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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from shia farm girl in The Christian Concept of Modesty is Not Different from Islam   
    Conservative Bible-believing Christians agree with mainstream Muslims on many things regarding modesty and purity: we abhor fornication, adultery, incest, etc. We believe that sexual unions should only take place between a husband and wife. We also believe that Christian women should dress modestly with decent clothes and not showing too much skin. We abhor the secular view of how everything should be flaunted and anything pretty much goes at the whim of oneself. 
    There many things that conservative Christians and conservative Muslims believe about modesty and ethics (regardless of denomination). We both abhor how secular culture has hyper-sexualized everything and created a society of moral chaos and anarchy. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in The Christian Concept of Modesty is Not Different from Islam   
    Conservative Bible-believing Christians agree with mainstream Muslims on many things regarding modesty and purity: we abhor fornication, adultery, incest, etc. We believe that sexual unions should only take place between a husband and wife. We also believe that Christian women should dress modestly with decent clothes and not showing too much skin. We abhor the secular view of how everything should be flaunted and anything pretty much goes at the whim of oneself. 
    There many things that conservative Christians and conservative Muslims believe about modesty and ethics (regardless of denomination). We both abhor how secular culture has hyper-sexualized everything and created a society of moral chaos and anarchy. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from Haji 2003 in The Christian Concept of Modesty is Not Different from Islam   
    Conservative Bible-believing Christians agree with mainstream Muslims on many things regarding modesty and purity: we abhor fornication, adultery, incest, etc. We believe that sexual unions should only take place between a husband and wife. We also believe that Christian women should dress modestly with decent clothes and not showing too much skin. We abhor the secular view of how everything should be flaunted and anything pretty much goes at the whim of oneself. 
    There many things that conservative Christians and conservative Muslims believe about modesty and ethics (regardless of denomination). We both abhor how secular culture has hyper-sexualized everything and created a society of moral chaos and anarchy. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from Isaam in The Christian Concept of Modesty is Not Different from Islam   
    Conservative Bible-believing Christians agree with mainstream Muslims on many things regarding modesty and purity: we abhor fornication, adultery, incest, etc. We believe that sexual unions should only take place between a husband and wife. We also believe that Christian women should dress modestly with decent clothes and not showing too much skin. We abhor the secular view of how everything should be flaunted and anything pretty much goes at the whim of oneself. 
    There many things that conservative Christians and conservative Muslims believe about modesty and ethics (regardless of denomination). We both abhor how secular culture has hyper-sexualized everything and created a society of moral chaos and anarchy. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from Abu Nur in The Christian Concept of Modesty is Not Different from Islam   
    Conservative Bible-believing Christians agree with mainstream Muslims on many things regarding modesty and purity: we abhor fornication, adultery, incest, etc. We believe that sexual unions should only take place between a husband and wife. We also believe that Christian women should dress modestly with decent clothes and not showing too much skin. We abhor the secular view of how everything should be flaunted and anything pretty much goes at the whim of oneself. 
    There many things that conservative Christians and conservative Muslims believe about modesty and ethics (regardless of denomination). We both abhor how secular culture has hyper-sexualized everything and created a society of moral chaos and anarchy. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from Faruk in How many of you have read some of the Bible?   
    I have read the entire Bible.
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from sldevon21 in The Christian Concept of Modesty is Not Different from Islam   
    Conservative Bible-believing Christians agree with mainstream Muslims on many things regarding modesty and purity: we abhor fornication, adultery, incest, etc. We believe that sexual unions should only take place between a husband and wife. We also believe that Christian women should dress modestly with decent clothes and not showing too much skin. We abhor the secular view of how everything should be flaunted and anything pretty much goes at the whim of oneself. 
    There many things that conservative Christians and conservative Muslims believe about modesty and ethics (regardless of denomination). We both abhor how secular culture has hyper-sexualized everything and created a society of moral chaos and anarchy. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from Islandsandmirrors in The Christian Concept of Modesty is Not Different from Islam   
    Conservative Bible-believing Christians agree with mainstream Muslims on many things regarding modesty and purity: we abhor fornication, adultery, incest, etc. We believe that sexual unions should only take place between a husband and wife. We also believe that Christian women should dress modestly with decent clothes and not showing too much skin. We abhor the secular view of how everything should be flaunted and anything pretty much goes at the whim of oneself. 
    There many things that conservative Christians and conservative Muslims believe about modesty and ethics (regardless of denomination). We both abhor how secular culture has hyper-sexualized everything and created a society of moral chaos and anarchy. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in The Christian Concept of Modesty is Not Different from Islam   
    Conservative Bible-believing Christians agree with mainstream Muslims on many things regarding modesty and purity: we abhor fornication, adultery, incest, etc. We believe that sexual unions should only take place between a husband and wife. We also believe that Christian women should dress modestly with decent clothes and not showing too much skin. We abhor the secular view of how everything should be flaunted and anything pretty much goes at the whim of oneself. 
    There many things that conservative Christians and conservative Muslims believe about modesty and ethics (regardless of denomination). We both abhor how secular culture has hyper-sexualized everything and created a society of moral chaos and anarchy. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from HakimPtsid in Image of God?   
    From a Christian theological point of view, it means that humans have certain attributes of God (non-divine, of course): like having a will and consciousness. It never means anything physical (since God is pure spirit). Only Mormons take the image (image Dei) to be a physical thing (but then again, they are not Christian from an orthodox stance).
     
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from shia farm girl in Image of God?   
    From a Christian theological point of view, it means that humans have certain attributes of God (non-divine, of course): like having a will and consciousness. It never means anything physical (since God is pure spirit). Only Mormons take the image (image Dei) to be a physical thing (but then again, they are not Christian from an orthodox stance).
     
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Image of God?   
    From a Christian theological point of view, it means that humans have certain attributes of God (non-divine, of course): like having a will and consciousness. It never means anything physical (since God is pure spirit). Only Mormons take the image (image Dei) to be a physical thing (but then again, they are not Christian from an orthodox stance).
     
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from hasanhh in Image of God?   
    From a Christian theological point of view, it means that humans have certain attributes of God (non-divine, of course): like having a will and consciousness. It never means anything physical (since God is pure spirit). Only Mormons take the image (image Dei) to be a physical thing (but then again, they are not Christian from an orthodox stance).
     
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from aaaz1618 in Image of God?   
    From a Christian theological point of view, it means that humans have certain attributes of God (non-divine, of course): like having a will and consciousness. It never means anything physical (since God is pure spirit). Only Mormons take the image (image Dei) to be a physical thing (but then again, they are not Christian from an orthodox stance).
     
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from zahra.5 in Why do Shias get along better with Christians than Sunnis?   
    What is the reason for this? Just curious.
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from aaaz1618 in Christian Persecution almost 'at Genocide Levels' - Agree or disagree?   
    Disagree. If you mean by "genocide" the systematic killing of Christians by a government. However, persecution is on the rise against Christians but not by Muslims but secular people. 
    There is no systematic persecution of Christians in Muslim-dominated countries. Iran, Oman, Lebanon, etc. do not have Christians living in oppression. In fact, Christians have rights and protections in those countries. Even in Wahhabi dominated Arab countries (like KSA or Qatar) Christians are not persecuted. Only in those places where extremist Salafism is practiced are Christians persecuted and even killed off...but then again in those places even non-Salafi Muslims and other religious people are killed off for not submitting to Salafi doctrine. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Christian Persecution almost 'at Genocide Levels' - Agree or disagree?   
    Disagree. If you mean by "genocide" the systematic killing of Christians by a government. However, persecution is on the rise against Christians but not by Muslims but secular people. 
    There is no systematic persecution of Christians in Muslim-dominated countries. Iran, Oman, Lebanon, etc. do not have Christians living in oppression. In fact, Christians have rights and protections in those countries. Even in Wahhabi dominated Arab countries (like KSA or Qatar) Christians are not persecuted. Only in those places where extremist Salafism is practiced are Christians persecuted and even killed off...but then again in those places even non-Salafi Muslims and other religious people are killed off for not submitting to Salafi doctrine. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from baqar in Is this not the Judgment of God?   
    Yes, some "Christians" believe that but that is not the view of mainstream Christians. Catholics believe one must do various deeds and penance to go to heaven. Many Protestants, especially those who are Methodist or Pentecostal, believe that sinning can cut you off from the grace of God and send you to hell (unless you sincerely repent of that sin and do the right things again). Calvinists, who believe in predestination, say that a truly redeemed person will not go on sinning with impunity. There are some fringe groups, especially among the fundamentalists, that say that one can just say a prayer to Jesus and he will give them a free ticket to heaven while they can go on sinning without any eternal consequences. But then again, those are minority in Christianity. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Is this not the Judgment of God?   
    Yes, some "Christians" believe that but that is not the view of mainstream Christians. Catholics believe one must do various deeds and penance to go to heaven. Many Protestants, especially those who are Methodist or Pentecostal, believe that sinning can cut you off from the grace of God and send you to hell (unless you sincerely repent of that sin and do the right things again). Calvinists, who believe in predestination, say that a truly redeemed person will not go on sinning with impunity. There are some fringe groups, especially among the fundamentalists, that say that one can just say a prayer to Jesus and he will give them a free ticket to heaven while they can go on sinning without any eternal consequences. But then again, those are minority in Christianity. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from shia farm girl in How many of you have read some of the Bible?   
    I like the Book of Hebrews. It talks about the importance of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of our sins. 
    I also really like the Psalms and Proverbs. They give excellent comfort and advice for those struggling with walking the Christian path. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from shia farm girl in How many of you have read some of the Bible?   
    I have read the entire Bible.
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from AaronS in Sri Lanka reels from deadly attacks   
    Does anyone know of the doctrinal backgrounds about these "Islamist" terrorists? I would be curious what sect these murderers are associated with. I highly doubt they are Shia, Ibadi, Sufi, or any one of the mainstream Sunni sects. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from AaronS in How many of you have read some of the Bible?   
    I like the Book of Hebrews. It talks about the importance of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of our sins. 
    I also really like the Psalms and Proverbs. They give excellent comfort and advice for those struggling with walking the Christian path. 
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    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from notme in How many of you have read some of the Bible?   
    I like the Book of Hebrews. It talks about the importance of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of our sins. 
    I also really like the Psalms and Proverbs. They give excellent comfort and advice for those struggling with walking the Christian path. 
  25. Completely Agree
    ChristianVisitor got a reaction from Propaganda_of_the_Deed in Sri Lanka reels from deadly attacks   
    Does anyone know of the doctrinal backgrounds about these "Islamist" terrorists? I would be curious what sect these murderers are associated with. I highly doubt they are Shia, Ibadi, Sufi, or any one of the mainstream Sunni sects. 
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