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Marty_d

Oh, the irony...

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Yeah. I get it.

 

Anybody not swallowing the whole story is obviously be deranged and therefore must be kept away from the believers. Just in case they might stimulate free thinking, or dare to question the status quo!

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Christ would have been excluded under such a rule. Such a comment is made in the article. Go along with us or F off. They give religion a bad name. All prophets would qualify as "disturbed". Nev

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For some it may have. "Holier than thou" may be a common attitude. I recall a sign on a church in Barcelona. This place is the house of god. If you are not properly dressed , do not come in. That doesn't sound quite right to me, but he hadn't signed it so perhaps its just a draft. Nev

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Sightings of a religious nature declined after UFO sightings became more fashionable.

Alas, the prevalence of cameras on phones has severely decimated the UFO sightings lately.

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Quote from ABC News, "The group's social media accounts show FamilyVoice takes a stance against same-sex marriage, transgender people, abortion, euthanasia and unisex bathrooms.(my emphasis). Most of which, I am fortunate not to need to partake (although some may consider euthanasia a good outcome for me). But against unisex bathrooms? Do these lot really think everyone is a raving sex nut with no self control, ready to rape and pillage just at the possible sight of a bare midriff? I'm truly disappointed with the assumption that everyone except themselves can't be trusted. Maybe they should get out of their comfort zone, walk around the slums of cities, check out cancer patients with no dignity, just pain, Please, people, not all us Christians are blind and stupid. I don't pretend to know all the answers, sometimes none of the answers, but broad sweeping statements of middle-class morality 'aint right!"

David

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For some it may have. "Holier than thou" may be a common attitude. I recall a sign on a church in Barcelona. This place is the house of god. If you are not properly dressed , do not come in. That doesn't sound quite right to me, but he hadn't signed it so perhaps its just a draft. Nev

I certainly wouldn't be welcome there. One Sunday afternoon I was helping out a mate, and realised that I didn't have time to get home and changed before Church. To add the icing on the cake, I was on duty - Bible readings, prayers etc. Quick shower, grubby shorts back on, and the clean t-shirt which read "I'm not Santa! (but you can still sit on my lap)".

I wonder what the visitors thought. They never came again.

David

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David, you are in danger of giving christians a good name.

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My experience has shown that it is very important to put on the best of appearances when congregating. It seems that gods are easily impressed by appearances, however false or temporary. It's definitely not appropriate to look like one has been doing menial work.

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I don't think God is concerned about clothes. I was born stark naked. Churches have difficulty dealing with sex, but none of us would be here without it. Nev

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Alas, the prevalence of cameras on phones has severely decimated the UFO sightings lately.

 

I must agree; I haven't seen one since I got my first mobile phone some years ago.

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Yep wille, next UFO you see we want a picture from your phone.

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Given he was a moron, ahem Mormon.

 

I doubt anything he says or thinks is right.

 

The Mormons were a  radical sect formed in Utah, well known for robbing and killing people moving west in the 1800's. Any non Mormon was considered evil and disposable.

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15 hours ago, Litespeed said:

...The Mormons were a  radical sect formed in Utah, well known for robbing and killing people moving west in the 1800's. Any non Mormon was considered evil and disposable.

The same was apparently true of another radical sect that started in Peta (not Mecca) and wants to spread its righteousness all over the planet.

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