Answer: This can depend on the background of the individual. When I was 14, I was curious about magic mushrooms and decided to eat them to find out what happens. They were fresh and legal in the UK at the time. I had these extremely powerful feelings surround me. I was not scared at all. It was like the things I knew and loved so much easily fitted in with the rest of the world around me. My imagination expanded and I enjoyed speaking to people more.
6 months later, I did some self tests and discovered that my AQ had decreased from 24 to 15. I still believe myself to have autistic traits, but I am no longer afraid of any consequences. This helped me to realise one important goal in life: survival of oneself and protection of the spirit that holds the body together. I had taken a huge step in life and could not return to my past self.
Answer: The entire church is composed of many "one members." When even one is reconciled, the entire church sees a slight lift in morale, and morality. The reconciliation can also encourage others to follow the example.
Answer: Yes, of course. People should marry who they want to marry! Some churches require that one person is of the the other persons denomination. One may want to check with their pastor or priest on that. However their answer is technically irrelevant as a person should marry whoever they love. A person marries another person not the other persons philosophical beliefs.
Answer: During the early Christian era, before the Great Schism, the Roman Catholic Church and the Greek Orthodox Church did not exist as separate entities - there was only a Church that is now called the Catholic-Orthodox Church. Nevertheless, there were differences between the two sections of the one Church:
The western Church, which was later to become the Roman Catholic Church, used Latin, while the eastern Churches used Greek;
The western Church celebrated Easter at a different time of year than the eastern Churches.
The bishop of Rome regarded himself as of higher standing in the Church than the other Metropolitans of the Church;
The eastern primates generally had more autonomy from decision of the emperor than did the bishop of Rome.
Answer: In most cases no, a Church of Christ member would not need to getbaptized again when joining a Baptist church, as long as you werebaptized after belief and not as an infant. Baptists believe thatbaptism is for believers and babies are too young to be believers.
Answer: Yes but the most haunted one is linda vista hospital. Me and my buddies went there to see my friend because he works there and we heard like a little girl saying "leave or die" and believe it or not but it really was a voice.