Author: Raphael (---.nas9.cedar-rapids1.ia.us.da.qwest.ne)
Date: 04-30-06 12:40
> > > I just wanted to note in this...there too is the
> > > underlie(sic) parallel of trancendance(sic).
> > > The Jews were stuck in a rut and
> > the resolution came to shake it up a bit,
> > for those who needed salvation.
> > Dear LE LE,
> > Between you and Miss Muffett, it is
> > difficult to tell which is the more ignorant.
> > “...the resolution came...” chuckle, chuckle...
> > How I love the passive voice for entertainment.
> > You say:
> > > That has been seen in EVERY single vision/worldview/religion
> > > including Saul of Tarsus who was an apparent atheist
> > > beforehand.
> > R: Only the most profoundly ignorant
> > do not know that Saul of Tarsus was a Pharisee.
> > I wonder if this would distinguish Miss Muffett
> > from you.
> > Raphael
> Oh it's definitely me. Mr Muffet is very keen.
Dear LE LE,
You are half right — you definitely are the more ignorant.
> Actually, I did know that. I just wanted to hear you whisper
> sweet nothings again. :-)
R: Not just an ignoramus, but a lying ignoramus!
> I dunno know(sic) how much of Paul Mr Muffet was into.
> But from our conversations, I think he left him on the road to
> Damascus, because he didn't really fit into his worldview too
> good(sic). It's one of those other trees. I liked the analogy btw.
> It has a lot of true(sic) in it.
R: In light of the fact that you are denser than Miss Muffett, it comes as no surprise whatsoever that you, too, cannot distinguish people from trees.
But, it is not your being a blockhead that condemns you to hell — rather, it is your insistence pridefully to clutch to your sin that condemns you to hell. How foolish!