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yungho

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what a weird expeirience. Why are korean so much passionate evangelical Christians ? My korean boss & I were going on a work site about 1 hour drive. After few chitchat about different topics, Bro went full preacher mode. I am agnostic by belief but he kept preaching god & was so adamant to convert me. Like seriously wtf. I was trying to put my arguments and my opinion but he felt offended and we end up arguing & discussing for whole journey. Later even when we returned from site, same shit.

my boss is a good person and work really hard but why did he had to forcibly spoonfeed his ideologies to a person who isn’t even interested. We finally ended our conversation in less hostile terms, but still it was mind boggling. Even my american friends never try to impose their religious believes on me.
I wonder how it likes to be a buddhist/muslim in Korea.
I don't think it's just Koreans.. I remember when I was younger my uncle tried to bribe me into converting by offering to buy me an iPhone. Such a strange moment as my uncle is chill and is overall a good person.
 

daifo

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what a weird expeirience. Why are korean so much passionate evangelical Christians ? My korean boss & I were going on a work site about 1 hour drive. After few chitchat about different topics, Bro went full preacher mode. I am agnostic by belief but he kept preaching god & was so adamant to convert me. Like seriously wtf. I was trying to put my arguments and my opinion but he felt offended and we end up arguing & discussing for whole journey. Later even when we returned from site, same shit.

my boss is a good person and work really hard but why did he had to forcibly spoonfeed his ideologies to a person who isn’t even interested. We finally ended our conversation in less hostile terms, but still it was mind boggling. Even my american friends never try to impose their religious believes on me.
I wonder how it likes to be a buddhist/muslim in Korea.

I notice this behavior in many Asians that find Christ. They seem to be on the extreme end vs an average american that just goes to church. Maybe the average american has already figure out growing up that it is pointless to bring in religion in conversations while "Asians" usually find christ at a later stage in life.
 

ficker22

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I notice this behavior in many Asians that find Christ. They seem to be on the extreme end vs an average american that just goes to church. Maybe the average american has already figure out growing up that it is pointless to bring in religion in conversations while "Asians" usually find christ at a later stage in life.


They are lackeys, can't find peace on earth, hoping for some bullshit salvation. If they want to experience god, I can recommend 2 grams of Fentanyl injection.
 

Equation

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what a weird expeirience. Why are korean so much passionate evangelical Christians ? My korean boss & I were going on a work site about 1 hour drive. After few chitchat about different topics, Bro went full preacher mode. I am agnostic by belief but he kept preaching god & was so adamant to convert me. Like seriously wtf. I was trying to put my arguments and my opinion but he felt offended and we end up arguing & discussing for whole journey. Later even when we returned from site, same shit.

my boss is a good person and work really hard but why did he had to forcibly spoonfeed his ideologies to a person who isn’t even interested. We finally ended our conversation in less hostile terms, but still it was mind boggling. Even my american friends never try to impose their religious believes on me.
I wonder how it likes to be a buddhist/muslim in Korea.

I notice this behavior in many Asians that find Christ. They seem to be on the extreme end vs an average american that just goes to church. Maybe the average american has already figure out growing up that it is pointless to bring in religion in conversations while "Asians" usually find christ at a later stage in life.

Because deep down they are brain washed and wanting to be more "white and superior" than other Asians (particularly against Chinese). Being "Christians" helps them establish that empire status knowing darn well their Asian ethnic group will never become an empire of sort or competing against the Chinese.
 

ficker22

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Anybody got experience with wild bees? I bought this bee house so that wild bees will lay their eggs into the tubes, also planted a apple tree and some flowers for food.
 

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james smith esq

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Because deep down they are brain washed and wanting to be more "white and superior" than other Asians (particularly against Chinese). Being "Christians" helps them establish that empire status knowing darn well their Asian ethnic group will never become an empire of sort or competing against the Chinese.
Actually, it’s more insidious; Christianity exploits individual insecurities, regardless of race, ethnicity, or nationality. However, you are correct that it exploits a desire for superiority, as Christians are the most self-righteous and conversion, proselytizing oriented of all “religions”!
 

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