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Randomness, Year 2
Issue 31


Dear Random Recipients,

The latest issue is following the same trend as the last one, as I am having stuff revealed to me and learning and being inspired and outraged and everything in this area. Anyway, here we go.

xeno`phobia n. morbid fear of strangers. [Gr. zenos, stranger]

Christian Xenophobia -- complete and utter fear, horror and disgust of/with any thought, action, idea, person, place, thing that is not explicitly "Christian", thus resulting in a complete and utter lack of understanding of the world's culture and an inescapable immersement into the Christian sub-culture where one can safely judge, rebuke, mock, and persecute with no fear of retaliation. A fear of the secular, be it a novel, film, university, magazine, CD, occupation, or person, resulting in a warped, twisted view of an already warped, twisted society and an immersing in what the xenophobic considers "sacred" or "Christian" with no criteria or method of thinking critically about anything.

If you or anyone you know may be a Christian xenophobic, go to www.roaringlambs.net, and learn a bit about what it is to be a roaring lamb, serving Christ in the real world.


Copyright 2001, Matthew Hoskin