Criticism of Christianity

Criticism Of Christianity

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Throughout the history of Christianity, many have criticized Christianity, the church, and Christians. Some criticism specifically addresses Christian beliefs, teachings and interpretation of scripture. The formal response of Christians to such criticisms is described as Christian apologetics. Several areas of criticism include some claims of scripture itself, ethics of biblical interpretations that have been used historically to justify certain attitudes and behaviors, the question of compatibility with science, and certain Christian doctrines.

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