Don't be mad at them religious people were raised to make as many mistakes as they want because as long as they say sorry, there's no consequences in the afterlife
@generic zombie, Didn't know God was Canadian
@generic zombie, that's not how this works. That's not how any of this works
@generic zombie, according to some religions.
@Fun Facts 101, That's basically how most major religions work
@generic zombie, theres always consequences for peoples actions. no matter what.
@generic zombie, there's a difference between saying sorry and feeling remorse
@Fun Facts 101, I find that fact not fun. You lied to me
@generic zombie, Not quite. If you don't reconcile (realign yourself to God's will), then you haven't finished the repentemce process.
@TheKen42, Well, the thing is that that's just the way you were taut. Other religions, other denominations, other churches, and other individuals all have their own interpretations.
Like for me, @generic zombie's statement was true. I was raised southern baptist and told that I would always sin no matter what but all I had to do was ask for forgiveness and I'd be good to go. I was also told to pray as often as I can because I might die suddenly after committing a sin without having asked for forgiveness.
@generic zombie, Christians who hold this belief have no basis in the Bible to draw on for support.
The TL;DR for the Bible is basically that it's about who you are, not what you do. But if you act like an a$$hole, it probably means you're an a$$hole, and your efforts to repent are pretty much wasted because you're not changing anything.
@Luhnkhead, any other religions, I can't rightly speak for
@Luhnkhead, and really, there's more TL;DRs for the Bible, depending on how far down the theological rabbit hole you want to go
Come along any Sunday everybody welcome