• American doctor atheist investigated about the resurrection of Jesus Christ and finds that it is true. Wonderful?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEsCs97-hOQ Successful career. Life style. Never seemed to be enough. Angry and empty. Frustrated. His wife Ruth -- He had all the answers. he was arrogant. No 1 in every thing. Dr Greg. He wanted to prove that his neighbours who are Christians are wrong. They are not... show more
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEsCs97-... Successful career. Life style. Never seemed to be enough. Angry and empty. Frustrated. His wife Ruth -- He had all the answers. he was arrogant. No 1 in every thing. Dr Greg. He wanted to prove that his neighbours who are Christians are wrong. They are not practicing what they are preaching. So he started reading the Bible. He realized that Jesus was claiming to be God-in the flesh, the God man on earth. Dr Luke’s prologue: He checked everything. Christianity hinged on one thing-- The resurrection of Jesus Christ. The doctors of The Journal of American Medical Association definitely concluded that Jesus really died. Ruth became born again. Ruth: Greg was suddenly concerned about other people.
    14 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Do atheists want to be saved from their sins? Yes or no?

    Best answer: An atheist doesn't believe in sin or God they don't want to be saved from their sins or no about God even if you had concrete evidence even if God appeared in person standing 10 miles high and sat down a new continent and said hi I'm God see you in about a thousand years atheist would go right back to... show more
    Best answer: An atheist doesn't believe in sin or God they don't want to be saved from their sins or no about God even if you had concrete evidence even if God appeared in person standing 10 miles high and sat down a new continent and said hi I'm God see you in about a thousand years atheist would go right back to their old non-belief style of life because they want to do whatever they darn well feel like and deny that there is any consequence to it
    13 answers · 7 hours ago
  • How when you are doing something sly to someone do you bear in mind that it is for the greater good and your act will teach them some?

    Humility which will benefit both them and humanity as a whole once the sting has worn off
    Humility which will benefit both them and humanity as a whole once the sting has worn off
    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Christians, how feel,observing Saturnalia as Christ's birthday, setting up a Xmas tree icon, claiming Easter is Godly + 2 days entombed lie?

    Best answer: True Christians do not ! I think that most people now accept that Xmas was NOT a early Christian celebration! Some do argue however that although 35th Dec was not the birth date for Jesus and although it was originally a pagan celebration it is now OK as it is connected to Jesus, BUT it would not have been so... show more
    Best answer: True Christians do not !

    I think that most people now accept that Xmas was NOT a early Christian celebration!

    Some do argue however that although 35th Dec was not the birth date for Jesus and although it was originally a pagan celebration it is now OK as it is connected to Jesus, BUT it would not have been so bad if they picked another day other than Dec 25th and if they had NOT incorporated many of the pagan customs that was stolen form what was a pagan Roman Saturnalia celebration.

    Looks like the only ones who CAN'T see the wood through the trees are the pseudo Christians !

    “During the first two centuries of Christianity there was strong opposition to recognizing birthdays of martyrs or, for that matter, of Jesus,” states the Encyclopedia Britannica. Why? Christians viewed birthday celebrations as a pagan custom, something to be avoided altogether. In fact, no mention of the date of Jesus’ birth can be found in the Bible.

    In the fourth century C.E., despite the stand taken by the early Christians against the custom of celebrating birthdays, the Catholic Church instituted Christmas. The church wanted to strengthen its position by removing one of the main obstacles in its way—the popularity of the pagan Roman religions and their winter solstice festivals. Each year, from December 17 through January 1, “most Romans feasted, gamed, reveled, paraded, and joined in other festivities as they paid homage to their deities,” says Christmas in America, by Penne L. Restad. And on December 25, the Romans celebrated the birth of the Invincible Sun. Instituting Christmas on that day, the church cajoled many Romans into celebrating the birth of Jesus instead of the birth of the sun. Romans “were still able to enjoy the trappings of these midwinter festivals,” says Santa Claus, a Biography, by Gerry Bowler. In reality, they “continued to mark the new days with old ways.”

    Clearly, then, the main problem with Christmas celebrations lies in their unsavory origins. In his book The Battle for Christmas, Stephen Nissenbaum refers to Christmas as “nothing but a pagan festival covered with a Christian veneer.” Christmas, therefore, dishonors God and his Son, Jesus Christ. Is this just a trivial matter? The Bible asks: “What fellowship do righteousness and lawlessness have? Or what sharing does light have with darkness?” (2 Corinthians 6:14) Like the trunk of a tree that has grown crooked, Christmas is so twisted that it “cannot be made straight.”—Ecclesiastes 1:15
    9 answers · 6 days ago