[quote="Curious_Seed, post:10, topic:281456"]
There you go - arguably.
How about directing the same barbs on those who are clearly, unarguably, not Christian: Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, Confucianists, atheists, agnostics - or even redirecting waning Catholics.
No, that would be too difficult - and potentially too dangerous, for some of the Catholic intelligentsia, on this Forum.
Better to take satisfaction in fulfilling the Great Commission, by pointing out the superiority of Catholicism to those who are "arguably'" not Christian: Mormons, Jehovah Witnesses, Lutherans, Anglicans, Baptists.
Look at my listed religion, I'm not Catholic.
You're holier than thou attitude does not help matters, and if anything is hypocritical considering the subject matter.
I said arguably out of consideration for those who might believe so, but in the view of the Catholic Church (for whom these forums were built), and even my own church, they are 100% without a doubt not to be considered Christians.
Which means that the people on this thread are doing exactly what you advised them to do - discussing non-Christians.
I can't help but notice you are too timid to declare your own beliefs. Afraid they might be challenged? With your unfriendly attitude, it is no wonder.