|Author:||Nanaea (Authenticated as Nanaea)|
|Date:||August 22, 2001 at 7:01:42 PM|
|Reply to:||Theological debate by No one of consequence|
One religious fanatic plus his delusional conviction that "God" is on his side does NOT constitute "a majority", with all the implications that go along with that premise, such as the majority's generally accepted right to dictate law and social mores to the so-called "minority". In this case, the minority being those of us who do not choose to embrace "God" -- or Jesus -- as our buddy.
Furthermore, this is the wrong message board for "theological debates". We've got Christians, Jews, a Jewitch, a Satanist, a Greek Neo-pagan and at least one Agnostic as "regulars" on this board -- all getting along just fine and feeling no need to "debate" each other's personal beliefs.
What's to debate? That one person's religious or non-religious beliefs are wrong, and another's is right? What's the purpose of debating that? Nothing good, I can tell you that right now.
Sorry, Amigo. The folks here are way too cool for that kinda stuff. That kinda stuff just becomes grist for our humor mills.
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