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Dylanfanatic - 15/04/2004 02:53:16 PM

hell, no

it seems completely out there. So much out there, in fact, I find it hard to be coherent.

I find it impossible to believe in God, even a God who is pretty impersonal, even just a force of kinds. How much more would I not find it impossible to believe in something like this.

It is like the description in one of the Narnia-books (prince caspian or the silver chair, perhaps?), where they are talking about how high the mountain Jill (right?) falls off...

right. shut me out of all the other questions *pout*

nope. I am guessing wildly: an American?

Nope, a former Anglican priest, John Nelson Darby, who was much bigger in America around 1860-1880 than he was in Ireland and Britain. Plymouth Brethren - do a search for them sometime. You might be fascinated/repelled.

nope.

a lot of fantasy, which people believe in.

well, yes. but ineteresting nonetheless.

or would, if I had ever seen one. But I don't live in the US, and there are much fewer of them around here.

You mostly see them in the South. So yeah, I'm actually just a few miles away from Ground Zero of all this. You know Nashville is like (with Rome and a couple other places) the Religious Publication Capital, right?

neither?

too many mushrooms. definitely. As Crowley ... or was it Aziraphael? said...

Crowley, I think. I know there was a lot of debate as to whether or not the book was even canonical. Took the Eastern Church a couple of centuries after the Council of Carthage to accept it.

I try. I generally try.

I know.


Dylanfanatic

Illusions fall like the husk of a fruit, one after another, and the fruit is experience. - Narrator, Sylvie

OF Blog of the Fallen




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