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    20 May '06 17:31
    I sure would like Dan Brown to write a book like this. Could you imagine? I give him 3 weeks before he is beheaded.
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    20 May '06 19:11
    Originally posted by whodey
    I sure would like Dan Brown to write a book like this. Could you imagine? I give him 3 weeks before he is beheaded.
    Yes, it is good to know the RCC is so open-minded about Da Vinci Code.
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    20 May '06 19:36
    Originally posted by whodey
    I sure would like Dan Brown to write a book like this. Could you imagine? I give him 3 weeks before he is beheaded.
    What an idiotic stereotype you present
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    20 May '06 19:53
    Originally posted by aardvarkhome
    What an idiotic stereotype you present
    Do you deny the truth of this statement?
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    20 May '06 22:43
    Salman Rushdie and The Satanic Verses springs to mind.
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    20 May '06 23:501 edit
    Originally posted by aardvarkhome
    What an idiotic stereotype you present
    Stereotype? Did you see what happened with Salmon Rushdie and the "Satanic Versis"? Did you see what happened to the Danish people with the cartoons? Radical Islam has proven time and time again that they are willing to violently protest any derision or perceived blasphamy. The world press is now scared to death of them, and I doubt you see any more attacks on Islam such as these in the near future. Respect is often a hard thing to earn. In the case of radical Islam, respect comes in the form of fear. In the case of Christianity, we do not threaten and do violence when derided and made fun of. As a result, we are not afforded the same level of respect as the radical Islamists. If a movie like the Da Vinci Code attacked Islamic theology as it does Christianity, they would all have to go into a witness protection program of some kind. I guess it is the price to pay for being the religion that preaches to love your enemies and to do good to them that persecute you.
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    21 May '06 00:001 edit
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    21 May '06 00:03
    Originally posted by whodey
    You must only not move on RHP when drunk, you must not post on RHP when drunk as well.
    BITE MY SHINEY METAL ASS



    In the nicest possible way, eh god
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    21 May '06 00:12
    Was there a point to this thread?

    I find the analogy falsely stated and ridiculously applied. I believe someone has already mentioned the stereotypical aspects.

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    21 May '06 02:10
    Originally posted by whodey
    I sure would like Dan Brown to write a book like this. Could you imagine? I give him 3 weeks before he is beheaded.
    To paraphrase:

    "I sure miss the days when the followers of my God were allowed to run amok and kill infidels. Confound and curse this 'Age of Grace' crap!"
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    21 May '06 02:37
    Originally posted by BigDoggProblem
    To paraphrase:

    "I sure miss the days when the followers of my God were allowed to run amok and kill infidels. Confound and curse this 'Age of Grace' crap!"
    LOL. No, actually it is why I am a Christian. I was shown grace and mercy and was given a chance to change. It would be sinful for me to not give others the same chance equal to my own. Before I became a Christian, it seemed that every time I tried exacting vengence upon poeple it usually backfired on me. Either I suffered the consequences for my actions or innocent people suffered the consequences. If I did deem the vengence to be successful, however, there was never any satisfaction from it. The only thing accomplished was that they suffered. No good ever came from it.
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    21 May '06 08:33
    Originally posted by aardvarkhome
    What an idiotic stereotype you present
    Really? Have you ever heard of Salman Rushdie or Theo Van Gogh? Research what happened to Van Gogh. I assure you this is no stereotype.....🙄
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    21 May '06 08:49
    Originally posted by whodey
    Stereotype? Did you see what happened with Salmon Rushdie and the "Satanic Versis"? Did you see what happened to the Danish people with the cartoons? Radical Islam has proven time and time again that they are willing to violently protest any derision or perceived blasphamy. The world press is now scared to death of them, and I doubt you see any more attac ...[text shortened]... ng the religion that preaches to love your enemies and to do good to them that persecute you.
    Salmaan Rushdie. Alive and kicking (and writing tedious books)
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    21 May '06 08:52
    Originally posted by chancremechanic
    Really? Have you ever heard of Salman Rushdie or Theo Van Gogh? Research what happened to Van Gogh. I assure you this is no stereotype.....🙄
    Theo van Gogh: yes, you're right.

    Interestingly, here in the UK we are prosecuting some of those who called for violence against the editor of the Danish newspaper for incitement to murder.
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    21 May '06 16:34
    Originally posted by aardvarkhome
    Salmaan Rushdie. Alive and kicking (and writing tedious books)
    And hiding for his life!!!!!!!!
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