Discussion in 'Christianity' started by Harmony_rain, May 11, 2004.
woo hoo We finally got the Christian Forul back up!! good to see!!
fyi..."woo hoo" is a pagan chant and not Christian
ok woo hoo is a way to show excitement.
I think we will co-opt 'Woo Hoo' into something of a Christian symbolism .. for.. I dunno.. lets say 'Woo Who?' and the answer is 'God is Who!'.
Then Chiefcowpie can later point out that its derived from Paganism and therefore this makes the Bible 'unreliable'.
Woo Hoo! It will be fun!
hha right on Juiceman. I love your kind, gentle words of humor.
I love that you refered to my replies AND the words kind and gentle in the same sentence!
Could it be someone has finally found me?!
Now if I can only convince Darrel to admit its true!
you guys stole xmas and easter from the pagans and now you're stealing woo hoo
Its not stealing... its 'retooling' for our own purposes.
Our versions are simply more awesome.
oh.. you forgot Halloween. We re-invented that for ourselves too!
(banana Mojo's are next )
We didn't steal Christmas it was always a time for Christians to celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus. You guys stole it and turned it into a day to worship yourselves.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmm Banana Mojo's.
yup, banana mojo's are pagan
I doubt anyone celebrated Christmas in, say 100 B.C., so "always" might be a bit off, but I'll accept that Jesus' Birthday may have been celebrated by SOMEONE every year after He was born, on some date (even if it wasn't December 25).
"Pick a little, talk a little. pick a little, talk a little, pick, pick, pick, talk a lot, pick a little more..." - Meredith Wilson, The Music Man.
Sorry just testing something
shhh... no one was supposed to know that!
Hope she isn't serious with the whole "woo hoo" being pegan.
As for Christmas and Easter. I wouldn't care what day I celebrated the birth of Christ and His resurection. Our society has transformed these two occasions into a marketing frenzy. My son gets gifts on Christmas morning, but we also read the story of Christs birth. On easter, depending on where we are, he may get to look for some eggs, but he knows that easter is the celebration of Christs' resurection, not about some fake magical bunny that lays eggs.
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