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Foxy

That's probably going to have as much effect on fundamentalists as telling them that Christmas was originally a pagan holiday...

One can certainly hope, though.

jon

If you have so little interest in the arcana of either religion, why bring this up in the first place?

Blacky

I think I can answer your question, Jon: because, regardless of anyone's interest, those religions have an enormous impact on all of our lives.

And speaking of arcana: the Vatican has an astronomer???

Paul "the tree" Carpenter

Yes Blacky, the Vatican has a few big telescopes and do a fair amount of astronomical research. Look it up: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vatican_Observatory

film izle

If you have so little interest in the arcana of either religion, why bring this up in the first place?

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