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You can do what ever you like,but it will not benefit you, and the reason why is stated at  1John 5:21, " Little children, guard yourselves from idols. Psalms 115:4-8, "A mouth they have but can not speak,Eyes they have but can not see, Ears they have but can not hear. A nose they have … Read more

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sm cl answered Refreshme Refreshme's question

From my understanding, they never disagreed. However, just as with anyone preparing to undergo a daunting task/trial, Jesus was feeling some trepidation. This was a reason he had to go off into prayer so often. The cries he made on the torture stake were that of a man in pain.

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Religion itself has done little harm. Man twisting religion has done a lot of harm. I believe those people who have twisted religion would twist something else to try create power for themselves.

Many people have found solace in religion. It gets them to think about things bigger themsleves. Many religions teach people to help … Read more

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I think the confusion comes from what you accept as a Christian. Foot step followers of Jesus do not celebrate Halloween. The apostasy, that the bible warned against, is what is being called Christian and there in lies the problem. 1Tim 4:1,2

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Halloween involves things that are not pleasing to God.

Halloween perpetuates the lie that the dead are actually living.

Halloween finds its origin in a Celtic festival, probably the worship of Lug, god of light.

Halloween and celebrations like it are steeped in paganism.



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True Christians do not like nor celebrate Halloween because " it is integrally related to the prospect of contact with spiritual forces,many of which threaten or frighten." Encyclopedia of American Folklore.  Likewise,many celebrations like Halloween have pagan origins and are deeply rooted in ancestor worship.  Even today,people around the world use these days to make … Read more

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I'm not sure what you mean by afterlife. There are a number of ideas that are in circulation. If you believe that the bible is the word of God than you would like to know what it says on the matter. The bible says when we die that we cease to exist (Eccl :5,10). It … Read more

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Millennials seem to be more health and fitness conscious than previous generations. Especially here in the UK, it seems like the trend for young people who spend their free time drinking seems to have turned into

I also think there's a lot of creativity and ingenuity coming from millennials these days, in many different sectors... … Read more

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Millennials are excellent with technology. I don't see too many younger people who can't handle technology. At my part time job which is a retail store we have many 18-22 year olds. I would say 90% of them have strong work ethics. They don't call in sick. They work hard. They are respectful. I'm 35 … Read more

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The Bible uses figures of speech, such as similes, metaphors, and anthropomorphisms to help us comprehend God’s might, majesty, and activities. Anthropomorphism (Greek, “man-form”) is the attributing of human characteristics to a nonhuman subject. So even though we do not know what God’s spirit body looks like, the Bible speaks of God as having eyes, … Read more

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God is not as involved in a person's live as you might  be suggesting. In most cases our lives our shaped by the decisions we make and not by some divine intervention. Gal 6:7 "...whatever a person is sowing, this he will also reap."

Deut 32:3,4 " The Rock, perfect is his activity, For all his … Read more

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Christianity has also been evangelized with much more fervor than many other religions. With some form of "Christian" consistently going into areas with differing beliefs and offering assistance, and sometimes using violence, Christianity has  become integrated into a large number of societies throughout the world. Historically "Christianity" has brought money, assistance, stability, and intimidation. At … Read more