Saturday, February 12, 2005

GLOBALISM - Diversity in soulmate search?

Jennifer Garza of the Sacramento Bee attempts to the aid soulmate seekers. However, her effort misses the mark. Four faith families are represented in the sample questions from four different links; see if you can figure out what is wrong.

Her Lifestyle piece follows:

Is faith a factor?

Here's a sampling of questions designed to help people find their soulmates.

1. Do pets go to heaven? (from

2. A person you are dating makes a sarcastic or critical statement about what you are wearing. What would you do? (

3. The Islamic branch I follow is ... (

4. Do you accept the church's teachings on contraception? (

Answer: Even though all four faith groups share a belief in a god and some sacred writings, that's about as far as it goes. Garza, in this PC obsessed world, has inadvertently stumbled on to something we must all grasp: a person's world-view automatically skews a person's life choices toward that view and away from others. Notice even within Islam distinctions are made ... as they are within the other three.

How are we supposed to be a global human unity, as the globalists and social engineers say, when we can't even pick soul mates from the same buffet?

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