Re: MD quality religion

From: Wim Nusselder (
Date: Sun Mar 21 2004 - 14:30:38 GMT

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    Dear MoQists interested in an 'Idols'-like competition between religions,

    Platt presented (13 Mar 2004 08:59:41 -0500) 'pursuing Dynamic Quality by
    creating and contemplating art as well as by pursuing beauty in all my
    endeavors' as best religion.
    I have nominated Quakerism and will present it in due course.
    Sam more or less promised 21 Mar 2004 11:57:35 -0000 to make the case for (I
    guess) Anglicanism as soon as his hectic life give's him a chance to do so.

    David B. 20 Mar 2004 14:56:56 -0700 declined to nominate a non-Western
    religion, because -being a Western person- that would imply (in Jung's
    words) theft.
    That's fine, I'd say: as nominators we also need an audience, people who (in
    the 'Idols' model) decide by voting which religion wins the contest.

    I presented 12 Mar 2004 08:30:40 +0100 a proposal for the format of the
    contest. The first step was:
    'someone starts presenting a religion as soon as we think that enough people
    on this list may be interested to present their favourite religion as
    potential "idol" and to vote on it.'

    I don't think 3 nominators and 1 non-nominating voter is enough yet. WHO
    ELSE WANTS TO PARTICIPATE in one role or the other?

    Maybe Joe or Don (drose) might want to nominate (AND seriously present)
    Catholicism (having more or less identified themselves as followers)?
    Don (drose), did you already invite the Mormon and the evangelical you wrote
    about 10 Mar 2004 19:45:48 -0500?
    Leland, Matt P., Jon, David M., Steve P., Jim, Steve (arborealman), Matt K.
    and others lurking in this thread until now: Would you be willing to
    act -with David B.- as audience/voters/jury?

    With friendly greetings,


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