Agree or Disagree: It is a fair expectation that people who subscribe to a faith to have higher moral standards


How many times have you or someone else been disappointed by someone who said they were Christian, or Catholic, or was one that wanted to preach a message let you down morally? Or when a spiritual leader is caught in something they should not be, and how it truly impacts us.

It really is understandable, but what about the “unbelievers” that do the same thing. Is it as disappointing? Is it looked on as a failure? Or what is expected?

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One response to “Agree or Disagree: It is a fair expectation that people who subscribe to a faith to have higher moral standards

  1. I think the expectation is fair, well in theory – but is it realistic? You would assume that someone who subscribes to ‘something’, ‘anything’ – would have a higher either and moral standard than the person that doesn’t… I also know that the road to disappointment is paved with expectations. So I don’t think you can fault someone for believing more in a person based on what they subscribed to…

    I think it is better to judge someone on their actions than on their claimed direction of faith… actions speak far outer than words.

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