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Re: Good God! What do you think?
• Posted by: Ashi-taka469   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, November 22, 2002, at 12:50 p.m.
• IP Address: cdefault.uwsp.edu
• In Response to: Good God! What do you think? (Common Sense)

> God tells us this, God shows us that, bla blah blah, blah blah blah
> blah... As I have asked others before, don't you have a self conceived
> opinion of, well, anything? Stop seeing things through other peoples' eyes
> and look through your own. Then, ask yourself? How is this movie, or magic
> harmful when neither is real.

Been there, done that, and I still think the series isn't anything significant. Hmmm, and I have that self concieved opinion despite being a Christian. My point, yeah sure God tells us this, and shows us that, but there are some things that don't need to focus on that attribute in order for us to be turned off to them.




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