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Covering Your Faces

 
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Covering Your Faces
Isn't there a religion that forces one gender or the other to cover up?

or

It's everybody that must comply?
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09/23/2020 10:13 PM
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Isn't there a religion that forces one gender or the other to cover up?

or

It's everybody that must comply?
 Quoting: dingleberry


Ummm...

Maybe... It's something else?
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10/23/2020 10:08 AM

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Isn't there a religion that forces one gender or the other to cover up?

 Quoting: dingleberry


islam
~Wharf Rat
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10/23/2020 10:21 AM
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Isn't there a religion that forces one gender or the other to cover up?

 Quoting: dingleberry


:islam:
 Quoting: Wharf Rat



What up Fayetown!

it's hard to tell what you mean...

Is bacon the religion to which you refer?
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Christian head covering
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Female dieners in the Moravian Church serving bread to fellow members of their congregation during the celebration of a lovefeast are seen wearing headcoverings.

Women who belong to the Hutterite Church, an Anabapist Christian denomination, wear their headcovering daily and only remove it when sleeping.

Orthodox Christian woman in Ukraine. Female believers are required to cover their head entering churches and monasteries.
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Christian head covering, also known as Christian veiling, is the practice of women covering their head in a variety of Christian traditions. Some Christian women, based on Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, Calvinist, and Methodist teaching, wear the head covering in public worship (though some women belonging to these traditions may also choose to wear the head covering outside of church),[1] while others, especially Anabaptist Christians, believe women should wear head coverings all the time.[2] The practice of Christian head covering for "praying and prophesying" was inspired by a traditional interpretation of 1 Corinthians 11:2–6 in the New Testament.[3] The practice of the Christian head covering for modesty is from Holy Oral Tradition; though, Saint Paul in 1 Corinthians 11:13-16 of Holy Scripture stated that a woman is to just have long hair for modesty. The majority of Biblical scholars have held that "verses 4-7 refer to a literal veil or covering of cloth" for "praying and prophesying" and verse 15 to refer to long hair of a woman for modesty.[4] Although the head covering was practiced by many Christian women throughout the early modern era,[5] it is now a minority practice among contemporary Christians in the West, though it continues to be the normal practice in other parts of the world, such as Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Ethiopia, India, Pakistan, and South Korea.[6] The style of the Christian head covering varies by region.
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Christian head covering
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Female dieners in the Moravian Church serving bread to fellow members of their congregation during the celebration of a lovefeast are seen wearing headcoverings.

Women who belong to the Hutterite Church, an Anabapist Christian denomination, wear their headcovering daily and only remove it when sleeping.

Orthodox Christian woman in Ukraine. Female believers are required to cover their head entering churches and monasteries.
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Christian head covering, also known as Christian veiling, is the practice of women covering their head in a variety of Christian traditions. Some Christian women, based on Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, Calvinist, and Methodist teaching, wear the head covering in public worship (though some women belonging to these traditions may also choose to wear the head covering outside of church),[1] while others, especially Anabaptist Christians, believe women should wear head coverings all the time.[2] The practice of Christian head covering for "praying and prophesying" was inspired by a traditional interpretation of 1 Corinthians 11:2–6 in the New Testament.[3] The practice of the Christian head covering for modesty is from Holy Oral Tradition; though, Saint Paul in 1 Corinthians 11:13-16 of Holy Scripture stated that a woman is to just have long hair for modesty. The majority of Biblical scholars have held that "verses 4-7 refer to a literal veil or covering of cloth" for "praying and prophesying" and verse 15 to refer to long hair of a woman for modesty.[4] Although the head covering was practiced by many Christian women throughout the early modern era,[5] it is now a minority practice among contemporary Christians in the West, though it continues to be the normal practice in other parts of the world, such as Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Ethiopia, India, Pakistan, and South Korea.[6] The style of the Christian head covering varies by region.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79476966


Very descriptive.

Thanks for the info!
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10/23/2020 10:32 AM
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Sunny peach overlay was funniest iv seen besides a lama
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Sunny peach overlay was funniest iv seen besides a lama
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78735209



"Sunny peach"! lol

Good ones!

People do funny things when they're unsure!





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