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Anti-Haters
  No one said anything about haters. But one thing I have noticed is that many Jews are willing, and even find it enjoyable, to debate about religion. Whereas many Christians are unwilling, or feel uncomfortable, when Christianity is challenged. They have no trouble telling you why what you believe is wrong, and why you should believe what they believe. But when you turn it around and challenge their beliefs they have no interest in that. Some get angry. Others just end the conversation. To be totally honest, I have never in my life met a Christian who is willing to have a long term debate about the validity of Christianity. This is one of the things that makes me tend to think that it is a religion that stifles free thought. Then again many Jews also do not like to debate about religion. But I am generalizing from what I have seen in my own experience. And possibly that's what we have seen here.

Then again, as Frank Zappa said, "I may be totally wrong." People just come and go, and perhaps the two Christian folks who were posting a lot until we started questioning Christianity just got busy. As another great musician once said, "One never knows, do one?"
 
  Author: Von Cello
Eintrag from 20.05.2008
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