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Was Gandhi a terrorist to say that he likes Christ but he does not like his Christians They are unlike their Christ?
Answer No. Gandhi was not a terrorist. The reason why he liked Christ is because Jesus is loving and wants us to love and "be at peace with all people whenever possi…ble". Gandhi saw that people who call them selves 'Christians' are not 'Christlike' (the meaning of Christian). Jesus is perfect, Christians are not, we are just saved from the consequence of our sin, separation from God and eternal damnation. As I see it, most of us are far off from being Christ-like and are not doing the things Jesus desired of our lives. But Gandhi missed the widom that accepting Christ as savior does not make this world or himself perfected till Jesus comes back for us. Answer Gandhi was most certainly not a terrorist. He was basically the opposite of a terrorist because terrorists cause suffering. He was a very peaceful man. He was probably making an observation based on some people he had observed who had the name of Christian but did not live up to the high ideals of their master. Answer No. Mr Gandhi was not a terrorist. He was only telling the truth, because some are Christians only in name, not in deeds. Matthew 15:7 Ye hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy of you, saying, 15:8 This people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me. Answer Gandhi was most likely a religious and moral man and called them as he saw them, honest of opinion.
Why did Gandhi say he likes Christ but he does not like Christians because they are unlike their Christ?
Answer 6 June 2009 Gandhi actually said "I admire Christ, but not Christians"; Gandhi liked/loved all people. It is impossible to say, for certain, why Gandhi made this comme…nt. He lived both in South Africa when it was under British rule, and later in India during the time of the Raj. It is not a matter of debate that, whilst Britain did bring benefits to India, it did so in a manner which was paternalistic and, at times, quite brutal. The fact that the ones doing this to the people of India proclaimed themselves to be followers of Christ, would quite possibly have made an impression on Gandhi, who, it appears, had read the Gospel accounts and saw that Christ's followers were quite unlike Christ Himself. Whereas Christ turned the other cheek, the British rulers could be harsh. Whereas Christ was a person who loved the weak, the oppressed, and the outcast the British rulers were seen to be rich, powerful and elitist. AnswerBecause he was right. There are very, very few Christ-like people in this world and Ghandi quite possibly never met one. This has always been the case; true Christians - not in just name only - are few and far between. Matthew 15:7 "Hypocrites, well did Esaiah prophesy of you, saying, 'This people draw nigh to me with their mouth, and honour me with their lips; but their hearts are far from me."Gandhi loved the Sermon on the Mount and all its teachings and urged his followers to read certain parts of the Bible and adhere to those principles. But, he did not agree with the divinity of the Christ or that no one may enter heaven except through him.For Gandhi, "God is Truth" and vice versa. Christ, like Gandhi, was nonviolent. How many Christians are nonviolent? Therefore, the quote strikes a chord with most people because it rings as absolute truth. Christ wrote "Give away your possessions and follow me." Like Christ, Gandhi had no possessions.
The son of God you came to die for our sins that we will be able to live in heaven when we pass over...of chourse you have to accept Christ first to get into heaven....
They can obtain resurrection They can obtain eternal life and happinessThey can do this only through belief and obedience to the doctrine of ChristThat the atonement of Chris…t provides a remission of sins.That baptism in the name of Christ through one that has the authority to do so applies the atonement.Failure to do this bring eternal damnation in hell fire. Read the Bible, beginning with the gospel of John, then the gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke.
All three words come from the Greek word Christos, which means "annointed one." "Annointed one" is understood to mean "Messiah," the savior. Christ refers to Jesus of Nazareth…, who is accepted as the Messiah by Christians. Christianity is the religion that believes that Jesus is the Messiah. A Christian is someone who believes in Christianity.
What do Christians mean when they say their beliefs are not just a doctrine but a living relationship with Jesus Christ?
personal relationship with Christ in walking,talking,praying and living for him.
No Christian is a fool for Christ 1. Christ doesn't see us like we are fools no he loves each and one of us. 2. If your meaning like fool but not in a good way well no Chr…istians should not be fool for Christ but if your meaning fool is in a good way like you should be a geek for Christ then yes because that way Christ will guide and u will have more experience with him. :)
Christ is the Greek translation of the Hebrew word Messiah, which means "anointed one."
its not just about obeying the bible and having good morals. its about being able to say jesus if you would like to take me home then do it. i trust that you will take care of… me. and its just about trusting him.
By submitting our wills to the Spirit and being sober and vigilant at all hours of the day.
Before Jesus, Christianity was Judaism waiting for a Messiah.
If you try to do it by yourself you'll fail. The first step is knowing Christ. As you spend time with him, you'll become more like him. The best way is to study the Bible, bot…h by yourself and with others; and to spend time talking to and listening to God. Again this can be done by yourself and with others. Matthew 18:20: "For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them."
God 'founded' Christianity, and Jesus is God. So yes.
He was like an ordinary man to see. Yet his appearance was no longer important to the apostles after he rose from the dead and went to heaven, as the Scripture says - 2 Corint…hians 5.16. Wherefore henceforth know we no man after the flesh: yea, though we have known Christ after the flesh, yet now henceforth know we [him] no more.
Jesus Christ is Lord, as Thomas said: And Thomas answered and said unto him, My LORD and my God (John 20.28)
by following the commands of Jesus.