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Maria I apologize if you think my question was rude, rereading it I can see why using words such as "unedumacated". I was only trying to keep the mood light as discussions such as these can turn ugly. Also I haven't ignored you I have three children and am in the middle of a move to the country so I was unable to continue on the computer till today. Also I do practice what I preach and I was not meaning to sound bickering with Milo as I have responded with him before and have no problems with him. I may have misinterpreted your remarks."Hi Rob, we know so little about "pagan" or rather ancient religions that it is difficult to conclude about what they meant by the serpent in my opinion. Unless we exclusively consider the pagan craze that had place just before Christianity, the human sacrifices, the orgies, black magic and other excesses." What pagan craze are you talking about? The term pagan is broad to say the least, depending on the dictionary's meaning or various other peoples meaning. The most common one is pagan meaning any religion not christian. There are plenty of pagan religions but not all had human sacrifice or black orgies. And because of this broad meaning of the word pagan I misunderstood Milos comments."I believe these pagan gods were and are a disguise for other-dimensional aliens whose desire it is to eat the souls of human beings under the pretext of saving them! That is why we have organised religion that is backing or at minimum, not resisting the political NWO agenda. They are either not speaking of it or they are blatantly promoting it and to me that is a very bad sign! " So as one who follows "a" pagan path albiet a modern one I felt I should say something. I asked the question for genuine knowledge not to be sarcastic or demean your beliefs in any way. I did read the link you sent me but had to go out before I could respond.

SF

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The origin of Christian religion 354 Kees 06-Feb-04 16:28
Re: The origin of Christian religion 86 maria k. 06-Feb-04 19:18
Re: The origin of Christian religion 100 Kees 06-Feb-04 21:49
Re: The origin of Christian religion 79 Hoppy 06-Feb-04 22:21
Re: The origin of Christian religion 96 Kees 06-Feb-04 22:57
Re: The origin of Christian religion 89 Mark Staab 07-Feb-04 00:59
Re: The origin of Christian religion 85 maria k. 07-Feb-04 02:47
Re: The origin of Christian religion 111 solar_fox 07-Feb-04 04:01
Ezekiel's Wheel 92 maria k. 07-Feb-04 04:32
The Four Beasts 83 Milo 07-Feb-04 05:06
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Re: The Four Beasts 85 solar_fox 07-Feb-04 07:02
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to solarfox 98 maria k. 07-Feb-04 19:37
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Re: The Four Beasts 88 Milo 07-Feb-04 07:53
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Re: The Four Beasts 91 Milo 07-Feb-04 19:36
Hidden Meanings 117 Elizabeth Newton 08-Feb-04 07:17
Re: Hidden Meanings 98 maria k. 08-Feb-04 08:13
Re: Hidden Meanings 173 Laird Scranton 08-Feb-04 16:59
Re: Hidden Meanings 97 maria k. 08-Feb-04 20:48
Re: Hidden Meanings 138 Laird Scranton 09-Feb-04 02:40
Re: Hidden Meanings 86 Mark Staab 09-Feb-04 07:42
Re: Hidden Meanings 137 Laird Scranton 09-Feb-04 21:26
Re: Hidden Meanings 104 Jaimi 10-Feb-04 04:18
Re: Hidden Meanings 130 Laird Scranton 10-Feb-04 22:24
Re: The Four Beasts 107 Lee McGiffen 07-Feb-04 12:02
Re: The origin of Christian religion 86 Mark Staab 08-Feb-04 01:19
Re: The origin of Christian religion 82 maria k. 08-Feb-04 21:02
Re: The origin of Christian religion 123 Kees 08-Feb-04 22:04
Re: The origin of Christian religion 82 Mark Staab 09-Feb-04 08:48
the bible's "written word" 114 maria k. 09-Feb-04 20:50
Re: the bible's "written word" 88 Milo 09-Feb-04 21:08
Re: the bible's "written word" 98 Mark Staab 09-Feb-04 21:43
Re: the bible's "written word" 101 Milo 10-Feb-04 02:36
Re: the bible's "written word" 101 maria k. 09-Feb-04 22:32
So called glib comments 180 Richard Fusniak 10-Feb-04 00:37
Re: So called glib comments 164 Milo 10-Feb-04 02:29
What use is the bible? 141 Richard Fusniak 10-Feb-04 23:06
Re: What use is the bible? 84 Milo 10-Feb-04 23:15
Re: What use is the bible? 86 Richard Fusniak 11-Feb-04 23:59
Re: What use is the bible? 91 Milo 12-Feb-04 00:21
I forgot to comment on.... 111 Milo 12-Feb-04 00:25
The Vicarious Atonement 109 Richard Fusniak 12-Feb-04 02:31
Re: The Vicarious Atonement 203 Milo 12-Feb-04 03:31
Thanks Fuzzy! 96 maria k. 11-Feb-04 05:04
Re: Thanks Fuzzy! 105 Milo 11-Feb-04 05:33
correction... 84 Milo 11-Feb-04 05:46
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Re: The origin of Christian religion 92 Kees 07-Feb-04 11:23
Re: The origin of Christian religion 97 Mark Staab 08-Feb-04 01:34
Re: The origin of Christian religion 87 Mark Staab 08-Feb-04 01:26
Re: The origin of Christian religion 89 Kees 08-Feb-04 10:00
Re: The origin of Christian religion 91 Kees 08-Feb-04 13:37
Re: The origin of Christian religion 91 solar_fox 09-Feb-04 01:10
Re: The origin of Christian religion 92 Jaimi 09-Feb-04 05:16
Re: The origin of Christian religion 87 maria k. 09-Feb-04 05:56
Re: The origin of Christian religion 96 solar_fox 09-Feb-04 07:53
Re: The origin of Christian religion 96 Mark Staab 09-Feb-04 06:47


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