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What reformations of Christianity you guys are talking about?

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in response to reader comment: Islam needs its first reformation, Christianity its second

Submitted by Saladin (United States), Jul 9, 2006 at 09:48

Really? when did that happen?

ahmed zafire is confusing politics with religion. others cannot see what the western culture today is because of not reforming christianity but its aloofness from public life (separation of church and state)

pro-israeli democrat you want to come across as enlightend and peace-loving but your name betrays you. why should anyone be pro-israeli if they are "reformed" why can't you be pro-peace democrat. you believe in literal interpretation of bilbe, basically a fundementalist? read phil johnson's darwin on trial to see what the fossil records really prove.

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