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i had to answer unsure neutral to alot tbh
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this question rustled my jimmies
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I am actually a centrist so it's rather fitting. I try to stay in the middle, seeing both sides.
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Doesn't surprise me. What surprised me is how similar I am to Ranwolf though I always seem to be at odds with him...
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70 questions.... Fuck that.
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Centrist and not surprised that I am. I am a bit surprised I'm for equality a little more than capitalism. Always though I cared for capitalism more than socialist views.

https://8values.github.io/results.html?e=51.2&d=38.3&g=41.5&s=39.9
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redokami wrote:

this question rustled my jimmies


How so, a united world government might not be a bad thing. 10,000 years or so of history proves individual nations aren't working so hot.


Dark_Alma wrote:

Doesn't surprise me. What surprised me is how similar I am to Ranwolf though I always seem to be at odds with him...


True about the only place we differ is I prefer a much more open and balanced approach to world affairs while at the same not forgetting the olive branch and the sword existed together as a concept for a reason.
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Ranwolf wrote:


redokami wrote:

this question rustled my jimmies


How so, a united world government might not be a bad thing. 10,000 years or so of history proves individual nations aren't working so hot.


Dark_Alma wrote:

Doesn't surprise me. What surprised me is how similar I am to Ranwolf though I always seem to be at odds with him...


True about the only place we differ is I prefer a much more open and balanced approach to world affairs while at the same not forgetting the olive branch and the sword existed together as a concept for a reason.


if u read and believe in the bible u would understand
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if u read and believe in the bible u would understand



Lady no offence but I grew up Catholic and Catholicism demands a rather intense understanding of scripture of even it's lay people . Let alone anyone activity involved with the Church. The only mention scripture makes to a unified world government is the Tower of Babel. And it serves as lesson and warning against hubris. In this case the hubris that mankind could reach heaven in their life time and against the will of God. Man was punished yet again for pride. It does not serve as a lesson against the follies of a world government.

In fact one could view scripture as advocating for a world government. After all Exodus 19:5 goes " 'Now then, if you will indeed obey My voice and keep My covenant, then you shall be My own possession among all the peoples, for all the earth is Mine;"

Note God claims all of Earth, all the nations under the sun, all the people living . He does not offer up his authority piecemeal to rulers .
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I pulled his repo and poked around. Mediocre JS.

This quiz is pretty meaningless. Especially because the social measure is how much you buy into the social progress fallacy.
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Ranwolf wrote:


redokami wrote:



if u read and believe in the bible u would understand



Lady no offence but I grew up Catholic and Catholicism demands a rather intense understanding of scripture of even it's lay people .


I'm a confirmed Catholic and this is bullshit. Catholic dogma makes virtually no demand of understanding scripture for it's lay people. On the contrary, the Catholic teaching is that lay people do not have the authority to interpret scripture. At most, an ambitious layman may sit down with this Bible and his Catechism and memorize the official understanding of Scripture.


The only mention scripture makes to a unified world government is the Tower of Babel.


Revelations/Apocalypse also mentions a unified world government. But, I've heard many a Catholic layman and priest discourage laymen from reading that book. "It's too hard for you to understand".
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I pulled his repo and poked around. Mediocre JS.

This quiz is pretty meaningless. Especially because the social measure is how much you buy into the social progress fallacy.


Yes may God forgive us from moving away from feudalism, from wanting to be more than serfs beholden to outdated practices. And may he forgive from realising the world is indeed round.
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I'm a confirmed Catholic and this is bullshit. Catholic dogma makes virtually no demand of understanding scripture for it's lay people. On the contrary, the Catholic teaching is that lay people do not have the authority to interpret scripture. At most, an ambitious layman may sit down with this Bible and his Catechism and memorize the official understanding of Scripture.


Then you had both a forgiving catechism and a lazy ass priest. I did not, even now scripture still holds some interest to me.
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Ranwolf wrote:


karatecowboy wrote:

I pulled his repo and poked around. Mediocre JS.

This quiz is pretty meaningless. Especially because the social measure is how much you buy into the social progress fallacy.


Yes may God forgive us from moving away from feudalism, from wanting to be more than serfs beholden to outdated practices. And may he forgive from realising the world is indeed round.


WTF are you talking about? The flat world myth? You need to get educated. Only modern ignoramuses think Middle Aged man believed the Earth is flat. You just proved my point that time does not inevitably march towards the improvement of mankind.

Quote "The people of the Middle Ages did not believe the earth was flat. They knew it was round. The ancients said it was round, the Fathers of the Church said it was round; they saw its shadow during an eclipse of the moon, and the shadow was round; they saw masts of ships sinking below the horizon -- round!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cqzq01i2O3U
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I took the test its bull shit
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