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Salacious Art is off-line
16 July 2014 13:26
pentax5AC
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Quote from Hugh
Which Church?

surely that is "a Church", not "the Church".

That's a bit like mixing up Coke and Pepsi



Er...Not really Hugh!Just basic grammar.
A church is a building; the Church (with a capital letter)is correctly in this instance an institutionalized body or organization.
Not sure if Henry VIII was a Coke or Pepsi fan, but with a body like his, he probably drank both!
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Hugh is off-lineGold Member
16 July 2014 13:59
Hugh
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It's all a bit too complicated for a simple Jedi like me to follow.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/9737886/Jedi-religion-most-popular-alternative-faith.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jedi_census_phenomenon


Grammar, for Jedi, difficult is.
It's not Fine Art just because it's in Black and White.


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16 July 2014 17:25
w4pictures
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Tricky chap, Johnnie Grammar


Simon Young is off-lineSilver Member
18 July 2014 13:41
Allinthemind
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I think the current count of discrete Christian religions is over 30,000. One of them must be right!!!
In the "Information Age", continued ignorance must be a choice motivated initially through inherited beliefs.


Salacious Art is off-line
18 July 2014 14:16
pentax5AC
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Hey Hugh, don’t worry about the grammar, I used to struggle too.
That was until I bought the new Lexicon Model Translator 556D!

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18 July 2014 20:57
profilepictures
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Someone's bored with his colouring in then?


Rik Rx is off-lineGold Member
19 July 2014 01:35
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I think they should be called "Bishes"....
Rik :-} The camera never lies... (That's the job of Photoshop)..


EdT is off-line
19 July 2014 03:27
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Quote from Allinthemind
I think the current count of discrete Christian religions is over 30,000. One of them must be right!!!



I read that as discreet christian religions. I was going to ask how many indiscreet ones there are.

But, must one of them be right? If they are all based on the same flawed premise that the son of God was born to a virgin, also born to a virgin (or is that bit only some of them), was crucified and arose from the dead, then surely they must all be wrong if that premise turns out tp be false.

OK, looks like the bit about Mary being born to a virgin is not all Christian faiths, more of a catholic thing.


Simon Young is off-lineSilver Member
19 July 2014 04:21
Allinthemind
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Quote from EdT
I read that as discreet christian religions. I was going to ask how many indiscreet ones there are. But, must one of them be right? If they are all based on the same flawed premise that the son of God was born to a virgin, also born to a virgin (or is that bit only some of them), was crucified and arose from the dead, then surely they must all be wrong if that premise turns out tp be false. OK, looks like the bit about Mary being born to a virgin is not all Christian faiths, more of a catholic thing.




Maybe my irony wasn't blatant enough  In other words if 29,999 aren't "true"....
In the "Information Age", continued ignorance must be a choice motivated initially through inherited beliefs.


19 July 2014 12:03
Jackass
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Most religions have always changed with the times, it's nothing new. Catholics don't burn Protestants for transubstantiation anymore and Protestants have stopped burning witches - all in the name of a loving God for God's sake! Islam being the exception in that it's stuck firmly in the Middle Ages.

If they didn't change for the times they'd lose support - pretty much as they are doing. I look forward to the day when their inconsequential arguments are no longer deemed newsworthy and the majority of the population can get some peace and quiet.

Richard Dawkins for Pope, get some common sense in there.
If it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck, it could be my ex wife.



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