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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by musicguy, May 10, 2011.
Serving the Lord with Ipads???
I'm a believer but I can't stand that kind of crap...
it's the internet: where socially retarded atheists come to congregate and mock religion behind the protection of led monitors.
I'm no Atheist but I hate people writing about God every 10 seconds for the most trivial things...
Religion is a personal matter not a narcissistic act to allow to talk endelessl about oneself.
there's something really, really wrong with this post
A friend of mine just posted a picture of her five-day-old baby receiving a chiropractic adjustment.
No. There is plenty dumb on these posts.
I'm a Christian -- in the 'born-again' sense as well. I like mocking Evangelical Christendom. It's fun.
+1. A couple of tweets or status updates every so often is fine. Every hour, on the hour, every day of every week is the worst.
This is incredibly creepy.
Serious question, I never really came into contact with them in Oz, but is there a big born-again movement there?
I like your Avatar, my friend.
To be honest, it's hard to gauge. I grew up in Australia's largest church, that claims 30,000 people every service at each of its different campuses and extensions so I suppose it's relatively big in comparison to other important cultural and religious movements. I'd say though, it's grown steadily and decreased steadily with equal consistency. It's probably nothing compared to what there is in the United States. My girly girl is from Nashville, and she says that there's churches with thousands on every block.
That said, Australian's are mostly pretty chilled out about it, so it's not oppressively prevalent.
That was kinda my thoughts. I was there (10 years ago now) and you could tell how secular the place is with how little emphasis there was on religion...at religious schools. Honestly can't remember seeing a crucifix at my Catholic school.
No way. Where were you living/where did you go to school?
Australian's very paradoxical like that. We expect people to assimilate and adopt our way of life, but then try as hard as possible not to offend them by upholding certain traditional values and conventions. We walk a fine line between championing a distinct cultural identity and being exceedingly politically correct.
Lived in Sydney, went to SPX. You?
Non-performers who have glamour/professional photos as their Facebook pics can go to hell.
You went to Pius? That's nuts. I went to high school in Mosman. I grew up in the Inner City though.
how about posting a pic of your school-age son getting a massage, in the nude?
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