Friday, 2 April 2010

Never discuss religion or politics…

So basically, we all believe in the same thing and no one should be able to step out of line and have thoughts of their own or believe in anything but Christianity. Yeah, I can see how that will work. No wonder the world is so screwed up.

RELIGIOUS leaders have used their Easter sermons and messages to condemn the rise of atheism, with Sydney Anglican Archbishop Peter Jensen describing the philosophy as an "assault on God".

A day after Sydney Catholic Archbishop Cardinal George Pell criticised non-believers, Dr Jensen said in his Good Friday sermon at Sydney's St Andrew's Cathedral that atheism was a form idolatry.

"As we can see by the sheer passion and virulence of the atheist - they seem to hate the Christian God - we are not dealing here with cool philosophy up against faith without a brain," Dr Jensen told worshippers.

Here’s what I think – believe what you feel strongly about regardless what anyone thinks and those who attack others for their beliefs need to look at how ‘Christian’ their ethics are. Unless you are perfect – shut up.
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khush said...

you r absolutly rite not to doscuss such issues which are really sensitive and controversal