samuel at sendthefirenow.com
Wed Jan 5 07:01:16 EST 2005
On the spiritual side, salvation has a very high
cost of losing your life for the believer who
receives the salvation, so I don't think it's the
same as "free as in (fill in your beverage)."
"People say I take the gospel too seriously, but
do they really think that on judgement day Jesus
Christ will say, 'Len you took me too seriously'?"
- Leonard Ravenhill
----- Original Message -----
Subject: Re: [Linux4christians] beer?
From: THORPB at uk.ibm.com
To: linux4christians at thelinuxlink.net
Date: 01-05-2005 2:58 am
> linux4christians-bounces at thelinuxlink.net wrote
on 05/01/2005 07:04:32:
> > ---------- Original Message -------------
> > Subject: Re: [Linux4christians] beer?
> > Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2005 23:54:06 -0600
> > From: Samer Adra <sameradra at gmail.com>
> > To: Linux for Christians
<linux4christians at thelinuxlink.net>
> > Yeah, free as in salvation!!
> Mebbe I'm taking this too seriously, but the
point of 'free as in beer' is
> that beer usually has a financial cost, and thus
a free beer represents a
> lack of that financial cost. Given that there is
no financial cost in
> salvation (at least, not directly ;) ), 'free as
in salvation' is not an
> appropriate alternative.....
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