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I could wear the name of God on a thong and He would still be holy

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in response to reader comment: to the guy with the comment of nike being a bad idea

Submitted by Abu Nudnik (Canada), Oct 15, 2006 at 12:58

See Chayim Yenkel's post above about God being holy even in the bottom of a urinal. We don't care, we don't care, we don't care because we worship GOD, get it? not his name, not his face, his underwear or any other representation of Him. If I wrote YHVH in the crack of my underwear, God would still be holy. Do you get it? We believe in GOD, not the idea of God or his representation. We can say it this way, "god", or this way: "G-d" or call him "Him" or "him." It doesn't matter.

You, on the other hand, worship the word, God, the image of his name: you are a primitive idolater and the guy who talks about killing people for making a logo on a BASKETBALL SHOE is a psychotic who needs to see a psychiatrist because he has lost contact with reality.

AIR. Get it? You fly through air like Michael Jordan - Air Jordan - playing BASKETBALL...!

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