• Christians, how many antichrists are posing as one of you in your family and faith group?

    Best answer: Jesus said the "wheat and the chaff" will grow side by side. Interestingly if you research from a botany perspective, you learn what chaff is, it is almost identical in appearance to wheat but it is a different plant, it is a weed. They resemble each other on the surface though, wheat and chaff. They are almost... show more
    Best answer: Jesus said the "wheat and the chaff" will grow side by side. Interestingly if you research from a botany perspective, you learn what chaff is, it is almost identical in appearance to wheat but it is a different plant, it is a weed. They resemble each other on the surface though, wheat and chaff. They are almost indistinguishable. Jesus was using it as an illustration as fake Christians will go to church, appear to do things right on the surface, but Jesus calls them weeds. they are the chaff to be burned in the fire
    5 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 5 months ago
  • Can someone tell me what ethnic groups make up Jesuits? I'm unaware of them? I heard they're powerful, that's it.?

    Best answer: The Catholic Church has different "orders' of priests.. For example there are Franciscans, Capuchins, Domincans, Jesuits. Each one specializes in a certain types of prayers or tasks for the church. The Jesuits were formed in the 16th century and were especially influential in the Counter Reformation efforts. Personally I am in a... show more
    Best answer: The Catholic Church has different "orders' of priests.. For example there are Franciscans, Capuchins, Domincans, Jesuits. Each one specializes in a certain types of prayers or tasks for the church. The Jesuits were formed in the 16th century and were especially influential in the Counter Reformation efforts. Personally I am in a sodality run by Jesuits. Jesuits are often found teaching in Catholic universities. George Lemaitre, the priest who made the Big Bang Theory was a Jesuit. Pope Francis is a Jesuit and he has a Master's degree in Chemistry. Anyone becoming a priest can choose which order they want to join (they will feel called to a certain order), there are all races in the group.
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 week ago
  • So atheists, if evolution is true and that life came about from a natural process, then where are all the aliens in the universe?

    Best answer: "The Rare Earth hypothesis (in science) argues that planets with complex life, like Earth, are exceptionally rare. In planetary astronomy and astrobiology, the Rare Earth hypothesis argues that the origin of life and the evolution of biological complexity such as sexually reproducing, multicellular organisms on Earth (and,... show more
    Best answer: "The Rare Earth hypothesis (in science) argues that planets with complex life, like Earth, are exceptionally rare. In planetary astronomy and astrobiology, the Rare Earth hypothesis argues that the origin of life and the evolution of biological complexity such as sexually reproducing, multicellular organisms on Earth (and, subsequently, human intelligence) required an improbable combination of astrophysical and geological events and circumstances to take place." Not an atheist, but life on Earth does not necessarily equate to life on other planets. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rare_Earth...
    15 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 week ago
  • According to a YouTube preacher the God of the old testament is the devil. Do you agree?

    Best answer: That is the heresy of Marcionism, it is not compatible with Christianity Marcion lived about AD 144, and saw the God of the Old Testament as cruel and vengeful, an embarrassment and a stumbling block in the evangelization of the Gentiles. Marcion formulated that they were two separate Gods (the Old Testament & the New Testament).... show more
    Best answer: That is the heresy of Marcionism, it is not compatible with Christianity Marcion lived about AD 144, and saw the God of the Old Testament as cruel and vengeful, an embarrassment and a stumbling block in the evangelization of the Gentiles. Marcion formulated that they were two separate Gods (the Old Testament & the New Testament). Marcion concluded that the tyrannical Creator-God of the Old Testament, Yahweh, was in opposition to the merciful and loving God of the New Testament. Marcionism remained a major force in the West for three centuries, and eventually it was absorbed by Mani chaeism, which itself died out in the West in the sixth century. Some modern individuals & sects are still around that ascribe to Marcion heresy." https://www.catholic.com/magazine/print-...
    6 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 week ago
  • Is Australia Protestant?

    Best answer: St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney (pictured below). Catholic Church is pretty huge in Australia
    Best answer: St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney (pictured below). Catholic Church is pretty huge in Australia
    10 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • If GOD show himself nowdays what would happen?

    Best answer: God shows Himself everyday, He is in the tabernacle of every Catholic Church
    Best answer: God shows Himself everyday, He is in the tabernacle of every Catholic Church
    19 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • What if I decide to join poor innocent victims of crimes in Hell forever?

    Best answer: No one in hell is innocent
    Best answer: No one in hell is innocent
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it true that it's VAIN imaginations & sin for a Christian to write fiction?

    Best answer: Not at all. Some of the most critically acclaimed authors in history have been Catholics F. Scott Fitzgerald--The Great Gatsby Geoffrey Chaucer--The Cantebury Tales William Shakespeare--Romeo & Juliet Jack Kerouac--On The Road
    Best answer: Not at all. Some of the most critically acclaimed authors in history have been Catholics F. Scott Fitzgerald--The Great Gatsby Geoffrey Chaucer--The Cantebury Tales William Shakespeare--Romeo & Juliet Jack Kerouac--On The Road
    2 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • What does Islam have to say about abortions?

    Best answer: Islam has many points of view (because they are divided like Protestantism into different sects"! But the majority of Muslims believe abortion to be a legal and fair practice Islam does not recognize a fetus as a person until the fourth month. In Muslim countries like Turkey and Tunisia, abortions are unconditionally legal upon... show more
    Best answer: Islam has many points of view (because they are divided like Protestantism into different sects"! But the majority of Muslims believe abortion to be a legal and fair practice Islam does not recognize a fetus as a person until the fourth month. In Muslim countries like Turkey and Tunisia, abortions are unconditionally legal upon request. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_and_...
    2 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Christians, do you ever think a house is possession by demons?

    Best answer: Only people can be demonically possessed. But inanimate objects can be negatively controlled through curses A curse is simply a demon sent to do some harm. . . . Cursed objects are objects that have had the opposite of a blessing done to them. Instead of grace being attached to an object to make it holy, a demon has been attached to the... show more
    Best answer: Only people can be demonically possessed. But inanimate objects can be negatively controlled through curses A curse is simply a demon sent to do some harm. . . . Cursed objects are objects that have had the opposite of a blessing done to them. Instead of grace being attached to an object to make it holy, a demon has been attached to the object to make it associated with evil (Hauntings, Possessions and Exorcisms, p. 45). https://www.catholic.com/qa/how-demons-c...
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Christians, what would you say if atheists say one reason why bible wrong because its antigay?

    Best answer: "God didn’t give Adam and Eve the right to decide what was good and evil. He gave them the right to choose between good and evil".--Mark Hart
    Best answer: "God didn’t give Adam and Eve the right to decide what was good and evil. He gave them the right to choose between good and evil".--Mark Hart
    17 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago
  • Even though the Crusaders lost Jerusalem, would you say that the Crusades effectively stopped Europe from becoming Islamic?

    Best answer: It did. There are several mosques in Spain today that are over 1000 years old. It is a living reminder of how far north Muslims were advancing in the Middle Ages. The Muslims had a plan for total takeover of Europe and they would had done it if it wasn't for the Crusades. Muslims had been attacking Christians for more than 450... show more
    Best answer: It did. There are several mosques in Spain today that are over 1000 years old. It is a living reminder of how far north Muslims were advancing in the Middle Ages. The Muslims had a plan for total takeover of Europe and they would had done it if it wasn't for the Crusades. Muslims had been attacking Christians for more than 450 years before Pope Urban declared the First Crusade. https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/con...
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago
  • If I haven’t gone to church in 15 years am I still officially a member of that Catholic parish I used to attend or could I have been removed?

    Best answer: If you were confirmed you are a Catholic, that is a permanent sacrament, so you are a Catholic. "Registering" at a parish is just administration paperwork. Many Catholics, especially older Catholics that travel a lot, never register at a parish just because they move around a lot. So you are Cathoilc, don't worry about it,... show more
    Best answer: If you were confirmed you are a Catholic, that is a permanent sacrament, so you are a Catholic. "Registering" at a parish is just administration paperwork. Many Catholics, especially older Catholics that travel a lot, never register at a parish just because they move around a lot. So you are Cathoilc, don't worry about it, just register at whatever parish you want. They may ask you where you were confirmed, etc.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago
  • Does God want America to be surrounded by steel slats?

    Best answer: Pretty funny, Trump's chosen wall prototype was cut through with common chain saw in testing. Both ludicrous and ineffective. https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2019...
    Best answer: Pretty funny, Trump's chosen wall prototype was cut through with common chain saw in testing. Both ludicrous and ineffective. https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2019...
    25 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 month ago
  • First date conversation and etiquette?

    Best answer: This is my experience in dating. Movie theatres I believe are actually a horrible place to go on a date (especially a first date) because there is no possibility to talk, you end up feeling like strangers after the night is over. You sat next to someone for 2 hours but you didn't talk to them. My advice is to take her out to... show more
    Best answer: This is my experience in dating. Movie theatres I believe are actually a horrible place to go on a date (especially a first date) because there is no possibility to talk, you end up feeling like strangers after the night is over. You sat next to someone for 2 hours but you didn't talk to them. My advice is to take her out to lunch/dinner or to an ice cream shop. Going on a walk aferwards I think would be an awesome thing to do, especially if there is an town square with shops and so forth. You can make it a romantic thing, Walks are like gold for dating and they are free If you aren't a good talker I would think about some questions you want to ask beforehand. "How many brothers and sisters do you have?". What is your favorite type of music". Questions like these can be good conversation starters to get the talking going
    1 answer · Etiquette · 2 years ago
  • Do Christians believe that atheists date life is like Fifty Shades of Grey?

    Best answer: A Christian wouldn't watch 50 Shades Of Grey
    Best answer: A Christian wouldn't watch 50 Shades Of Grey
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Are most religious people sincere or are they cultural game players?

    Best answer: Jesus gave a parable about this exact topic,it is called the parable of the wheat and Chaff. Do you know what chaffe is? Chaffe is a weed that looks almost identical to wheat. From a distqnce you cannot tell the difference. Jesus said on the last day He will separate His true followers from the fakers (the weeds). The chaff goes to... show more
    Best answer: Jesus gave a parable about this exact topic,it is called the parable of the wheat and Chaff. Do you know what chaffe is? Chaffe is a weed that looks almost identical to wheat. From a distqnce you cannot tell the difference. Jesus said on the last day He will separate His true followers from the fakers (the weeds). The chaff goes to church, they pray, but Jesus says they will be burned on the last day. The wheat, his true followers will go to heaven
    3 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Can you like both Catholic & protestant?

    Best answer: You can like something, but that doesn't make it true
    Best answer: You can like something, but that doesn't make it true
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • Do you think there GOD, why or why not?

    Best answer: I know there is a God
    Best answer: I know there is a God
    17 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago
  • But are JWs & mormons Christians?

    Best answer: The Catholic Church has formally declared Mormon and JW baptisms invalid (which means their baptisms don't do anything) since they don't believe in the Trinity. Baptism is what makes you a Christian. No valid baptism=not a Christian
    Best answer: The Catholic Church has formally declared Mormon and JW baptisms invalid (which means their baptisms don't do anything) since they don't believe in the Trinity. Baptism is what makes you a Christian. No valid baptism=not a Christian
    13 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 months ago