Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Social SciencePsychology · 4 weeks ago

How deliciously ironic is it that Christians make anti-peer pressure videos?

Your entire religion is based on peer pressure for 'The Lord'.

Update:

"what people are against is negative peer pressure, peer pressure that results in harm to oneself and/or others."

So Christianity then.

Update 2:

"Our religion is based on truth"

A 'Truth' that was based on stories that were told orally 30 to 90 years AFTER they happened.. to people who didn't know how to write... before being written, then edited, then rewritten, then re-edited, then translated from dead languages, then re-translated, then given to kings for them to take their favorite parts, then given to the pope for him to approve, then rewritten, then edited again, the re-re-re-re-rewritten again.  Yeah.

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    It does seem like a joke.

    To each their own.

  • Marco
    Lv 5
    4 weeks ago

    I'm not seeing the irony here. Our religion is based on truth. Most people gravitate towards the truth. A few people, reject truth outright. This happens in all aspects of life. For example, most people accepted that the Apollo 11 moon landing happened and that Elvis Presley died in 1977 and the earth is an oblong spheroid. Most people accept it because it is true. A very small amount reject it outright and are very vocal and obnoxious about it. Who is vocal and obnoxious about not accepting the truth of God? 

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Nobody is against peer pressure, least of all Christians. Peer pressure is the glue that binds a society together with societal norms and mores. No, what people are against is negative peer pressure, peer pressure that results in harm to oneself and/or others.

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