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    Death-of-Godder

    Hi there

    what does it mean?
    "Depends on which Death-of-Godder you ask."

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    Re: Death-of-Godder

    Welcome to the forum tata.

    Please try to give more context in future. The words are probably preceded by some mention of people who claim that God, (or belief in God) is dead. People who believe that God is dead might be informally called 'Death-of-Godders'.

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    Re: Death-of-Godder


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