Of course people think the Bible is more “peaceful”. Most western countries already went through the pains of separating government from religion.
Of course, all of this ignores questions that start nagging in young minds, like: Is this really sincere? Is this really what Jesus meant by fellowship? Are these really the biggest problems in my country? What if America just isn’t meant to be that special? Shouldn’t I be feeling more? Shouldn’t my elders set a better example? What if this just isn’t me? Why can’t I be myself here? Do I have to be so smug about this? And then, if a kid dares to speak up, the consequences can be…rather unfriendly as he or
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“What if America just isn’t meant to be that special?” is a question that makes a lot of mis/uninformed people in the United States panic.
Substitute “South” with “Peninsular” and “Yankee” with “Criollo”, and you get the battle — which has raged since the Mexican War for Independence — for the soul of Mexico in terms any American can understand.
Si algo nos ha enseñado Dios a través de sus Iglesias es que si alguien te ama debe darte dinero.
— Eduardo Salles (@sallesino) May 17, 2012
God split himself into a myriad parts that he might have friends.” This may not be true, but it sounds good—and is no sillier than any other theology.
Que Mictlantecuhtli te bendiga.
But of course