BlackInk wrote:I think what Sparky said isn't sad at all and is what anyone should try to be like, religious or not, christian or Asgardian. And not letting something you don't believe in define what you believe is pretty much the right way to go.
^ But that is mainly just adressing your last sentence. That other stuff about question-answering I'll leave to you..
I didn't say that what sparky said was sad at all. Sorry if I wasn't clear enough but the subject of my last sentence was "the whole response". If you reread my post you'll see that "the whole response" isn't referring to Sparky's post but to what I said in the sentence right before that (in bold). Here, look:
Archsage wrote:I ask this because many people like to pridefully boast, "I'm not religious!" or "Religion sucks!" or something like that. But when these same people see what religion means in Christianity, I wonder they would say then? If Christianity says that: pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world, then I wonder if are you against that? Though I suppose people are afraid of Christianity, for whatever reason, and would rather reject love and purity then to admit that Christianity's definition Religion is a very good, or at least admirable, thing.
The whole response would be pretty funny if it wasn't a bit sad.