Rainbow Mountain celebrates autumnal ...

Rainbow Mountain celebrates autumnal equinox

There are 26 comments on the Asheville Citizen-Times story from Sep 24, 2007, titled Rainbow Mountain celebrates autumnal equinox. In it, Asheville Citizen-Times reports that:

On Monday, Rainbow Mountain Children's School celebrated the first day of fall in a school-wide gathering that honored the school community, the equinox's balance of light and dark, and fall's preparations for ...

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Hickory, NC

#23 Dec 21, 2008
The Man wrote:
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Gosh, the last time I checked, there were plenty of churches and christian schools in the area. Fools.
But they cost money.

There ARE options that are practially free.
The Man

Mount Olive, NC

#24 Dec 21, 2008
The nerve of these church owned schools to charge for the children of their flock to attend. So much for good christian charity. If there ARE options that are practically free then I'd suggest you take advantage of them. Fools.

“Never believe generalizations”

Since: Feb 07

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#25 Dec 21, 2008
The Man wrote:
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Gosh, the last time I checked, there were plenty of churches and christian schools in the area. Fools.
FIVE Star response.
Dept of Future Crime

Waynesville, NC

#26 Dec 21, 2008
local and fed up wrote:
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Being concerned with "the natural rythms of the earth" IS paganism, darlin'. Wake up before you end up being concerned with the natural rythm of eternal separation from God.
Does that include calculating the tides? My cousin is a deep sea fisherman and pays attention to the moon, tides, and seasons. I would hate to think his soul is in danger.

“Never believe generalizations”

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#27 Dec 21, 2008
The Man wrote:
The nerve of these church owned schools to charge for the children of their flock to attend. So much for good christian charity. If there ARE options that are practically free then I'd suggest you take advantage of them. Fools.
Pay to pray.
Never made much sense to me.
Outsider

Porterdale, GA

#28 Sep 28, 2012
several people posting here assume that things that they don't understand scientifically are not things to be discovered but are things that must (because they are misunderstood) be attributable to some imaginary man (god). God is imaginary. The earth is real. RMCS doesn't teach that god is imaginary but they do teach something that is obvious - the earth we are walking on is obviously real.

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