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in response to reader comment: Woman Modesty is imp in Christanity but they dont follow

Submitted by Lifeguard (United States), Aug 8, 2009 at 07:07

My friend, what are you saying? It seems as if you are asking for all women to dress like nuns. It also seems as if you are saying that the world is following the devil. And by reading through the lines, one gets the impression that you want the world to follow the dictates of the Council of Croyden, whatever they may be.

Please reflect back on what you said about nuns -- you obviously no nothing about nuns, and need to study their lives more before equating them in their habits to women in muslim attire. In fact there is nothing in a nun's dress code restricting their attire or prohibiting them from showing hands arms or legs. Many nuns wear typical clothing of the rest of society.

From what you've written and how you've written it, one has to suspect that the supporters of the Council of Croyden believe that ignorance is no vice so long as it is accompanied by great fervor.

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