following the Great Leader
Ok this one will be about Christianity. No right or wrong answer, just opinions. I've always thought that once a Christian, always a Christian. But recently I've found something interesting:
Not trying to say that Christianity is like a claw that doesn't let go, but it is rare to find people who opt out from Christianity. Usually the population of Christians will grow at an exponential rate, ie your girl friend is Christian, she will want you to be Chiristian too; your parents are Christians, chances are you and your siblings will be Christians; your son is a Christian, he will ask you to become Christian. (did I just discover a progression that grows faster than exponential?)
Kim's father was a Christian... [He] attended a school founded by missionaries, and later attended church regularly; he was also a church organist. He taught [his son] Kim Il Sung to be an organist as well, and the boy attended church throughout his teens. "I, too, was interested in church," he once wrote, but later "I became tired of the tedious religious ceremony and the monotonous preaching of the minister, so I seldom went," although he acknowledged receiving a great deal of humanitarian assistance from Christians. Still, after taking power, Kim completely wiped out Christianity from his country, keeping a couple of churches for show but staffing them with actors and actresses to impress foreign visitors with his tolerance.
Was chatting with Amy and Grace about Christianity as well, about lust, about going to church.. Amy agreed that Christians nowadays are doing things that are quite un-Christians, while Grace herself just goes to church but not the devoted type.
Going church to know more girls, gambling, drinking and getting drunk, are all these expected of Christians?
I dunno. Anyway hope the police won't be arresting me for this entry...