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PostSubject: To phenomenal_graffiti and Christianity   Sun Feb 28, 2010 10:29 am

Hi Graffiti,

You are totally right in your 3 previous topics... You know... It is just Christianity...
In fact, all you have posted here are derived from the Church's teachings...
In other words, they are men's stories and rules which are very far from, if not sometimes opposite of, Jesus teachings.
Jesus came to simply describe our actual life exactly as it is, in a way that no other one did.
So Jesus helped me understand myself and others to no limit... to the point I have no reason to fear anymore anything and anyone...
In other words, Jesus teachings saved me from possible fears which may arise due to a lack of true knowledge.

Finally if you have succeeded in reaching the perfection in your knowledge then you are surely in your right path.
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PostSubject: reply to SimpleLife   Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:23 pm

Point taken. Thank you for your candor. Faith, to an extent, at least opens the door to true Christianity, which I contend I have found.

J.
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