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St. John The Divine's private parking
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St. John The Divine's private parking
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I wonder what kind of a car he drives.
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RE: St. John The Divine's private parking
WWJD? What Would Jesus Drive?
Christian apologetics is the art of rolling a dog turd in sugar and selling it as a donut.
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RE: St. John The Divine's private parking
I don't know... after getting nailed to a cross I don't think he wants to be reminded of that.
Christian apologetics is the art of rolling a dog turd in sugar and selling it as a donut.
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RE: St. John The Divine's private parking
(March 19, 2012 at 4:53 pm)Doubting Thomas Wrote: I don't know... after getting nailed to a cross I don't think he wants to be reminded of that.

Let alone going through that whole traumatic deal again! Big Grin
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RE: St. John The Divine's private parking
Just wait until he comes back & sees what all the Christians are wearing, not to mention getting invited to their house for coffee and seeing a cross on the wall.
Christian apologetics is the art of rolling a dog turd in sugar and selling it as a donut.
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RE: St. John The Divine's private parking
How about this guy. http://www.weirdasianews.com/2011/05/27/...ucifixion/

I was wondering how he managed to nail his other hand to the cross but he figured a way around that problem by pre drilling a hole in his hand and slipping it through a pre driven nail. Clever.
I have studied the Bible and the theology behind Christianity for many years. I have been to many churches. I have walked the depth and the breadth of the religion and, as a result of this, I have a lot of bullshit to scrape off the bottom of my shoes. ~Ziploc Surprise

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Oh yeah, every year the nutjobs nail themselves to crosses, primarily in the Philippines. Get ready for a whole new round of reports in April.
Christian apologetics is the art of rolling a dog turd in sugar and selling it as a donut.
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RE: St. John The Divine's private parking
(March 20, 2012 at 5:57 pm)Doubting Thomas Wrote: Oh yeah, every year the nutjobs nail themselves to crosses, primarily in the Philippines. Get ready for a whole new round of reports in April.

Ya know it's funny, I volunteer with a group that meets in a church. Right inside the door is a 6 foot high freestanding wooden cross that is fixed to a movable base. It's at the right height for a coat rack and it's in the right place. I have to remind myself it's a religious icon and resist the urge to hang my coat on it because doing that would offend people. I haven't been an atheist that long but perhaps I'm getting the hang of things. Some people revere the crucifixion so much they wish to experience it themselves. Others have to resist using the cross as a coat rack.

Ugh! I just realized that I spelled the word crucifixion as "crucifiction" (I've since gone back and changed this). Perhaps I'll make a good atheist after all.
I have studied the Bible and the theology behind Christianity for many years. I have been to many churches. I have walked the depth and the breadth of the religion and, as a result of this, I have a lot of bullshit to scrape off the bottom of my shoes. ~Ziploc Surprise

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