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The Gospel is quite clear: both saints and sinners love God. "Religious" people do not love him, and whenever they can, they crucify him.
Of course, OC.net is not reflective of the Church, but is rather a surreal bubble. I have visited a lot of different parishes around the world and have listened to many hours of AFR...
The term planet earth is an innovation which has arisen in recent centuries with the error of heliocentrism.If one wants to confess a pure doctrine of Orthodoxy, they should be careful not to refer to the earth as a planet, unlike the current Pope as well as Patriarch Kirill and Patriarch Bartholomew, who regularly speak in error when they refer to our planet earth.
It is a real, not composite photograph. If I recall correctly, it was taken in the wake of the attack on the Abu Fana monastery a few years back. Not really a funny situation, if you think about it.
It's a nationalist thing. I had a great-aunt who used to make lamb on that day.
Georgian Cat in this case...
Are there turkeys Armenia? What are they called there?
If Aunt Yeghsa were still with us, she'd love to have your feet under her table. You'd be so overfed by the time she was done with you...
The Armenian word for turkey (the bird) is "huntgahav." "Huntga" comes from "Hunteeg," which means Indian. "Hav" means chicken.
Quote from: hecma925 on November 17, 2013, 09:00:47 PMAre there turkeys Armenia? What are they called there?The Armenian word for turkey (the bird) is "huntgahav." "Huntga" comes from "Hunteeg," which means Indian. "Hav" means chicken.I have no idea if they have them in Armenia.
I never thought of that. Of course the "hunteeg" in this case refers to Native Americans, but the h-n-t root would have its origins with the word Hindu.
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