Reflection Paper On Christianity

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Forgive the length of this, but I really wanted to get this off my chest after so many years. I’ve been a Christian for my entire life, but I do not consider myself a religious person. I was raised in the Lutheran church so most of my beliefs come from there although I don’t really associate myself with any church anymore. When I was around 17, I began to become skeptical and question my beliefs due to being subjected to logical science most of my life. I can’t ignore logic, as that would be, well, illogical! But God, in many people’s eyes, does not fall into the realm of logic due to being a non-physical eternal deity. My theory, which is was brought upon by a friend, is that God is such a vast concept that he cannot be comprehended by the human mind or science.…show more content…
I’m can’t and won’t follow something because of a book from centuries that was written by men (Not God, they were influenced by him though). Anyway, I’m digressing. What I want to talking about is one of the main reasons why I have been questioning Christianity is because of the attitude of fellow Christians. There seems to be a sort of superiority complex when it comes to not just Christians, but religious people in general. I understand that not every person is like this, however when religion is criticized for having intolerant hypocrites, these are usually the kind of people that they are referring to. Many Christians condemn homosexuality for being a sin and the practice of it. However, I’ve never understood this. Who cares if someone has a different sexual preference than you do? Why is it so wrong to be different? And yes, I know that the bible explains that marriage should be between a man and a women, but that doesn’t justify judging others for their sexual

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