a. The correct way to get rid of something that is erroneous is to burn it. This also applies to things you can’t use anymore, say Bibles, Scapulars, and such things. And I do agree that the Koran is a book full of error, and burning it does not allow error to be spread.
b. That said, I don’t think doing this to make a statement does much good, so I must disagree with it. There are much more efficient ways to show protest…bury them might be a little more appropriate.
2. Anne Rice quitting Christianity
a. I didn’t realize promoting life from conception to natural death was anti-life, I didn’t realize that saying that homosexuals have dignity and are called to holiness just like the rest of us was being “anti-gay” I didn’t realize saying that you’re more than a physical object was being “anti-woman”
b. Conversion is a life time process, there’s always need for conversion, it’s a daily struggle, join the club 🙂
3. Fr Z’s blog
a. I guess word of the fact that I got accepted got out, I guess that’s what happens when you run a blog, lol. Thanks to whomever told…I guess that makes me a famous blogger now, lol
4. On conversion…
it’s constant, we’re always in need of conversion.