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#1 Jun 11, 2014
Non-denominational groups such as the Red Cross which seem overtly Western in tone are criticized as being Christianity-biased.
Representatives of such groups claim that such monikers are inaccurate and unfair.
Because Western religions demonize concepts of human frailty and create elaborate images of seduction and seduction monsters, groups working for overtly altruistic causes seem pro-Western.
After all, Eastern paganistic religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism preach grand ideas about conversing with monsters, since monsters may exhibit an intellectual side, a notion explored in the timeless dragon-cartoon story "Grendel" (John Gardner).
Perhaps perception-hyperbole generalized Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Ravenous" (1999) serve as negotiation symbols.
#2 Jun 13, 2014
Only one way to conquer the "monster" of sin:
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