|like glue...Christianity "spread"...|
- Monday, April 21 2014, 0:14:51 (UTC)|
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...I've always thought the notion that Christianity grew, spontaneously, in the loving hearts of people to be ridiculous propaganda....a few people are always on the look-out for a new religious experience...but whole nations and peoples? No, no way.
...all you need know about the "spread" of Christianity is that it followed on the heels of the Roman army...and wherever there was no army to spread it, Christianity didn't catch on.
...while Christians make a big deal out of never compromising their faith to save their puny lives, or those of their children...as a way of showing that death is preferable to life without Jesus, we are expected to believe that others, non-Christians, were only too happy to drop the traditions, gods and religions under which they had been born, their parents had been born, and their children would be born, even to the disgusting notion that they didn;t mind, but rather embraced, a new religion which condemned their departed parents to eternal hellfire,,,,and for what crime? NOT knowing Jesus?
Christianity was forced on people, and yes, at the point of a sword...you know this is true because Christians are forever trying to smear Islam with its own crimes...insisting, though there is yet no evidence, that Muslims FORCED people into Islam on pain of death.
The religion spread through force and violence, not peace and love...and it is maintained in the same way....
New York (CNN) -- Shannon Morgan identifies as an atheist and wants the world, or at least the car behind her, to know it. But the state of New Jersey says no.
Morgan, of Leesburg, is suing the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission for rejecting her request for a vanity license plate reading "8THEIST," according to a formal complaint filed Thursday with the district court.
But the commission nixed her request, saying the message "may carry connotations offensive to good taste and decency," according to the complaint.
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