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I do agree with you to a point. The topic - that started this conversation

Posted: Mar 10th, 2018 - 11:26 am In Reply to: If someone turns away from Christianity, it's because - sm

was about Harvard was founded on Christian beliefs and I said times have changed. You can read my post about that if you want. The point I made was it's not just a Christian nation. There are those who believe in Ala, and I'm not talking about terrorists version. There are people who believe Buddhism. There are people who believe in no religion at all.

You can go to church, nobody said you can't. I have gone to church in the past but I have not found one where I live now that isn't about how much you give. I know people who go to Catholic churches that want you to "will" them your house when you die. I have been to a primitive Baptist church where they scared the holy crap out of me with bouncing off the floor.

The thing is, the Ivy league schools have had to change with the times because we are not strictly a Christian nation. That is the politics of this whole topic.

Government and religion should be separate. Schools rely on students to keep their doors open. These schools have had to perhaps change the way they teach because of societal changes in order to keep students coming.

I know what Christianity is but which version of Christianity you believe in is up to you. I find staying out of the churches is better than going to ones that seem pretty hypocritical. If you are a Christian, you know that God is in your heart, not a building.


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