> Milo wrote:
> > carolb wrote:
> > > Rob, you've been obsessed with malevolent spirits,
> > > and Babylon for years on this board, which makes it
> > > to have a rational dialogue with you.
> > Rubbish, Carol, you only see what you want to see. I've
> > on a wide variety of subjects on this forum over the last 8
> > years, a much broader array of topics than you, I might add.
> > It's absolute nonsense to say I'm obsessed with malevolent
> > spirits.
> > Unlike I you, Carol, I don't brush difficult issues under the
> > carpet. I suggest you're motivated by your own fear over the
> > issue.
> > > Show us a photo, for heaven's sake, of an evil
> > > spirit or a person in the process of shape-shifting into a
> > > reptilian!
> > See this thread where a variety of posters have shared their
> > experiences with demons:
> > Boards
> > > I just asked a simple question about your belief in
> > diabolical
> > > mimicry, which most reasonable people would see as the most
> > > ludicrous explanation ever put forward by the Literalists
> > > avoid facing the fact that the Jesus story wasn't unique.
> > > That's all.
> > My opininion is that people who dismiss this important topic
> > out of hand are not reasonable people, but little frightened
> > people afraid of stepping out of their own narrow mindedness.
> > Rob
> Lol Rob! Where have I shown fear of evil spirits? You're
> projecting your own fears here!
I'm telling my opinion and if you don't like that, too bad!
> I can assure you that stepping away from the blinkered world
> view of Literalist christianity is the most liberating thing
> anyone could do!
I don't subscribe to literalist Christianity, whatever that means. Again you only inform me you don't know what you're talking about.