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2003-09-08 12:16 pm (UTC)
Cool page. I may bookmark it.
But anyways, I the name 'witchfondler' reminded me of the fact that you're wiccan right? Which kind? Just curious. I, myself, am not into the wiccan-thing. I do that there is one, fundamental-rule (the law of 3 or soemthing like that), and I do know there's several-schools of it. Which one do you belong to, if any?
Don't mean to be nosy, but the site's name stirred up my curiosity.
I don't belong to any particular 'school'...I read a bit of Scott Cunningham and stuff, but I pretty much go on my own principles and ways of doing things...
I was brought up baptist till I was 18...so I tend to shy away from any specific form of 'ceremony' really...and religious structure (apart from the necessary circle casting etc) doesn't really appeal to me.
2003-09-08 12:23 pm (UTC)
Re: Off subject
Funny. I thought Baptism, as a whole, emigrated entirely to the States. Perhaps, I have a faulty-understanding of Baptism (even if pop is Baptist himself), but I always that Baptism was kind of like a taboo out there in the UK - at least at one time or another.
It was, many many many years ago...but it is very widespread now, though not as extreme as in the american south.
- okay, so this is probably pushing it off-topic somewhat, and if it's going to offend your family, delete this. If you're in the right frame of mind, this is a decent site.
Here's what a genuine 'deep south' baptist had to say about it on another site:" was looking at the past messages left in this guest book when I happened upon an August '02 message from Shreveport, LA about a web site for "Landover Baptist Church", supposedly located in Iowa. After looking at the site and realizing that it is a spoof on Baptist churches, I wondered if the Shreveport person who posted this on the ABA site is one of the perpetrators of this horrible site. If not, I hope he will visit the web page again and go to their "What We Believe" page, look all the way at the bottom where the following is printed: "This parody is copyright 1996-2001 Americhrist Ltd. All rights reserved." Just in case you didn't catch it, a parody is defined as "a spoof of; make fun of; a composition that imitates somebody's style in a humorous way; humorous or satirical mimicry." Believe me, I did not think it was humorous in any way. I would be interested in knowing who the developers of the Landover site are so I could pray for them by name that God will heal their spiritual sickness. If their talents were used for the Lord, I believe many would find the truth instead of blasphemy and confusion. Even if their names are not made public, God knows who they are. May He have mercy on their souls!"
I leave you to draw your own conclusions.
I've seen that site before lol!
Some of the sermons are really funny!
Sometimes, tho, I think it's funnier if you have been a part of a church yourself...you can recognise exactly what is being satirised.
(if that makes any sense)
Sadly tho, as was the case with Alf Garnett...some people just don't get satire.
oh now those toys are just messed up