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  • "Most" people don't hate Christians.
  • I don't think they hate christians, I am a christian, with friends, that are athiest, I think it is the judgement that they hate. I myself, would not judge someone. I truely believe in the statement, that when you point your finger at someone, there are 4 more pointed back at you. When you judge, it gives one reason, to find every little thing that is wrong with you. Believe me, if they look hard enough, they will find it! If you can just be a faithful friend, and a christian, at the same time, you will find no one hateing you because of your beliefs.
  • Most people? Where are you getting your statistics? If you ask only two people a question and each person answers differently I suppose you would regard this statistic as 50% of the people poled hate christians.
  • Most ppl do not hate Christians. Few those hate, they hate Christians because of their strong opinion of other religion. The Judaism, Islam, and Christianity all these three religion were generated in same region of Middle East and three of them have lot in common. It is the small difference between them that has generated a bigger gaps between them. In third world countires they are hated for mass convertions. This convertion suffered the wrath from Hindu and Islamic fundamentalist. The Christianity became a taboo in these areas because they think every christian has an agenda of converting ppl. As the history proves, if you impose a dogma or theory strongly, the reaction will be strong as well. This is what has happened to Christianity and same applies for Islam.
  • I don't think most people hate christians. Some do for the reason of insecurity.
  • I think it is probably because of the very small percentage that think they are "holier than thou". I am a Baptist, and I have run into this type several times in my life. Even some of my fellow Baptists. This gives us all a bad name. We all have faults, and , for the most part, I believe most of us are doing our best.
  • I don't think most people hate Christians. In fact, you'll probably find that if you go to any Western country, most people ARE Christians.
  • "Most" people don't hate Christianity, as has been said. The reasons that some people do dislike Christianity though, vary from person to person For the most part, I would say the general intrusiveness of it all, due to it's position in today's society (-generally- in Western Society, Christianity is the predominant religion, thus you can have a lot of 'peer pressure' so-to-speak...) For example, I have honestly lost count of how many times a Christian has come up to me and tried to shove the Bible down my throat simply because I am of a different opinion... (Perhaps they are unaware of the fact that Religion doesn't have a legal stranglehold on society any more, and I'm thus completely, legally allowed to believe ANYTHING I wish to: Belief systems become illegal when you 'act' on it.) eg. It is 100% acceptable for me to 'believe' that one racial group is superior to another, or that it is my god-given right to murder the people of my choice It is also 100% unacceptable, for me to actually 'act' on those beliefs though, that's where the difference is! So, I'd say if someone does hate Christianity, it is likely because of the general way in which the followers occasionally try to jam it down your throat, rather than just back off and accept that they have no say at all in how someone else lives their own life, and hassling people about their beliefs is very, VERY rude and incredibly frustrating.
  • i think it has a lot to do with fear of the unknown.
  • I don't think most people hate christians. I am a christian, but I have plenty of aquaintances who I hang out with, and they are not all christians. I think people don't like christians because we tell the truth about other religions. They may not like us because of our strong opinions towards other religions. Some people don't want to hear the truth, they only want to apply part of the bible to their lives, but as a christian you can just take bits and pieces and apply what you want to your life, you have to apply it all, or at lease try, because you will never get to perfection, but you at lease should strive to get there. Christians aren't hated though. I know many people who have converted over to christianity from other religions because they started to realize that what they were being taught was wrong. I mean now that's not to boost us christians up or make us look good or anything but that's just the pure truth. A lot of people don't like to hear what christians have to say because it's not "sugar-coated" for them, it's real!!! I have never had a christian come shove a bible in my face before, even before I got saved, no one ever did that to me. People have the freedom to believe what they want. Christians just put it out there about what they believe and sometimes some people can't handle that. I don't walk around trying to make people believe what I say, they believe what they want. It's just my assignment to tell the gospel to people, and that's what I am gonna do. I'm liked by plenty of people and I like plenty of people, and I hang out with other people, I just don't allow what they believe to change what I believe. If anything I try to influence them, instead of vice versa, but I am cool and I get along with most people.
  • do most people hate christians? heh, didn't know that.. (=
  • I do not think that most people hate Christians. We all have the right to our own religious beliefs. Some people have been hurt by SOME Christians, and some object to the actions of SOME Christians. However, this is not the same as hating Christians. I object to people who use their religion to be judgmental towards others, people who try to force their religion on others, and people who proseltyze to nonChristians. I strongly oppose the Theocrat movement that is masquarading as conservative Christianity. I do not believe the majority of Christian dogma and doctrine. However, I do not hate Christians, or Christianity in general.
  • I would say the majority of people do not hate Christians regardless of their faith (or lack of it). Personally I don't judge people on their beliefs so 'hating' people based purely on religion seems just wrong to me. I think the reason there may be some negative feelings directed at some Christians is that people are often irritated by people who try to change their own beliefs however this applies across all faiths and not just Christianity. Prejudice towards non-Christians may also cause this problem but to my knowledge this occurs rarely. If someone persists at trying to change my own beliefs (agnosticism) then I can find myself feeling frustrated simply because those who think they have the 'divine' right to convert others do not realise how deep seated others beliefs are. Christians who feel they are 'hated' (strongly used here I think) by others should maybe accept that those people do not want to become Christians themselves and no amount of badgering will change their mind and purely serve to annoy them. On the other side of things I know that many non-Christians are often prejudice and can attempt to alter a Christians views. Obviously this can be a cause of friction and I feel that a lot of bad feeling could be reduced if people of all religions or those who lack religions could accept each others beliefs and tried to get a long as equals. Religion has caused so much hatred and violence throughout history and it's about time we learnt from these mistakes by eliminating the bad feeling (which is probably over-exaggerated in many cases) that exists between people of alternate faiths.
  • Most people? I don't think "most people" hate Christians. I think that what you ask is based in an extreme exaggeration. I think there may be isolated incidences of ignorance and hate and fear, but in general I don't think you could EVER get "most people" to do one single thing, let alone hate. People are really quite varied, one from another, and no two people share exactly the same loves, fears, dislikes, etc. It sounds like you've experienced something unpleasant, from the tone of your question and as short, curt and generalized as it is. I hope you will be able to get past any feelings of rejection or anger and realize that the only person who HAS to love you and accept you is you. Peace.
  • I think the question is: Why do most people who are not christian appear to hate christians? Those who speak more against them are noted, plain and simple. Most of the people I've come across are highly against christianity because of the bad experiences with those who are on these 'missions.' Personally, I don't like the idea of missions because they attract the kind of christian that brings out the worst in those to be 'given' the word of God. I take values from Christianity myself but I am not Christian. I take my personal beliefs rather seriously and if some nutjob person who is 'high on Christ' came up to me, trying to push his beliefs on my own I wouldn't like it. Just to illustrate an example of what someone could say to a missionary: He may say, "I come on God's mission to save your soul and open your heart to Christ. Come to Christ and be spared the fires of hell!" The only response I have to that say, "And at the end of the day, you'll 'pray' for me to come to Christ and change my core beliefs. So, In a sense you're using a very obscure form of magick to force me into a change I do not desire. Funny, I thought your Bible preached against magick. Oh, but wait, prayer must not be magick in your beliefs. I'm sorry, it is in mine. Ta, ta."
  • A lot of people don't hate them it's just we hate how some of their are judgmental and put people down of another religion. I don't judge any religion and I could care less what anyone thinks of mine. I don't hate anyone but I do think it's wrong of some of the Christians I've ran across to judge me, and try to beg me to go to church or if I don't Im a bad person, and to think they are better than some.
  • Who hates Christmas? honestly...
  • Edit: Sorry about my previous answer...I mistakenly misread the question previously.... I truly believe that only a certain group of christians are somewhat "disliked"...That would be the Christians who try to force their beliefs on others obviously not affiliated with their religion.
  • People don't hate christians, christians just have an advanced martyr complex and think that anyone who won't embrace their beliefes hates them.
  • you can't say most people there are so many people in this country let alone this world most people don't agree on anything when it comes to religion every ones fites if you don't like it re think religion
  • I am christian, but I feel nothing but love most of the time. So I think that maybe what you mean is why are christains disliked. That night have a little to do with the self rightous christain people that go around judging everyone without looking in the mirror.
  • Because as being a christian sometimes we let ourselves be a bit hypractrical at times....Though I try not to...I do...But I keep trying to live the life without that garbage
  • I don't agree that "most people" "hate" Christians and I haven't read anything that says so. So, for me, it's not true therefor there is not a "why" to be answered.
  • There's no basis for your question nor is there any qualification for what is meant by "most", since I am sure you don't mean 5.5 billion people or so. Please re-phrase your question.
  • I don't think most people hate Christians. I think some people are confused by bad experiences they may have had involving some religious people who I will refuse to call Christians, but Christians overall are not hated for the most part.
  • Most Christiane are fine and dandy..... some Christians make you wish you could find a lion when you need one.
  • I don't hate most christians, I just hate fundies who have no life besides promoting the idea of their deity. (ex:chosen by grace)
  • Because they're just so damn sexy. ... And if you want a better answer than this, and I don't mean to sound elitist, ask a better question.
  • Your question is quite stupid. Present just one fact to support this idiotic question!
  • I don"t know why people dislike Christians, I would like to know why or how come Hindu extremists hate christians. I am bother about what happend in eastern India on Christmas day. I read this on yahoo. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071226/ap_on_re_as/india_churches_attacked
  • I hate christmas because it seems more like a selfish holliday.Every year it seems people forget what the real true meaning of christmas.The malls get packd and people get trampled over for 1 item.The whole thing is getting retarded and it needs to stop being so crazy but it will only get worse.
  • 1) I don't think this could be said absolutely. I could observe this, as far as hate is concerned: - some Non Christians hate some Christians, in extreme cases they hate all Christians. - some Christians hate some other Christians - many people hate other people, but it does not have primarily to do with their religion - some Christians could get the impression that they are being hated from people who, when asked, would deny hating Christians. In such a case, it could be very difficult to find out an objective truth 2) It could be that in some regions of the world, Christians are hated by many people because a negative image of them has been built, partly because of the behaviour of the Christians themselves. But negative images have also been built about Non Christians. 3) Usually, hate appears when people are intolerant. So Christians, when they are intolerant, will generate hate and become it back as a result. Non Christians, when they are intolerant, will generate hate against Christians and also become it back as a result.
  • mmm most people dont, but i know what you are trying to say. some people hate christians in general, because of the abhorrent things christians have done in the past, and some people hate them because of just a few who try to force their beliefs on others and act like pricks. both of those reasons are pratty stupid. Sure, i hate things that some christians did ages ago, but that was AGES ago and doesnt reflect on christians now who generally dont go round killing people and forcing people to convert. And i do agree that christians who force their beliefs on you and annoying as all hell, but really, that only gives me a reason to dislike those people, not all christians.
  • I do not believe MOST people HATE Christians.
  • I wouldn't say most people hate them. However I would say for those few that do hate Christians it's because they think their God is better than everyone elses God and if youi don't accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior you will go to hell. People are sick and tired of hearing them spout that elitist crap all the time. They are also sick of Christians thinking they have a right to play God and judge those who do things which supposedly are condemned in the bible such as being in homosexual relationships or being sexually active without being married etc. I am a christian and I like the majority believe that the above mentioned things are condemned in the bible as abominations in the eyes of God. However unlike the Christians who want to preach hellfire and damnation if you don't change I don't judge people for their actions. It doesn't affect me if a guy wants to love another guy. It doesn't affect me if some girl wants to be free and easy with her body and sleep with every guy who gives her a passing glance. If these things make those people happy then I say let em be. God is the only one who has a right to judge them for their actions not you or me. Who are we to tell someone that what they are doing is a sin in God's eyes. Only God has the power to pass judgement on someone as to whether or not their action constitutes a sin. Until he comes down to you and tells you I pass my duties of judging who's a sinner and who's not on to you I think people should stop trying to tell others how to live their life or how their actions will condemn them to hell. That my friend in a nutshell is who most of those who dislike Christians do so.
  • i wouldnt say i hate it but carn`t stand the hecticness you know people shopping and stocking up food as if it`s the end of the world or something
  • In the U.S.? Most people are Christians. People in other countries hate us (U.S. citizens) because of this country's mentality. We're the best!?! Whatever....
  • G'day Thomas Edison, Thanks for your question. I would argue that most people don't hate Christians. Christians represent a quarter of the world's population and are the world's biggest denomination. The majority of people bear no ill will to Christians or others of religious faith. While there is always a minority of people who hate people who aren't like them, they shouldn't be confused with the majority. Regards
  • I don't hate Christians. I'm a Christian myself. I think the reason Christians are hated is because many Christians will bash anyone who doesn't believe exactly as they do. Many of them even criticize each other. Jesus said in John 13:35 "By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another."
  • I don't hate Christians, but I hate Christianity. It's a completely hypocritical religion that teaches broken morality, repression and is even inflicted upon children. It's simply despicable.
  • Most people don't hate Christians. Where on earth did you come up with that?
  • Most people don't, however most people dislike extremists of any relgion.
  • I hate christians with all my power and might! And why? Let me put it very clear... 1- Religious intolerance: - Since they rose to power, christians made sure that other religions were destroyed. - Used (and still do) force to make others convert. - iF you're not a christian they'll do everything in their power to make you an outcast where you live. - Parents don't even allow their childs to research about other religions. 2- Based on previous religions: - The first known religion that worshiped only one God was the one of Akhenaton (pharaoh). So, therefore, it was copied by christians. - "Angels" first appeared in Zoroastrianism. - Almost all (if not really all) saints are Pagan Gods that the christians turned into saints, in a way to attract for followers. - Jesus is Osiris, since Osiris was killed and ressurected. - Mary is Isis (and most Pagan Goddesses from the Middle East), since Isis is considered the Great Mother. 3- False beliefs: - Christians preach inconditional love and that's why I hear everyday christians cursing other religions. - They preach peace, but christian presidents sure love to declare war. - On 2000, everyone said that Jesus would return. Did he? Have I managed to open your eyes? Hope so!
  • I think it's because most Christians that I know think that their religion is the ONLY right one and that everyone must be Christian to be "saved" and if they aren't then they are going to hell. I'm agnostic / atheist personally and some of my Christian friends and I have had issues with them constantly trying to convert me to their religion....but on the other note I have also met some very respectful, nice, Christians as well.
  • i think because of lack of respect from each other.
  • Most people don't.
  • They don't hate christians, they hate the judgemental, self-righteous bullshitters among them.
  • 1. most people do not hate christians. 2. EVERYBODY is hated by some people. The people that do hate christians though are usually sick of very rude, over-bearing, preachy, judjmental, hatefull christians that only believe 'they' are right and everyone else is always wrong and are sinners. Most people are smart enough to know that most christians arent that way and usually think 'that guys a total asshole' instead of 'all christians are assholes'. and alot of Christians hate too, thats just how the world is
  • really ? sounds subjective. We don't know that for sure... do you ?
  • Because people see us different then we see ourselves. Some Christians are nice and loving to other and some are meaner then some people that dislike us. Its how it will always been, I've had to learn to get over it. But getting over the fact that someone hates you because you're a pastors kid is hard, even though I didn't do anything to the person. All I said what that we have large windows on the front of our church.
  • Individuals might not be bad, but look at what you guys do as a group. You call muslims terrorists then support clinic bombers and abortion-doctor shooters. Heck, you do those things to begin with. You bully people, you boycott little shops you don't like, you are judgmental to the point of hurting people, you interpret the bible to suit yourselves and hurt other people who don't interpret it the same way. You have televangelists who support the conservatives to the point of actually denying and hurting anyone else, money is as important to you as salvation, and you go to foreign countries lying about how you're there to teach English when you are really there to convert people. You deny scientific evidence when it suits you. You are the majority religion in the richest and most powerful nation ever and you still like to whine about how oppressed you are. Hey, I could go on, but the point is that AS A GROUP you are very easy to hate. Now, I know you'll say, "Well, not all christians are like that." Well, how are the rest of us to know which of you are like that and which are not when you lead with, "I'm a christian"? Nah, as a group, you guys have few peers among those who have earned the enmity they get.
  • People hate Christians because they dislike the idea that the only way to Heaven is through Jesus, and they dislike when Christians try to share the Gospel with them. I understand both of those, although I am a Christian. The way I look at it is this: if someone I knew were going to get hit by a bus, I would tell them to get out of the way. If they choose not to, at least I know that I offered them the truth. The same is actually true when Christians want to tell others that it would be great if they believed in Jesus. If the Bible says that if you don't believe in Jesus you will not have Eternal Life (and will go to hell) then if you care about someone else, you should want to tell them that the bus is coming. It's so difficult because the Word of God is exclusionary (Eternity, only to those who profess Jesus as Lord) and when humans say it, it seems as if they think they are better than the person they are telling it to, and that can't be further from the truth. It puts Christians in such a tough spot, because we're SUPPOSED to spread the Gospel, and the world hates us for it.
  • It's part of prophecy... Those desiring to live with godly devotion will be persecuted. http://bible.cc/2_timothy/3-12.htm
  • I don't hate Christians. I more pity them. "To whom much is given much is required." Exactly what they give in return is more like a migrane than a blessing. God needs to reign them in and smack these preachers around a little bit for focusing their messages and teachings more on tithing for their own benefits then the actual history and understanding of Biblical history and understanding its true intent and message.
  • Some people can't stand anything that is different from their own way of seeing things. Personally, I think that if something can stand ridicule then it is stronger then those giving out the ridicule.
  • Some people are still a little bitter about the Dark Ages, the Crusades, witch burnings, the Spanish Inquisition, attempts to insinuate religion into western governments, persecution of gays, telling people they are going to hell, etc. Being a good christian, I guess you'll just have to forgive them.
  • People don't hate Christians. People hate people. But I guess some athesists/agnostists and non-believers hate Christians.
  • Go to Youtube and look up Jesus Camp. That is one of many reasons. And for the record, I don't hate Christians, they are still people, but I hate what religion does to people.
  • It's likely that someone from a group hates someone from another group. Better to B+ and focus on love, forgiveness, mercy, compassion, justice.
  • It isn't that they hate Christmas, they hate what Christmas has become. A spending orgy with people buying things they can't afford, and giving these things to other people who don't need, want, or appreciate them. It has deteriorated into one of the most hidious excuses for overspending and any Christian reference has long since been buried under a mountain of Santas, reindeer, and cashregister bells. The whole time, the merchants are laughing to the bank.
  • People in general don't "hate" christians-they merely question the religion, its shameful history and what appears absurd to people who choose rationality over "belief".
  • YAY!! That means you are JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE!!! Get over it. Does it really matter what other people think of you?
  • I do not hate Christians. I dislike or become annoyed with certain religious people. When somebody states, or implies, that their beliefs are the only correct ones and anyone that does not agree with them is a fool or a moron, I get annoyed because of their arrogance. When somebody keeps preaching to me, even after I have told them that I am happy with my current beliefs and do not wish to hear any more, I get annoyed because they are harrassing me. These are just a couple examples. . On the other hand, there are many religious people that I truly like. I find many religious people to be respectful of my opinions and beliefs, as I try to be of theirs. I know of religious people who will pray for you, without expecting you to convert to their religion. They do this out of genuine concern. These people are open minded and respectful of others. And although I try to be respectful of everyone's opinions and beliefs, I find it to be a lot easier if the other person is being respectful of mine.
  • Depends where you are. If you're in a country where the majority are Christians then it's logical that you will be targeted by more criticism than other religions which are rarely even heard about. Christians do more in such countries to impose their views than other groups. Take creationism in the US for instance. They're not content to teach what they want to in their churches, they want to force it on everyone in public schools too. Same with gay marriage - why can't they let two men or two women get the same legal rights that they can enjoy through (secular) marriage. If Christians were to keep their beliefs to themselves there would be less resistance - which you call "hate".
  • I think people are fed up with religion being forced upon them so when they hear religious questions it reminds them of all the annoying christians from their past. ( Not all christians fall into that category)
  • Very good question. Christians are quickly becoming one of the most oppressed groups in America. It’s probably because of the growing atheist trend. It seems that AB gives them an outlet to proselytize. I wouldn't worry, it's probably just a fad.
  • It's not Christians, it's proselytizing groups as a whole. And we don't hate them, we're just extremely annoyed. There are Christians who don't proselytize, and we're cool with them. And there are non-Christians who do proselytize people to their respective cause and we're not cool with them. We just want to be left alone. I think, at times, that it feels like it's just Christians because they are in the majority. If every Christian felt hated as equally as every Wiccan felt hated (which I doubt, but that's just my opinion) and there were 10 Christians to every 1 Wiccan, it would only feel like people just hated Christians but it wouldn't be the case. Also, when faith gets involved, people don't really use the same part of their brain as when they are in discussions regarding other subjects. Especially in matters where "blind faith" can become a factor - people who have "blind faith" may not always say the nicest things about other faiths and thus come off as sounding bigoted, arrogant, rude, unintelligent, etc. I'm sorry if you feel like you're being hated because of your faith, but I can tell you this (if it makes you feel better) - we all feel like we are hated become of our belief system, that's why it's the one thing we're the most defensive about. Look around at other questions/answers regarding other faiths (from Christians and non-Christians alike). You'll see that there are other horrible posts just like the ones you've been seeing. It sucks, but if a few people read answers like this trying to explain things or questions like yours seeing the people it hurts, maybe we can get one or two people to change their methods. To me, I'd consider that a great success for both AB and the real world.
  • They are intimidated and insecure.
  • because you don't repect other relegion especially Islam you attack a religion just for attacking ... but you actually doesn't know a lot about it I think you are controlled by media it has a huge influence on you
  • Because when your not a christian, they're on you like flies on sh** and they will practically force you to convert I have a christian background but never believed. I had about 10 of them begging me to believe and telling me I was wrong!
  • Why are you surprised? Says it will happen right there in the Bible.
  • It's more a "Love the Sinner/Hate the Sin" sorta thang.... we don't hate Christians... but the way they act, well that's another story.
  • What I hate, is the escapist ideology that many Christians these days adhere to - they claim that the crusaders, enslavers, witch-hunters, and inquisitors weren't "real Christians", and so that frees Christianity of responsibility. If ever there was a bigger loophole, I haven't heard it... . . . "I don't care if the surveillance tapes show my brother robbing the bank; he wouldn't do something like that: therefore it wasn't him" - excellent logic <rolls eyes>
  • Because they're too pushy.
  • By people, you probably mean Agnostics and atheists. It's not Christians. I've often found Christians to be so very delightful. It's the betrayal of Christianity that gets people's hairs all riled up. We've all come to realize that Heaven is not a place made of cotton floating amidst the deep blue where angels play harps. We've all come to realize that night is not a black, pinhole-riddled sheet that gets pulled over the earth when the sun is put away. We know that Hell is not in the core of the Earth. We've come to understand that over 2000 years, vile and opportunistic men claiming themselves to be men of God took advantage of people's innocent ignorance and loomed all sorts of lies to further their own ends. Please don't take it personal. We're sure you're very nice. We just hate being treated like children who can still be made to believe in fairytales.
  • Given the fact that a vast majority of this country is Christian, I can say with 100% assurance that as far as this country goes, most people do not hate Christians because most people are Christian.
  • I don't hate christians I used to be one. I just hate to see them in such a deluded and bigoted state of mind like I used to be.
  • It's not Christians they hate, it is God. It's that simple.
  • Mighty wide paint brush you got there.
  • Because most Christians hate everybody else
  • John 15:18 gives Christians the answer: "If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first." John 3:19 This is the verdict: Light has come into the world, but men loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil. Because they have undealt with sin.
  • While I'm sure there are some people that hate Christians (as could be said about any group), I don't think it is most people. I persoanlly have no problem with Christians, so long as they don't try to convert me or quote the bible every five minutes.
  • Because sinners hated Jesus Christ and God, so of course they will hate Christians. The more people hate me because of my ways with the Lord; then the more I know I am pleasing the Lord.
  • John 15:18 gives Christians the answer: "If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first." John 3:19 This is the verdict: Light has come into the world, but men loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil. Because they have undealt with sin.
  • :et me list your role models Jimmy swaggert Ted Haggert Pope Joh Paul II (hid the fact that millions of children were molested by moving priests around) Now the want to canonize him. And no matter what thes nimrods do you people still defend them
  • Jesus warned us that people would hate us. especially toward the end of days.
  • &quot;Most people"? Most people I know ARE Christians. I am not, but I don't hate them. I think some people take a secret satisfaction in thinking they are hated, and yet hold faith "against all odds." Christians certainly aren't fighting the odds in the US. They are clearly the majority.
  • Because it's a battle between love and hate. Jesus said if the world hates you, remember that the world hated Him first. (John 15:18)
  • I am sorry to say but many Christians are indoctrinate with hate from the church spoken by ministers/priests/pastors who do not know or cannot tell the truth because they do not know what the Bible actually says. Don't blame the people for their hate blame the church and their twisting of the Word to suit their denominations peculiarities. Too many Christians rely only on what their preacher says not doing Bible research on their own.
  • The hypocrisy of being Christian, mostly,
  • No they dont. Maybe online 😂Everyone hates everyone there.
  • Before I became a Christian I had no hate for the Christians I just had a huge dread because I dreaded hearing any time of anyone talking of Jesus or church or any of it. If I could back then I would slip away or try to change the subject. But after I became a Christian it took me a while but I realized it was not them I dreaded, it was hearing the truth I actually dreaded. Other words I loved the darkness rather than the light.

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