Re: MD On Faith

From: Mark Steven Heyman (
Date: Tue Oct 26 2004 - 05:15:12 BST

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    On 25 Oct 2004 at 21:22, ml wrote:
    Mark said:
    > "ANY religion is different on those two hands.
    > Silly, silly social teachings become embedded in formal religious
    > structures. Any true or deep practitioner reaches a point where
    > they pass beyond the social formalism and into a place where they
    > learn to bite
    > tongue and not roll their eyes at their own tradition.
    > Much as I have fun slapping social formalism I would be remiss to
    > not
    > beyond."

    msh says:
    Now I'm really confused. As far as I know there are two Marks on
    this list, Heyman (msh) and Maxwell. Sadly, I haven't seen a
    contribution from Mark Maxwell for many weeks. And I know for a fact
    I never wrote the words quoted above.

    This kind of sloppy reading and reckless response is not conducive to
    good discussion. Please, everyone... slow down... and think...

    Mark Steven Heyman (msh)
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