Christianity and other myths

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She said: ''You forget about

the fall back position

of Christianity: 


According to the Catholic church 

all 'souls' that had no faith

but were without sin- 

ended up there.

I envisage  

countless babies 

crawling around for eternity, 

crying for their mums!''

◄ The Love Making Of Hiawatha

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Graham Sherwood

Tue 15th Dec 2009 22:54

Tommy, every now and then you do one of these. Absolute corker and worth the wait. What a finish.

Janet Ramsden

Tue 15th Dec 2009 21:45

This poem makes my heart feel very heavy.
It's sad to think of all those poor souls in limbo with nowhere to go.
I believe that souls in the so-named place of limbo are lost and need a little assistance to move into the light. I believe the human can enter a state of being in limbo too.
With or without sin.


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Cynthia Buell Thomas

Tue 15th Dec 2009 17:59

Brilliant, Tommy.

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Dave Bradley

Tue 15th Dec 2009 17:57

Tommy I agree that Limbo is a barmy idea. The best presentation of it all I've come across is in The Great Divorce by C S Lewis

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kealan coady

Tue 15th Dec 2009 17:27

Unusual and thought provoking. I especially like your opinion of the church. My understanding of a christian after-world is that it is merely a ghost story to scare people into "acceptable" behaviour.

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