rwill627 at cox.net
Thu Jul 7 16:49:24 EDT 2005
Is it on this list or another that we have a subscriber whose postscript is
"You know you have made God in your own image when he hates the people you
There is a reason that Jesus talked so much about humility. Everyone who
thinks he has God in a bottle and knows His mind is a tool of the Devil, be
he jihadist or American "who speaks for God."
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> What kind of a God--or demon--can such people follow, that leads them to
> commit such acts?
> God bless and help the victims and their families--and help Scotland Yard
> and the civilized world apprehend and arrest (in all senses of the world)
> the depraved monsters who are responsible for the attacks.
> May the misery they've caused return to them "an hundredfold."
> What kind of a God?
> Milton's God. Samson's God. The God to whom George Bush prayed before he
> initiated Operation Shock and Awe -- a much more devastating attack than
> today's on innocent bystanders, and (as we are fond of saying of any
> attack leveled against the US) a **sneak** attack that caught even CNN off
> How can we call down vengeance without further damning ourselves?
> Julia M. Walker
> Professor of English
> State University of New York
> Geneseo, New York 14454
> "My only regret is that I have not been braver and bolder
> and truer in the honest conviction of my soul."
> Elizabeth Cady Stanton
> "What is it 'to live a good life'? It is not less than everything.
> It implies no choice, no limitations, no refusal; for if we have
> chosen or limited our sacrifice, it is no longer 'good.'"
> A. Maude Royden
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