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> But, who does listen to christ anymore? You've failed to answer that
In the parochy I grew up in numerous christians claim to
have listened to him. In the old days that would have been
a healthy and privileged sign. In this `enlightened' day
and age, however, people who hear voices in their heads
should seriously consider admission in a hospital to
undergo treatment for schizophrenia (if existing)...
For christ's sake, was christ even alive?
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