What do think about the peopl who want to go against Jesus

@zing_i (269)
United States
April 4, 2007 3:29pm CST
I have seen so many people who are trying their best to go against Jesus and the biblical principles of christianity. Why dd you think they do this, is it cause they are jelous or is it cause they are insecuer about what they are doing. Dont they fear the Lord,what they gonna give an answer when God is going to question them on the judgement day. They need to look deep into their concience and ask a simple qusestion wheather they get a happiness and peace after doing all this
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@martinha (631)
• Portugal
4 Apr 07
People don't have to have the same ideias you do, some people think differently and some of them don't even believe God exists. So why would they ever think of doing what God told to do? If they don't believe him... Maybe they are not against God, they are doing what they think it's good for them or what they think it's right. You believe and trust God, some people don't. They have the right not to believe and to act as they want (as long as they don't mess with other people's rights) It's not a question of jelousy, I don't know if God exists or not. I don't care if it's in the bible I shouldn't do it, some things that are in the bible are not totally correct and you are not obliged to do what is said if you don't want to. As you are in favor of Jesus and God many are against. I don't see the problem. The world is full of different religions and religious opinions, as long as they respect each other I don't think it's a problem.
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• India
10 Apr 07
People who want to go against Jesus are either jealous or want to make money at this cost. No one can deny the existence of Jesus. Jesus gave us good teaching which some people are afraid of following. Some people are trying to see what wrongs Jesus must have done instead of following his teachings on how to be a good person.
@feralwoman (2199)
• Australia
5 Apr 07
With all due respect and no offence - why is it that Christians have to force their religion on all the different cultures of the world. Why force people into your religion by sending missionaries into countries where the indigenous people have their own beliefs and culture? What is so good about a religion who's followers desecrated the monuments of ancient egypt? Why did they do that, have they no respect! And as for the comment above about people following the devil, well honestly, i've never heard such a load of bulldust. I have a clear conscience following the path that chose me - so I have different beliefs, so what. Each to their own, that is their right.
@eyewitness (1577)
• Netherlands
5 Apr 07
why don't you just ask them yourself? I can tell you why but that's my own opinion.I'm a christian myself.But when i wasn't i just got irritaed when people kept talking about Jesus and stuff and to be honest i still do.It's not jelousy but it can be very annoying.Like the jehova witnesses men they keep on going.It's like they want to brainwahs you.And i know christians who are going too far.Why don't some christians accept that they have to stop bugging people especially when someone isn't interesting. To tell you thre truth when i turned in to believe it wasn't the christians it was me.And it's not about jesus or God they hate but it's the religious people who they hate.Untill they start to know christians who are not so annoying.
@Tanya8 (1734)
• Canada
5 Apr 07
I get the impression some Christians (certainly not all), think that people who don't believe in God, don't live their lives according to any of the principles in the Bible or other holy books. In fact, there is a huge overlap between Biblical morality and basic human decency. Atheists don't steal, murder, harm others or live selfishly any more than religious people do. As an athiest, I can look at the Bible and see teachings that DO line up with my moral values, but I also see teachings that don't make any sense morally in modern times (like slave ownership being acceptable).
5 Apr 07
There are amny different opinions about what Jesus actually did do, and what he didn't. Within Christianity, there are a multitude of differing opinions regarding such things as polygomy (more than one wife), ordaining women priests, and birth control. Christianity does not speak with one voice. We are warned to beware false prophets, and clearly within Christianity there have been many such people, hence the differences in outlook.
• India
5 Apr 07
frankly speaking, devil, also called 4th dangerous dimension of darkness is against holy trinity and is bent upon creating problem. he is conquered and is nothing but a frustrating enemy. those people who follow him ignorantly will be saved. such things are not for ordinary people to forecast
• Philippines
4 Apr 07
These people are simply not Christians and they do not believe in the Lord Iesous Christ. They do not believe the Holy Bible as the Word of God and that it is the truth. They do believe in other religions or any other thing so their conscience is not at all bothered when they go against the Lord Iesous Christ.