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Comments about the soundtrack for The Passion of the Christ (John Debney)

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Re: Christians have no chance of understanding Clemmensen's point
• Posted by: Terry Barton   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, August 3, 2004, at 3:34 p.m.
• IP Address: pix-irva-inet1ext.broadcom.com
• In Response to: Re: Christians have no chance of understanding... (Fraley)

> Or perhaps it is your lack of faith that clouds your judgement? It is
> impossible to separate the death of Christ from the very reason for it,
> which is salvation and forgiveness. That's like turning off the movie
> before watching the final scene -- you end up missing the point.

> Anyway, religion is very much a topic defined entirely by our point of
> view. Since there isn't really a scientific, factual version of the story
> (if there was, it wouldn't be called "faith"), it all comes down
> to either you believe or you don't. Either way, your judgement is clouded
> by your own preconception, Christian or not.

> Everyone in life sees the world through their own colored lense. We need
> to try and remember that, and not paint people into a corner simply
> because they have a different perspective.

> Mind you, some people appear to be looking at the world through an opaque
> lense upon which they have painted their own version of the world which
> has no relation to reality at all...

Gosh....can't we all just get along???




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