Discussion in 'Debates & Contests' started by usfan, Mar 12, 2019.
^ thanks for validating my post
I will accept a slight challenge.
Christianity... Before you refute this argument, are all to be considered as Christians or only a few?
In other words, is Christianity, which you have a desire to 'sharpen' a world wide faith or a faith limited to specifics??
I will add in a few points from which you can refute.
Is the language spoken in Syria, for example, the same as the language we are conversing typographically in, the same?
So would the Christianity practiced and observed in Syria be the same as the Christianity practised and observed by 'English' speakers??
Is practiced spelled practiced or practised?? And from which English speaking 'region"??
Should the founding 'Christians' be the providers to the new born Christians or should the new born/babe Christians be the providers for the 'founding' Christians??
If The Apostle Paul 'oversaw' the Churches in the 'regions' he was 'over' as, is The Apostle Paul the ONLY 'evangel' which evangelized outside of Y'srael???
And if 'Christianity' began within the Churches which The Apostle Paul was overseer as, are all believers considered to be of those regional Churches; namely being 'overseen' by The Apostle Paul??
Although not in Scriptures, it is reported that Thomas was 'evangel' to India.
And so the question to which refutation is being asked for....
What IS Christianity in the first place?
If khris-tee-an-os', or, Χριστιανός, οῦ, ὁ, depending on 'gender', I suppose, is the Greek way of referring to the 'first' 'Christians' there was, but not yet probably even in the original 'language' which was spoken by the first 'Christians', seeing they lived in Antioch in Syria or very nearby; and seeing that Syria more probably NOT than so, DID NOT speak fluent 'Greek', what were 'they' truly called other than the Greek Χριστιανός, οῦ, ὁ, khris-tee-an-os', and what WAS their OWN definition of that 'term' which us rendered in Greek as Christianos??
Which was/is rendered in Greek as Christianos from where we now have the term 'Christian'.
Yet the first 'Christians' more probably NOT than so, speaking Greek.
And if you'd like to add more salt to the open sore, arguing over non English beginnings in English as IF they were could be the MORE necessary refutation being needed.
William the First, or otherwise known as, William the Conqueror, was the 'first' King of the 'current' England?? If true, even he did not speak today's English.
Christianity is composed Christian, many of them, not a few.
I don't have the desire to sharpen anything. Christianity is a world-wide faith and isn't limited to specifics.
No, they are not.
The overall general theory of Christianity should be the same in both places. However some of the specific rules might need to be different from place to place to deal with their individual issues.
Its spelled practised in British english when used as a verb. In all other cases its practiced. Depends on the area you live.
It should be an exchange. People should provide to each other.
Separate names with a comma.