video : a Christian getting “uncomfortable” by the questioning of her religion

2016

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    1. Come on Roland, get real… that girl missed an opportunity to turn her brain on! What IS religious harassment are those street preachers, those tv-evangelists, those mega churches, and back-yard pastors that spread nonsense and rip people off that can least afford it with a threat of hell on their lips when ask to justify their gigantic and ridiculous claims. Those who cannot be happy before they have cough the last insecure person to fall into their lucrative business trap. So stop kidding your self!

      1. Well I’m not a believer but… if I was, I’d feel alone with such a comment that I can choose to turn on my brain and basically that I believe in s***, whatever my cultural brackground, teachings etc… I don’t really like being interrupted by missionaries but that’s okay, what harm do they do to you if you have enough confidence within yourself? The girl in the video was not preaching or anything, she’s not a missionary, she’s just the average girl on a lunch break at uni, and this guy comes along thinking he is some kind of white night atheist that’s so righteous that he has to present things in way that this poor girl does not know what she’s thinking, needs to be brainwashed back, well who the hell does he think he is? If she wants to believe in God and is happy that way, then let it be that way.

        about the hypocrit money making religious industry, including but not limited to: the Vatican and all you’ve mentionned, I perfectly agree with you, I do, only, that’s beyond the scope of this video. Had the guy been interviewing ( pissing off sounds more adequate) a money oriented religous hipocrit, then I’d agree with you. But here we’re talking about an average girl whose only crime is to have apparently been brought up in a family that values Christian values, big deal, let’s arrest her for not being correctly aligned with nowaday’s social tyrany.

        1. Roland, my comment was about your claim of “religious harassment” pointing out what religious harassment and how others really suffer from it – first the young ones being brainwashed, then all the missionary effort (can’t be happy as long as not all believe like they do) and then to bring their religion into legislating laws that effect others (negatively) that do not share their believes. Reason should be the base of society not fairy tale believes that claim an advantage because “god is on their side”!
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-kANR1vJkM

    2. that’s religious harassment in your face… that girl is right to walk away

      Funny. One question about the wisdom of her god belief is “harassment.”

  1. The pivotal question that ticked off the Christian girl was, “Do you think that’s a smart thing to do?” (i.e., rely on faith over proof). She immediately reacted to the unsaid but clearly implied statement, “I think that you’re not smart for doing that”. Two key lessons: 1) the form of a question can imply a statement, which many can see immediately, and 2) many use their religion as a practical source of comfort. So it’s no surprise that questioning someone’s faith would make them feel uncomfortable. Nonetheless Marcel seemed a bit surprised by this reaction.

  2. Your approach seems a little “in your face.” You need a gentler, friendlier approach or else people will put up a wall. You need to let them tell you instead of you assuming why they believe. Don’t give them the answers you think are right. You should let them give you the answers and thus get them to think about what and why they believe.

    1. Your approach seems a little “in your face.” You need a gentler, friendlier approach or else people will put up a wall.

      well, how much gentler does an approach have to be??? She is a young adult and she should not be so surprised thinking about questions that do have an impact on their lives and that they have malt over for decades in the family, church, etc.
      To then feel uncomfortable just shows that she swallowed and never reflected what it was she was fed. So, altogether the topic cannot have been important to her. Time to wake up….

  3. Welcome to the coddled generation. Just say you’re “uncomfortable” and you can avoid every difficult situation for the rest of your life!

    Right…

  4. I believe you can never take things slow enough in a sensitive conversation, some people need some time to reflect before they can answer comfortably.
    Great cinematography. You earned a subscriber.

  5. I think what you’re doing is great, but, I think you should check out Anthony Magnabosco’s videos, because I think the methods he using are a little more refined for accomplishing the same thing you’re trying to accomplish.

    Things like building rapport, allowing time to think, and only focusing on asking people why they believe, clarifying what they mean, asking about if they’d grown up elsewhere in the world, and how they can find what’s true.

    1. I think what you’re doing is great, but, I think you should check out Anthony Magnabosco’s videos, because I think the methods he using are a little more refined for accomplishing the same thing you’re trying to accomplish.

      Things like building rapport, allowing time to think, and only focusing on asking people why they believe, clarifying what they mean, asking about if they’d grown up elsewhere in the world, and how they can find what’s true.

      just trying to show them yhe light is more than enough.

      😂😂😂😂😂😂

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