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Christian state

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa Nasinu While this writer is not in favour of Fiji being declared as a Christian State because we live in a multi-ethnic and multi-religious society, this does not
14 Oct 2012 09:22

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa
Nasinu
While this writer is not in favour of Fiji being declared as a Christian State because we live in a multi-ethnic and multi-religious society, this does not mean that true Christianity is against human rights.
One’s conclusion of Christianity seems to be formed from human perception of what Christians believe, their actions in the past and what other religious state have done.
Jesus the Christ, the Son of God, the Creator who became flesh founded the Christian church and is the Head of the Church.
He has given all the gift of choice and therefore a true Christian State will allow its people to exercise their God given freedom of choice in matters of religion and lifestyle.
Christians, in the true sense of the word are those who have accepted Him as their Lord and Saviour and whose lives are being transformed into Christ’s character through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit.
In its truest form, a Christian State, led by true Christian leaders, living under true Christian principles is heaven on earth, the way the world should be.
Sadly, we live in a fallen world and the only true Christian State we will enjoy is in heaven, prepared by the Creator for those who choose to accept the free provision He has made.




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