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jwirr Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-21-11 11:14 PM
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5. Maybe among Catholics but not all churches. I have a degree in
theology as well as social work and I did not know. Just wasn't an important issue in what I was studying.
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  - Is the grandmother's name common knowledge to religious people?  idiotgardener   Sep-21-11 09:57 PM   #1 
  - St. Ann was the mother of Mary  dflprincess   Sep-21-11 10:03 PM   #2 
  - What is the other grandmother's name??  Angry Dragon   Sep-21-11 10:15 PM   #4 
  - Good one!  No Elephants   Sep-22-11 12:25 AM   #11 
  - Zsa Zsa /nt  jberryhill   Sep-22-11 07:35 AM   #19 
  - That brought a smile  Dogtown   Sep-22-11 07:41 AM   #20 
  - Good question  dflprincess   Sep-22-11 08:28 PM   #21 
  - I learned that in Catholic school too.  avaistheone1   Sep-21-11 11:43 PM   #7 
  - I'm an oldie, and I never knew that little slice of trivia!  MADem   Sep-22-11 12:04 AM   #8 
  - There is no reason why a Chinese Catholic would know the name "Ann,"  No Elephants   Sep-22-11 12:07 AM   #9 
  - By tradition, Mary's parents are Joachim and Ann, but these names are not in Scripture.  hedgehog   Sep-21-11 10:03 PM   #3 
  - Maybe among Catholics but not all churches. I have a degree in  jwirr   Sep-21-11 11:14 PM   #5 
  - I knew, but it could be that Catholics don't emphasize the same things in China.  Bette Noir   Sep-21-11 11:32 PM   #6 
  - Isn't the ONLY issue whether he was allowed to practice his religion freely?  No Elephants   Sep-22-11 12:23 AM   #10 
  - The answers to some of your points are in the OP article.  Nihil   Sep-22-11 05:22 AM   #15 
     - Not really.  No Elephants   Sep-22-11 06:12 AM   #17 
  - I teach at a college  tomg   Sep-22-11 12:39 AM   #12 
  - The name of Jesus' grandmother?  DeSwiss   Sep-22-11 12:53 AM   #13 
  - DUzy!  Bozita   Sep-22-11 01:26 AM   #14 
  - According the the best written evidence, Yahweh was originally  dimbear   Sep-22-11 09:44 PM   #22 
  - Yes. I've read that too. n/t  DeSwiss   Sep-22-11 10:11 PM   #23 
  - *snort*  sakabatou   Sep-23-11 04:27 PM   #26 
  - LOL! I really did not see that coming...  petronius   Sep-23-11 05:25 PM   #27 
  - Should an OT II Scientologist be denied because they don't know about Xenu?  boppers   Sep-22-11 05:26 AM   #16 
  - An OT II Scientologist who DID know about Xenu should be banned...  jmowreader   Sep-23-11 04:00 PM   #25 
  - He answered incorrectly on transubstantiation, which is a more glaring lack of knowledge  Gormy Cuss   Sep-22-11 07:19 AM   #18 
     - I know few people who believe everything any religion teaches, yet I know many devout and observant  No Elephants   Sep-23-11 07:09 AM   #24 

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