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Comments about the soundtrack for The Last Samurai (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available in free, high-quality mp3's
• Posted by: Lee
• Date: Thursday, November 20, 2003, at 10:05 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: The entire Last Samurai score is available... (David M. Bond)

Christianity cannot be taught or spread through deception, this much is true. But I will argue your claim about born-again Christians being the most 'dangerous and fraudulent kind of salesmen.' I am a born-again Christian, and the things I've experienced are anything but fraudulent. It has changed my life, and that is something I can never deny.

I'm not trying to force it on you, as I'm sure you don't want to hear it - and I completely respect that. It's basically called me a fraud and a liar, and I do feel I have a right to defend myself.

Not trying to talk smack to you Just asking you respectfully not to put all 'Christians' together in one basket. I'll be the first to admit, Christians have done a HORRIBLE job with living out Christ-like lives. I don't blame you or anyone else for having a negative view of it. But some of us really do care.

That's all I wanted to say. Have a good one (seriously)

> Christianity exists to control and scare primitive people.

> It also exists to remind intelligent people of how stupid the average
> human really is.

> Before you go spreading the supposed word of "The Lord Christ"
> anymore, stop to consider that the more educated people reading your
> deceptive posts recognize you for what you really are: the world's most
> dangerous and fruadulent kind of salesman... a born-again Christian.

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