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666.. uh oh! superstitious much?

ok well apart from this being my 666th post i was curious as to who on here is superstitious and believes in things most good Christians dont want to think about..(ex believes in ghosts, magic, etc.. )..after seing splattereds post about the presence in his house ive sen that a few of you DO in fact believe in ghosts.. well post up on your beliefs! lol


on a side note.. im not exactly atheist but i dont understand or believe the "one and only god" thing.. and just because of that and the line stated above i dont want you to think im bashing on Christianity..

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666 posts of worthless crap......that didnt take long.
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I consider myself a Christian, but I am open minded. I use the brain that God provided me and I refuse to be a sheep and follow guidelines of some organized church. There are so many "stuffy" Christians out there that make real Christians look bad. A lot of these hard-core Christians are one step away from being Shiites.


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Being a Mechanic Engineer, I fall back on science when I need something explained. This has always worked well. But I would love to be put through some ghost experience. Everybody I know seems to have one or two ghost stories. I've never had one to tell.
I could easily believe there is other life in this galaxy/universe. It would be pretty short minded to think we are the only intelligent (relatively speaking) entities that exist in the vastness of space.

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I consider myself a Christian, but I am open minded. I use the brain that God provided me and I refuse to be a sheep and follow guidelines of some organized church. There are so many "stuffy" Christians out there that make real Christians look bad. A lot of these hard-core Christians are one step away from being Shiites.
I'm with this guy. 4 years of Catholic school didn't really help, either.

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well i am a real christian that belives that jesus died on the cross to save me from the sins i have made/will make,and all of yours too,but i am a member of an orginized church group but it has nothing to do with rules,the church it self dosen't have rules,i think if your a true christian that you will follow the rule that God has set forth for you/us to follow,but i am open minded in the regard that there might be ghosts and other life but i just don't know.....but,
stickysilvertbird i know this sound a little used but if you ever want to talk about it just message me,oh that goes for everybody...lol....but everybody sins,and Jesus loves sinners but he hates sin
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Try having your street address be 666, the last 3 digits of your SSN be 666, and have red hair

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well i am a real christian that belives that jesus died on the cross to save me from the sins i have made/will make,and all of yours too,but i am a member of an orginized church group but it has nothing to do with rules,the church it self dosen't have rules,i think if your a true christian that you will follow the rule that God has set forth for you/us to follow,but i am open minded in the regard that there might be ghosts and other life but i just don't know.....but,
stickysilvertbird i know this sound a little used but if you ever want to talk about it just message me,oh that goes for everybody...lol....but everybody sins,and Jesus loves sinners but he hates sin



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I'm with this guy. 4 years of Catholic school didn't really help, either.
Try grade school and high school! I wouldn't have it any other way though.


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Try having your street address be 666, the last 3 digits of your SSN be 666, and have red hair

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Not superstitious at all, but I'm pretty sure that this one ^ is evil.
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