Like all pro and con (is that the right way to phrase that?) views on religion, it doesn’t take the whole of it into account, and is very selective in it’s criticism. Yes, you should love your enemies, but it would be stupid not to have the means to protect yourself seems blaringly obvious to me. To me, being a Christian means to be Christ-like, which essentially means to be a good person, to treat others with kindness, respect and dignity. I’m a far way from being Christ-like in that sense, but it doesn’t stop me trying to be the best person I can be, and it doesn’t stop others trying to be Christ-like if they’re not Christians or don’t have a faith either – I hope I explained that how I meant it.Add your thoughts here… (optional)
Why does every intelligent Christian disobey Jesus?