While I am of another religion, I do feel like how you picture your faith is based on your perspective. Faith comes in all shapes and sizes.
Religion is the most important issue of mankind, and it is easy for him to cause disagreement. I understand very well why the board of directors is trying to block some religious content.
In China where I live, there are all kinds of religions, Mahayana Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and even a few Hindu "Krishna" factions, Baha'i. In addition, there are some very silly Marxists (they claim to believe in this too). A lot of people will think of me as an alien. They asked me why I believed in Jesus. Few of my relatives believed in Jesus. But I insisted on being different from them, as if I had betrayed them. They even threatened me.
I answered them that all human beings come from God's creation, so there are always some similar elements in the religion that some people participate in, but the truth is Jesus, the only one.
They retorted that it was only my own opinion. I answered them that if all judgments come from one's own reason, then there is no need for religion and one can only believe in oneself, but it is clear that human beings can not solve all problems by relying on oneself. I told them that my first reason came not from myself, but from the inspiration of Jesus; so let me judge that this is right, or that error, from faith, not from my reason.
Obviously, I have only a few friends, most of whom regard me as an enemy, but I am happy because Jesus helped me face all this. In my heart, the glory of human history belongs to the Middle Ages, not to my Han culture.
I'm Gabriel Domist, a Catholic conservative, and a Domist. I was born in a dangerous zone. Please pray for me. I will always remember what Jesus said. “Jesus saith to him: I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No man cometh to the Father, but by me. ” ( John 14:6 )
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