Do good deeds get canceled out by bad deeds? Because that’s what is going on here; Christians go to impoverished people and they feed them; this is a good deed. But then the Christians trick these people into abandoning their traditional beliefs in favor of Christian myths, even though the traditional beliefs are just as plausible and just as likely to be the truth as Christian myths; this is a bad deed. Does one bad deed negate one good deed and mean that nothing has been achieved?
- Why can’t you be employed in a Christian run care home unless you have a live Church connection?
- How is it possible for a Christian to become self-actualized?
- Why do Christians constantly look for ways to make Jewish history into Christian history?
- What is a Catholic couple meant to do if they don’t get along anymore?
- Why are catholic priests around the world sexually abusing minors?