Did you hear about Tony Miano's tweet saying that he was praying that none of the pagan temples in Nepal would be rebuilt. What do you think of this? What do you think this suggests about the way religions treat each other?


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Rooster Cogburn Profile
Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

I believe the people of Nepal will build their temples again as it's their right and beliefs. I've studied them and referring to them as " Pagan" is a typical view of others that do not know any better. It just shows how most religions think that their religion is the only true one. That's not the case. If all religions would just get along and see each other as equals, there would be a lot less war and strife in the world. 

As I'm not a Christian myself, I believe that the Nepalese people will build their temples and worship as they have for hundreds of years.

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

I have no idea who Tony Miano is but if he is Christian he is one of the reasons I do not belong to an organized religion. He is missing the point of God and Jesus's teachings. You are suppose to love and help everyone whether you agree with their lifestyle or not.

1 John Chapter 4

20 If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: For he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?

21 And this commandment have we from him, That he who loveth God love his brother also.

Charles Davis Profile
Charles Davis answered

Why should he be any different then many of the other popular Christian preachers/apologists? Here's a link to Pat Robertson's foot in mouth quotes, you may find some similarities. Scroll down to his response as to why God wanted all the people killed that resided in Canaan.


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Taylor Brookes
Taylor Brookes commented
I just found the part where he says that US Christians are now being treated worse than how Hitler treated Jews... and he said that Hitler's supporters were Satanists and most of them were gay... Hitler killed gay people, too, so how does that work? And apparently UFO enthusiasts (or anyone who worships another God, the sun, moon or anything at all in the sky) should be stoned to death.
This guy needs to get his priorities straight....
Taylor Brookes
Taylor Brookes commented
Wait, this guy ran for president? I don't even live in America and I'm worried!
Charles Davis
Charles Davis commented
Yep he did, 1988. He's a quack, but has a large following for his TV show "The 700 club", I watch it once in a while to get a good laugh.
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ZombieE Lee answered

I say Tony needs to shut his mouth and help these people rebuild their shrines. They are going to rebuild them anyway with our without Tony's approval. Its their religion, and they are no less faithful to their faiths than Tony is to his. I'm just glad the rest of the world doesn't think like Tony. I read that many nations are sending aid and rebuilding assistance to Nepal. Thank God for that. "Pagan" or not, those temples are some of the most beautiful buildings on the planet and need to be restored.

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Nov Noveltman answered

Whenever someone says they're "praying for" something, I immediately recognize their lack of participation in life. How easy must it be for these believers in the supernatural? They just have to sit and pretend there's some conversation going on between them and their magic man in the sky--and that's "effort". Whatever.... Nothing could be more pointless or more useless.

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