@ReneeAlida
Renee Libby 🇺🇸
4 days ago
I've lived in Jesusland. I used to be a Christian. The faux ones made me furious. Now I'm agnostic, partly due to what I saw and what I learned goes on. It's supposed to be about helping people and love, not a Country Club where people congratulate each other for being "saved".
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@AndrewWBloom
Andy Bloom
4 days ago
@ReneeAlida now it is MAGA Jesus
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@title_that
Your Thoughts Out Loud
4 days ago
@ReneeAlida Same here. I lived with that hypocrisy my entire youth and now I just believe sans religion. I dont need to be associated with a specific ideology in order to have my faith amd beliefs. So many who claim to be "saved" wind up being the Mike Lindells of the world.
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@fred_cad4mad
Fred Fisher (zvláštní člověk)
4 days ago
@ReneeAlida @AryaKicksButt I agree. Don't talk, do.
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@DarkWebWarrior
Kamatsu
4 days ago
@ReneeAlida GOP Right Wing Arian Nation "Whats in it for me fk everyone Else" Christianity has really fked it up for everyone else who wants to just believe in something Good whatever that is..
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@TrumpWho8
TrumpWho
4 days ago
@ReneeAlida proud hypocrisy is rapid in the faithful
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@DarkTangent69
Dark Tangent
4 days ago
@ReneeAlida Their version of religious freedom is to obey what THEY believe. Anything else is criticized and shamed... They are right and their laws matter. 30% of people have actually read the bible.
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@ProfessorBerman
The Busiest Man in the World
4 days ago
@ReneeAlida I hear you. What helped me: Separating the Christ of the New Testament --who gave us only one 'commandment' (love one another) --apart from those who have made a new religion out of hate and ignorance. Also I know now: the crucifix necklace/lapel pin doesn't make the Christian.
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