Discussion:
Believer does not really Belive ref Vol 2, Issue 587
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rui nuvo
2007-07-16 11:11:08 UTC
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Hei Folks,

I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.

Kevin surmised "So why do we strive so hard to stay alive in this
world if the afterlife is so appealing to the pious? Probably because
every believer really does not BELIEVE, except for a few
fundamentalist nutcases." It seems a fairly reasonable explanation
ignoring the name calling. Very simply he was saying that believers
could get nearer to God sooner rather then later by topping themselves
off and a possible explanation was that they did not believe
sufficiently enough.

Kevin's atheist or theologian leanings and name callings are not
issues merely noise generator words which hardly help the discussions.
Public personal character assassinations are in bad taste and puerile
and is not what I and a majority of the reading public are here for.
Nevertheless, satire, sarcasm and wit can make it entertaining for
all however serious the topic, I think. I know from my brief
encounters with Kevin that he is an enigmatic character and taken my
ribbings sportingly but never failed to give his point of view.

Cheers
Gabe Menezes
2007-07-16 14:20:47 UTC
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Post by rui nuvo
Hei Folks,
I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.
RESPONSE: kevin, will return soon, if not later. In fact, I believe he
has already performed Catholic rites in a Church, not that long ago
:-)).

The bottom line is, Kevin proposes but Lisette Saldanha disposes..say no more!
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
rui nuvo
2007-07-16 11:11:08 UTC
Permalink
Hei Folks,

I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.

Kevin surmised "So why do we strive so hard to stay alive in this
world if the afterlife is so appealing to the pious? Probably because
every believer really does not BELIEVE, except for a few
fundamentalist nutcases." It seems a fairly reasonable explanation
ignoring the name calling. Very simply he was saying that believers
could get nearer to God sooner rather then later by topping themselves
off and a possible explanation was that they did not believe
sufficiently enough.

Kevin's atheist or theologian leanings and name callings are not
issues merely noise generator words which hardly help the discussions.
Public personal character assassinations are in bad taste and puerile
and is not what I and a majority of the reading public are here for.
Nevertheless, satire, sarcasm and wit can make it entertaining for
all however serious the topic, I think. I know from my brief
encounters with Kevin that he is an enigmatic character and taken my
ribbings sportingly but never failed to give his point of view.

Cheers
Gabe Menezes
2007-07-16 14:20:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by rui nuvo
Hei Folks,
I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.
RESPONSE: kevin, will return soon, if not later. In fact, I believe he
has already performed Catholic rites in a Church, not that long ago
:-)).

The bottom line is, Kevin proposes but Lisette Saldanha disposes..say no more!
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
rui nuvo
2007-07-16 11:11:08 UTC
Permalink
Hei Folks,

I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.

Kevin surmised "So why do we strive so hard to stay alive in this
world if the afterlife is so appealing to the pious? Probably because
every believer really does not BELIEVE, except for a few
fundamentalist nutcases." It seems a fairly reasonable explanation
ignoring the name calling. Very simply he was saying that believers
could get nearer to God sooner rather then later by topping themselves
off and a possible explanation was that they did not believe
sufficiently enough.

Kevin's atheist or theologian leanings and name callings are not
issues merely noise generator words which hardly help the discussions.
Public personal character assassinations are in bad taste and puerile
and is not what I and a majority of the reading public are here for.
Nevertheless, satire, sarcasm and wit can make it entertaining for
all however serious the topic, I think. I know from my brief
encounters with Kevin that he is an enigmatic character and taken my
ribbings sportingly but never failed to give his point of view.

Cheers
Gabe Menezes
2007-07-16 14:20:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by rui nuvo
Hei Folks,
I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.
RESPONSE: kevin, will return soon, if not later. In fact, I believe he
has already performed Catholic rites in a Church, not that long ago
:-)).

The bottom line is, Kevin proposes but Lisette Saldanha disposes..say no more!
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
rui nuvo
2007-07-16 11:11:08 UTC
Permalink
Hei Folks,

I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.

Kevin surmised "So why do we strive so hard to stay alive in this
world if the afterlife is so appealing to the pious? Probably because
every believer really does not BELIEVE, except for a few
fundamentalist nutcases." It seems a fairly reasonable explanation
ignoring the name calling. Very simply he was saying that believers
could get nearer to God sooner rather then later by topping themselves
off and a possible explanation was that they did not believe
sufficiently enough.

Kevin's atheist or theologian leanings and name callings are not
issues merely noise generator words which hardly help the discussions.
Public personal character assassinations are in bad taste and puerile
and is not what I and a majority of the reading public are here for.
Nevertheless, satire, sarcasm and wit can make it entertaining for
all however serious the topic, I think. I know from my brief
encounters with Kevin that he is an enigmatic character and taken my
ribbings sportingly but never failed to give his point of view.

Cheers
Gabe Menezes
2007-07-16 14:20:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by rui nuvo
Hei Folks,
I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.
RESPONSE: kevin, will return soon, if not later. In fact, I believe he
has already performed Catholic rites in a Church, not that long ago
:-)).

The bottom line is, Kevin proposes but Lisette Saldanha disposes..say no more!
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
rui nuvo
2007-07-16 11:11:08 UTC
Permalink
Hei Folks,

I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.

Kevin surmised "So why do we strive so hard to stay alive in this
world if the afterlife is so appealing to the pious? Probably because
every believer really does not BELIEVE, except for a few
fundamentalist nutcases." It seems a fairly reasonable explanation
ignoring the name calling. Very simply he was saying that believers
could get nearer to God sooner rather then later by topping themselves
off and a possible explanation was that they did not believe
sufficiently enough.

Kevin's atheist or theologian leanings and name callings are not
issues merely noise generator words which hardly help the discussions.
Public personal character assassinations are in bad taste and puerile
and is not what I and a majority of the reading public are here for.
Nevertheless, satire, sarcasm and wit can make it entertaining for
all however serious the topic, I think. I know from my brief
encounters with Kevin that he is an enigmatic character and taken my
ribbings sportingly but never failed to give his point of view.

Cheers
Gabe Menezes
2007-07-16 14:20:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by rui nuvo
Hei Folks,
I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.
RESPONSE: kevin, will return soon, if not later. In fact, I believe he
has already performed Catholic rites in a Church, not that long ago
:-)).

The bottom line is, Kevin proposes but Lisette Saldanha disposes..say no more!
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
rui nuvo
2007-07-16 11:11:08 UTC
Permalink
Hei Folks,

I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.

Kevin surmised "So why do we strive so hard to stay alive in this
world if the afterlife is so appealing to the pious? Probably because
every believer really does not BELIEVE, except for a few
fundamentalist nutcases." It seems a fairly reasonable explanation
ignoring the name calling. Very simply he was saying that believers
could get nearer to God sooner rather then later by topping themselves
off and a possible explanation was that they did not believe
sufficiently enough.

Kevin's atheist or theologian leanings and name callings are not
issues merely noise generator words which hardly help the discussions.
Public personal character assassinations are in bad taste and puerile
and is not what I and a majority of the reading public are here for.
Nevertheless, satire, sarcasm and wit can make it entertaining for
all however serious the topic, I think. I know from my brief
encounters with Kevin that he is an enigmatic character and taken my
ribbings sportingly but never failed to give his point of view.

Cheers
Gabe Menezes
2007-07-16 14:20:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by rui nuvo
Hei Folks,
I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.
RESPONSE: kevin, will return soon, if not later. In fact, I believe he
has already performed Catholic rites in a Church, not that long ago
:-)).

The bottom line is, Kevin proposes but Lisette Saldanha disposes..say no more!
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
rui nuvo
2007-07-16 11:11:08 UTC
Permalink
Hei Folks,

I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.

Kevin surmised "So why do we strive so hard to stay alive in this
world if the afterlife is so appealing to the pious? Probably because
every believer really does not BELIEVE, except for a few
fundamentalist nutcases." It seems a fairly reasonable explanation
ignoring the name calling. Very simply he was saying that believers
could get nearer to God sooner rather then later by topping themselves
off and a possible explanation was that they did not believe
sufficiently enough.

Kevin's atheist or theologian leanings and name callings are not
issues merely noise generator words which hardly help the discussions.
Public personal character assassinations are in bad taste and puerile
and is not what I and a majority of the reading public are here for.
Nevertheless, satire, sarcasm and wit can make it entertaining for
all however serious the topic, I think. I know from my brief
encounters with Kevin that he is an enigmatic character and taken my
ribbings sportingly but never failed to give his point of view.

Cheers
Gabe Menezes
2007-07-16 14:20:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by rui nuvo
Hei Folks,
I was uncertain from what he was saying whether one of our contributor
articles Kevin Saldanha was an Evolutionist, a believer of the Faith
and I inquired on his views of the delicate relationship between Hope
and Faith. So I asked him to clarify. To be fair to the man he came
across clearly stating where he stood on these issues.
RESPONSE: kevin, will return soon, if not later. In fact, I believe he
has already performed Catholic rites in a Church, not that long ago
:-)).

The bottom line is, Kevin proposes but Lisette Saldanha disposes..say no more!
--
DEV BOREM KORUM.

Gabe Menezes.
London, England
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