I've yet to hear a workable theory as to why the majority of humans alive today are decent and compassionate instead of being selfish and greedy.
so it's therefore impossible for true Christians do do anything nasty because it's just not in their nature, their conscience simply won't allow it..
Again no offence, but my life experience over the years has been that you can always rely on nonchristians or atheists to let you down sooner or later
The South, the most populous region in the country, accounted for 41.3 percent of all violent crimes (lesser volumes of 22.9 percent were attributed in the West, 19.5 percent in the Midwest, and 16.2 percent in the Northeast).
Aggravated assaults accounted for the highest number of estimated violent crimes reported to law enforcement at 62.4 percent.
Firearms were used in 67.8 percent of the nation’s murders, 41.3 percent of robberies, and 21.2 percent of aggravated assaults (data on weapons used during forcible rapes is not collected).
In 2011, 64.8 percent of murder offenses, 41.2 percent of forcible rape offenses, 28.7 percent of robbery offenses, and 56.9 percent of aggravated assault offenses were “cleared”—either by the arrest of the subject or because law enforcement encountered a circumstance beyond its control that prohibited an arrest after the subject was identified (i.e., death of the subject).
43.2 percent of the estimated property crimes occurred in the South (followed by the West with 22.8 percent, the Midwest with 21.1 percent, and the Northeast with 13 percent).
Larceny-theft accounted for 68 percent of all property crimes in 2011.
Property crimes resulted in estimated losses of $156.6 billion.
Also cleared were 21.5 percent of larceny-theft offenses, 12.7 percent of burglary offenses, 11.9 percent of motor vehicle theft offenses, and 18.8 percent of arson offenses.
1 - Romeo proclaimed: so it's therefore impossible for true Christians do do anything nasty because it's just not in their nature, their conscience simply won't allow it..
Neologist said: Why then did Paul wrestle with the law within him? (Romans 7: 21-24)
2 -Romeo said: Again no offence, but my life experience over the years has been that you can always rely on nonchristians or atheists to let you down sooner or later
Neologist replied: Same goes for many who call themselves christian.