strawman wrote:So easy, even a liberal atheist can do it!
Or, you may select the $5/month Paypal option, and we will hire homeless people to go to public libraries and vote, both saving you the effort and assuaging your guilt. This makes your donation fully tax deductible. And, using the newly enacted ACORN multiplier, you actually get a $3 deduction for each dollar donated!
Algernon Sydney is Dead wrote:ROU Killing Time wrote:What about moderate believers who's world view might be considered heretical by some mainstream religions?
I've heard it said that if you vote 2^666 times, that it will get you out of Purgatory.
dreamrock wrote:So, does the Alley thing work once per calendar month, or once every thirty days ish? Cuz I voted rather late in February.
dreamrock wrote:Normal Catholics know not to take the Pope too seriously. That's the difference between Catholics and Protestants. *badumching*
In my (admittedly limited) experience, Protestants take the Pope so seriously it hurts. The admittedly limited part of my experience has to do with the Catholic side of the equation, rather than the Protestant side. I've spent most of my life around Protestants and amongst the people I've encountered, it's not uncommon to hear the Pope seriously referred to as the anti-Christ, respect toward the Pope seen as idolatry, 90% of the more formal elements of the practice of Catholicism as demonic, Catholicism as being a large cult ... and so on.strawman wrote:I think you've got it wrong. Doesn't that make normal Catholics Protestants?
strawman wrote:Yea, the Revelation footnote in my mother's family bible states that the reference to "The whore of Babylon" was to the Catholic Church. I guess they figured they could get away with saying that because everyone knows Catholics aren't permitted to read the bible.
dreamrock wrote:On the other hand, some folks believe the Popes are mummified so they'll be extra vital at the resurrection when Jesus will call on them like a crew of super powered priests to ... do something vague that I'm going to pretend is similar to Voltron. It doesn't sound serious, but I'm sure it's serious for someone.
dreamrock wrote:On the other hand, some folks believe the Popes are mummified so they'll be extra vital at the resurrection when Jesus will call on them like a crew of super powered priests to ... do something vague that I'm going to pretend is similar to Voltron.
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