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  • #21
    Re: Armenians & Christianity.

    Originally posted by HyeWayCop
    Jesus is not Christian .. anahita lay off the crack child.

    I am assuming that you are a Christian. Jesus IS NOT/WAS NOT/WILL NEVER BE a 'Christian.' You can be one if you want to, though. No quotes, there.

    [Edit: No crack or coke for me, ever. I wouldn't touch that. Crack is pure evil... introduced to vulnerable kids. Anyone can quote me on that, about 'evil.' Crack is evil (and was introduced to inner cities... by people doing EVIL things.)]
    Last edited by Anahita; 07-03-2006, 02:32 AM.

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    • #22
      Re: Armenians & Christianity.

      How explain that to me this should be intresting. you cant just say something state some facts.
      Which Way is the Right Way?

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      • #23
        Re: Armenians & Christianity.

        Anahita: WE DO NOT WORSHIP MARY!!!! Maryology is a sin and a damnable offense in God's Eyes. Do not speak for the Roman Catholic Church and do not insult our Lord & Saviour, Jesus Christ, who IS God, and is part of the Holy Trinity, as anybody else here can tell you (despite some not believing). I don't care what you believe, but, don't tell me what I believe and how I behave. WE DO NOT WORSHIP MARY!!! NEVER HAVE, NEVER WILL!!!!
        "Many diasporans are the descendants of genocide survivors. They are not just going to forget what the Ottoman Turks did to them or their ancestors in 1915. For the Turkish government the diasporans are merely the "ones that got away."" -- Tom Servo

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        • #24
          Re: Armenians & Christianity.

          Holy crap talk about an inflated eGo with a capital G! HyeWayCop do you now see exactly what I meant by the religious having the much larger ego problem?

          And once again to answer your question HyeWayCop: Knowing the facts about a certain thing is one thing. Having the ability to figure out some explanations are simply not valid is another. You don't have to always know everything. Just because I don't (or anyone else) know how the Earth formed doesn't mean that by default the Christian version of things becomes a valid view. For one thing, the Christian version seems to have very little in common with what we actually do know.

          Now since I told you what I believed, it's your turn to say what you believe. What do YOU believe about the questions you asked me?
          Last edited by Sip; 07-03-2006, 10:25 AM.
          this post = teh win.

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          • #25
            Re: Armenians & Christianity.

            Armenia was the FIRST country in the world to make Christianity the state religion. Armenian churches and monasteries are beautiful...we have many in Iran...architecturally though, I cannot tell the difference between an Armenian and a Georgian church...they look so much alike.

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            • #26
              Re: Armenians & Christianity.

              I believe in the truth which is God... Christians have ego's, ( i dont think so) its those people that think there so smart that believe in themselves or we came from monkeys, GOD IS #1.
              Which Way is the Right Way?

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              • #27
                Re: Armenians & Christianity.

                Originally posted by HyeWayCop
                I believe in the truth which is God.
                Why do you believe this?
                this post = teh win.

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                • #28
                  Re: Armenians & Christianity.

                  This thread is about Armenians and Christianity in the Armenian history forum. Please let's not get into the Christianity/religion is wrong or why Christianity/religion is better arguments.
                  Achkerov kute.

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                  • #29
                    Re: Armenians & Christianity.

                    Originally posted by Anonymouse
                    The role of Christianity was important in that it erected a natural barrier between the Mohammadan Turks.
                    Many nations converted to islam but kept their identity. The persians being an obvious example. Regardless of my own faith...logical thinking dictates that although converting to christianity in 301AD was politically a very astute move...holding on to that faith however has cost Armenians a lot strategically.

                    My two cents
                    (and it's canadian cents at that)
                    'be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle'
                    Plato (427-347BC)

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                    • #30
                      Re: Armenians & Christianity.

                      Arent the majority of Armenians Christian. Thats how i was taught & raised.
                      Download the song "Schism" by Tool.

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