Post by doyfmichelle on May 17, 2017 13:29:42 GMT -8
I attend a Seventh Day Adventist University (Babcock)and I'm slowly becoming religiously confused. Those people are the most judgmental set of people i've ever seen. They've judged me for having a different opinion and have told me I'm apparently going to hell for not worshiping on Saturday which is the real Sabbath to them.
Post by sheilamotko on May 17, 2017 14:16:57 GMT -8
No your not going to hell,that just scare tactics You believe what you want to,just keep it to yourself until you go on your own😊if you want to worship any kind God or if you want to worship a chicken🐔🐤🐥🐣🐓😄😆
This who we are ,this it what we've become, this is who we are ,this is what we've done.
NO! no, we don't think that you will go to hell for worshiping on a different day, or not worshiping on any day (well, you will if you completely hate/disbelieve the existence of God/sin without asking for forgiveness). We just think that Saturday is the correct day, there is lots of evidence supporting it, but we could be wrong. On be-half of the SDA Church I apologise for being judgemental. There are just some very enthusiastic people in our church.
Post by johnnylegbone on Jun 6, 2017 5:35:00 GMT -8
I have spent time with people of most religions, If they knock on my door i will invite them in to talk, I have visited many churchs and attended many meetings an the thing that they all have in common and it doesn't matter from what religion they hale is that they are all closed minded. If you ask a question they will not refer to their own brain or common sense but to where in the bible it says something relevant and then interpret it to give the answer. It seems they all think that the answers are in their own instruction booklet and it is hard to even have a conversation with them. The last time a jahovas witness knocked on my door he was saying how jesus had planned his final days and this and that, I told him that to me it seems as though he messed up an knew it while hanging on his cross, the evidence for which was his final statement of "Father, why have you forsaken me" It took him a week to return with his answer. Well is spose, at least they dont put up crucifix's all over the place and wear them around their necks while waiting for his return, no wonder he hasnt come back yet :P I spent some time with the Mormons once who were a very friendly bunch but their interpretations are weird to say the least. Another thing they all have in common is that they will be your friend for a while but when they realize they cannot get you to join them, they give up on you, I just wish they will listen to me as much as i listen to them but they will not