You are correct in your post. Protestants do it in remembrance of Christ, and Catholic say the body of Christ. Still it is absurd to call Catholics cannibals because of this. This post was juvenile and posted just to draw you attention. It shows a complete lack of maturity, and a lack of judgement.
Actually sheye is the one entirely clueless of the subject she breached, she so totally needed your defense.
Really I don't need to take someone baby step by baby step to get a point accross, figure it out.
Not everyone is going to be as particular,
sandra wrote:And if you want to turn this thread into my posting etiquett, by all means, bring it on, rip it apart, its something you or sheye could discuss on knowledgeable terms.
_Billy_ wrote:Doing good Lash. Down in the woods with my dog, sitting by the fireplace and keeping warm. It's raining here. This land (200 acres) was a land grant from the King of England to one of my ancestors, and I finally got it. See you at 221B Baker St.
Hows that for presenting information in a comprehensive style?
sheye wrote:A dogma of the catholic church is that the eucharist and wine are ACTUALLY changed into the body and blood of Jesus.
The idea that a "loving" heavenly father would actually require his believers to drink blood and eat flesh in order to "cleanse" themselves of sin seems sadistically distorted to me.
If there is a god,and thats what he requires for "heaven"...I feel like I might be better off in "hell"
(the fact that I bought into that BS for so long makes me very angry at myself)
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