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Yes, you make a good point. Sometimes I forget that the south is like that. It actually shocks me that there are parts of the US still like that.
Interesting story about your friend there. I know some people who are kind of like that. It almost scares me. Unfortunately, I think the D & D story about the demon not recognizing the Catholic person’s Christianity is a little far-fetched. :rolleyes: I get so sick of stories like that that supposedly “prove” that Catholicism in not Christianity. (Of course if people cracked open a respectable history book they would see that it was the first Christianity). There’s a guy on this board who plays D & D and is still a strong Christian (although he hasn’t been able to visit this site in a while). http://www.aboutcatholics.com/community … .php?t=109
Yeah, I would imagine the South would be a pretty tough place to be a Catholic. I know someone who lives near Atlanta and has confrontations with non-Catholics all the time because he is a bit flamboyant about his Catholicism.
Up here in Minnesota most people are of the traditional Christian lines. It’s about 40% Catholic, 40% Lutheran and 20% everything else. But I’ve watched TBN enough times to get an idea of what it’s like to be Christian in the south. ” title=”Wink” />
Sorry if any of this offends you. I think I’m getting a little defensive now – not against you, just that story of the lady saying “the demon” did not recognize a Catholic person as Christian.