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Marley17 July 7th, 2013 2:27am

Would you or have you ever told someone that what they believe / their religion is wrong?

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tdaddy Kentucky
07/07/13 5:06 am

Well, of course! Everyone with a religion *knows* the other guy's religion is wrong. If Martin Luther (not M.L.King) hadn't done much PROTESTing then it's likely the majority of today's PROTESTants would be Roman Catholics today.

Marley17 or is it just me...
07/07/13 11:45 am

But have you ever told someone outright that their religion is wrong?

tdaddy Kentucky
07/07/13 12:10 pm

Ahh, no, that would be a waste of time. I don't know what I was thinking. When you tell somebody their religion is wrong you have to give them something to fill the hole. People who can't do that are wasting their time.

ishady 86451132020
07/07/13 4:28 am

If I told you dinosaurs were alive and well and living in Cleveland, ohio. Would you tell me its not true?
Or do you still respect my " belief " of that?
At what point do you tell someone they are wrong?

Marley17 or is it just me...
07/06/13 8:56 pm

FriendA was telling me how FriendB told her how FriendA's religion is wrong and how FriendB's made more sense.

Marley17 or is it just me...
07/06/13 8:57 pm

Wow, that is terribly worded...

babyboomer1 The flatulance express
07/06/13 8:52 pm

Religion is taboo. Never cross someone's beliefs. You're better off to talk about anything but religion/politics.

Mooo42Q Thats Nucking Futs
07/06/13 8:28 pm

Its not my place.
I don't wan't their beliefs pushed on me
And i won't push my lack of beliefs on you.

Keldeo Laverre City
07/06/13 8:16 pm

I don't think I've ever said "you're wrong and I'm right", but I've argued for my views plenty.

aurealis the sky
07/06/13 7:34 pm

Never. You have a right to believe what you desire to. And I am no judge to claim I know which religion is supreme.

shellybaxter1234 Peaceful Place
07/06/13 7:31 pm

With very good friends I've discussed where are beliefs differ but I would never just say they were wrong