are you serious, when was it ever applied that he was saying that as a Christian, or a person with faith, that he was better then those who aren’t? I don’t know if while growing up you had a bad experience with religion or if your surrounded by overzealous religious people who act like anything but the way they should according to the bible, but the core actions of being a Christian is to love, not judge, have a understanding heart, help others and be moral. And thats not in a arrogant way.
For those who call themselves Christian but still judge, act selfish and breed hate do not personify anything what they are supposed to be about and hurt the cause i.e westboro church and to a extent, this guy who predicted the fake rapture.
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I think you meant ‘implied,’ not ‘applied.’ To apply something means to put it to use. If something is ‘applied,’ it can also refer to relevance. In addition, one can use ‘apply’ as a verb without an object, in which case it would mean to make a request.
Actually, this entire paragraph was so poorly written, I didn’t bother to finish it. Stay in school, kid.
P.S. Children under 13 probably shouldn’t be on Buzzfeed – there’s some NSFW stuff on here! Do your parents know you’re surfing these sites?
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