Don’t Pray For Me



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  1. #1 by silenceofmind on July 22, 2014 - 8:14 PM

    The Christian is taught intercessory prayer.

    That is, to pray on behalf of others.

    Praying for others is one way to full the the greatest commandment, “Love thy neighbor as thy self.”

    Only the atheist could translate the Christian, “i love you,” into a message of hate.

    • #2 by popreflection on July 22, 2014 - 8:19 PM

      It is the context with which Christians often use this phrase that is pointed out here. Such as – for example – when you have a debate with a Christian about religion and they are not able to provide any viable arguments to make their point, so they “close” the argument by saying this incredibly patronizing thing “I pray for you” – which is their polite way of saying “Fuck You”.


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