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Re: How much can you bet the religious ones....
• Posted by: Hollie
• Date: Thursday, February 12, 2004, at 6:48 p.m.
• IP Address: adsl-68-90-233-194.dsl.hstntx.swbell.net
• In Response to: How much can you bet the religious ones.... (Alan)

> Never read the masterpieces created by Tolkien. I've read the Bible, so
> NOW who's the close-minded one?!! People that say it was all a bunch of
> bull say this because they haven't read the books, and don't know the
> stories behind every single line said in the film. Read the Silmarillion,
> it helps a bunch too. Why, the Ainulindalė, a sort of prologue to Quenta
> Silmarillion (proper Silmarillion) is all about the creation of the Earth
> and of heaven. But NO, there just ABSOLUTELY CANNOT BE ANY RELIGIOUS
> REFERENCES AT ALL!

Did you know that one of Tolkiens closest friends was the on of the best known chritian authors ever? C.S. Lews! yea him. Tolkien was very symbolic with his writing. I like it, and it dosen't matter what u say because... because... ur just too close minded to accept the truth. Praise God for Tolkien! I think that frodo was like Jesus too ya know? carrying that aweful burden to the top of a mountain, being tortured? Ya know.




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