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That could be just about any religion.
Well Tolkien was a Catholic and so was his, I don't want to say friend, C.S. Lewis.
I'm pretty sure Lewis was Anglican. I also believe they were actually pretty good friends.
Lewis was an atheist who became a Catholic.
I knew he was originally an atheist, but I remember him talking about being a member of the Church of England in one of his books.
Ah, here. From Wikipedia:
After his conversion to theism in 1929, Lewis converted to Christianity in 1931, following a long discussion and late-night walk with his close friends Tolkien and Hugo Dyson. He records making a specific commitment to Christian belief while on his way to the zoo with his brother. He became a member of the Church of England – somewhat to the disappointment of Tolkien, who had hoped that he would join the Catholic Church.[page needed]
Lewis was a committed Anglican who upheld a largely orthodox Anglican theology, though in his apologetic writings, he made an effort to avoid espousing any one denomination. In his later writings, some believe that he proposed ideas such as purification of venial sins after death in purgatory (The Great Divorce and Letters to Malcolm) and mortal sin (The Screwtape Letters), which are generally considered to be Roman Catholic teachings, although they are also widely held in Anglicanism (particularly in high church Anglo-Catholic circles). Regardless, Lewis considered himself an entirely orthodox Anglican to the end of his life, reflecting that he had initially attended church only to receive communion and had been repelled by the hymns and the poor quality of the sermons. He later came to consider himself honoured by worshipping with men of faith who came in shabby clothes and work boots and who sang all the verses to all the hymns.
what do you than call i person who fights with you in a war than if not friend, brother, NPC?
Well I wasn't entirely sure if he considered him a friend.
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I am saving the planet
- But, like most things in life, is better when covered in cheese
- Decomposition of water requires energy input, which is the opp…
Hydrogen bubbles igniting
Isn't it more simple to say that water is already burnt hydrogen?
but water is a byproduct of combustion
Cool now I know more science.
The end product isn't the same as it's parts.
Another example involves Sodium and Chlorine.
Sodium is a soft metal that reacts violently when placed in water. It starts fizzing a lot and makes tiny little explosions as it dissolves.
Chlorine in its natural state is a very poisonous gas.
Combine them in equal parts, and the result is...plain old table salt.
Yeh I knew that.
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- Pitch Black was disgusting, I'd rather have more Game Fuel anyday
The Many Epic Discontinued...
pitch black was disgusting, but pitch black 2 was crazy bad ass it was like drinking the piss of the gods
mountain dew switches up its lineup from time to time. It won't be too long before they bring supernova back as well. As well as the citris shit... white out I think.
But yeah, the new game fuels are pretty intense.
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