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A Shamelessly Triumphalistic Call To Arms « Mundabor's Blog

A Shamelessly Triumphalistic Call To Arms « Mundabor's Blog


  1. Larry Green03 July, 2011

    Wonderful Sunday message on a blog of an "evangelist",just wonderful!!! So twisted.

  2. Larry: G'Day! Hope you're enjoying this incredible weather this long weekend.

    I read the article a 2nd time and I can't see where you come to the conclusion that this article is about death or killing. Could you expand a little bit on your point? Thanks.

    Fr. Tim

    P.S. I post articles that might interest people on the subjects of faith. I do not necessarily agree with every article. I simply post something that I think needs to be brought into the light... sometimes for good... sometimes to expose the bad.

  3. Larry Green03 July, 2011

    Yes I am enjoying this beautiful Sunday morning.Arden and I just returned from a long morning walk.How about yourself?

    No use reading the article over and over from the same depth (lack of).Either you are pretending to be very shallow minded or you really have become hopelessly closed in.

  4. Larry: My best to Arden! I've almost finished my routine for Sunday and I am looking forward to spending some time at my cottage later today. I too went for a walk today... but it was to reduce my stress level after finding a flooded basement this morning. The sewer backed up... lot's of fun :(

    Perhaps I am dense, but I still didn't find the point that you are trying to make. What does the 'solution' part of your equation relate to? Are you asserting that religion itself leads to death? If you are speaking about organized religion, then you may be correct. Organized religions have often led to death when they become the ruling force in a society. Theocracies are never a good thing. History has proven this point beyond dispute. But if we look at religion as meaning 'faith', then I don't think that it leads to death.

    Is this the point you're making? If it is, then we have no disagreement.

    Fr. Tim


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