I no longer fear death at all, and even welcome it. Before I was saved, I just didn't think about it much, but after God saved my soul and changed my core values on everything, that means all other biblical things are true. Whether I accept them as truth or not, matters not.<quoted text>
I find it incredibly interesting, that in the midst of posting what you have here, you have failed to realize the irony inherent in every sentence. Christians have created a religion revolving around the persecution of others, and now that the legal ability to do so is disappearing, Christians are screaming persecution of Christians. It's gut-achingly hilarious.
You shouldn't expect any less from us heathens, than to have your fairy tales thrown in your face - but we do expect more from you, than reliance on an entity outside yourselves, to direct you as to the difference between 'right' and 'wrong'.
There's a reason why it's known as 'personal responsibility'- perhaps you should consider what that reason is.
That's been the line of every snake oil salesman since the dawn of time....including the snake in the Garden. You are no different.
Sorry to disappoint you, but the truth is neither evil nor good - it is just the truth. And the truth is, we are all dying, from the moment we are conceived.
I realize you fear the concept of death so much, that you must invent an afterlife, populate it with your dear departed, and create a 'god' to rule over it all...I suspect so you won't have to engage in that excruciating exercise we know as 'thinking', any longer...but I don't fear death the way you do. Death is just a natural part of life, and there is no need to fear it so.
If you would be honest, you know there is a huge difference in making fun of christians and muslims.
Bengazzi, is a perfect example. Had the killers been christians over a make fun of christians tape, obama would've been saying No excuse!!!
Instead of lying about the muslim one in order to not hurt his election./)