Letting the spirits move them
“There became a desire for another men's group that is structured in such a way to make it easy for men who are in the margins of the church to find a foothold”
On the second Thursday of every month, the private room at Ellie's Place in Millersville is filled with 18 to 25 men gathered around pitchers of beer and boxes of wings and talking about creation versus ... via Hometown Annapolis
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#1 May 13, 2008
"We all come from different religious backgrounds, and we each bring our baggage with us," said Joe Fudjack.
In other words, we all believe in different myths and folklore because we need some explaination of our existence so we can sleep well at night. Even though in the scheme of things it really doesn't matter, nor that our Christian values conflict with our country's value of greed, corruption, and war. Oh that's right, the Iraq War is a way of participating the Crusades to be good Christians.
Men drinking beers and talking about BS, why don't they just join a bowling league.
#2 May 13, 2008
ROGER,why don't you and all your liberal friends and family pack your bags and move to the middle east or any other country that you choose and see first hand about greed,corruption,and war.it seems that this country is not good enough for you so leave. you know nothing about christian values and about the bible that talks about war,the Iraq war was started by the insurgents,we ended the first war in 3 weeks when saddam went running to his hole.if he would of let inspectors in we would'nt be in this situation,remember binladen wants to slaughter your mother,father,sister,brother,w ife and your kids.they love when un patriotic people like you speak up you are such an idiot.it does'nt suprise me you live in severna(stuck up)park where the parents are the worst at sporting events and all the kids tell them what to do,I was just wandering was it your son or daughter who got caught CHEATING on their tests.you people are a joke!
#3 May 14, 2008
"you people" - that says alot about your views on stereotypes.
Why don't you become more familiar about the history of the Middle East. US influence includes supporting the oppressive dictators in Iran and Iraq that came back to fuel the resentment of today. It even includes training Iraq on WMD.
I think all religion is ridiculous and the cause of many wars and suppression - filled with hypocracy and all about control. Even Christian history is filled with many attrocities.
Go smother the flag in someone else's face. People in our country have become very complacent and naive of the truth. As long as you can live in your materialistic consumption-driven world, all is good.
As for Severna Park High School - I'm not impressed with it.
BTW - I served in our military.
#4 May 14, 2008
America - love or change it.
#5 Jun 22, 2008
You must be a uneducated and narrow minded idiot. What makes you bring up someone cheating on a test when your talking about war and our country. I highly doubt you have any cultural experience outside of Crofton.
#6 Aug 14, 2008
Gee, Roger...you sound like you might be an atheist. Are you?(Come to papa...please...coooommme tooooo papaaaaa...)
#7 Aug 14, 2008
Wow such hate being spewed here. How about giving something like this a try. Or are you to scared to have a discussion with someone who has the intellect to banter with you. I would bet Roger is the type who would fail to see that the worst regimes on earth for the past 100 years have been anti-religion. Look at Pol Pot, Stalin, Lenin, Hitler, Mussolini, Ho Chi Minh, Mao- they all banned religion in the thier countries then saw millions die to satisfy their lust for power. But I guess it is religion that causes that kind of horror.
But then thinking of my religion does make me sleep better at night knowing that we will fight against such tryanny when able.
#8 Aug 14, 2008
Exactly. This "religion causes war" cliche is for non-thinking hyper-secularists, most of whom are atheists. It is easily refuted by history; both with rife examples of good being done by both religious individuals and organizations, and by the atrocities committed by those offering the world a secular utopia at gun-point.
If religion causes war, the converse must be true; the absence of religion causes peace. This is clearly not the case.
#9 Oct 16, 2008
Well, Greg...it looks like once again they can't answer that one. This absurd lie about religion being that bane of humanity just doesn't stack up against historical fact. Conversely, history DOES prove that atheists/secularists tend to produce brutal dictatorships. So much for Humanism. This fabrication needs to be repeatedly obliterated since it's one of the many ways hyper-secularists try to marginalize people of faith.
Evidently Roger indeed IS to scared to have a discussion with someone who has the intellect to banter with him. Where is he? Like most atheists, he is long on rhetoric and short on facts. I'm sure he has moved on in search of a softer target. Typical.
#10 Oct 16, 2008
Please take 5 and breathe....
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#11 Mar 21, 2009
Screw you and your religious BS.
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