An Interview With God

Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by YWN666, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. YWN666
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    well that went right over my head
     
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    I tried to go, but my company didn't allow it. Our filter said:

    I guess that kinda says it all.
     
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    sort of funny... I could see God or a god thinking we're all so petty and wrapped up in so much inconsequential BS. We just need to relax a bit more and be less judgemental and uptight about everything...
     
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    Geez.....How did I know you would show up? Check out the site on an unfiltered computer and then explain to me how it can be interpreted as tasteless. It makes God out to be a kinda cool guy - one that people follow because they WANT to, not because they're afraid not to.
     
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    Prolly the same way I know you'll post stuff to put down others faith. It's just sorta given.
     
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    No, that's just your skewed viewpoint of the things I post (like the way you dissed this website wihtout even reading it). You'd find something to be offended by on a box of cornflakes.
     
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    It was tasteless. I wish my company filter would have blocked it. As a practicing Catholic I found it idiotic and offensive.
     
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    There is no skewed viewpoint to be had. It is just dumb.
     
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    As a Catholic, I've come to realize that trying to have a debate about my own religion or any other religion with Catholics or anyone else never turns out well. People are too touchy about their faith because God forbid (pun intended) they just might be..wrong! :eek:
     

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