Chris Enloe: A Comparative Analysis

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I do not think that Christianity has to deal with all of the problems in the world. Some may say that Christianity is bad because throughout some parts of history Christianity was forced on to other cultures. Some people, including this article, might also say that Christianity lead to discrimination and separation between races. However, the Bible states that all human beings are equally created in the image and likeness of God (Genesis 1:26-27) God does not see color as a separation or difference between his children. As humans there is sin that corrupts our thoughts and actions making us imperfect. Racism and sexism happened and there is nothing that can change that, however, society has come a long way at adapting to new, more equal views towards one another. Christians believe that you should love and treat others the way you want to be treated just as God loves all people.
In the Middle East there are religious
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Love is an affection that God will always have towards his children, all people, since he created humanity. It would only make sense that God is viewed in a higher authoritative position over people. Also, parents should be put above children when looking at authority. God gave people the gift of parents so that children would have people to watch over them and keep them safe. Lastly, when looking at different races, ethnicities, and genders the Bible never says that any one is better than the other. “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus” (Galatians 3:28). This passage basically states that God does not see a difference between races, ethnicity, nor gender because all people are his children and he loves them equally. This is how we as humans should view each other as well; as

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