Why I Hate Christianity

I think we all love Jesus, but when it comes to the Christian faith, I think it’s time to stop thinking about Jesus.

I was raised as a Christian, but my beliefs about the faith changed after I came to terms with the death of my mother.

I was raised with the idea that Jesus died on the cross and that he rose again in heaven to be a glorified, glorified God.

But when I started to think about the Christian scriptures I realized that Jesus didn’t really die on the Cross.

He was raised from the dead, but it wasn’t a resurrection.

When I was 14 years old, my father died and my mother died.

My father was a priest and my mum was a housekeeper.

My father died when I was 16, and I didn’t know how to be happy.

It was the worst experience of my life, and it made me very sad.

The only way I could see God was through the cross, and that’s how I felt about Christianity for the rest of my adult life.

I became a Jehovah’s Witness, and the way I saw God changed.

After the Jehovah’s Witnesses came out, I found that they didn’t just want to preach the gospel.

They wanted to take my money.

They took my house.

They even took my car.

They took my daughter.

They didn’t take my job.

They tried to get me to quit my job, because they said it was killing me.

In my 20s, I had to start making some money.

I had a good job.

My wife and I were living comfortably.

We had three kids.

I was doing OK financially, but I was worried about my health.

Eventually, I started having heart problems and I stopped going to church.

Even after the Jehovahs Witnesses came back, I still didn’t want to go to church, so I didn, too.

Then I was 25 and my wife and two of my kids left me.

I thought I would have to find something else.

I started reading the Bible, and when I got to the end of the book, I realized I wasn’t supposed to believe anything I wasn