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To: Dr. Eckleburg
Ah Well,

I guess 22,748 groups of you can't be wrong, can they? How many of these groups are actually right? How can you be right when you use an abridged version of The Bible?

Never mind, by the end of the year there will be 275 new "religions" that think they are right. must be nice to simply change your religion when your old one has a belief that makes life inconvenient for you.
10 posted on 03/31/2004 12:15:11 PM PST by GoBoks (Please pledge your Prayers for the Holy Souls in Purgatory at http://www.MTEP.com)
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To: GoBoks
Obviously you didn't read the article otherwise you wouldn't be making such stupid statements.

"No doubt the same Roman Catholic apologists who so gleefully cite the erroneous 25,000-denominations figure, and who might with just as much glee cite the revised 8,196-denominations figure, would reel at the notion that there might actually be 223 distinct denominations within Roman Catholicism!"

And to which one of the 223 Catholic denominations do you belong?

12 posted on 03/31/2004 12:44:58 PM PST by HarleyD (READ Your Bible-STUDY to show yourself approved)
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To: GoBoks
I guess 22,748 groups of you can't be wrong, can they? How many of these groups are actually right?
 
If you want to know how many "true" churches there are there can only be two answers ONE or ZERO. I am always amused when people ask someone about their religious beliefs and then ask them if they think their denomination is the only true church. If the answer was not yes than they should be looking for a new church themselves. There are thousands of  GOOD churches but only one at a time could ever be true.

33 posted on 03/31/2004 11:06:26 PM PST by azcap
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