1. Standard memberRJHinds
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    20 Aug '11 14:59
    http://www.frtommylane.com/homilies/pilgrimage/sudarium.htm
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    20 Aug '11 15:27
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    http://www.frtommylane.com/homilies/pilgrimage/sudarium.htm
    Do you expect people to read through a web-page in it's entirety to try and figure out what (if any) your point is?
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    20 Aug '11 15:32
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Do you expect people to read through a web-page in it's entirety to try and figure out what (if any) your point is?
    I haven't read it. But I am going to take a punt anyway and - as I am wont to do - say something by way of a question. Wasn't stuff like "The Face Cloth of Christ" the kind of thing that dashed the Catholic Church on its own rocks 500 years ago?
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    20 Aug '11 17:26
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Do you expect people to read through a web-page in it's entirety to try and figure out what (if any) your point is?
    The point is that knowledge is the key to understanding the Holy Scriptures.
    I thought the knowledge of the Face Cloth of Christ along with His burial
    cloth (The Shroud of Turin) and other things like the discovery of Noah's Ark
    would be of interest to those on the Spirituality Forum.
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    20 Aug '11 18:38
    A total waste of time ... the Shroud of Turin.
    Better to spend the evening reading the Gospel of John.
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    20 Aug '11 18:47
    Originally posted by jaywill
    A total waste of time ... the Shroud of Turin.
    Better to spend the evening reading the Gospel of John.
    It is doubtful if these guys will read anything that concerns the Holy Bible
    unless they think it proves it false. However, I thought I would give it a try.
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    20 Aug '11 19:001 edit
    Originally posted by jaywill
    A total waste of time ... the Shroud of Turin.
    Better to spend the evening reading the Gospel of John.
    Would you please elaborate? 😕

    Seriously, I'm facinated by relics and the like, but I don't base my faith on them. It's interesting, but there are too many hoaxes in this world IMO.
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    ah, more obsession with christian relics.
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    21 Aug '11 01:09
    Originally posted by VoidSpirit
    ah, more obsession with christian relics.
    christianity is a relic.
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    21 Aug '11 03:28
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    It is doubtful if these guys will read anything that concerns the Holy Bible
    unless they think it proves it false. However, I thought I would give it a try.
    so why not post a link to something disproving the bible... that would save a lot of people a lot of time in this forum.

    btw what made you choose your religion? why did you not become hindu or jewish etc.?
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    21 Aug '11 04:52
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    It is doubtful if these guys will read anything that concerns the Holy Bible
    unless they think it proves it false. However, I thought I would give it a try.
    "It is doubtful if these guys will read anything that concerns the Holy Bible
    unless they think it proves it false."

    Maybe you could say that reading the Bible will prove it false and then they will all read it looking for the proof.
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    21 Aug '11 10:41
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    It is doubtful if these guys will read anything that concerns the Holy Bible
    unless they think it proves it false. However, I thought I would give it a try.
    My faith has nothing to do with relics no matter how interesting or controversial they may be. How you expect to encourage an atheist to read the Bible via some spurious claims about a manky old death shroud is beyond me.
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    21 Aug '11 17:14
    Originally posted by trev33
    so why not post a link to something disproving the bible... that would save a lot of people a lot of time in this forum.

    btw what made you choose your religion? why did you not become hindu or jewish etc.?
    I have posted links that try to disprove the Holy Bible; but the only good
    they do is provide a little humor for us.
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    22 Aug '11 02:18
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    I have posted links that try to disprove the Holy Bible; but the only good
    they do is provide a little humor for us.
    It's like trying to "disprove" Moby Dick, or a Hardy Boys novel.
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    22 Aug '11 03:39
    Originally posted by Soothfast
    It's like trying to "disprove" Moby Dick, or a Hardy Boys novel.
    You or a real ignoramus and without providing any humor at all.
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