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Church or the Panthers game whats more important

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lemme guess ... weapons of ass destruction?

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If you are religious and go to church I would think church would be much more important to go to than a football game. If not, why do you go to church to begin with?

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lemme guess ... weapons of ass destruction?

damn I like that!!!!

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I go to the 9:45 service.

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If you are religious and go to church I would think church would be much more important to go to than a football game. If not, why do you go to church to begin with?

quit being reasonable zod!

anyway i got kicked out of church when i was 5.

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Panther's game. I'm atheist for that very reason.

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normally during the season our church has shorter services just so people can go and enjoy themselves. we are big on fun and fellowship and the games fit both.

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record the game. watch it after church.

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I do feel guilty missing church during home games but for those of us that get to our seats on time there is an Invocation before the National Anthem by a local clergy/pastor.

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normally during the season our church has shorter services just so people can go and enjoy themselves. we are big on fun and fellowship and the games fit both.

this. a large reason christians believe churchgoing is important is the fellowship factor, rather than the actual act of listening to the message... football games serve rather well in this function. my church finishes at 12pm, which leaves plenty of time for everyone to scramble to the nearest sports bar, or grab some brewskies and meet up at someone's house.

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