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13 ups, 2y
NICE STRAW MAN BUT ACTUAL CHURCH SHOOTERS ARE ON YOUR TEAM | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Who Killed Hannibal Meme | CHRISTIANS ATHEISTS, LGBT PEOPLE, AND ANYONE OF A DIFFERENT FAITH WHY ARE PEOPLE SO INTOLERANT OF US? | image tagged in memes,who killed hannibal | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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11 ups, 2y,
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6 ups, 2y,
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Muslim are the ones who KILL gays and christians.
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7 ups, 2y,
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Not true. Take off your tinfoil MAGA hat.
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0 ups, 1y,
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Well, Muslims may nought kill them, but they are still fully against them with hate, Christians disagree with the choice and pray for them.
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0 ups, 1y,
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People will get violent regardless of your religion. People don't get violent because they have a certain religion. People get violent because they're violent.
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0 ups, 1y
Yes it's in human's sinful instinct, but the Bible tells us to pray for them.
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4 ups, 2y
I love how people use ISIS and muslims interchangeably these days. Thank you good sir.
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0 ups, 1y
Guantanamo Bay IS a thing. It's where they store terrorists caught on the battlefield who strangely didn't get a chance to martyr themselves while surrendering.

Go figure.
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9 ups, 2y
Nice! :)
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10 ups, 2y
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4 ups, 2y,
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As a christian, I'm sad to say that this isn't the case for everyone, but is often very polarizing among christians. And while it doesn't apply to all christians, it applies to far too many
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0 ups, 1y
Yeah, the denominational ones.
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3 ups, 2y,
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No, it is not. There is a difference.
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1 up, 1y
Although they believe in basically the same thing, show me a verse where it's okay to pray to the deceased saints.
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3 ups, 2y,
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As an atheist I so feel what ur saying. Upvote for u!
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0 ups, 1y
Said the one constantly attacking the people who are right. Have you ever noticed that Christians are the ones who are generally attacked, have you ever noticed that every phisical part of the Bible and Quran are somewhat accurate, Jesus existed on Earth and so did all those in Genesis and thruought the rest of the Bible, read it sometime and you will find why we love it so much, God gives grace and mercy to those who call on his name, Amen, I will pray for you happily.
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2 ups, 1y,
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1 up, 1y,
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One appreciates the rights and respect men give her, the other one can be abused whenever men want, the top one wants guns to shoot at targets, food, and people who try to hurt her, friends, and family, the other one wants to kill those who aren't muslim. Now tell me how similar they are.
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1 up, 1y,
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Let's be for real here. You don't know either of these women personally so for all you know, the one on the top could have a revolving door of abusers or be secretly training - like many of her ilk - for some fantasy coup. Different countries, different religions, same exact pose, background and props. It's interesting to say the least...
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0 ups, 1y,
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You called one Republican Christian, and the other, Extremist Islam, their intents are significantly different if your description is correct.
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1 up, 1y
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1 up, 1y
And here's the Liberal backlash at something that had truth.
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1 up, 2y
This is so not true, this used to be like that before a long time.
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10 ups, 2y
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14 ups, 2y,
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Maybe if Christians defined themselves by what they love instead of what they hate, they wouldn't feel so oppressed.
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6 ups, 2y
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14 ups, 2y,
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If the Christians really want their liberties they will have to properly fight for it and not blame liberals for everything.
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16 ups, 2y,
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Some Christians have endured real persecution in this country, but it is usually those with ideals considered "liberal" or "unpatriotic", like pacifism, racial justice, like the black churches in the 50's and 60's, conscientious objectors (like my grandfather) from certain denominations put in prison, like Quakers, Mennonites, Jehovah's Witnesses during WWI.True story. Many "peace churches" worked and are still working for racial justice, and serving America.
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0 ups, 1y,
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I am a man of God and I will fight for His Kingdom, against the Atheists and Heathens, and pray for you all, Amen.
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0 ups, 1y,
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Well do it on some place other than IMGflip because being preachy here isn't going to get you anywhere
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0 ups, 1y,
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I know, I'll do it elsewhere, such as a public school.
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0 ups, 1y
Oh boy. Do it in a middle school. Everyone will love you.
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10 ups, 2y,
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Oh, come on! You people and your persecution complexes...
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3 ups, 1y,
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That's what we Americans have become, my dude, a bunch of entitled whiny crybaby wusses who think everyone else is picking on us.
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2 ups, 1y,
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Quite a few of us, yes.
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1 up, 1y
Sad but true,,,
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2 ups, 1y
I won't disagree with that.
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0 ups, 1y
Be careful when you say you people, I will pray for you.
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9 ups, 2y,
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Yes, one of the most popular religions in the world is so oppressed...
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2 ups, 2y,
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It is in countries with a Muslim majority.
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3 ups, 2y,
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And muslims are opressed in countries with a christian majority. In world history, problems start 99% of the time because "my god is better than yours." It's nothing new.
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1 up, 2y,
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I would contend that the cases of real oppression were not caused by real Christians, or that the cases with real Christians were not cases of real oppression.

I recognize that this sounds like a "no true Scotsman" argument, but give me a moment to make a clarification. No True Scotsman arguments are made by adding to a definition, whereas Christianity is has authentication built into it ("you will know a tree by its fruit")

Oppression of any kind, especially in cases where persuasion could present a simple alternative, is a great tragedy. That said, the difference between oppression from so-called "Christians" and oppression from Islam is that "Christians" act in contradiction to the ideology they claim, while Islam is by-nature an ideology of violence (that said, most self-proclaimed Muslims are usually unaware of the violent nature of Islam, or are living in contradiction to their religion, and as such are very nice people)
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5 ups, 2y,
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Christianity is just the belief in God and that Jesus is the Messiah and the son of God. No, the people that cause those problems aren't good Christians, but they ARE christians.

And no, Islam is not a violent religion any more than Christianity is.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/foreignpolicy.com/2016/06/14/if-islam-is-a-religion-of-violence-so-is-christianity/amp/
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4 ups, 2y,
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I agree that actions are the measure of a person's morals. That said, beliefs often inform and motivate a person's actions. There are people who's actions are in agreement with their beliefs, and people who's actions contradict their beliefs.

To truly believe with one's heart (and not just mind, since even demons believe intellectually in the existence of God) that Jesus is the Messiah and the Son of God is to follow His teachings. Granted, perfection is not possible, but the Bible makes it very clear that anyone who "walks in darkness" (continually lives in unrepentant sin) has no fellowship with God.

A history of violence associated with people who claim an ideology does not prove that the said ideology supports violence or not. In the case of Islam, the Quaran explicitly gives open-ended commands to all Muslims for the oppression of non-Muslims. Yes, there are many good Muslims, and I would contend that they would be better suited adopting an ideology that is in agreement with morality.
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0 ups, 1y,
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While this makes sense, there's some inaccuracies I'd like to point out. First off, the Quran doesn't encourage violence. It claims that retribution will come naturally to non-believers.

"A careful and unbiased study of these and other verses, in their proper context, will reveal that the exhortations to fight “idolaters” and “unbelievers” are specific in nature and are not general injunctions for the murder of all those who refuse to accept Islam as their way of life."

For a more in depth explanation, read the article.

https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/722114
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0 ups, 1y,
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doesn't encourage violence huh ? google koran passages regarding non believers THEN say that garbage ! over 100 times their "bible" tells them to kill , there's tons more passages on how to terrorize, victimize, conquer. bet you won't even look because you might find out you're wrong
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0 ups, 1y
Both books advocate violence, and both books advocate peace, all that matters is the person. The Bible stands behind the Constitution, the Quran stands behind vengeance, from what I've heard of it, the Bible approves of defence, I will pray for you.
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0 ups, 1y,
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Nice try. Hitler was not a Christian. Malcolm X advocated violence. MLK supported Marxism, responsible for millions of deaths in the 20th century. Only the last sentence makes any sense.
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2 ups, 1y
Yes, Hitler was most likely a Christian. Not a good one, if so, but most likely.

https://www.historyonthenet.com/was-hitler-a-christian/

In his last ever speech, Malcom X took back his calls for violence and, instead, said that peaceful integration was truly the best way forward.

Don't try to discredit the work MLK did by calling him a Marxist. He helped pave the way for the civil rights movement and although he was a self-proclaimed Marxist, that didn't make him a bad person.
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9 ups, 2y,
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1 up, 2y,
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So Hitler isn't in hell? He was a Christian.
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0 ups, 1y,
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John 3:16
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0 ups, 1y,
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But getting into heaven is based upon actions too. If you believe in Jesus and Gid but kill millions of people, you're still sinning, and he died believing he was right.
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0 ups, 1y
Nought many real true Christians will kill that many people, but what does death matter besides that in life on Earth you can believe into God. I don't agree with killing people because, we need to preach the gospel to them in life and they will be taken into Heaven in death, and fight as a Warrior of Christ. Furthermore, the Bible says we should live life to the fullest in Psalms, others should have that too.
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7 ups, 2y,
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2 ups, 1y
Haha. Good one!
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0 ups, 1y
Trump is nought sent by God, but he is nought evil either, the only reason this would happen is because of Isa 9:6.
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9 ups, 2y,
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I was in a school in America yesterday, and I saw pictures of many clubs. Interesting that the "Gay/Straight Alliance" was placed near the picture of "Fellowship of Christian Athletes". Maybe if we didn't attack or feel attacked we could be like these kids, and coexist.
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7 ups, 2y,
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I believe "live and let live" is a good motto. I also believe that peaceful disagreement and open dialogue with the hope of persuasion are far better than mere coexistence
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4 ups, 2y,
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I agree. We can't simply co-exist, and "tolerance" still implies animosity, but suppressed. We need to be open to hearing each other's stories and getting to know each other. Everyone can be fearful and intolerant, but starting by presuming good intent by most people, and risking being "offended" and getting rejected, are a good start. Thank you for your comment.
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4 ups, 2y,
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No problem! I always get annoyed when people take the idea of tolerance too far by meaning something like "universal acceptance", and then others taking a knee-jerk reaction and forgetting to temper their disagreement with civility.
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4 ups, 2y,
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Thanks. I agree with that. Being both a Christian and what's considered more toward "liberal" (it's complicated), I get both sides, and I get it from both sides, and I get offended by both sides, and annoyed at both sides, and annoyed that there ARE sides!
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2 ups, 1y
Amen.
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0 ups, 1y
I approve, let God deal with their sins.
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7 ups, 2y,
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https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Satanic-Temple-unveils-Baphomet-statue-at-13161899.php
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5 ups, 2y
I know many who call themselves "Christian" are not. However, true Christians generally disagree with other religions, while truly desiring good for the people who are enslaved by those religions.
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7 ups, 2y,
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10 ups, 2y
:p
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4 ups, 2y
Christians are anything but persecuted in the US.
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6 ups, 2y,
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7 ups, 2y,
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The conspiracy theories and persecution complex are strong with this one
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3 ups, 2y,
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52 countries. No joke.
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7 ups, 2y,
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"Satan is not going to go after fake gods?"

Well, plenty of people who aren't Christians are persecuted for their beliefs and have been for centuries, if not longer

"Which belief is attacked more than any other?"

I actually don't know, but it's certainly not THE MOST POPULAR RELIGION IN THE ENTIRE WORLD (yes, Christianity is the most popular religion in the entire world), and it does much more attacking of other religions than being attacked, which means, by your logic, that it is Satan's religion (I don't actually believe this, it's simply a natural extension of your logic)

"Which belief do some countries kill you or put you in jail for believing?"

Actually, there are many, many beliefs that countries will kill you or put you in jail for believing. Non-Christians being the ones executing Christians or putting them in jail is a relatively new development, whereas Christians have been torturing, executing, and imprisoning atheists, Muslims, Jews, Wiccans, and pretty much everyone else who wasn't a Christian pretty much ever since Constantine. Did you know that, in Islam, Christians aren't Infidels, but are instead considered "people of the book", and are to be respected? It wasn't until Wahhabism was developed that Muslims persecuting Christians for their religious beliefs really became a huge thing.

Sorry to break your comfortable conspiracy theorist delusion, but while Christians have been and are persecuted in many third-world countries, they aren't "persecuted" in America just because people are finally brave enough to speak out against them, and they've also, historically, been the persecutors more often than the persecuted (and are still persecuting people to this day).
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6 ups, 2y,
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All gods are fake. Satan too. Just ways for man to feel better about dying. So they made them up. It’s like Santa Claus for adults. I mean really...invisible guy always watching and judging you for a payoff at the end? Sound familiar?
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0 ups, 1y,
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Read the Bible and the collected works of Witness Lee, RIP.
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1 up, 1y
I have. That's how I know.
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5 ups, 2y,
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12 ups, 2y,
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Some people disagree with Christianity. What more proof do you need that they are being horribly persecuted and oppressed? Oh, and don't forget those terrible monsters who say "happy holidays" instead of "merry Christmas". The persecution is over 9000!
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4 ups, 2y,
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9 ups, 2y,
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Yes, Christians have been killed for their beliefs. I don't deny that and I never did. But the Christians who live in the United States who say they are being oppressed and persecuted are full of crap. Christians in this country aren't being attacked, assaulted, imprisoned, tortured or executed like Christians in some other countries.

People of every religion (and no religion) have been persecuted for their belief (or non-belief). That is not something that only happens to Christians.
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4 ups, 2y,
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True. I never said that we were persecuted here. That’s why I said 52 countries.
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3 ups, 2y
I'm responding to a general theme I hear from Christians I know, who say that they are persecuted, and when Obama was President, there were signs around that said to pray for safety from religious persecution. But I'm glad you don't believe that.
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2 ups, 2y
Ah
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3 ups, 2y,
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What about prayer or the Ten Commandments?
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5 ups, 2y,
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I haven't noticed. People are free to pray and post the Ten Commandments on private property as much as they want.
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4 ups, 2y
The government cannot endorse religion. If a Ten Commandments monument is on private property, I couldn't care less. If it's on taxpayer-funded property, then it becomes my business.

Prayer is allowed in schools. Students can pray as much as they want. Teachers cannot lead students in prayer because they are government employees.

Gay rights and abortion aren't religions, so I'm not sure what they have to do with this discussion.
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9 ups, 2y,
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5 ups, 2y,
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Not all liberals are like that. Only SJW bullshitters are like that.
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6 ups, 2y,
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3 ups, 2y,
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????It’s a wonderful day in the neighborhood ????
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2 ups, 2y,
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Actually I was posting on the triggered lady. They can always yell triggered. Humor in an otherwise deep and soon switching from meme to manifesto below.
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1 up, 2y
Be careful with the bucket. On some places that’s a mating call.
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0 ups, 1y,
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Don't use God's name in vain, please, it's sacred.
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2 ups, 1y
If you really think that using the name of your God in vain is an offence, that's fine. I'll try to censor myself next time. We already have people offending each other politically. Offending each other religiously will just make things worse.
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Ah. Sorry 'bout that.
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2 ups, 2y,
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"Social Justice Warriors"
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3 ups, 1y
AKA "The people who pretend to be liberal but act like fascists".
SJWs are obnoxious, hypocritical, and make liberals look bad. I can't believe they call themselves real liberals. It's so disgusting.
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