Why do Christians feel they have to be offended by everything?
Why is it Christians – who will plaster their religion all over cars, billboards, and just about every flat surface they can manage and then some – find that something even so small and personal as wearing a pentacle is offensive and outrageous? Pretty much every time I step out of my house there’s some Christian propaganda in my face, but the minute I pull our so much as a tarot card it’s all “This is a family establishment, you can’t do that here.”
Suggestion by Jesse
Because Christians feel that the world is Christian, and anything that isn’t Christian in any way, shape or form (or how they see it)
A) Is blasphemy
B) Should be illegal
Suggestion by Candy B
Ummmm….honey I don’t care what you wear or pull out. I see it on TV every day. I don’t get offended by everything, however, I do get annoyed when I can’t go anywhere w/ your dick ass mocking me over something that I’m rather quite about.
Suggestion by Shinji Ikari
It’s political correctness.
How does numerology fall into place with the bible?
Also, what about other things in the occult. like white magic, telepathy, lucid dreaming, mystiques, tarot cards. I just don’t understand. If your intentions are good, then how can such things be condemned by the bible. If I was born under these cosmic forces (according to numerology) & that is what makes me who I am then how can the study of such be evil. Please give me any insight.
I want educated answers only!!
Suggestion by Linda Fallsrock
Chances are numerology is just a game, not having anything to do with God.
Suggestion by sibia t
it doesnt fall into the bible sorry, thats not what makes you who you are , God is
Suggestion by Silver
biblical numerology is the study of numbers in the bible. two of the most commonly repeated numbers in the bible are 7 and 40. the number 7 signifies completion or perfection, 40 is the number of probation or trial.
as far as tarot cards and the like, nothing connected to spiritism, witchcraft, astrology, etc. is God’s intention for us as a means to discover information