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    • Okay, so I was watching this video, and it occured to me how well conceived it was, I think it is a work of genius. Mind you, this is an animation, not a real instrument, but even that is brilliant. Then I thought about what it would take to make this with real world materials and physics. It occured to me, that in theory, it seemed possible, but probably to actually pull in off, nah, not likely. Then I though about what the chances were of this thing coming together without assistance, no uman hands, no though, just an explosion in a junkyard, assembling itself into this incredibly complicated and functioning mechanism, complete with a song that sounds pleasant, not random noise. The fact that life is more complicated than this thing, strains the imagination that people believe that life assembled itself without a designer. Still people do, and think that it takes a lot of faith, to believe what Christians believe.
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    • I am not deflecting the issue.  I am explaining how you can make anything pagan if you want to.  The customs of the pagans on Sunday pre-date the Church in the first century.   My point is that the attempt draw connections between Christian customs and pagan customs is really tenuous, at best given I make all kinds of cosmetic connections between the two.
        The point I was making was not about the day, but the word, "church"  and its pagan roots and the pagan customs of singing hymns.  If we really want to be consistent in avoiding paganism, then we need to purge the church of anything that could be construed as "pagan."    But that's not gong to happen.
    • Let's not deflect the issue.  Going to church is definitely NOT pagan since New Testament Christians were meeting regularly since Pentecost.  Just because the first day of the week is called "Sunday" does not mean that it is NOT the first day of the week, also called The Lord's Day.  And the disciples did meet "on the first day of the week" to "break bread" (the Lord's Supper).  Christians who know better call "Sunday" The Lord's Day (and in earlier times it was also called "the Christian Sabbath"). Justin Martyr called it "the day of the sun" because pagans had made it into that. But then, every day of the week has a pagan connection. It is significant that the apostle John says that he was "in the Spirit" on the Lord's Day, since all Christians should also be in the Spirit on the Lord's Day. I was in the Spirit on the Lord's day, and heard behind me a great voice, as of a trumpet, Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest, write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea. (REv 1:10,11). I realize that the Seventh Day Adventists make a big deal out of Sunday worship, but they actually ignore what is revealed in the New Testament.  "The morrow after the sabbath" is the first day of the week, and that was also the Day of Pentecost and the Day of Resurrection.
    • By that logic, then going to Church on Sunday is pagan.  The ancient Teutonic pagans in Europe used to gather to worship the sun on the first day of the week.  They called their gathering a "kirke."   The word "kirke" is Gaelic/Teutonic for "circle."   "Kirke" is where the English word "Church" comes from.   They would stand in a "kirke" or circle every Sunday to worship their sun god.   While the Bible uses the word "church" every place where ekklesia appears in the Greek text, there is no etymological connection.   Ekklesia does not translated to circle.   It means "called out ones." You can make anything "pagan" if you try hard enough.   There is no time of year that the pagans don't have their own festivals and traditions.  And similarities between traditions is mostly cosmetic.   The singing of hymns, has been part of pagan traditions for thousands of years.   Are Christians being "pagan" because we sing hymns every Sunday morning?   I mean the singing of hymns is not limited to Christmas songs we sing at this time.  What has happened is that pagan traditions have crept into Christmas.   I don't know of anyone that burns a Yule log.   I have never been to a home that had mistletoe at Christmas.   Perhaps some do.  I dunno.   I think there are some of those traditions that happen more in Europe than in the US.   In the US the secular celebration of Christmas is really about consumerism and the retailer telling people we need to give our loved ones 52" flat screen TV and cars for Christmas. What this whole "Christian is pagan"  thing has really done is drive sinners away from Jesus.   We have re-enforced why unbelievers believe the story of Jesus is really  a retelling of pagan myth and not truth.   We have given the skeptics a huge gift.   We have given them one more way to be comfortable in their sin and unbelief.  
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