Persecution Of Christianity

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Your point of view is well taken, Christianity once coming out of the Roman persecutions and becoming part of the Roman Empire Christianity took on a mission of intolerance towards nonbelievers and strongly against other religions. The people of Europe were constantly attacked for their nonbelief in the new religion that was predictably wanting to take over the world. Today, as back then, Christians go about their business blessing people, asking if they have been saved, do you want to know Jesus Christ, how about attending church with me this Sunday, and don't you want to go to heaven. Jesus intentions was to convert the world through love and actions. As you say he gave us the free will to do as we please with our lives. The first course

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