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1 Corinthians 15:41

There is one glory of the sun, and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the stars; indeed, star differs from star in glory.

"They're already celebrating billions being spent on a stupid wall. They're not thinking ahead. That ..."

And his own received him not
"Okay, this is the relevant bit:On the other side, the best democracies are stable not ..."

Romans 13 and the Gettysburg Address
"*reads about Warnke**splutters in Angrish for a while**makes neck-wringing hand gestures towards the screen*"

And his own received him not
"Which is a set of criteria that results in a number of nontheist theologians (a ..."

And his own received him not

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  • ChristianPinko

    Is this about Celestia and Luna?

  • Anonymous

    “Is this about Celestia and Luna?”

    I don’t think so. Fred is an Evangelical Christian (albeit a very unusual one in that he seems to see his Christianity as a teaching tool rather than a club to beat poor, filthy heathens over the head with), not a Celestian/Lunite. (Unfortunately, I can’t speak to whether or not he’s a Brony. Well, Fred; are you part of The Herd?)

  • P J Evans

     didn’t click on the links, I suspect.

  • Anonymous

    The profoundest act of worship is to try to understand. 

  • Amaryllis

    Lightly stepped a yellow star
    To its lofty place —
    Loosed the Moon her silver hat
    From her lustral Face —

    All of Evening softly lit
    As an Astral Hall —
    Father, I observed to Heaven,
    You are punctual.

    -Emily Dickinson

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  • Anonymous

    Pardon my OTness, but I thought I should point out that in the blogroll, the last name of your handle is misspelled.