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Originally posted by Skyfloating
So you´re through with atheists and now going after us new agers? Be careful, we´re a more wicked bunch than the atheists.
For a "christian" you sure do pass a lot of judgement on others.
And yes, given the choice to kneel down in front of a guy nailed to a cross and going out to score members of the preferred sex, I´ll choose the latter any day.
Life wasnt meant to be the shame and blame game christianity makes it to be.
She says: 'The kids believed him . . . they'd had it drummed into them since before they could talk. What he did to them was hateful - he devastated their lives. No child should be expected to witness adult nudity and exist in an environment so close to people having orgies.'
Originally posted by ThreeNF
There is only one thing I will ever ask of my son - be happy! If it turns out that he is happy being Catholic, then I'll be happy. If he's happy being Raelian, then I'll be happy. If he's happy being a porn star, then I'll be happy ... etc.
Sex used to recruit Raelians
Members cruise bars, strip clubs
The Edmonton Sun/October 11, 2003
Former members of the Raelian cult say attractive members of the movement cruise strip clubs and bars looking for lonelyhearts who are offered free sex - and plenty of it - to recruit them into the organization. "They work the bars and the vulnerable ones are caught," said Steve Hassan, a former Moonie who now helps "deprogram" cult members with the Boston-based organization Freedom of Thought.
"They use free sexuality as inducement and recruiting."
Former Raelian Pete Cooke was recruited into the cult by a dancer in Montreal's Kit Kat strip bar. "I had been divorced for 16 years. I wasn't a misfit but I had trouble making friends and I was lonely and I got sucked right in," said Cooke, who spent two years with the cult.
The Quebec-based religion, headed by former journalist and race car driver Claude Vorilhon - who is known as Rael - believes humans were cloned by aliens. Cooke, who has been out of the cult for five years and now lives north of Toronto, believes in UFOs. "It wouldn't be such a bad place if you'd leave all the sex out. I'd never go back because of the sexual aspect," he said. "I didn't like all the opening of genitals or all the focusing on the anus."
Originally posted by Thurisaz
I feel cloning is an artificial way and the other spiritual.
I guess my point is if people grab the eternal life option through cloning, then they reject Christ. Christ states Christians are 'resurrected' through the spiritual faith.
Just how did the plural God make us? Being made does not really provide 'how' we were made. Could it signal a medical procedure using dust? Then taking the rib from Adam and making Eve. Look at medical science now, humans have developed a way to 'grow organs' from tissue.
Originally posted by ThreeNF
Our beautiful Raelian national guide (responsible for the USA) will be interviewed tonight (Friday, April 11th 2008) on www.alltalkradio.net... from 8:15 PM to 10:00 PM PST. I invite all of you to listen .... carefully