Is it better to be a catholic or a Protesen?
Don't listen to those who hate faith and no nothing of God. I've met people who go to Catholic Churches that are wonderful people who have faith in Christ, and I've met people at protestant churches who are wonderful people and have faith in Christ.
I've also met people from both, who have no faith, and are not so wonderful people. The church you go to doesn't matter. If it preaches the gospel, and the members of it act in love towards each other, then it doesn't matter. Even Martin Luther wanted the church to remain whole, he just wanted the Catholic church to reform.
Nah you gotta be protestant! haha tho I believe you put god first and always be careful of preachers because they like to twist the bible into their own words which causes problems! If you really cant make ure mind up on relgion then just lead a good life morally pure life.
You need to study the theology, what they believe and make a informed decision. There is a big differance between the two not so much as to salvation, but as to application. Pray about it, and read your Bible God will show you the way. Blessings, Christianwalk
Wow guys, I didnt know "Neither" was a choice. Just look into both of them, which ever one you think matches more of your belief system I guess.
They're both man-made so it makes little difference. If you want to do humanity's progression a favour I suggest you dump the both of them.
Agreed. Believe in God, THOROUGHLY study the available doctrine, and let your own conscience be your guide after that.
One isn't better than the other. It just depends on how you want to worship.
they are both christians. different rules, same result. what does it matter?
Neither is better, it just depends on the person and what they prefer.
Neither... Find a different hobby. You will be much happier...
I always thought it was the G-d not the organization.
check it out. see which gets more benefits :P
d0esnt matter as l0ng as you believe in God
You choice of denomination isn't important.
in my opinion, neither