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  • ted.wrinch
    Over in the Hole, Tom s response to that is: Now who are you going to blame, Ted Wrinch . As you know Tom, my position from when I first posted to the Hole on
    Message 1 of 22 , Mar 5, 2011
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      Over in the Hole, Tom's response to that is: 'Now who are you going to blame, Ted Wrinch'. As you know Tom, my position from when I first posted to the Hole on this topic, over two years ago, has been the same as the position just attributed to the Pope - it's not the Jews. In fact I said then (and several times subsequently, to refute the prof's slurs) that if anyone was to blame we all were. How did you miss that, Tom? Are you perhaps enjoying a bit of duplicity, like the prof? But my position, and it seems that of the the Pope, is the opposite of the prof's, who holds that the indictment of Christ in the New Testament is an anti-Semitic forgery. But the Hole is also the Toilet and of course we expect the prof to chime in with: 'Ted can still reliably blame me, as the personification of the Christ-killing…". Hard to believe these are the words of a professor responsible for teaching the young…But I don't care about the prof's 'Christ-killing…', and instead note that he is still the same liar and spirit scoffer that he was when I first posted to the Toilet.

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      Ted Wrinch

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    • val2160
      ... blame, Ted Wrinch . As you know Tom, my position from when I first posted to the Hole on this topic, over two years ago, has been the same as the position
      Message 2 of 22 , Mar 6, 2011
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        --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, "ted.wrinch"
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        > Over in the Hole, Tom's response to that is: 'Now who are you going to
        blame, Ted Wrinch'. As you know Tom, my position from when I first
        posted to the Hole on this topic, over two years ago, has been the same
        as the position just attributed to the Pope - it's not the Jews. In fact
        I said then (and several times subsequently, to refute the prof's slurs)
        that if anyone was to blame we all were. How did you miss that, Tom? Are
        you perhaps enjoying a bit of duplicity, like the prof? But my position,
        and it seems that of the the Pope, is the opposite of the prof's, who
        holds that the indictment of Christ in the New Testament is an
        anti-Semitic forgery. But the Hole is also the Toilet and of course we
        expect the prof to chime in with: 'Ted can still reliably blame me, as
        the personification of the Christ-killing…". Hard to believe these
        are the words of a professor responsible for teaching the young…But
        I don't care about the prof's 'Christ-killing…', and instead note
        that he is still the same liar and spirit scoffer that he was when I
        first posted to the Toilet.
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        It's an interesting state of affairs, I'd say, when the Pope tells us
        that the Jewish people's presence at the crucifixion does not qualify
        as an historical fact and the Professor tells us that you may consider
        him as the personification of Christ. Amen Brother.-Val


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      • Frank Thomas Smith
        ... A couple of thousands of years from now a pope will write a book absolving the Mexican drug cartels of their sins because during those strange times they
        Message 3 of 22 , Mar 7, 2011
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          --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, Charlotte Cowell <charlottecowell@...> wrote:
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          > Gosh, this strikes me as both incredibly bizarre and weirdly pertinent, but then I've never been one of those Christians that held a grudge against Jews for any reason, far from it.....perhaps he's hoping this will give the rest a chance to feel the same?
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          A couple of thousands of years from now a pope will write a book absolving the Mexican drug cartels of their sins because during those "strange times" they rescued the Church---financially.
          http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/07/world/americas/07church.html?_r=1&hp
          Frank




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          > Subject: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: Today's News
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        • Charlotte Cowell
          well I m not quite so cynical about the Pope as a lot of people on here seem to be - pope bashing seems to be the trend of the day and has little to do with
          Message 4 of 22 , Mar 7, 2011
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            well I'm not quite so cynical about the Pope as a lot of people on here seem to be - pope bashing seems to be the trend of the day and has little to do with true spirituality - but I do understand why that sentiment has arisen. Benedict I think has more charisma than he is given credit for, I changed my opinion of him after seeing him in person, and I actually think that any religious orthodox organisation has its 'issues', let's say, although they also serve useful social functions.

            You can pick any exoteric denomination, catholic protestant, Judaic, Islamic - even anthroposophic as some members here recently pointed out - and you can find both abuses and - on the other hand - signs of the divine presence. Jerusalem itself is the same - on one level it's a harsh, commercialised city of traders that's' absolutely rife with religious intolerance (hatred, even) and holier-than-thou-ness, and yet one cannot enter the city without finding one's self being a pilgrim and ultimately becoming more fully conscious of the glory of God. As to whether all roads lead to Rome, I think that is indeed debatable, I would rather see a genuine fusion between the churches of Peter and John, why do any Christians argue amongst themselves when it is such anathema to the spirit and word of the Lord?

            One's personal relationship with Christ is paramount IMO but churches/temples and the group environment can provide solace and certainly the buildings themselves do.

            --- On Mon, 7/3/11, Frank Thomas Smith <fts.trasla@...> wrote:

            From: Frank Thomas Smith <fts.trasla@...>
            Subject: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: Today's News
            To: anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com
            Date: Monday, 7 March, 2011, 13:07

             



            --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, Charlotte Cowell <charlottecowell@...> wrote:
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            > Gosh, this strikes me as both incredibly bizarre and weirdly pertinent, but then I've never been one of those Christians that held a grudge against Jews for any reason, far from it.....perhaps he's hoping this will give the rest a chance to feel the same?
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            http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/07/world/americas/07church.html?_r=1&hp
            Frank

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          • val2160
            ... and have ... Physical presence at the crucifixion would influence one s ability to find Christ in future incarnations.-Val ... insisting
            Message 5 of 22 , Mar 7, 2011
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              --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, "Kim Graae Munch"
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              > And seen from an esoteric view, most have been incarnated otherwere
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              Physical presence at the crucifixion would influence one's ability to
              find Christ in future incarnations.-Val


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