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Should I become a Priest/Theologian?

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Answer #1 | 14/09 2016 03:59
A priest
Positive: 60 %
Answer #2 | 13/09 2016 20:59
A priest
Positive: 60 %
Answer #3 | 13/09 2016 21:15
ALL baptized J.W's are 'theologians' The Kingdom hall meetings are all about Bible study. NO ' traditional' practices take place. For example, the Pope washing the feet of others...and the kissing of the ring on the Popes finger...
Positive: 60 %
Answer #4 | 13/09 2016 21:13
yes
Positive: 60 %
Answer #5 | 13/09 2016 21:22
yes
Positive: 60 %
Answer #6 | 14/09 2016 04:00
If that's where your heart is leading you too then sure. Priests often times get a bad rep in the media but there are many priests that are awesome people that care about social justice.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #7 | 14/09 2016 04:15
ALL baptized J.W's are 'theologians' The Kingdom hall meetings are all about Bible study. NO ' traditional' practices take place. For example, the Pope washing the feet of others...and the kissing of the ring on the Popes finger...
Positive: 50 %
Answer #8 | 14/09 2016 04:22
yes
Positive: 50 %
Answer #9 | 14/09 2016 04:13
yes
Positive: 50 %
Answer #10 | 13/09 2016 20:58
Yes. Even failing at it would be a successful life. Achieving it would be a marvel.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #11 | 14/09 2016 03:58
Yes. Even failing at it would be a successful life. Achieving it would be a marvel.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #12 | 13/09 2016 21:09
It rather depends. In what religion? Do you meet your religion's requirements for the priesthood as to age, gender, educational level, psychological stability, family obligations to which you are bound, and are you to free do this? Theologians are another profession altogether. Do you read the languages in which your faith's holy books are written? Can you afford to undertake the years of study and to pay for the required programs? Do you have family obligations that would prevent you from studying abroad? It would have helped if you had specified the religion.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #13 | 13/09 2016 20:58
A nun
Positive: 50 %
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Positive: 40 %
Answer #16 | 14/09 2016 04:09
It rather depends. In what religion? Do you meet your religion's requirements for the priesthood as to age, gender, educational level, psychological stability, family obligations to which you are bound, and are you to free do this? Theologians are another profession altogether. Do you read the languages in which your faith's holy books are written? Can you afford to undertake the years of study and to pay for the required programs? Do you have family obligations that would prevent you from studying abroad? It would have helped if you had specified the religion.
Positive: 40 %
Answer #17 | 14/09 2016 03:58
A nun
Positive: 40 %
Answer #18 | 13/09 2016 21:00
If that's where your heart is leading you too then sure. Priests often times get a bad rep in the media but there are many priests that are awesome people that care about social justice.
Positive: 33.333333333333 %

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