Why do believers have a church and priests?
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Answered on October 21, 2016 15:30
There are believers, there are people who follow the rules of their religion. The following of their religion honor all the traditions associated with it. Going to church for prayers, repentance, confessions, baptisms, weddings, etc. - these are well-established public traditions of religion, so people observe them. Other believers often go to church in order to touch their faith, at will, or, for example, in a difficult life situation, when they cannot simply take and solve some important issue. Often they do not go to any church, but choose the most intuitively close for themselves. Such visits help believers to feel that they are not alone, etc. Of course, they too can observe all traditions, go to church whenever they need it, but there are those who go when they need it more. In general, in different ways. One thing is common for everyone: to feel support, to be cleansed, somehow to be updated.
Answered on March 7 22:55
Really why? So believers for their own money contain these churches and priests. It would be better to send this money, for example, for children with cancer.