I never knew that was spelled differently! Hahah, good to know. My mistake.
But that's why it's in quotations.
The Breakfast Club! (:
It's sad that thirteen year olds are concerned about sex in the first place...
It is? Hah. I legitimately had no idea.:P I really wish I could delete it now. :/
Lol. You guys are getting too technical. I've heard from many sources that you spend 2/3 of your life asleep. I'm genuinely sorry if I was mistaken, okay? ahahahah.
Hahahah. You obviously missed the whole point of this post. Now you've found yourself being the hypocrite, persecuting me. Congratulations.
Hah. I'm just going to stop commenting. I'm not an idiot, I know what Christians have done wrong, and why they are stereotyped. But to your comment, I'd like to add that Christians were put through a crap load of persecution, too. But regardless, I'm done. I apologize that you think poorly of Christians because of what other Christians have done. And that's really all I can say.
Then they aren't doing what they're told to do. It says in the Bible specifically that we are called to glorify God's image, and all they are doing is making things worse.
Hah.:) That's sweet.
If you're legitimately considering it, I think you should put yourself in a church to ask questions. Get a better understanding of what Christians are truly about. And if they can't reach out to you, reach out to them. If they shove their views down your throat, discuss what we've been discussing. I don't know what kind of church you're talking about, but if it's anything like mine, a discussion is all we need.
I understand, but not all churches are like that. Which brings me back to what I posted. It sucks that people don't want to put themselves in that kind of environment, all because of what hypocritical people have put off as the Christian image.
I guess it's just because we are called to spread our beliefs. Some, if not most, completely misconstrue that and do the exact opposite of what we are told to you. But yeah, I completely understand. It's frustrating.