Haha thank you for entertaining my question! And yeah, that would be quite the feat, impressive missionary work.I'm referring to Han's particular use of the word "hell". I understand many other religions have a concept of heaven and hell but would probably be referred to as something else. As far as I know only Christians call hell as hell.
See, the Douay-Rheims translation, often used by traditionalist Catholics (like yours truly), uses the term "hell" to refer to the Jewish understanding. I don't know what other translations say or what other religions call it.
True. I have a lot of questions for George Lucas
Sounds interesting thank you
Also Chinese warrior monks... you can see the Force used in some old kung fu movies by the Shaw Brothers for example.
@hahahmm Yeah. Taoism I think.
Hah Oh yeah, that's true
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True, I would think so too
Oh yes this is true
Gees calm down. It's a scifi fantasy movie not a documentary, obviously meant to be fiction. You do realize lucas took inspiration from many religions and mythologies to make these movies.
Really, I didn't know. But I did know George lucas took many inspirations from all sorts of mythologies and such.
So you asked because of the reply "I'll see you in Hell" ? The idea of an underworld predates Christianity by thousands of years. I expect as a metaphor it will outlast the currently popular religions.
Yeah I'm referring to han's use of that particular word, 'hell'. I'm sure many religions refer to hell as another name or the same, I don't know which ones though.
The film is in English. Other regards are uncommonly used and a poor choices for most of the audience.
They also know how to spell "Muslims."
@Paige90 Moslem is an ancient spelling of Muslim.“Moslem was the preferred spelling until the first half of the 20th century. Today, Muslim is the preferred spelling.”writingexplained.org/moslem-vs-muslim-difference
@Paige90 I've seen it spelt both ways (and "spelt" = "spelled"). :)
@Kdizzle85Thats actually some pretty interesting info
Right. And Ewan Mcgregor was Jesus
@IAMNathanael more of a Peter 😂
Wouldn't be too far fetched, since Moses split the Red Sea with a Beyblade.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away