TSR Christian Society Watch

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Welcome to the TSR Christian Society - a place for anyone who identifies as Christian, for people who are interested in the Christian faith and those who want to find out more about being a Christian.

Join the society here!

Make a post to introduce yourself.

View our TSR group page.

Please note if you want to get in to debates about the exisitance of God or other similar discussions. Please use the religion subforum to create a thread for that.
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Can i join?
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moi??
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haha like it, abbrev and take out Christ!

Oh well, Can I join?
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I might join. Er, maybe.
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I might join. Er, maybe.
How can you be part of both opposite societies?
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How can you be part of both opposite societies?
Okay, I admit it. I was just trying to put this thread up, so my own would make sense. I'll delete my own society in a while, I think. It might not be too popular.
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Okay, I admit it. I was just trying to put this thread up, so my own would make sense. I'll delete my own society in a while, I think. It might not be too popular.

Its a fair enough society (atheist)

But are Christian people allowed to question it?
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Calling all Christians!

OK, so that's an alarming way to begin...

Anyway, the point is: Anyone that considers themself a Christian of any kind, or just anyone interested (see the Honorary non-Jewish members of J-Soc) is welcome to join; as an abbreviation I propose 'X-Soc'.
Gemma from J-Soc says hi and wishes you good luck with this society.
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haha like it, abbrev and take out Christ!

Oh well, Can I join?
X is the greek letter signifying Christ... hence Xmas

There's a reason why, but i've forgotten
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X is the greek letter signifying Christ... hence Xmas

There's a reason why, but i've forgotten
fair enough I have the whole feeling that people call Christmas xmas now to take out the Christ. Thus putting presents top, and dont get me started on Easter,

someone asked me what day it was on this year :confused:
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Can I join? I dont actually know how tho cos I'm new at this....but I'd like to
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I would love to join but I am offended by the 'X-Soc' even though it has the Greek 'chi' relevence.
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Why? If the abbreviation is an issue you can just write it out in full. I clearly wouldn't be intending to offend anyone - otherwise the name would have been "Christianity SUCKS Society". A rose by any other name would still be the same Society.

By the way I intended no allusion to Greek. It just seemed a more interesting abbreviation than C-Soc, and some people use Xtian as TSR-speak for Christian already.

Even I didn't know what date Easter was this year, and I'll be singing at church for every service in Holy Week! Although that's stupidity rather than religious apathy.
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our christinaity teacher gave us this huge lecture abt how 'x' initially signified the devil and now it signifies Christ and how we're all gonna die if we say Xmas.
or something to that effect
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I know people dont know the date, it was the fact she didn't know the DAY ?!

She also asked when lent started - this wasa few days ago!
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our christinaity teacher gave us this huge lecture abt how 'x' initially signified the devil and now it signifies Christ and how we're all gonna die if we say Xmas.
or something to that effect
Errr, just a guess but isn't it the x supposed to represent a cross. Like when you get a train to Charing Cross (London), they say "Charing X" on the front...
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Im joining, and you can't stop me!

Erm, can I join please??
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i used to be x-ian does that count?
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