sheye wrote:You need to do some research as well lash...because there is a HUGE difference in the dogmas of the catholic church and the rest of Christianity,from the eucharist to baptism to birth control.
As far as calling me a numptie for expressing my beliefs
(nice pic by the way,but it looks like someone bit your pointing finger off...ouch)
they belong to the Blackvault board, for anyone to reply to. If you don't like it, delete your own thread. Thats your perogative, if you don't like the results you are getting.
Why is it okay to eat someone if you're on a desert island but it's not okay to eat someone if it's for spiritual reasons? Do you disagree with it on all levels or just when it's for spiritual reasons my dear?
sheye wrote:Why is it okay to eat someone if you're on a desert island but it's not okay to eat someone if it's for spiritual reasons? Do you disagree with it on all levels or just when it's for spiritual reasons my dear?
Do you really have to ask that question lash? Cmon
One s for basic survival,and I'm not sure if what I would do in that case,but i doubt I could bring myself to knowingly eat flesh of a human to survive.
As for spiritual reasons to eat flesh??? Its totally ridiculous to me in whatever religion you practice, whether it native american..catholic,or satanic.
First you should understand why something is done, with what reasons, and how it is applied.
sandra wrote:My intent of introducing this into this thread was also to show sheye that this exact teaching of bread and wine seen as the body of Christ is actually very similar to many more belief systems throughout history, and different cultures, some existing and being practiced today. That her view of cannibilism is what she makes it, that to some people cannibilism has been an expression of physical and spiritual growth (being more one) through representation alone, not just literally speaking, and that cannibilism just like anything else is subject to reasoning.
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