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Re: Praise the LORD and SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST, not the Lord of the Rings!
• Posted by: Kelly
• Date: Sunday, May 23, 2004, at 11:59 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Praise the LORD and SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST, n... (Kari)

> Okay, just looking at the title of the post alone, "Praise the Lord
> and Savior Jesus Christ, not LotR." I think you should have changed
> it to fit your message more, cuz with the way it is, it sounds like your
> one of those maniacs who thinks LOTR is sac-religious or something. And
> who says anyone "prasies" LOTR? It's a great movie, that doesn't
> mean we worship it!

> Okay, and while we're on the topic (as the message title hints), what is
> up with the Passion of the Christ? I am sooo mad that it is almost going
> to beat out LOTR in box office history. If it gets gets nominated for a
> lot of oscars or wins any...I'll just freak. beautiful, there is
> no ohter word to describe it. Why would you want to go sit through a movie
> just to watch a guy die very graphically? Before you all start yelling at
> me, let me take the time to point out that I am not a practing Catholic
> (anymore) and disagree with Christian teaching in so many ways... I more
> into Wicca than anything (which is NOT a cult, so not you even THINK about
> saying it is!)

> Where was I? Oh, just as PS to the comment "LOTR is just a
> book." Yeah, well, the bible is just a book now too, isn't it. But,
> if you read either of them right way, you can get a lot out of them. Okay,
> I've ranted long enough.

> Blessed Be!

> Kari Welsh

okay, Kari, I agree with you 100% But just one question, what exactly is "Wicca"?
and by the way everyone, Tolkien was NOT trying to replace God with Iluvatar, this is definately fictional, i got that and I'm sure that every single one of you are older then I am! So please, it is a beautiful, complicated, but beautiful story and don't ruin it with you preaching!

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