Catholic Church Waging War on Women and Gays

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“Pharmacists must seek to raise people's awareness so that all human beings are protected from conception to natural death, and so that medicines truly play a therapeutic role”

Pope Benedict XVI said Monday that pharmacists have a right to use conscientious objection to avoid dispensing emergency contraception or euthanasia drugs - and told them they should also inform patients of the ... via Fables of the reconstruction

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When you preach about the wrath of god, it reminds of Bitner's suggestion, that "All gods are DIVINE."
Hahahahahahaha
It's not my fault you don't understand the meanings of so many words, or how they apply to certain concepts.

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It's not my fault you don't understand the meanings of so many words, or how they apply to certain concepts.
ARE all gods divine, or aren't they Bitner? Your words stated that all gods are divine.

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ARE all gods divine, or aren't they Bitner? Your words stated that all gods are divine.
Yes I did. It's the nature of all Gods. Feel free to look up the meanings of the word Divine.

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I just went back on this thread and studied some more about when things started to go sour for me with Bitner.

I was posting to Kathwyn, another Wiccan, when Bitner jumped in. Notice how she "forewarns" me with the words, "We've always gotten along just fine."
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If, as a Wiccan you want to pray, pray to your heart's content.
If I want to critisize all religion, I will critisize to my heart's content.
That is the nature of forums.


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The trouble June, is you lumping all religions together as though they are the same. They are not. There are religions that don't proselytize, that don't try to convert by force or fear, that acknowledge that there are many paths not just one, that are not intolerant of those perceived as different.

Yes, they are all cults. Yes, they are meaningful to their adherents. No, they are not all corrupt, nor do they all seek to control everyone.

We've always gotten along just fine. I understand where you're coming from. I just wish you wouldn't paint us all with the same broad brush. I'm sure Kathwynn feels the same.

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June VanDerMark wrote:
I just went back on this thread and studied some more about when things started to go sour for me with Bitner.
I was posting to Kathwyn, another Wiccan, when Bitner jumped in. Notice how she "forewarns" me with the words, "We've always gotten along just fine."
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June VanDerMark wrote:
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If, as a Wiccan you want to pray, pray to your heart's content.
If I want to critisize all religion, I will critisize to my heart's content.
That is the nature of forums.
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The trouble June, is you lumping all religions together as though they are the same. They are not. There are religions that don't proselytize, that don't try to convert by force or fear, that acknowledge that there are many paths not just one, that are not intolerant of those perceived as different.
Yes, they are all cults. Yes, they are meaningful to their adherents. No, they are not all corrupt, nor do they all seek to control everyone.
We've always gotten along just fine. I understand where you're coming from. I just wish you wouldn't paint us all with the same broad brush. I'm sure Kathwynn feels the same.
Thank you, for proving that I asked nicely, and that I only ever asked you to stop painting all religions with the same broad brush. You can stop pretending it wasn't you who "went for blood" first.

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And now I understand from study that Wiccans DO proselytize, and I percieve that if they got power over others, they would be just as mean as any other group of religious know-it-alls.

I didn't agree with DayStorm's religious nonsense, but I comprehend that HE believes it, and was honest in his certainty that if he didn't rebuke "sinners" we would all burn in hell.

The way I perceive the issue is, if Bitner had her way, she wouldn't care to learn "why" DayStorm believes what he believes, but simply (if she could) would silence DayStorm and gleefully carry on preaching about the tolerance of Wiccans.

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Yes I did. It's the nature of all Gods. Feel free to look up the meanings of the word Divine.
Of course you will be certain to find other meanings that suit you, but I believe that divine does not include a god that would create evil.

a. Supremely good or beautiful; magnificent: a divine performance of the concerto.
b. Extremely pleasant; delightful: had a divine time at the ball.
4. Heavenly; perfect.
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http://www.thefreedictionary.com/divine

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So if Bitner has faith that gods create evil, then she must also include that her goddess could be of the nature of evil, as were those old pagan deities.

I don't think Starhawk or Kathwynn would agree.

It's not "new age"-religion to worship evil gods or goddesses.

That only fits the old warn-out Abrahamic religions.

The new faddish-gods are loving entities, and you'd better "believe it."

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And now I understand from study that Wiccans DO proselytize, and I percieve that if they got power over others, they would be just as mean as any other group of religious know-it-alls.
I didn't agree with DayStorm's religious nonsense, but I comprehend that HE believes it, and was honest in his certainty that if he didn't rebuke "sinners" we would all burn in hell.
The way I perceive the issue is, if Bitner had her way, she wouldn't care to learn "why" DayStorm believes what he believes, but simply (if she could) would silence DayStorm and gleefully carry on preaching about the tolerance of Wiccans.
And you'd be completely wrong. Wiccans do not proseltyze, I already know why Daystorm posts what he does, have no desire to silence him, and I do not preach. Challenging your lies and twists is not preaching.

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Of course you will be certain to find other meanings that suit you, but I believe that divine does not include a god that would create evil.
a. Supremely good or beautiful; magnificent: a divine performance of the concerto.
b. Extremely pleasant; delightful: had a divine time at the ball.
4. Heavenly; perfect.
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http://www.thefreedictionary.com/divine
How typically dishonest of you to leave off the very first definition your own source gives;

"a. Having the nature of or being a deity."

All Gods are, by definition, divine. Deal with it.

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Those in the Abrahamic religions are having real problems. They originally created their gods as nasty beings that would punish, and it's tough when you're continually in the limelight to morph nasty gods into loving gods.

The modern Pagans faded out through history, so when they came back on the religious scene with their loving gods, most people hadn't studied the old Pagan gods to comprehend that (according to the human authors) the old gods demanded animal and human sacrifices to appease the gods' blood-lust natures.

But I DID study those old Pagan gods, and they were NOT all fluff and candy as the modern Pagans such as Wiccans teach is the case.

Shysters come in all shades of grey, and are not loaded with light as they would like people to believe.

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So if Bitner has faith that gods create evil, then she must also include that her goddess could be of the nature of evil, as were those old pagan deities.
I don't think Starhawk or Kathwynn would agree.
It's not "new age"-religion to worship evil gods or goddesses.
That only fits the old warn-out Abrahamic religions.
The new faddish-gods are loving entities, and you'd better "believe it."
The Gods created everything. "Evil" is merely a human perception of the negative that affects us personally. There are no "evil" Gods in that case, as the Gods encompass all. There is no doubt in my mind that both Kathwyn and Starhawk would agree with that assessment. But if you don't believe that, the next time you see them, you can ask them.

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And you'd be completely wrong. Wiccans do not proseltyze,
YES ... they DO! I know one personally that proselytzes and I have brought up many on forums that admit they had Wiccan friends who encouraged them to read literature and come to Wiccan get-togethers.

I understand you adhere to your cult Bitner, but lying is not prophet-able.

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The Gods created everything. "Evil" is merely a human perception of the negative that affects us personally. There are no "evil" Gods in that case, as the Gods encompass all. There is no doubt in my mind that both Kathwyn and Starhawk would agree with that assessment. But if you don't believe that, the next time you see them, you can ask them.
Gods ARE human perceptions, and through imagination, humans created the natures of the gods.

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Bitner wrote:
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How typically dishonest of you to leave off the very first definition your own source gives;
"a. Having the nature of or being a deity."
All Gods are, by definition, divine. Deal with it.
Words have meaning ... stated Bitner!
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The Use and Misuse of Language Ö edited by S. I. Hayakawa.

General semanticists know it is hard to make the average person realize that he brings meaning to the word, that the word does not contain any meaning.

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Those in the Abrahamic religions are having real problems. They originally created their gods as nasty beings that would punish, and it's tough when you're continually in the limelight to morph nasty gods into loving gods.
The modern Pagans faded out through history, so when they came back on the religious scene with their loving gods, most people hadn't studied the old Pagan gods to comprehend that (according to the human authors) the old gods demanded animal and human sacrifices to appease the gods' blood-lust natures.
But I DID study those old Pagan gods, and they were NOT all fluff and candy as the modern Pagans such as Wiccans teach is the case.
Shysters come in all shades of grey, and are not loaded with light as they would like people to believe.
Your dishonesty is showing again.

One, MANY people had already studied ancient Pagan religions, or YOU couldn't have found any information on them.

Two, you are taking Wicca, and applying it to ALL modern Pagan religions. Not all modern Pagans are Wiccan, and many of them do not follow or teach what Wicca teaches. Nor does Wicca teach that the ancient Pagan Gods were "all fluff and candy". Some Wiccans might think so, but that is not a teaching of Wicca. Apparenlty your "study" of "modern Pagan religions" is woefully incomplete.

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YES ... they DO! I know one personally that proselytzes and I have brought up many on forums that admit they had Wiccan friends who encouraged them to read literature and come to Wiccan get-togethers.
I understand you adhere to your cult Bitner, but lying is not prophet-able.
I doubt any Wiccan would put up with your nonsense long enough to remain friends with you.

Still, answering questions, or telling someone where to find out information is not proselytizing. You want to pretend that Wiccans just do this out of the blue, without someone asking first. As I said, Wiccans don't seek converts, people find Wicca.

I am not lying.

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Gods ARE human perceptions, and through imagination, humans created the natures of the gods.
You're deflecting again.

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Words have meaning ... stated Bitner!
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The Use and Misuse of Language Ö edited by S. I. Hayakawa.
General semanticists know it is hard to make the average person realize that he brings meaning to the word, that the word does not contain any meaning.
Yes, words have meanings. And YOU ignored the very first meaning deliberately to try to prove me wrong. It shows your basic dishonesty, and backfired on you, but that's not my problem.

The Gods are, by definition, divine.

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Bitner's preference is to use the term divine in THIS context.

a. Having the nature of or being a deity.

But the natures of the deities is the context that indicates whether they are divine or cruel.

RIGHT Bitner???

Bitner is a master at word-trickery.

That's why she enjoys being a witch.

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