10503Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] worshipping trees
- Dec 3, 2007Right on and well said. Vince
Charles Mattox <charlesmattox@...> wrote:Mike, Steve, all.
It has to do with basic brain washing techniques.
Let's face it, if you grew up in a family that lived
in a neighborhood that worshipped trees as your
supreme being, and all of your neighbors gathered
together to quote some "book of the oak" that was
discovered as having been written during the Roman
dictatorship period, or anytime actually, then guess
You'd be worshipping trees today.
There is very little thoght outside of the average
church doctrine being taught in any religions today.
The last holier than thou Jesus freak I had to listen
to go on and on and on about, I finally just looked at
him and said "so, i guess 600 million Chinese are
going straight to Hell when they die, huh?
Ofcourse I got the fire and brimstone sermon again.
I guess depending on who you talk to, their religious
beliefs are the only ones that count and nobody else's
is worth a hoot in Hell.
It's the elitist 'know it all' attitude that has
alsway turned me against different septs of organized
I have faith in my own beliefs, but I don't think it
is proper to start a Jihad over them.
My God is a God of peace and love and forgiveness.
--- bigalemc2 <sgtti@joltmail. com> wrote:
> Mike -
> It was not my intent to trash people of "your"
> What I WAS doing was pointing out that the people
> who went out to find
> the literal truth of the Bible found out it wasn't
> true, then came
> back and hid what they found from those who could
> use it to make up
> their minds for themselves - but only if they had
> the straight dope.
> Since it IS a fact that they found these things out
> and that thhe
> religion is, in fact, based on a history that almost
> all Christians
> are completely unware of, my use of the word "cult"
> applies to it, but
> it is not meant to denigrate the members of the
> church, just those who
> spread it. If that includes you specifically -
> i.e., if you are
> knowingly passing on false information to those who
> might otherwise
> decide - then shame on you, along with all those
> archeologists. But I
> don't think it does apply to you.
> Personally, I have been happy to discover what the
> real story is about
> Christianity. Just like the Columbus lie, the
> head-in-the- sand attitude of American history, which
> you all of us
> have long disagreed with, and which has proven to be
> wrong, and that
> everyone here is battling to discover the truth
> about, Christianity
> can use the same kind of light shown on it. If a
> lay person was
> offended by facts about pre-Clovis Americans before
> Clovis was shot
> down, you would think the person was in denial or
> worshiping the
> status quo a little too much. Just so, I am only
> pointing out what I
> have found and standing up for my friend Acharya S
> in the process. I
> had not intent to offend, but ask that you not take
> offense. Facts as
> I found them argue that Christianity needs to go the
> way of Clovis First.
> . . . . Steve
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