thread: 2006-08-31 : I think my expectations are screwed

On 2006-09-07, wundergeek wrote:

Tris: It's not that inclusivist Christians are all that rare. It's just that the assholes get all the publicity, and usually make a hell of a lot more noise. Thing is, with somewhere around a billion Christians in the world, there's no real way to pidgeon-hole Christianity into any one category. There's so damn many of us that there is rarely a official Christian viewpoint on anything. Hell, Christians can't even agree on what Christ's death *means* - although we do agree it happened.

The viewpoint of other religions as "anonymous Christians" is not a minority viewpoint, although I think in some cases it's a generational thing. Especially for us Catholics who have been born since Vatican II, and for the most part without ever being taught in school that non-Christians have a one-way ticket to hell.


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