probably. there's some evidence that would support that. Changing people's minds about ANYTHING on the net is very difficult at the best of times. Research shows that only about 14 percent of people are even open to the possibility, and that's for subjects far less polarizing and complex than religion. Religion makes it even harder by an order of magnitude. If only 14 percent would change their minds about political issues or whether they should bring back the McRib burger, you'd be very lucky to have even half of one percent even open to the possibility of changing religions online.thank you, thank you but your fellow was full of sanity when he said that /Folks don’t recruit easily to a different religion online/ ? right ?
Further, the decline in support for religions since the internet became a thing suggests strongly that any attempt to do so would be more likely to turn the person away from ANY religion.
So the statement that folks don't recruit easily to a new religion on line certainly has a lot of credible facts behind it.
Or he can do a little reading and has a brain. It's one of the two i'm sure. But if you'll recallbecause he is self proclaimed representative of everyone here right ?
Wow - I haven't said a single word to you or even about you, and you attack me with false accusations and insults. Sounds like your religion is making you into a really great person LOLand gentle behavior with gentleman, not with street dogs like you. ( rascal idiot )
Well if i ever needed proof that YOUR religion is a false one, there you go Keep spreading the good word sparkiy!! Say hi to your imaginary friend for me! ROFLMAO!