As so often christians do, you pose a rhetorical question. Such questions can not be answered. Like this topic is one: Why should Jesus love you. This is rhetorical as it does not allow to question the existence of Jesus or even his loving. Rhetorical questions are a underhanded ways of discussion, stating something but masking it as a question for something else.<quoted text>
lol... You just asked 12!
I know you have a mission Mark, but honestly, let me ask you a question or 3.
Do you know how much you come across like an interrogator, or have you ever been interrogated to know ? I have...
What is your urgency to try and make any believe or not? Surely everyone has a right one way or the other, even as you and thousands of others - religious or not - do... or is it just the Christian faith which concerns you the most?
What you are basically saying is: you want to make us disbelieve.
Well that is your opinion of things, and I respect that, even though I do not share it. In my perception we are here in public roam not in a one to one private conversation. We exchange ideas and people may or may not take not of that.
Let me ask you another question, why are christians plastering this thread with daily prayers, bible quotes if you believe no one else is reading it, than the people you are discussing with?
See it like this. You are promoting an inferior product that is health hazard in the media, and i am defending consumer interests by putting up warning signs. It is an act of true Love, not mercy.