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Camac
Posted: 08-Mar-2009, 10:43 AM
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There is the old adage "God Created Man so Man could Create God" been around since well before old Alberts' time. Think it goes back to one of the Greek Philosophers????


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There's an interesing front page story in USA Today. Now about 15 percent of the public label themselves as "non-religious" and that is a huge increase to the point that the non-religious are the largest group outside of Baptists and Catholics, both of which have lost adherents.


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Just 85% to go. You guys might make it yet.


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i lean more towards being "spiritual" than religious.

thats religion without all the dogma crap...


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I am a Lutheran; Missouri Synod. I went to a 2-room Lutheran School in Highland Park, a suburb of Los Angeles, CA. throughout the 8th grade, of course went through the baptism, confirmation, choir and all that stuff. It was quite a culture shock to go to the public gang oriented school for the 9th grade, but I survived. I actually enjoyed it, never forced to go, now I go when I feel like it. Don;t like the big fancy churches, they get to be more like a who's who, and who's the best dressed member kind of thing. I truly believe that you do not HAVE to go to church to pray or believe in the Holy Trinity, I found that going to the services or adult bible study teaches or refreshes God's word; if you have an enlightened Pastor/Minister it can get really interesting depending on the subject. I guess that kinda sums it up.
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Christian, raised in the Roman Catholic tradition now a member of an Anglican Church. I like the sense and feel and sound of the liturgy, especially when combined with solid Biblically based teaching and preaching -- as in the church I attend now.
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Are you referring to me? Not Roman Catholic, I'm Lutheran, a spin off, if you wanna call it that! angel_not.gif
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Like my Dad(Dogshirt), I am a proud Sundancer! He raised me to make my own choice, and it works for both of us!
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I am unsure, I follow two different religions Paganism (like my father) and Christianity (like my mother) So, I really don't know what I would be label under.


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I don't go for religion, I go for belief and spirituality. Religions sets limit whereas belief is a very idividual thing and freedom.


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