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Re: Sr Wendy, faith and poetry

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Ann Carolan (acarolan.us)
Mon, 08 Feb 1999 15:41:43 +0000


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> grex wrote: As Unitarian I also believe every one has a right to his or her concept of
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> relegion, however this list serve is not the place for that discussion.
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It's a good thing for the Renaissance, and all of the Western World up until
even today in a secularized, atheistic world that Micaelangelo didn't feel
the same way you do about art and religion. Of course, he didn't have email,
only his paint brush and sculpting tools and the support of the Medici's, the
government, the people, and anyone else that gave a hoot about inspirational
art.
ann carolan

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grex wrote: As Unitarian I also believe every one has a right to his or her concept of

   relegion, however this list serve is not the place for that discussion.
   --
 It's a good thing for the Renaissance, and all of the Western World up until even today in a secularized, atheistic world that Micaelangelo didn't feel the same way you do about art and religion. Of course, he didn't have email, only his paint brush and sculpting tools and the support of the Medici's, the government, the people, and anyone else that gave a hoot about inspirational art.
ann carolan
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