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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mists of Avalon (Lee Holdridge)

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Re: Go figure, monkey-man!
• Posted by: Meklorka   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, May 20, 2003, at 10:59 p.m.
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• In Response to: Go figure, monkey-man! (Bindner)

> You'll never stop God from existing just because you don't like it! You'll
> never prove He doesn't exist, and you in all your Communistic idealism
> will never stop Christians from worshipping Him. Besides, don't knock it
> till you tried it. I can still remember how dumb I was when I was like
> YOU!

I'm sorry, where did you get the idea the man was a communist? Do you even know the true definition of the word "communism"? Have you read the Communist Manifesto? It is perfectly acceptable to read something for educational purposes only... that way you won't make a fool of yourself while engaging in conversation. I have read the bible several times - seven times for the king james, twice with the NIV. I did it to understand the bible as a piece of literature, and to understand the christian culture as a whole. The bible is a very intriguing book, and I respect your culture, but I am not a part of it.

Here is a really wild idea - maybe you should read the mists of avalon books, see the movie a couple of times, listen to the soundtrack, then come back and discuss it intelligently with the rest of us?

Forgive my occasionally biting sarcasm - i have nothing against christians, only the witless and those with no respect for others, which is the same as witless in my book.


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