[Describing the "inevitable" Christian goverment that will arise]
I believe that all people who are of a different religion should be given the freedom to worship as they see fit. Those, however, who have been born into the Church, who have made Covenant promises and oaths through baptism and the Holy Eucharist, and especially those who have taken special oaths to keep the Church pure from heresies, should be held to a higher standard. Those religions, while they would have freedom to worship as they see fit, they should and would never be given an equal standing with the Christian religion in terms of being able to proselytize and hold public office.
['In your near-Utopian Christian country described above, would I be killed if I 'preached' agnosticism to the masses?']
If you are a citizen (i.e., a baptized member of a Christian Church), and if you refused to repent, then yes.
If you are an alien, you could be deported, jailed, or yes, even executed, if you persisted.
Treyfrog, Unchained Radio 37 Comments
[2/5/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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