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Posted by Lou Pilder on June 6, 2011, at 21:14:49

In reply to Re: Christians are so...conservative. Why?, posted by Christ_empowered on June 6, 2011, at 19:01:43

> hey fb.
>
> Here in the South, Episcopalians are kind of like a country club. They drink a lot, lots of old money families are there, its really not something I'm cut out for. I imagine in other regions its different.
>
> I was raised Presbyterian, and I might return to that. My minister is a Calvinist, so we see eye-to-eye on that. Honestly, I think I just need to *go* to this particular church and grow as a Christian before I go around criticizing their politics. I mean, I'm becoming a little more conservative as I get old (I'm almost 27), but I'll never be a FOX "new" fan or support the NRA. I have my limits, you know?
>
> Anyway, I think I'm just going to try to grow as a Christian in this church and then if I feel called to go elsewhere...I'll try to heed the call as best I can.
>
> Thanks for your posts.

C_e
You wrote,[...Here in the South, Episcopailians are like a xxx yyy. They vvv a lot...].
I am unsure as to what you used as criteria to portray the subjects as you have written. If you could post answers to the following, then I could have the opportunity to respond accordingly.
A. In your use of the word {they}, does the {they} represent:
1. All of the subject people?
2. some of the subject people?
3. something else?
B. What is meant by they xxx {a lot} in the subject people?
C. How did you determine that they xxx {a lot}?
D. Is your depiction of the subject people (redacted by respondent)
Lou

 

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