Christian Nerdfighters

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Pray For Paris/France 1 Reply

Please take the time to pray for the people of Paris and all of France in their time of turmoil. When one part of a nation is hurting, the whole nation feels its pain!Continue

Started by Chelsea-Nicole Warren. Last reply by Danno Nov 16.

A Prayer for Pakistan and the World

Father God, we pray that you keep those in Pakistan, especially the school children, safe from the immediate danger that the Taliban poses to be. We pray that you help those who were hurt and put a…Continue

Started by Chelsea-Nicole Warren Dec 16, 2014.

Christian Blog!!

I just started a blog for Christians in which I'll be sharing Bible verses and my thoughts about them... it's kind of like a devotional blog and I'll even share some of the sermons I write for my…Continue

Started by Chelsea-Nicole Warren Nov 28, 2014.

Prayer Chain 16 Replies

I made this discussion so that those with prayer requests can come here and post what it is they need prayer for so that we can pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ!I'll start the chain:Prayer…Continue

Started by Chelsea-Nicole Warren. Last reply by Chelsea-Nicole Warren Sep 21, 2014.

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Comment by Charlotte Lee on September 7, 2015 at 10:08am

KJ, the problem with acting like a Christian, yet being an Athiest, is that Christians' actions are driven by God. It would be a little hard to act as a Christian being an Athiest, you get me? No one is really "better" in God's eye, because every human being screws up, even Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Jews, you name it. Everyone has screwed up. The only thing that (I believe) really differentiates us from other humans is whether or not you've accepted Jesus and are then covered by God's grace. I hope this helps, and thank you for asking questions. 

Comment by K.J. on August 24, 2015 at 11:29am

i think someone acting how a christian should act and is an athiest is better in gods eye that someone who doesnt act like a christian should act but believes in god.   Any thoughts?

Comment by K.J. on August 24, 2015 at 11:26am

I believe in god and i believe in treating people well. Is that enough?

Comment by Danno on May 20, 2015 at 7:16pm


Comment by Bryan Rosander, FL on February 17, 2015 at 8:45am

Most people ask questions by adding a discussion.

That's what most of our discussions are really.

Comment by Kali (>‿◠)✌ (Tavy) on February 16, 2015 at 8:07pm

Can I ask some more questions?

Comment by Jojo Huxley on August 28, 2014 at 2:39am

I read back a bit and came across the theory that Paul was 'asexual'. I never like those kinds of labels and such and I don't think we can really define people by them, but I was always told that what Paul talked about was the gift of 'abstinence', which like all gifts from God are something you are given in the spirit. My parents told me that many missionaries were abstinent/celibate, which is not to say that they didn't experience sexual urges, but also not to say that they, in fact, did not. I could call myself an 'asexual' but I don't care for identifying myself by a sexual preference, or in this case a lack thereof. 

What I mean to say is that whether or not people are 'born this way' is irrelevant. We are all born sinners and we all have different gifts. We all struggle with certain things and have inclinations toward different sins. We're all different parts of the body of Christ so it makes sense that we would function differently. 

Comment by Kali (>‿◠)✌ (Tavy) on July 22, 2014 at 2:54pm

Well for your question. I was never really religoius I have only gone ti cheney a few times. I really loved science so I began comparing it to god and religion and that's why I became an atheist.

Comment by Matt C on July 22, 2014 at 11:56am

Great, I love questions!

1- Another complicated one, and I can't know the answer, and frankly probably risky for me to speculate. But first off, in Romans 9:15 God says "I will have mercy on whom I have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I have compassion." As far as I can tell, no one is off the table for God's compassion, maybe even after death.

But, I really believe some sort of "hell" exists (or will exist, but let's not get technical here), and I think that, sadly, some people will probably choose to go there rather than stay in God's presence. I don't really have time, atm, to go into all the different theologies of hell, but you can send me a message if you really want to talk about it.

2 Why do you choose to be an atheist? What philosophies, books, or teachers do you follow to guide your life, if any? What is your opinion of Christians, and how do we compare to other religious folks?

Comment by Kali (>‿◠)✌ (Tavy) on July 21, 2014 at 6:55pm

I have two more questions.

1- Am I going to "hell"?
2- Do you have any questions about atheistism?


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