• My boyfriend has made plans to go on a hunting trip and has made a post on facebook, what do I do?

    Isn't KFC hunting when they herd 10,000 birds into an electro-shock chamber? Meat comes from somewhere. Your chicken nuggets you had the other day met the electric chair. You should really have more criteria than wanting someone "handsome". You have to get to know the person beneath the body to make sure you are compatible. show more
    Isn't KFC hunting when they herd 10,000 birds into an electro-shock chamber? Meat comes from somewhere. Your chicken nuggets you had the other day met the electric chair. You should really have more criteria than wanting someone "handsome". You have to get to know the person beneath the body to make sure you are compatible.
    7 answers · Singles & Dating · 14 hours ago
  • Does its ever drive you crazy if Christian deny that other Christians are Christian?

    If someone is American does that make them a 'good American"? There are bad Americans just like there are bad Christians. False teachings create "bad Christians" that's why it's important people choose the correct version of Christianity. Jesus founded only one church, the Catholic Church. Protestants only practice bits... show more
    If someone is American does that make them a 'good American"? There are bad Americans just like there are bad Christians. False teachings create "bad Christians" that's why it's important people choose the correct version of Christianity. Jesus founded only one church, the Catholic Church. Protestants only practice bits and pieces of Catholciism, the rest of their religion is man made. That's pretty serious implications when Jesus said it's hard to get to heaven.
    21 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 18 hours ago
  • What does it mean to repent? How do you repent?

    The word repent in Greek means 'metanoia'. Metanoia basically means "a life changing conversion". It happens when one changes course and turns around to walk in the right direction. Think of some of the great saints who deeply repented, who truly experienced a metanoia. St. Paul did a complete about-face. He went from persecuting... show more
    The word repent in Greek means 'metanoia'. Metanoia basically means "a life changing conversion". It happens when one changes course and turns around to walk in the right direction. Think of some of the great saints who deeply repented, who truly experienced a metanoia. St. Paul did a complete about-face. He went from persecuting the followers of Christ to championing their cause and suffering with them. St. Augustine of Hippo turned from fleeting unmarried sexual pleasure and unsatisfying philosophical pursuits to a totally fulfilling surrender to the will of God. https://www.ncronline.org/blogs/making-d...
    26 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 20 hours ago
  • What do you think of Bill Nye commenting on abortion now?

    "You can't tell somebody what to do"--Bill Nye. What about police officers, teachers of children? Bill Nye has the same mantra of every anarchist
    "You can't tell somebody what to do"--Bill Nye. What about police officers, teachers of children? Bill Nye has the same mantra of every anarchist
    28 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 22 hours ago
  • Which country do you think is MOST sinful?

    The human country
    The human country
    20 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 days ago
  • If Christianity is against homosexuality then why are some Christians gay?

    Gayness is a sin in Christianity so if the gay person is trying to stop being gay then they can still be a Christian. As Pope Francis has said "the church is a hospital for sinners, not a museum of saints". The key thing is people in hospitals want to get better. Gays have to want to get better and move away from their sin. If the gay... show more
    Gayness is a sin in Christianity so if the gay person is trying to stop being gay then they can still be a Christian. As Pope Francis has said "the church is a hospital for sinners, not a museum of saints". The key thing is people in hospitals want to get better. Gays have to want to get better and move away from their sin. If the gay person is tryign to stop being gay, seeking the Lord, then truly, who are we to judge?
    40 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 days ago
  • How can I become favorite of God?

    Best answer: Jesus is inside every Catholic Church today: His complete body, soul, blood, and divinity. Come in and worship. The Catholic Church is the new Jerusalem. You will be blessed
    Best answer: Jesus is inside every Catholic Church today: His complete body, soul, blood, and divinity. Come in and worship. The Catholic Church is the new Jerusalem. You will be blessed
    4 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 days ago
  • Christians, if Jesus prayed to the father, the father must be the most powerful of the trinity so why then are you always obsessed withJesus?

    The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are all equal. Keep in mind, however, that equal does not mean identical. "Father, Son and Holy Spirit are, in theological terms, subsistent relations.The Father is Father to the Son, the Son is Son to the Father, and the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son. There is a real distinction between the... show more
    The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are all equal. Keep in mind, however, that equal does not mean identical. "Father, Son and Holy Spirit are, in theological terms, subsistent relations.The Father is Father to the Son, the Son is Son to the Father, and the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son. There is a real distinction between the Three Persons, though they are all the same substance. Is the Father supreme among them? We might say that he is a kind of “first among equals.” The Father is unbegotten Now, Jesus’ obedience to his Father isn’t a sign of inferiority but rather a sign of the fullness of his Sonship. As the perfect Son he shows perfect love to his Father – and what better way than through perfect obedience? Obedience, moreover, doesn’t necessarily connote a superior-subordinate relationship. Think of a husband who is quick to fulfill his wife’s wishes, or vice versa. Both are equal in dignity, and we wouldn’t think of an obedient spouse necessarily being “under the other’s thumb.” Rather, obedience can be one of the highest expressions of love between spouses. Or think of a parent who is up late at night with a sick baby. The parent, in a sense, is obedient to the needs of the little one. Yet we would likely see this as an act of love, not subordination" https://rcspirituality.org/ask-a-priest-...
    67 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 days ago
  • Is easter pagan?

    It is not. Part of the confusion is because of the English language. In every language (except English), the word for Easter is Pascha or "Passover". In Greek it is Pascha (That is their name for Easter), in Latin the name is Pascha, in Spanish it is Pasqua. So the point is the majority of the world celebrates the Lord's resurrection... show more
    It is not. Part of the confusion is because of the English language. In every language (except English), the word for Easter is Pascha or "Passover". In Greek it is Pascha (That is their name for Easter), in Latin the name is Pascha, in Spanish it is Pasqua. So the point is the majority of the world celebrates the Lord's resurrection as Passover. Only in English did the translation get messed up. So no it is not pagan, it was a problem with people who speak English and did the the translation. the King James Bible makes reference to an "Easter" so it is believed King James butchered the translation and since the King James bible spread quickly through the world the day became known as Easter but only to English speaking people. The rest of the world continued to observe it as Passover, the day Jesus rose from the dead. http://jimmyakin.com/is-easter-a-pagan-h...
    43 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 days ago
  • What is proper etiquette in Hell?

    Try to fit in, don't anger the demon leaders
    Try to fit in, don't anger the demon leaders
    14 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Did you know Oprah Winfrey is one of the current leaders in the American occult movement?

    It seems like Americans are trying to choose the worst possible candidates for office right now, wouldn't surprise me if she is on the ballot. Stormy Daniels might be her running mate. Anything is possible in Caligula nation.
    It seems like Americans are trying to choose the worst possible candidates for office right now, wouldn't surprise me if she is on the ballot. Stormy Daniels might be her running mate. Anything is possible in Caligula nation.
    22 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Are Abrahamic religions the only ones that view sex in a negative light?

    There is nothing wrong with sex, what is wrong is when people use it incorrectly. For example as an analogy, someone over 21 can enjoy an alcoholic beverage. It is not illegal to have a little fun (if you are over 21), but if a 15 year old tries to do they broke the law. Similarily God wants people to have sex within the frames of his law (in... show more
    There is nothing wrong with sex, what is wrong is when people use it incorrectly. For example as an analogy, someone over 21 can enjoy an alcoholic beverage. It is not illegal to have a little fun (if you are over 21), but if a 15 year old tries to do they broke the law. Similarily God wants people to have sex within the frames of his law (in marriage), and married people can have fun doing it in fact. The important thing is obeying God's laws and not inventing our own. God wants us to have fun while obeying his laws.
    17 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • If suicide is an unforgivable sin, why is Samson's death held up as redemptive?

    Interestingly, there are 8 suicides mentioned in the bible: Abimelech, son of Gideon, orders his servant to thrust him through with a sword when he realizes he is mortally wounded (Judges 9:50-57). This is indirect, but we will count it as a suicide because Abimelech deliberately chooses to terminate his own life. The suicide of King Saul, narrated... show more
    Interestingly, there are 8 suicides mentioned in the bible: Abimelech, son of Gideon, orders his servant to thrust him through with a sword when he realizes he is mortally wounded (Judges 9:50-57). This is indirect, but we will count it as a suicide because Abimelech deliberately chooses to terminate his own life. The suicide of King Saul, narrated in 1 Samuel 31 and 2 Samuel 1. The suicide of Saul's armor-bearer in 1 Samuel 31. The suicide of Ahithopel in 2 Samuel 17:23. Ahitophel, an adviser of Absalom, kills himself after he sees that Absalom has not followed his advice. King Zimri, in 1 Kings 16:18, kills himself by setting his house on fire and letting it burn with himself inside. The suicide of Samson in Judges 16:4-31. The suicide of Judas, depicted in Matthew 27:3-10. If you read the text out of all of the sucides, Samson is the only one the bible calls righteous. These other 7 the bible calls these people wicked. So how could Samson be a righteous man if he committed suicide? The problem with Samson's suicide can be easily resolved if we note that Samson's suicide is different from all the others depicted in the Bible. In the cases of Abimelech, Saul, Judas and the others, the primary intention of each agent in their suicide is the ending of their own life. In Samson's case, we can easily see that his primary motivation in pulling down the Temple of Dagon was not to end his own life but to destroy his Philistine opponents. Though Samson knows that his action will bring about his own death, he is not acting primarily to end his own life. His motivation is the destruction of the Philistine leadership and he sees his death as a secondary effect of this destruction. Therefore, the principle of double-effect comes into play here; namely, that it is permissible to cause harm as a side effect (or “double effect”) of bringing about a good result even though it would not be permissible to cause such harm as a primary means to bringing about the same good end." http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.co...
    22 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • If the Catholic Church accepts evolution, then why is the Catholic school close by me teaching that evolution is false?

    Society of Saint Pius was excommunicated several years ago (they are basically protestants). That's probably why they see the bible like protestants. So the bottom line that's not a Catholic school
    Society of Saint Pius was excommunicated several years ago (they are basically protestants). That's probably why they see the bible like protestants. So the bottom line that's not a Catholic school
    15 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • How does Satan get so many people and kids to idolize famous people who do the worst things?

    "The whole world is under the power of the evil one." John 5:19
    "The whole world is under the power of the evil one." John 5:19
    13 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Christians, if you saw someone wearing a black hood with the hood up would you think they are evil?

    Not at all, I have a hoodie that is all black, sometimes I wear it out on walks. If it's colder the hood goes up, don't even think twice about it
    Not at all, I have a hoodie that is all black, sometimes I wear it out on walks. If it's colder the hood goes up, don't even think twice about it
    22 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Why did Jesus say the same prayer 3 times in a row, if praying repetitiously is bad?

    Best answer: The heretical sects misread the bible. The bible warns do not pray "in vain" repetitions, meaning empty words. You can definitely pray the same prayer over and over again if it is from the heart, which can even add more force and power to the prayers (as our blessed Lord Jesus showed us).
    Best answer: The heretical sects misread the bible. The bible warns do not pray "in vain" repetitions, meaning empty words. You can definitely pray the same prayer over and over again if it is from the heart, which can even add more force and power to the prayers (as our blessed Lord Jesus showed us).
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Is there a verse that warns about repenting too much?

    Repent means 'metanoia' in Greek. Metanoia basically means 'a radical change of heart". So i don't see how someone could be flip flopping in radical changes. You either repent or you don't, seems pretty clear cut.
    Repent means 'metanoia' in Greek. Metanoia basically means 'a radical change of heart". So i don't see how someone could be flip flopping in radical changes. You either repent or you don't, seems pretty clear cut.
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • How exactly does Genesis 1:26 teach that Jehovah is a trinity?

    "Let us make humanity in our image". This is no doubt a reference to the Triune nature of God in the Book of Genesis. :"Our image" denotes a group or a team of individuals. (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) http://www.ewtn.com/v/experts/showmessag...
    "Let us make humanity in our image". This is no doubt a reference to the Triune nature of God in the Book of Genesis. :"Our image" denotes a group or a team of individuals. (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) http://www.ewtn.com/v/experts/showmessag...
    21 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Was Peter the first pope religously speaking?

    Best answer: Yes, Jesus gave Peter the keys. Keys actually had deep jewish meaning. There were "keys of the House of David". The House of David was a succession of authority in the Jewish religion. The apostles would have immediately recognized what Jesus was giving Peter. He was making Peter the leader of the church, but even more... show more
    Best answer: Yes, Jesus gave Peter the keys. Keys actually had deep jewish meaning. There were "keys of the House of David". The House of David was a succession of authority in the Jewish religion. The apostles would have immediately recognized what Jesus was giving Peter. He was making Peter the leader of the church, but even more importantly like the generational power of the House of David, Jesus was establishing a permanent position with the keys. The power was meant to be passed on from generation to generation after Peter. This is the modern office of the Pope. Peter was the first Pope
    20 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 days ago