what are the main objections to becoming a Christian ?
I need a list of the most common "problems" so I can address each one in a book. I have found most non-Christians have a lot of incorrect information.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Idolatry , crosses ,idols ,icons symbols being made out not to be a form of idolatry.
Teaching Hell is a place of torment.
Teaching Jesus died on a cross .
Pagan holidays like Christmas , Easter & so on.
- LazloLv 51 decade ago
1) I don't believe in a "revealed" religion.
If gods can talk to Moses, he should be able to talk to me.
2) Christianity conflicts with science.
A true belief should work with our observations of the world
3) Would never follow a god that condemns people to eternal torment
simply because they don't except jesus as their savior.
4) I don't believe in the concept of the original sin. & that I need jesus.
It's like stabbing someone & selling them a bandage
5) I don't believe in fate, or predestiny.
That we were put here for a purpose
6) I don't believe in prophets that tell the future
prophesying is a lying profession
7) I don't believe in a religion that claims to have all the answers.
- hairypottoLv 61 decade ago
which of these is misinformation?
If you are secure in your belief you don't need the validation of others believing exactly as you do. If you have doubts you need to make sure everyone agrees with you.
Main differences between Polytheism and monotheism is tolerance and inclusiveness. Any belief system that accepts many concepts of what god is can include Aton/Elohim/Jesus/Allah while all one-god systems are always exclusive. Their position is always "Our god is The God yours is the evil one and his minions" Is it any wonder they find anything that isn't their little BOOK threatening?
There is nothing in modern (since the Romans took over) Christianity that isn't derived from earlier religions.
Some Christian sects seem to have no problem with putting child molesters above the law.
all religions are Erisian at the heart
- 1 decade ago
It is nothing but the mythology of the ancient Middle East, for one thing.
It boils down to a belief in magic is another.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
"we don't like the Christians" they say
forget about Jesus and His sacrifice for them and building up a personal relationship w/ the Lord for themselves, theyre too busy concentrating on who's hypocritical and who's not like that will get anybody anywhere
- mo in the middleLv 71 decade ago
The whole "I know believe in god" thing is a big obstacle for me.
- FredLv 71 decade ago
it is too childish