Talk:Christian mythology

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This is an old revision of this page, as edited by Cayzle (talk | contribs) at 02:51, 15 December 2001 (*minor response and thought on cool-off period). The present address (URL) is a permanent link to this revision, which may differ significantly from the current revision.

Oh, come on. This is basically the same article from three hours ago, which started all the fuss.

No, wait! It's not! It has no mention of sacred texts! It doesn't interfere with anyone's beliefs! Who believes in Santa Claus? In Narnia? In King Arthur?

If anyone objects to the Saints, or to the Vudon, or to anything else, please remove THAT PART or tell us here what is objectionable.

I REALLY don't want to label anything that Christians believe to be a sacred and divine truth as mythology. Surely a devil represented with a red suit and horns doesn't qualify, does it?

-- Cayzle

I'm staying out of it, this time. Enjoy. Ed Poor

hee hee! maybe we should let it rest for a few days and let things cool off. -- Cayzle