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Day: August 30, 2016

Why are all Quora moderators Satan?

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Posted in categories: Quora

I wished, my A2A’er and True Quora Master Scott Welch, to give you a well-informed theologically-based answer to this question. So I googled: “Satan does not”. Because there’s a lot of things that Quora moderation does not do. I got this from the Agape Geek blog as my first Google hit: Six Things Satan Doesn’t […]

What would your Quora followers be surprised to learn about you?

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Posted in categories: Personal

Others on this thread have spoken to their impostor syndrome. I won’t answer with that: we are all, as Michael Masiello once put it to me, broken toys here, which correlates with us falling into our knowledge rather than training for it. I’ve never formally studied Ancient Greek, for example. I don’t say anything online […]

What city in your country do you feel would give a foreigner the best idea of said country’s culture?

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Posted in categories: Australia

So. Mate. Maaaaate. Youse wanna hang out in a ciddy where youse’ll get the bestest idear of some dinky-di Aussie culture, mate? Tough question, because of our parochialism, and because our culture has been shifting noticeably over the last fifty years. For the old Australia, a regional city. Tamworth, New South Wales, because they play […]

Is Australia a constitutionally Anglican country?

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Posted in categories: Australia

https://au.news.yahoo.com/video/watch/32478931/federal-politicians-attend-church-service-ahead-of-parliament-swearing-in/#page1 The question has gotten much more airplay around the Red Mass (including the West Wing episode The Red Mass). And Catholicism isn’t anywhere near as close to a State religion in the US, as Anglicanism would have been in Australia before Federation. Ulysses Elias’ answer points out the wording in the Australian constitution. A […]

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