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August 21, 2005


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Gawd - I'm finally going reply to one of Skeptico's blogs on prayer. I had meant to reply to an earlier on one the topic, but hedged. I rarely if ever pray to "God". What with Free Will, I didn't assume there would be any, well, "reception" or would it be "trasmission". And then I've always seen it rather Deisticly - so he's moved on then, right? Plus, he may likely be still mulling over that big blowout he had with his beloved Lucifer (cf. Milton). I mean time is relative, right. So, I say prayers to Our Lady. I especially like the really old ones to her that others have written.

As usual, excellent post. This one actually made me laugh out loud.

It was a silly book... and with all the convenient coincidences PLUS the plot holes big enough to drive a truck through --- the movie could be silly too.

What possible difference can it make if one element of the book is a hoax? The Da Vinci code is a novel, a work of fiction, made up, not real, etc., etc. Why can't people get that through their heads? And why in "heaven's" name does an all-powerful god need defending?

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