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The OP chose to link to a Hindu exhibiting

Christian values. That opened up the discussion to philosophies of religion. The Op, not being a Christian himself, would likely be open to hearing about Christianity from a Buddhist perspective, as well as seeing how the two philosophies go together.

If you read the earlier comments, you will see that I did "participate in the discussion" with a lengthy comment. The dialogue progressed from there. Not everything is easily explained, as you pointed out in your other comment, which I did bump, btw. Christian values are not necessarily so far away from the values of other faiths.

In any event, it was clear to me that the OP asking for information and I provided some food for thought, rather than quoting chaper and verse, which wouldn't help anyone not familiar with the practice of Christianity to understand anything other than the "this is how it is or you go to hell" attitude held by some (certainly not all nor by the majority of) Christians who have posted here. Some food is good for some and not for others. Whatever works well on someone's path, is what that person should pursue, no? We each have our own roads to travel to find that which we seek.

“It is the food which you furnish to your mind that determines the whole character of your life.”
―Emmet Fox