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    Christians because they are not Christians. Simple as that. They thrive in the United States as a religious denomination, and take on the appearance of conventional churches with church buildings, Sunday services, and so on. As far as I know (and I've been to UU services several times) they're wonderful people. They're just not "Christians."

    They're most certainly not a "Protestant denomination," good grief.

    Why would a non-Christian want to be considered a Christian?  I think that's kind of mysterious.

    It is a calling...to do things about injustice.... It helps to have a goal. I've always tried to have one.--Ted Kennedy, True Compass

    by Timaeus on Wed Oct 12, 2011 at 12:49:49 AM PDT

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