By Anonymous - 22/04/2015 14:24 - United States - Altamonte Springs
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Um, not quite #30. You're in no place to judge them, if someone has done wrong to you, then you forgive whether they are sorry or not. But that's besides the point, we are called to love one another, not judge. The homosexual lifestyle aren't doing anything to you to need your forgiveness.
#106. Amen! Catholics are some of the last people to play innocent. Especially considering they took a whole continent of brown people and stripped them of their culture and language and forced their European ideals and religion on them, "all in the name of the lord!"
#5 It's not really their fault though. The religion is screwing with their heads and forcing them into this moral dilemma. Being a hypocrite is basically the only way out of it for them. The alternative would be to actually respect every religious norm, which would make their lives suck, or to give up religion altogether, which is a very hard thing to do, since they were raised in that religion and it has been fed into their brains ever since childhood.
i was guessing Christian. My damily is Catholic, i have mant Catholic friends, and none are overly religious. on the other hand, my Christiam friend said i was going to hell for self harm, and being lesbian is horrible, listening to rock and heavy metal brings demons, dressing all in black is bad, and that pants are for boys, skirts are for ladies, so i should wear my skirts instead... smh
I am Catholic and I can say that this is true but not all are like that. I'm definitely a sinner bc you know, sometimes, I have fun. Not going into detail, I know a bunch of different religious people who don't actually know about Catholicism and hate on it. I was raised in a Baptist church because there wasn't any Catholic church's within about 30 miles so I went there because i love church but don't be so quick to judge. People shouldn't be judged in their religion it how they look.
From my personal experience, there have been both good people who genuinely care about others and crazy hypocrites like OP's ex in all denominations. It's not a problem with the religion itself, it's a problem with individuals who fail to live it out properly.
You cant really bash on catholics just because you see that its a religious person and you assume they're that religion. I know plenty of catholics who are friends with plenty of sinners and they are sinners or they're friends with non sinners and aren't sinners. Being a certain religion doesn't mean shit because if she was a real catholic, and was really a good follower of God, then she wouldn't have done it anyways. She wasn't a true Christian.