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Monday, November 05, 2012

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Titus

Inanity 101. A "preference" for something is about the most pointless thing that one could articulate in this day and age. The prohibition on the practice should never have been lifted.

Phil

Church authorities did not ban the practice of cremation as the article states. Cremation is simply so incompatible with Christian life and thought that it was always recognized as anathema. The Orthodox, at least, still rightly reject this pagan practice that the secular world is trying so hard to impose upon us.

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