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Desc:Let's ask a 'yoga expert' who has never done yoga.
Category:Humor, Pets & Animals
Tags:yoga, christians, pleasant xenophobia, semantic vacuum
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Oscar Wildcat
"How did a feature of a pagan eastern religion get mixed in with Christianity in the first place?"

You mean like Christmas trees or Lucifer? I could go on here at great length if you'd like. I mean, the whole thing is just a pastiche of older and often far more meaningful myths. Sorry you got so shortchanged, bro.
Grandmaster Funk
Also, I'm really confused. When she starts going into the B.Gita stuff, is it like, all the stuff that -all- the religions say are true now? Do we have to believe even other people's fairy tales in order to be good Christians?

Was also kind of surprised this came from the internet age. Just seems like such a 90s kind of Christian gripe, like it belongs with the Satanism video.

Yoga is a Jedi, silly.
ON TODAY'S SHOW: Can muppets really be Jedis?

Answer: Yes. But not when they're replaced with CGI models.

And to bring it around: Can muppets be christian?

Why sure they can!


Billy the Poet
The question to ask is, "Can comfortable middle-class Americans ever be Christians?" The answer is "no."

Boy, it's a good thing we saved people from trying to become better people, and brought them back to the self-depreciating, apocalyptic, self-replicating wrote memorization of meditating on a book over and over. Maybe if you made a vacuum in your mind, it'd suck up some of the bullshit.

Yes, this semi-spiritual physical practice that predates Christianity by a few thousand years will lead you away from our pretend fairy story!
"Evolution is the faith of Hinduism."

The concept of shakras are unscientific, as opposed to christianity, I guess.
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