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Sunday, May 07, 2006

A Piece of Conversation God. Submitted by Brittany.

Britanny's Religion Conversation
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This video is from Brittany. You can check out her site 'Shooting Full Force' here. Brittany shares with us a bit of her own religious background and some of the issues she has with the religious community today. While Brittany speaks to the camera you may just feel like you are sitting in the room with her listening as she discusses a number of topics regarding religion. In her own candid style, she challenges some views and behaviors of religious people today while maintaining a respect for those who hold to their religious beliefs.

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Blogger Erin said ... (8:48 AM) : 

I grew up "churched" as well, and had some similar thoughts and experiences earlier in my life. While I don't necessarily feel that way now (the church that I go to now has been great), I can definately understand where she is coming from. It's also good to see that she respects people who do believe in something. I think that's important for everyone to do, no matter what they believe. Thanks for sharing Brittany!

 

Blogger amy said ... (4:42 PM) : 

i've just now been learning about video blogs, and i have to commend you on being so courageous. thank you for teaching us about the potential for using this medium.

 

Blogger opora said ... (1:55 AM) : 

errr..having trouble using this medium as way down unda (here in Australia) I seem to have problems with the feed?! The titles and descriptions are tempting my appetite for great meaningful conversation...

 

Blogger Anthony said ... (11:51 AM) : 

Opora, thanks for letting me know that you are experiencing some difficulties. Could you please explain what kind of difficulties you are experiencing? What kinds of problems are you having with the feed? Are you able to see the videos? Do you have the latest version of quick time? Any more information you can give would be helpful so maybe I can help you get the difficulties resolved or find someone else who can help you if I am unable to. Feel free to email me and let me know. Thanks again.

 

Blogger Theo Greene said ... (2:53 AM) : 

I think Brittany is a little full of herself, but that's not a bad thing considering what she espouses. I agree 100%. I was raised extremely Catholic until I was 22, and I believe Corporate Religions are unbelievably corrupt and a complete waste of time.

 

Blogger dltq said ... (11:52 PM) : 

One of my questions related to this video is: How could we split the content of it into different slices? How could we at all point at certain aspects of it, different time-areas, and comment on that in a meaningful way? Text comments to video content - how does that work? It is the most common, but is it the best?

I agree with most of what Brittany says here. I believe in the separation of church and state, and I believe that religion is a personal matter. Having said that, I know that religion is of utmost importance to people. I am myself a 'seeker' to a very deep level, but I don't feel the "vibes" going all that good for the christian religion and the christian churches that I have had contact with.

Respecting each other is of Utmost importance in either case :)

 

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