Lefty Posted March 13, 2019 Share Posted March 13, 2019 During my active days as a believer, I spent quite a bit of time trying to understand just what a Christian should do. As a child, I went to churches on occasion, but once I started my search as an adult for what it means to be Christian, I quickly found a real problem within Christianity; the practice of attending a church service in a building. From what I have read within their own book, I see no reason or call for such practices, doctrinally speaking. I settled that it is merely proof of the claims within the book that there are many false prophets and false teachers out there in the world because I can find nothing in the scriptures to support "church services". Maybe I missed something? I think not. So, why do they exist? Are church buildings doctrinally correct? I say no, that they are an invention of men driven by greed and the thirst for power and control of the masses. I will even go so far as to claim that the overall concept was and is a state-approved practice designed to serve as one of many ways the state keeps the masses under government control for the ease of management. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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