>when people stick their own belief >systems onto cultures so different >and far removed from their >own...like, these folks don't deal >in Christ and "original sin," >so you can't ask those >questions & then condemn them >for not answering correctly...
Response: Actually the scriptures make it clear all men are without excuse even those living in the most remote island. Actually i didn't even stick my beliefs on anybody, I've done one post since I've been here, and I might do one later on depending on how I feel. By the way if you have a belief you should be able to tell someone else "why" you believe it. > >it's just as sad when people >see voodoo and Ifa as >"demonic" when it's a part >of their heritage; a link >to their past. not that >they have to practice it, >but to condemn, fear and >hate it...that's painful to me.
Response: Just because it's part of there heritage does not make it correct. This is one of the arguments that I posted on my evidence for God post that there is an objective moral law made by an objective law giver. > > >
------------ En arche en 'o logos, kai 'o logos en pros ton Theon, kai Theos en logos