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#4011: US Military, a racist, and Haiti : Grey replies to Ruckle


<< Of course... I would like to ask a Socratic question, as a Christian 
 (studious layman) to a Vodouisant: Is complex theology better? >>

Not necessarily.  It is not necessarily better or worse, it is what it is.

<<The #1 critique of polytheism and syncretism by traditional Christians is 
precisely the difficulty of arriving at a consistent truth upon which to base 
a lasting, loving relationship. Does Vodou offer strength in the face of 

After the hundreds of years of Haitian history, through which Haitians have 
been inspired and supported by the Vodou faith, you ask this question?  Did 
you think it was a Christian ceremony there at Bois Caiman?  Do you think it 
is the Christian church which keeps rural majority class Haitians bonded in 

<< I see this quality in Haitians, but not in their religious beliefs, which 
puzzles me.
 James R. Ruckle >>

It puzzles me that you don't see it, James, honestly.  Come on to our house!  

Peace and love,

Bon Mambo Racine Sans Bout Sa Te La Daginen

"Se bon ki ra", 
     Good is rare - Haitian Proverb

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