I was ran off a Christian web site for talking about the sin of gay marriage


#1

There is a Facebook link called

"what Christian culture likes"

I was seriously threatened even to the point of violence when I stood my
Ground about the sin of homosexual acts.

I did it in a no judgemental way.
Quoting the bible, Christian history and church fathers using links

This groups of so called christains are insane


#2

[quote="Adamski, post:1, topic:324115"]
There is a Facebook link called

"what Christian culture likes"

I was seriously threatened even to the point of violence when I stood my
Ground about the sin of homosexual acts.

I did it in a no judgemental way.
Quoting the bible, Christian history and church fathers using links

This groups of so called christains are insane

[/quote]

Facebook Christian groups are a wild and crazy bunch. :D

I was once invited to join a group saying it was for "serious theological discussion"; all I found was bashing of the Catholic Church, and blind defences of Calvinism. When I dared to suggest that Pope Francis and Mother Theresa were good people, they cursed my "hard and unregenerate heart", and I made a hasty exit.

The best thing to do is avoid such groups, it's safer and saner. God have mercy on them all. :)


#3

[quote="Adamski, post:1, topic:324115"]
There is a Facebook link called

"what Christian culture likes"

I was seriously threatened even to the point of violence when I stood my
Ground about the sin of homosexual acts.

I did it in a no judgemental way.
Quoting the bible, Christian history and church fathers using links

This groups of so called christains are insane

[/quote]

"Beware of facebook christianity..:manvspc: you may never know what to expect from it."
lol..you made me laugh real hard..just make sure you don't get involved with those people again.


#4

Unfortunately, a lot of Christian groups have conformed their beliefs to fit into society, and they wind up seeing a lot of traditional, valid beliefs as simply outdated and irrelevant. I recently read an article over at UCatholic that gave my heart strength when it comes to these matters. Here's a link for it if you're interested in giving it a read.

ucatholic.com/studies/the-curse-of-broadmindedness/


#5

Facebook Christian is a contradiction in terms.


#6

[quote="PaulfromIowa, post:5, topic:324115"]
Facebook Christian is a contradiction in terms.

[/quote]

Why?

Does this mean Fr. Frank Pavone is NOT Christian?


#7

Shake the dust off your feet and move on.


#8

Oh the speech Nazi's over there are just trying to be 'charitable' to the abominations of others while putting you in the hate speech corner. Darkness hates the light.


#9

When something similar happened to me , it ended up being a blessing because it greatly enhanced my appreciation of Catholic Answers . CA is like home to me now. I don't miss that other site at all.

:thumbsup:


#10

[quote="DaveBj, post:7, topic:324115"]
Shake the dust off your feet and move on.

[/quote]

:thumbsup:

I don't even bother getting into discussion the few times I am on Facebook, there's no point to it. Facebook acts and a positive feedback loop for pretty much anything someone writes, so long as it's popular in culture; but if you have a dissenting opinion, notions of tolerance, civility and rational discussion are tossed aside like garbage.


#11

I've never gotten into a discussion with any other "christian" on facebook. But several years ago, when I was really dumb, I got into on with a man (who claimed to be a former Catholic) on the James White website. I was definitely over my head in that one. And I didn't know when to quit and exit gracefully. :( So, for the most part I try to avoid getting into that stuff. I'd rather come here and get into positive discussions with "real" Catholics.


#12

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