Those Who Claim Christianity Harms Society Are Wrong!

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“the beneficent action of Christianity upon society”

So many liberals claim that Christianity is backward and harmful to the general welfare of society and the State. Such “modern” ideas are woeful wrong and outdated.

The Church has faced such accusations from the very beginning of Her existence. One of the best replies to this empty claim comes from Saint Augustine. He magnificently describes the beneficent action of Christianity upon society in the following way:

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“Let those who say that the teachings of Christ are harmful to the State find armies with soldiers who live up to the standards of the teachings of Jesus. Let them provide governors, husbands and wives, parents and children, masters and servants, kings, judges, taxpayers and tax collectors who can compare to those who take Christian teachings to heart. Then let them dare to say that such teaching is contrary to the welfare of the State! Indeed, under no circumstances can they fail to realize that this teaching is the greatest safeguard of the State when faithfully observed.” (“Epist. 138 ad Marcellinum,” [Chap. 2, no. 15]) in Opera Omnia, vol. 2, in J.P. Migne, Patrologia Latina, col. 532). (American TFP translation.)

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  • kassa1

    This is something that Satan wooden plaque in somebody’s mind the Christianity harms Society,when in fact it is totally the opposite. Kind a like the devil and eve with the Apple

  • Left-wing Christianity harms society. It is no different than left-wing politics.

    • Tina Salloum


    • salesgirl

      There are no left wing Christians nor right wing Christians. There are only Christians….and heretics