It's a shame I didn't see this question closer to the time it was written, and I hope the person who posted it hasn't developed a wrong idea about the Christian approach to homosexuality. There is nothing wrong with homosexuality, period. I will explain why this is so using the historical critical method (i.e. Taking … Read more
Catholicism is a branch of Christianity, as are the Orthodox, Protestants, Evangelicals, etc. While they all disagree on some points of doctrine and ritual, their most fundamental beliefs are the same: That there is only One God, that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, that He is the Messiah, and that a human must … Read more
The words 'Christians' and 'hate' should not be in the same sentence, except if the word 'not' is inserted between them. I believe there is a lot of misunderstanding when it comes to Christianity, but it is quite simple: Christians have no enemies, they hate nobody (and if they do, they shouldn't).
The beauty of Christianity … Read more
Yours is an interesting question, but it does hinge on one or two premises which I disagree with. Firstly, your question naturally assumes that diseases such as Ebola and AIDS are inherently evil. This I disagree with - they are only perceived evil. Why do I say this? Humans don't describe illnesses that afflict other … Read more
It depends on how you quantify 'most war', and even then it's difficult to pin point. If by 'most war' you're referring to the scale of conflict, then Nazi Germany, whose actions led to the biggest conflict the world has seen so far.
If, however, you're referring to frequency and duration of war, then we … Read more
As a European citizen one thing that has become apparent: Immigration is something that needs to be managed rather than controlled. It's not as simple as either allowing or banning immigrants, to treat them as legal or illegal. It goes beyond that. Political entities need to establish an effective system which is able to take … Read more