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Re: Lynn, An answer. Long.

Posted by rayww on February 22, 2006, at 19:46:12

In reply to Re: Lynn, An answer. Long. deirdrehbrt, posted by simus on February 22, 2006, at 14:12:42

I heard an interesting discussion between Christian religions where they were saying things like "this is way too big for just one religion" "God does what he can in all religions" and "give us a little slack". "we need to ban together (on the big issues) or else we're all going to lose"

People are too quick to point out differences and often overlook similarities. We have big Christian issues like abortion and homosexuality. We need to wake up fast if we're going to preserve our species and our Christian (values) religion (heritage) for future generations.

Raising children is tough, and they take a lot of care. We had 8, grown to 30. Without children people perish (pass gradually from existance).

Mormons believe they have a responsibility to preserve the family, and we will, with everyone's help, but we need to ban together. There's room for all, and all religions are needed. This is too big a task for one religion.

My Christian belief teaches that every one of us will face Christ one day and have to make a decision. Christ is the author of salvation, He invented it. Has anyone heard of another way. I mean the creator of the universe created salvation too. Why is it so hard to grasp?


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