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« Reply #15: May 06, 2009, 06:12:56 pm »

There aren't any statistics on that (that I know of), but I imagine the number is much higher than marriages destroyed.

And they wouldn't feel like they could say no.
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« Reply #16: May 07, 2009, 11:05:39 am »

I have a mind almost as twisted as Melamphoros'; that makes me think of Flirty Fishing.  (It also gives me a "conversion at swordgunpoint" mental picture - which is probably worse, if only because it's uncomfortably close to what could all too easily be happening here.)

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Isn't telling someone they don't own their own body the same thing as enslaving them?

As for the soldeirs being sent to recruit for christianity seems to remind me of something an old friend once told me. "Looking back at history, Whenever the cross didn't work the church had no problem using the sword."
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« Reply #17: May 07, 2009, 11:46:39 am »

Isn't telling someone they don't own their own body the same thing as enslaving them?

Only if you own their body instead. Here it is technically God that owns their bodies... still highly dubious.
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