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  1. translating the Bible

    Translating the Bible into as many naturally evolved languages as possible, I strongly believe in.

    But would there really be any point in translating the Bible into constructed languages?

    I'm sure there are many Spanish language copies of the Bible. This makes perfect sense.

    But, say for example, translating the Bible into Esperanto, which is a constructed language, and generally not used as a first language- I really think translating the Bible into ...

    Updated Dec 13th 2010 at 07:05 PM by gringo300

  2. Santa Claus is a type of antichrist!

    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Missionary View Post
    Yeah... and if you switch a couple of letters around Santa obviously becomes Satan.

    Satan Claus... think about it.

    [Rant Forthcoming]

    Back in the real world, I can think of nothing more against what Christmas stands for and means that a bunch of church people demonizing everything about the holiday. No tree (pagan), no Santa (antichrist), no presents (worldly gain from filthy lucre), etc. Even if you hate every demonic thing about
  3. Santa Claus is a type of antichrist!

    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Missionary View Post
    For those who teach thier children the truth, I want you to all set your three year olds down tonight and cover this lesson plan...

    The Physics of Santa Claus

    No known species of reindeer can fly. BUT there are 300,000 species of living organisms yet to be classified, and while most of these are insects and germs, this does not COMPLETELY rule out flying reindeer which only Santa has ever seen.

    There are 2 billion children (persons under 18) in the
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  4. the Aztec/Mexica

    There was once a people in what is now Mexico who are referred to as both the Aztec and the Mexica.

    They weren't considered Hispanic/Latino, Spanish wasn't their language, and their religion was completely distinct from any form of Catholicism.

    I've heard that there are still Aztec/Mexica ruins in Mexico City.

    I've been doing research on the Aztec/Mexica for over half my life so far.

    Well, we can still be missionaries to the modern day ...
  5. the Yoruba people

    The Yoruba people are an African people. Their language is also called Yoruba. I've been trying to learn Yoruba, but so far I'm no where near fluent.

    Like many other African peoples, they have their own religion (the Yoruba religion). Santeria is a modified form of the Yoruba religion. Santeria also has some form of Catholicism in it.

    Of course, the Yoruba need to hear the Gospel, just like everybody else.

    Reportedly, there are many Yoruba in Nigeria ...