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Thoughts on the historical stages of Christian conversion in Western society and other things associated with it

While thinking one day I began to mention that there appears to be stages in the history of Christian conversion in western society.  It goes something like this: The pre-Christian world.  This, of course, is the pagan world.  During this time most … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the idea of the eternal and the Christian conversion – the ‘eternal by conversion’

Here’s an idea that appeared to me one day: While thinking I had some interesting thoughts about the idea of the “eternal”.  Now, by “eternal” I mean things like heaven/hell and the ‘spirit world’ or, to put it another way, the ‘beyond’.  … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Christian missionaries – a personal gripe

There is something about Christianity that I have always despised.  It is something that has revolted me and disgusted me to no end.  Basically, it is the missionary element in Christianity, this idea that the world has to be converted … Continue reading

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