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To: Emile Vidrine who wrote (1680)8/27/2002 11:16:19 AM
From: goldsnow  Respond to of 3959
Why is it so difficult for Faithful to admit to the wrongdoing of their Religions?

Threatening to their falacies?

To: Emile Vidrine who wrote (1680)8/27/2002 2:13:08 PM
From: lorne  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 3959
Emile. It's a free country so I suppose you are permitted to hate whom ever you want and it appears you really don't like Jews. Why do you expend so much time and energy on hating Jews when they are not the enemy? In an islamic controlled country you would not be permitted to speak of the rulers the way you do here or you would be executed.

Why not bitch about the real problem of to day...islam..
the Jewish faith will still be there tomorrow to hate.

To: Emile Vidrine who wrote (1680)8/29/2002 9:08:29 AM
From: lorne  Respond to of 3959
Goddess worship hijacks Christianity!
How Christianity is being replaced by 'green' religion, goddess worship, globalism

To: Emile Vidrine who wrote (1680)9/3/2002 5:50:46 PM
From: goldsnow  Respond to of 3959
Mediaeval Jewish philosophy reached its height in Spain with Moses Maimonides (1135-1204) and Moses Nahmanides (1194-1270),
...Maimonides, one of the greatest philosophers of the Middle Ages, was nevertheless in the Neoplatonic tradition that had originally mixed both considerable rationalism and mysticism, i.e. the belief in the possibility of personal knowledge, even union, with God and the notion that "religious" truths are often really rational truths packaged in a way comprehensible to the masses.
Islâmic philosophers eventually got in trouble for such ideas. Jewish philosophers were less likely to get in trouble with the authorities, until, that is, Spinoza.