Q&A: Is it wrong to practice yoga even though I believe in the Christian god?

Q&A: Is it wrong to practice yoga even though I believe in the Christian god?

Question by Someone: Is it wrong to practice yoga even though I believe in the Christian god?
Doesn’t it say we are supposed to be more spiritual in the end times? What if I believe it is near end times and that helps me spiritually?

Best answer:

Answer by David T
I think it should be the other way around.
Right to practice and wrong to believe in.

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  1. EmmessJan 30, 2013

    I thought Christians believed in the God of Israel — the Jewish god.

  2. BearJan 30, 2013

    No it’s not wrong. As long as your not worshiping a different God your good.

  3. CabooseJan 30, 2013

    The yoga you would be participating in is hardly related to the actual form of yoga practiced by Hindus.

    It’s just exercise, you’re fine.

  4. GLaDOSJan 30, 2013

    Yoga is relaxing, but not in any religious way.

  5. AshFrost ;xJan 30, 2013

    I’m sure a lot of people who practice yoga (including myself) aren’t doing it for spirituality, they’re doing it to become more flexible, strong, balanced, and use it as an exercise routine. I’ve never did anything remotely spiritual with it, you don’t have to either. Just do the poses – there isn’t anything wrong with that. 🙂

  6. romans 8:1Jan 30, 2013

    Practice the non “spritual” side of yoga. Exercise and relax, just don’t give up your Christian spirituality to some other spirit.

  7. Gods LolJan 30, 2013

    No, even though you believe in God, you might not be too stupid to do yoga. It’s not that intellectual, really.

  8. Yoga WolfJan 30, 2013

    Instead of thinking of yoga as a spiritual exercise, think of it as a physical one. Plus, there’s nothing wrong with understanding and practicing what people of other religions practice. Yoga may be very hindu in it’s origin and practice, but that doesn’t mean that only hindus do yoga.

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