they believe Jesus is the promised Messiah of the Jews

    (b) Jehovah’s Witnesses because they deny the Deity of Jesus

    {personal comment: not true.We deny that he-- Jesus is God. Not his divine nature.}

    (2) The Jewish religious leaders tried to ban the preaching work of the 1st Century Christians,

    and Christendom’s clergy continually try to ban the preaching work of Jehovah’s Witnesses

    (3) Both 1st Century Christians and anointed members of Jehovah’s Witnesses are 11th-hour workers_ appearing toward the end of the symbolic work day.

    Christendom's forefathers persecuted and killed Christ disciples -

    Like the forefathers of the Jewish religious leaders who killed God's prophets,

    Christendom's forefather's are responsible for the deaths and torture of many Christians

    in past centuries. Today their descendants, Protestants and Catholics,

    condemn the killings and other cruelties done by their forefathers.

    By doing so they bear witness against themselves they are sons of murderers.

    During those dark ages many were tortured to death, beheaded, or burnt at the stake.

    Some were put to death for trying to translate the Bible into the language of the common people

    (e.g. William Tyndale), others for just owning a Bible.

    No doubt these Christians sincerely believed they were rendering a sacred service to God

    by wiping out heresy a sin they themselves were guilty of.

    But sincerity alone is not enough. (See Matthew 7:22, 23)

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  • Terry
    Lv 5
    8 years ago

    As a Christian, I believe that there are many good things that can be said about false religions, or religions other than Christianity and the Jewish Faiths. Mormons have strong family and ethical values, The Japanese has strong respect and honor for their ancestors and others and even the Muslim Faith has some redeeming values to a degree. Witches usually keep to themselves and have high regards for ecology and taking care of "Mother Earth" usually treat people well and do them no harm, although in the past, many of those who worship nature, such as the Mayans, savagely killed thousands of people. So, to answer your question, many, if not most false religions bear some goods fruit, BUT they are fruit-LESS where it counts, when it comes to getting people to Heaven, but still, they usually make life safer and more pleasant here on earth.

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  • 3 years ago

    As a Christian, i've got confidence that there are various stable concerns that is suggested approximately fake religions, or religions as a substitute of Christianity and the Jewish Faiths. Mormons have sturdy considerable different and teenagers and ethical values, the jap has powerful know and honor for their ancestors and others or maybe the Muslim faith has some redeeming values to a level. Witches many times carry to themselves and function extreme regards for ecology and looking out after "mom Earth" generally cope with people stable and do them no harm, even in spite of the shown fact that earlier, lots of people who worship nature, such by using fact the Mayans, savagely killed countless numbers of persons. So, to respond to your question, many, if now no longer maximum fake religions submit to a pair products fruit, yet they're fruit-much less the place it counts, regarding getting persons to Heaven, regardless of if nevertheless, they oftentimes make life safer and extra dazzling here on earth.

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  • Is It Possible to Identify the Narrow Road?

    Since not all roads lead to God, how can you find among the thousands of options the narrow road that leads to life? Consider this illustration: Imagine that you are lost in a big city. You decide to ask for help. One person confidently tells you to go east. Another urges you to head west. Yet another suggests that you choose whatever direction feels best to you. Finally, a fellow traveler takes out a reliable map and shows you the correct route. He then gives you the map so that you can refer to it along the way. Would you not feel more confident of reaching your destination?

    So, too, when it comes to choosing the right religious road, we need a reliable spiritual road map. Does one exist? Yes, it does. That map is the Bible, which declares: “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.”—2 Timothy 3:16, King James Version.

    You likely have available in your language a translation of the Bible that you can use as a spiritual road map. The publishers of this journal, Jehovah’s Witnesses, produce a reliable Bible translation known as the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures. However, if you are not one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, you may prefer to use other translations when considering the subject of identifying good and bad religion. Therefore, this series of articles quotes from a number of Bible translations that are widely respected by other religious denominations.

    As you read the following articles, compare what you know with what the Bible says. Keep in mind Jesus’ words regarding how we can distinguish good religion from bad. He said: “A good tree produces good fruit, and a bad tree produces bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot produce good fruit.” (Matthew 7:17, 18, Contemporary English Version) Consider just three of the good fruits that the Bible says would identify the “good tree.”

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  • Nous
    Lv 7
    8 years ago

    So the "Worthless Fruits" of the intolerance, hatred, bigotry, homophobia and persecution posted by BAD Christians show that Christianity is a "False Religion"?

    NO!!!

    All it proves is that BAD Christians are far more prominent and loud and hide the fact that there are GOOD Christians that believe in a loving god and act like it!

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  • 8 years ago

    Yes! Here's another great link you might be interested in: http://www.equip.org/articles/the-counterfeit-revi...

    http://www.gty.org/resources/Sermon-Series/219

    What with many true believers also being drawn away to another gospel> the fruit inspection business just got double difficult~

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  • 8 years ago

    Jesus said "Apart from Me, you can do nothing."

    The fruit of abiding in Jesus though is love:

    " Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us. "

    I John 4:11-12

    You can keep all the rules, and not have an ounce of love in your heart.

    those forgiven much, love much.

    http://www.spiritlessons.com/Documents/Several_Chr...

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Great. They manage to mis-quote the Bibble in #1

    Clearly they have to lie to get a point across. Gave up.

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  • Yes, I agree.

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  • 8 years ago

    Your premise is so condemning and lacks any love or concern that people will ignore this even if there was merit.

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