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"For a Christian to die for his/her beliefs does not make sense. It is better to live for them"

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"For a Christian to die for his/her beliefs does not make sense. It is better to live for them" In this question of the coursework I am going to look at reasons people give for and against the above statement. It is a waste of a life to offer up in death because you can no longer help the people that need your help the most. ...read more.

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If God wanted us to die for our faith people like Mother Teresa wouldn't be going against him because she lived her whole life to the full looking after people who need it. Christianity is about living out he Gospels, living life the way God wanted us to live. We can make a difference to change the world by being more thoughtful, more loving and helping one another and let jealousy not affect our lives. ...read more.

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Many saints have been martyrs because they have a strong Christian belief in God; Dying for your faith is like putting God first. It takes a lot of belief and courage for your faith I am personally against dying for your beliefs because God created us, and he wouldn't want us to waste our whole life. It's wrong because God created man and it should be only God to take our lives away. ?? ?? ?? ?? Amdg Ciaran O'connor ...read more.

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