Hey Seldom...

The noble Order of the Knights of Jubal traces its origins back to the Year Two Thousand A.D., when a group of distinguished persons of good and true character, founded the order to promote chivalry and honour. The order takes its name from our leader, Alexander Jubal McRae, who on two (so far) occasions has been seriously injured, in one case fatally, defending an innocent woman from attackers.

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Postby Zolgar on Tue Jul 31, 2001 1:08 am

You being as knowledgable in religon as you are might be able to answer a question for me.....<P>A friend of mine recently put this in a chat window (on accident, actually.. But still):
<I>DuskTwilight1: FDelurlar: She was the first woman, amde from the clay of adam's birth, was raped by adam because she would not lay UNDER him as he fucked her, and she left eden after eating the first apple
DuskTwilight1: yea that is right she was the chick who started ..hang on I shall find it....
DuskTwilight1: She was said to have been met by the devil and was offered powers for her soul. Dark powers and could comand deamons and was called the first witch by most christains
FDelurlar: but that is wrong, the apple made her realize her potential
FDelurlar: it made her the first witch, true, but it also made her the consort of Lucifer BEFORE his fall
DuskTwilight1: no made her relize ahe was not a breeding horse
DuskTwilight1: that is new to me
FDelurlar: Lucifer was cast out NOT because of his want for gods power, but for his defiance of gods law to keep Lilith form entering Eden again</i>
(pardon the vulgarity, 'twis drectly cut and paste.)
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he one who she had the conversation with was (supposedly) Christian.. This is a fact I vehemently dispute.. Anyways, they get that beliefe froma book called the Apocrypha (perhaps you've sudied that one as well)<P>But to get to the point, I am wondering how such a book can be called a Christian book, when it so obviously contradicts what a Christian is raised to believe is the truth and the whole truth (I know I was...)?<P>Although, technically, if you want to go to the extreme, Christian is just one who believes in Christ...<P><P>------------------
To look death in the face
To end life, to take life
To damn this infernal race
Slay a man, slay his wife
Why, God, is it so simple
To destroy all we know
To make this world a temple
unto the demise we sow
And yet, it is so hard
to bring even the slightest
change to raise the standard
and, for once, give the world rest<P>(Okay, so, I'm not a good poet.)
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Postby Seldom on Tue Jul 31, 2001 1:32 am

Well, in the broad scheme of theological terminology, any literature associated with the foundation mythos of a given religious frame can be construed as related to that religious frame. Or, in more simple terms, anything written about the foundation of Christianity, whether proponent or opponent in perspective, can be defined as "Christian". Vaguely absurd, really, because it allows people to associate things such as The Satanic Verses with Catholicism and such, and cause no end of annoyance for theologians the world over.<P>But, this topic, and religious discussion in general, is only vaguely appropriate to this board. If you would like to continue this discussion, my Email is Acolytegrey@AOL.Com and I would be more than willing to continue, but not here, where we will clutter these good peoples' intent.<P>-Seldom
Knight Ambassador of the Three Orders.<P>"I hate arguing with him..."<P>"Why?"<P>"Cause he agrees with me, but still wins with the opposing arguement.."<P>-Eric the Blind, of Veritas.
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Postby Zolgar on Tue Jul 31, 2001 4:49 am

Heh.. Once I figgured out what you meant, I understood enough, Just a question I had <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspot.com/KeenBoard/smile.gif"><P>And, thanks for the answer<P>By the way was that end quote of your supposed to be of any relation to me? *grins*<p>[This message has been edited by Zolgar (edited 07-31-2001).]
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Postby Seldom on Tue Jul 31, 2001 10:28 am

No, actually, it was just something Lord Eric said to me after my promotion. There was a prolonged discussion after my ceremony, during which, My Lord Veritas disassembled the arguments of many members of the Council, including, Lord Eric. It was humourous, so I kept it.<P>-Seldom
Knight Ambassador of the Three Orders.<P>"I love arguing, I believe in growth through conflict, and more of my ideas are accepted by others during my arguments with them than during my presentations of them... I just wish i would win some of my arguments..."<P>-Benjamin, Knight Philosopher of the Order of Merciful Truth.
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Postby Zolgar on Wed Aug 01, 2001 3:57 am

*nods* Just noticed you used that quote as a sig in response to something I said, and seeing as in another thread you made the comment that I often concede a point, and bring up a counter point to it.. Just made me wonder.. <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspot.com/KeenBoard/smile.gif">
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