I'm glad you find all of us ignorant peasants interesting and fun! But in my opinion, to study the human psychology of someone who after losing their faith, then spends countless hours and days and thousands of post on a board attacking the faith he lost is the truly fascinating thing. What's most interesting is how you try to break Orthodoxy down into a system of logic and rhetoric in order to both keep some shadowy resemblance of faith and as a tool to suck people into your disbelief.greekischristian said:Even back when I agreed with the positions you espoused, I didn't come here to sit in a virtual circle and sing kumbaya. I came to discuss, to disagree, to debate. To learn about various positions, both my own and those contrary to mine, as well as to practice rhetoric and observe human psychology. Even without my help, debates seem to develop on this site and I'm, ultimately, only involved in a small percentage of them. It seems as though I'm not the only one to enjoy them...in fact, you seem all to happy to jump on board as well.
Over a beer I would be fascinated to listen you reconcile all of this and what affect it has on your life, but when the hillbilly jokes start I have to chime in!