Monday, March 07, 2005

me, being other people, being me (memes...because i want to)

*Where I'm From, Where I've Been*

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*Random LJ Haiku*

LiveJournal Haiku!
Your name:dustbowlballads
Your haiku:afloat that should be
considered rather than
raise our voices against
Created by Grahame

*Oops, I Lose*

You scored as Agnosticism. You are an agnostic. You neither believe nor disbelieve in God. You don't believe it is possible to prove the existence of God (nor lack thereof).















Which is the right religion for you?
created with

eChristian friends, worry not. Methinks a few of the questions were a bit skewed. One asked whether or not I thought God presented himself in three forms, obviously referring to the Trinity. I disagreed though, because that particular trinitarian explanation was actually deemed heretical (sometimes called Modalism or Sabellianism; there might be more names for it, too). The Orthodox formula states that God is one being who exists eternally in the three persons of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Referring to these persons as forms is tantamount to calling them "masks" God wears for certain occasions. It's not to supposed to make sense, it's a mystery. So put your egg and h2O analogies away.


Also, it rained tonight, with thunder and lightening and everything. Earlier, we reached 60 degrees here in Wisconsin, and I wore flip-flops much to the delight of my toes. Sadly, by tomorrow night it's supposed to drop to 17 degrees. And there is still snow on the ground.

But I can't blame God, because apparently, I'm agnostic. Dammit.

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