Christians' Beliefs About Life

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Christians' Beliefs About Life

One can understand why one might agree, because of free will. We are

allowed to make our own rational choices, the story of Adam and Eve

illustrates this belief. However, those choices have to be made wisely

and they may not only affect the individual but also affect others and

society (Abortion and Euthanasia).

God have given us many teachings about life, in the bible and he has

told us that every person is an individual and is unique therefore

giving us all the right to make our own interpretations about life.

Nevertheless, he also tells us that we must spread the word of God,

this means the beliefs and the teaching of the gospels about the

sanctity of life, and “you shall not kill so what Christian’s belief

about life is not up to them

In the ten commandment they set down a set of rules and in these rules

there is a rule which states that one ‘shall not kill’ this means that

people must belief that life is special (no matter what someone may

individually think) and must be protected at all costs, like the

Catechist teaching. However, the Quakers have no such rules and

believe that each person has their own unique situation and that they

will be guided by the Holy Spirit, to make the right decision. So that

they can make their own decisions about life.

A general belief by many Christians is that one should show care and

compassion for all non-Christians, even those who are weak in society,

unborn or dying. However, one cannot force this view on anyone because

the Sanhedrin in the New Testament tried to force their beliefs on

Jesus, and he rejected the legalistic approach of the Pharisees and

Scribes.

But, Jesus challenged these approaches and then was murdered by

crucifixion by the Sanhedrin and the Romans. He disputed the authority

and was murdered and so we should dispute the authority of the Pope

and his archbishops and bishops. They must not make an ill-advised
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