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Dr. Philism

Dr. Philism

"The word 'but' means: forget everything I just said, I'm now going to tell you what I really mean." —Dr. Phil

10 Signs that You're a Fundamentalist Christian

10 Signs that You're a Fundamentalist Christian

(The following list was inspired by evilbible.com) YOU MIGHT BE A FUNDAMENTALIST CHRISTIAN, IF... 10: You think that banning mandatory prayer in public schools is a form of persecution. 9: You constantly remind us that Jesus died for our sins, then get offended when people say, "God is dead." 8: You think that evolution is stupid because your pastor told you that it says mankind came from dirt and rocks, yet see no problem with believing that Adam was created from the dirt. 7: You say "God hates sin!" while forgetting that he created sin, and voluntarily decided to hate it. 6: You believe that anyone who abandons Christianity was never

Religion DOES HURT: My Brief Spiritual Abuse Story

Religion DOES HURT: My Brief Spiritual Abuse Story

Was I a victim of Spiritual Abuse? I suppose so. I was taught if I had sexual desires, I was a sinner. This all happened during my teenage and early college years. The statement that Jesus allegedly made that if you're to "look upon a woman with lust" (Matthew 5:28) really did a lot of damage to me. I was scared to be in public, because I was taught that "temptation is everywhere," in school, on the beach, and even in churches. I would feel physically ill whenever I saw a girl that I thought was physically attractive. Women were viewed as nothing but "temptresses" to be avoided. Those four years that this happened were the worst time of my

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Thank you for choosing to add 'Curse of the Golden Touch' to your collection, 'Favorites'

You're welcome. Believe it or not, the story about Midas reversing the effect of the touch is the sugar-coated version. In the original myth, he dies of starvation. Merigold was an addition by Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Yes, seems like I read that somewhere. Guess I used the sanitized version.

thank you

scifiguy9000Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for fav
DarkKnight81Professional
Thanks for the fav ;)
scifiguy9000Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday :)