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May 12, 2009


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Travis Greene

"the Lord of life, the universe, and everything."

I wonder if he's intentionally using Douglas Adams' phrase?

I think this is a good summary. We tend to live in fear of judgment, because we don't really understand what it would mean to live in oppression under wicked rulers and then learn that a good, just king has been enthroned and is setting things right. Like Richard the Lionheart in the Robin Hood legends (which would cast the church as the Merry Men, perhaps?).

Michael W. Kruse

Why do I have visions of Men in Tights in my head? :-)

He doesn't explicitly reference Adams.

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