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Christian Anatomy

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Christian Anatomy
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Submitted:  Sep 26 2006

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A simple, Christian medical theme; best suited for darker background wall-papers.

The grace and peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you!




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 Christian Anatomy

 
 by fredbird67 on: Sep 26 2006
 
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Amen!


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 Ummmm

 
 by geek-in-training on: Sep 27 2006
 
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Look, I have no problem with this content, but stuff posted here is supposed to be KDE related. As far as I can see, this had nothing to do with KDE, and would probably be better off on a christian-related site.

Please don't be offended.


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 Re: Ummmm

 
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I see nature scenery on this site. Old buildings in Europe on this site. Butterflies and frogs on this site. I see naked women, abstract art, and kittens. None of these are KDE related either. So why are Christian wallpapers singled out for exclusion?

Whenever someone gets offended at erotic wallpaper, you people say "just don't look at it". The same applies here. If you're offended Christian wallpaper, don't look at it!


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 Re: Re: Ummmm

 
 by geek-in-training on: Sep 27 2006
 
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No no... You've got me wrong. I'm not trying to just exclude Christian wallpapers (or splash screens :) from KDE-look... I'm not against this content, far to the contrary. I think that there is quite a bit of non-KDE related content posted, and when I first saw this is just struck me as being out of place, so I commented.

There is a very fine line between KDE-related and non-KDE related...

I was not really directing the question to this particular posting, but collectively, to a lot of stuff that is posted here. Are they really necessary?


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 hehe

 
 by blaster999 on: Sep 27 2006
 
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I suppose muslim or buddhist anatomy is supposed to be different? LOL


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 by KingoftheIrishSea on: Sep 27 2006
 
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"Look, I have no problem with this content, but stuff posted here is supposed to be KDE related. As far as I can see, this had nothing to do with KDE, and would probably be better off on a christian-related site."

I'm not offended (why should I be?). However, this has _everything_ to do with KDE. It is a ksplash theme. Given that there is *all sorts* of material on this website, I thought this would be a good alternative.

I suppose muslim or buddhist anatomy is supposed to be different?
...No, nobody has thought of the soul as part of the body since the darkness of the middle ages


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 by KingoftheIrishSea on: Sep 27 2006
 
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"Please don't be offended"

..That wouldn't be christian :-)

"Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant 5or rude.

...it is not irritable or resentful;

...Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things." (NIV)


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 As you like

 
 by packadal on: Sep 27 2006
 
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Sorry, geek in training, but as said brandybuck, just don't look at it :)

I think it is really *great* that christian people can download a christian theme for ksplash if they want to.
It on't understand either the low score this ksplash theme has (does it really look that bad to you guys ?)
I am not christian, but christian people have the rights to *think *and* _do_ what they want (including ksplash themes :p)

But i'll stop polemic here :)
Just to say this theme looks great to me (just love the idea, and i know of some people who will like it)
Thanks :)


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 Krist Almighty

 
 by beany on: Sep 28 2006
 
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Most medical drawings and studies are done on Hindu cadavers. Christians usually have to many hangups about donating to scientific purpose. Other than that it has a beautiful quality and a lovely message that trancends religious boundries.


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 Re: Krist Almighty

 
 by KingoftheIrishSea on: Sep 28 2006
 
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Really? I find that interesting. I think however it might be more of a cultural / traditional thing esp. in western society than anything else...

Although people were traditionally buried, as writ in the Bible, there was no demand for cadavers back then, when studies of anatomy were very basic.

Burial was simply a matter of good hygiene, though they didn't know it (for which God amply equipped the Jews: e.g. instructions to wash after touching a dead body / etc. , thousands of years before the discovery of microbes!)


"Christians usually have to many hangups about donating to scientific purpose."

There is no Biblical basis for this. Though I have just breezed through *why* people in Judeo/Chrisitan societes were buried, this is not to the exclusion of the possibility of dissection. The body is not vaulted or valued in any such way that it is too special to have such things happen to it once the soul has left it.

In fact, the apostle Paul says:

2 Corinthians 5:4
"For while we are in this tent, we groan and are burdened, because we do not wish to be unclothed but to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling, so that what is mortal may be swallowed up by life." (NIV)

...As you can see, Paul describes the body as a "tent" (or more literally, a "tabernacle"): a temporary dwelling place, in this case for the soul. The body, as with the tent, which is cast off once we move into a *real* house, is of no value of itself! There is no reason why we should feel inhibited about leaving some thing we no longer have use of for the benefit of others!

So if you meet a person claiming to be a Christian who has such a hangup, ask them on exactly what they base this on in the Bible. Otherwise, it's not Scriptural and certainly not Christian!


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 Re: Re: Krist Almigh

 
 by beany on: Sep 30 2006
 
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I am sorry that you took my statement in a harsh way. I am not a christian but don't consider myself a "non-christian" beacause that is such a negative word like "anti-christian".

I live in the bible belt of America where I believe most of the Christians to be a little non-christian in ther own practices. Falwell is NOT my hero and neither is George Bush and his administration.
I believe that I also stated that I saw a beauty in the statement made by the splash screen....one that trancends faith. I may not paractice faith but I am not completely faithless and I am saddened by those zealots that cannot see beyond there own beliefs and believe they have spiritual superiority over others.

Peace ;)


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