Christianity’s doom

Christianity’s doom

I believe that Christianity’s strongest opponents are not angry critics who spend all their energies working to attack it’s theology or methodology, but rather agnostics who consider it no threat at all and don’t even waste their breaths with a reply to it, because in their hearts they don’t care whether it is true or not. For them Christianity is not worth their time. If Christianity is just a myth it will fade in time without any effort at all. Similarly, if bad Christians, believing their theology to be the most true simply take all of its facts for granted and live by none of its principles they themselves become Christianity’s detractors. Its Truths are of such noneffect as to negate itself of any good.



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2 responses to “Christianity’s doom

  1. uccoalition

    It is true that one of Christianity’s biggest enemies is the Christians themselves. Agnostics don’t waste thier breath anymore because they don’t need to, Christians are doing a good job on thier own destroying eachother. Visit me I would love to get your oppinion on a similar topic. God is Creator, Christ is Savior. For God so loved the world he gave his Only Begotton Son so that whoever believes in him shall never die but have everlasting life!!! Lord Bless.

  2. Looking back at this post from over five years ago, I think I have far more hope now that God knows what he’s doing. God knows His own. I still believe in the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, and the life everlasting. I still believe in one holy catholic church. God has not failed in his promises nor is He slow.

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