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Submitted by Khalis (Malaysia), Dec 23, 2006 at 06:55

Another thing, I think that it is very weird when you say that . God ( Christians ) does not accept anyone to be good. That is why god sent Jesus to save mankind. Then why didn't god ( christians ) didn't help mankind to be good by giving a guidance to follow. The bible underwent many changes . Why ? Not good enough ? Who change it ? Man or mortals changes it.

In other words , there are two sides going on here. God says that no man is good enough to enter heaven. God brought down bible which man changes it because it is not good enough . In what sense is bible not good enough, I do not know but still they change it. Notice that God ( christians ) say that no one is good enough ( including all the priests and pope ) so there is no saying that priests and popes are the chosen people to make changes in the bible because god did not accept anyone.

However, to solve all the problem, god sent Jesus which to save everyone who believes in god and really meant it .
Why didn't god ( christians ) in the first place gave the ultimate guidance to mankind for them to be good ? Then, god didn't have to sent Jesus to sacrifice himself to safe everyone. In other words, god ( christians ) are denying the guidance that god ( christans ) gave to christians.

To sum everyting up what I understand christianity, bible is not needed because the bible is flawed. Some people say that the bible is changed by established religious people . Does it matter when god say that nobody will be accepted ? The only thing that hold christians is love. With love Jesus save everyone who believes. No fairness, I still don't agree with christianity.

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