Comment: Christianity is not supposed to be collectivist.

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Christianity is not supposed to be collectivist.

There is no "collective" salvation, for example. God loves us as individuals. We are called to faith and judged in the end as individuals.

Jesus said to first love God, then to love our neighbor as ourself. We are individuals capable of self-love.

The Bible teaches us not to kill (respect for life) and not to steal (respect for private property rights).

Jesus said give to Caesar what is Caesar's. Jesus never tried to change the earthly government. He never tried to enact "social justice" by using government FORCE. He came to teach us how to live morally, to save our souls from the death of sin, and build his kingdom in HEAVEN.

Ann in Florida