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Re: That's Okay, We're Understanding Aren't We? :o)

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Posted by Beelzebub X on December 7, 1999 22:23:24 UTC

: : Is it because that this aspect of the sciences is allot more unforgiving with the arguments of religion, of God? : : Tön : ------------- : I'd assume so. The good thing about being a free thinker is the ability to view things from various points of view. That's what the literal Christain lacks - just God, Christ, Satan, and that's it. Wham bam thank you maam, that's the only reality and perspective there is to these people. : It's very restrictive, don't you think

Beelzebub: No no no, we Christians are cool! We have the Bible, that makes us strong and flexible. Nothing that is written in the Bible is clear, so we can interpret it as we want...hurray! That's why we can do all we want and we can justify it always by that what is written in this little, fantastic book. With the Bible in one hand we can kill, cheat, lie and steal; and we must not fear the hell because we know always a way out...LOL...we Christians are so cool! And at the end of the year we get a big reward: The holy and marvelous Father Christmas will come and he will bring us a lot of valuable stuff...hurray! I'm so happy to be a Christian!

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