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Posted by Tön on November 4, 1999 15:04:20 UTC

Life and death, a fact. Are you living for the death or does the death live you. Life is for the living and death for the dead. Want to know the answers in death? Go ahead.

You take great strides to make assumptions to back up your Christian dogma. It is excactly that a dogma. It is excactly this Christian "arrogance" that turned me off from being a Christian. You claim it's humility yet you boasts it's myopic impositions. Is this the same Christ that burned Islamic villages during the crusades? Is this the same Christ that crossed the atlantic to rape for gold and souls in the early Americas? The inquisitions?

What kind of history has Christianity really written. You're absolutely right! God will indeed judge us by our actions. Because in the end, our "actions" are justified in what we truly believe. Your eloquent words from the bible won't cover up all the "actions" Christianity has contributed to our hell.

I believe in humanity. No God, christ, buddha, or allah will be accountable for source or blame of my humanity.

Lots of nice glory and promises. Religion, like rare goods tempt men to do wrong. Take care of the belly, not the eye. Start looking for what is within to what is without.

God bless. Tön

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