Why bother the religious one?

Indonesia
July 31, 2011 11:57am CST
When I turned on the radio this morning, there was church on the radio. Now relax with us in the city, according to church bells. Is it not in the Bible, to pray to his God in the privacy? So why go a God-worshiper Sun onto these emotions and eventually to the nerve? They are not satisfied with their faith and must necessarily impose on others their lives?
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@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
2 Aug 11
You do it to them just the same, in which you quote Bible verses! and you are free to decide on what you direct your attention. This has nothing to do with force, if you can also look elsewhere, or turn off the radio, and browsing other categories. and do not seek to blame others when something annoys you! Apparently they're happier than you! I rather think that you're the one who seeks attention by you will let others look bad! Mega spirit
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• Indonesia
4 Sep 11
Because they want ALL of you: Your attention, your money, your obedience, your loyalty to your group, your brainwashed (brain washed) brain. They want you to slaves of their faith to make their ideas because they were indoctrinated to render them not only others but also to save themselves.
@najibdina29 (1309)
• Indonesia
8 Aug 11
as far as I know is serene palm Sunday. always the last Sunday before Easter. It begins the resurrection of Jesus time. it is clear that because of the Christian church is again more to see and hear. is one of the most important holidays. But let's be honest, I was far less christianity "harassed", although it is a chr. country are fanatics than others! the place where going on, then you are anyway just for the hell good. live and let live. is not always so. imagine you were living near a mosque. each day to prayer five loud. because I have to festivities on Sunday and the cherry bell prefer.
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
6 Aug 11
I had this morning with my partner and we had breakfast wonderful, I think the bells have rung, did not bother us Who is tolerant of lives, only have what the frustrated to mop. Follow up the people from the radio, but then stand up the station, where is the problem?
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
2 Aug 11
That we "pray to his God in the quiet chamber" is not necessarily intended in the Bible, quite the opposite. There so things are in there, like the "good news", so the offensive, almost exhibitionistic presenting one's own faith. Praying in the closet is the secular principle that matters of faith and public life should be separate. We pay the salaries of the high clergy from taxes, the state collects a church tax etc etc etc. Not a chance with the secularism that makes you wish it to Islamic countries to which the Christian is apparently a taboo zone.
• Indonesia
1 Aug 11
The service on the radio is important for those who can not even go to church because they are sick. You must turn on the transmitter and can not turn it off. Of course there are always people who want to proselytize, incidentally, also want to convince atheists prefer. Whether Christians or the church bells for the call to prayer for Muslims is now one of a diverse society. One can anyone impose his faith, unless by force, as it was often tried before. I find it annoying if there is anywhere as loud on the radio that I can not help but overhear someone drives or with speakers turned up and turned down the window through the streets. But that's the way it is, you have to live with. And I do, completely non-religious way.
@catof1 (683)
• United States
31 Jul 11
Well the point is to get to those who need it. There are many people of faith that are not able to go to church for many many reason from being abused to being very ill and having little ones. If one does not like to hear it I change the channel. I am Catholic, but I don't usualy like to listen to the on line or on tv or on radio religious stations as they really do not pertain to my religion. I know many who only have that solice in their lives and that is the only way to recieve the Word. I understand where you are coming from, but sometimes it's good to be tolorant to things that irratate us when I know it helps those in need. I pray in the privacy of my home all the time and go to church my self. Thanks and have a good day!