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  1. K27
    Yesterday 07:26 PM
    K27 commented on Math: Productive?
    I like this problem very much. There are such a large variety of solutions ... Many roads to Rome.
  2. muddyglass
    Yesterday 06:07 PM
    muddyglass commented on Math: Productive?
    thank you, but the praise is too much.
  3. yoginimama
    Yesterday 05:39 PM
    yoginimama
    It does make people crazy! I read N.T. Wright's "The Resurrection and the Son of God," and it talks about the first-century Jewish desire for God to be king over the earth (which Paul felt was partially achieved by the resurrection) and I was like, yes, I am *so* ready for that.
  4. yoginimama
    Yesterday 05:00 PM
    yoginimama
    Good point. But my problem is elsewhere. I tend to think the conservative viewpoints expressed by conservative members must be caricatures, but sadly, they are not.
  5. yoginimama
    And this is just to tell you that despite our wonderful mutual Calvinhood I still TOTALLY disagree with you politically. Even though Hillary's an Arminian
  6. yoginimama
    Yesterday 03:52 PM
    yoginimama commented on Detecting infidelity/cheating
    This is a caricature of how liberals believe. Many of us do in fact believe in an objective morality. Just sayin.
  7. wolkenkraetzer
    08-28-2016 06:17 PM
    wolkenkraetzer
    Throw in a "Jeepers, Wally!" and we're good!
  8. wolkenkraetzer
    08-28-2016 04:43 PM
    wolkenkraetzer
    But it can lead to many interesting things...
  9. Madden
    08-28-2016 12:57 PM
    Madden
    Oops.....I should have said 'I don't think I'm that compassionate'. As in, I'm sure there are people here who have more sympathy than I do, you know?
  10. Madden
    08-28-2016 11:00 AM
    Madden
    I don't think I'm too compassionate, actually, Monte! I used to care more, but when I realized that many of them either don't want any useful advice, or completely ignore one's advice anyway, or show themselves up to be attention-mongers (which you and I both know many of the advice-seekers are), I've tempered it somewhat.
  11. freeeekyyy
    08-27-2016 12:14 PM
    freeeekyyy
  12. freeeekyyy
    08-27-2016 11:39 AM
    freeeekyyy
    It was my fault too. Regardless of any theological differences, you are my brother in Christ, and I want to act like it. I may not understand, but I don't need to. The end result is what counts.
  13. freeeekyyy
    08-26-2016 11:13 PM
    freeeekyyy commented on Calvinism
    I really didn't mean to make this personal. Obviously tempers are raised on both of our ends, so I'm going to step back for a bit.
  14. Doggzilla
    08-26-2016 09:36 PM
    Doggzilla
    Good thing it wasnt chocolate!
  15. rickster
    08-26-2016 09:07 PM
    rickster
    HAAAAA!!!!
  16. yoginimama
    08-26-2016 05:00 PM
    yoginimama
    Great! Thanks!
  17. seraphicharm
    08-26-2016 01:25 PM
    seraphicharm commented on Calvinism
    Agreed on Calvinism vs Arminianism
  18. yoginimama
    08-26-2016 09:59 AM
    yoginimama
  19. yoginimama
    08-26-2016 09:05 AM
    yoginimama
    I should clarify--and I'm sure you're just fascinated by this, and plus at this point I should have just PMed you--losing my faith was as arbitrary and total as getting it back again. It was like a switch flipped: Oh, of course. There cannot possibly be a God. I told myself that God himself called me out of the church. That's what it felt like, even though I didn't believe there was such an animal anymore. I felt he had done it.
  20. yoginimama
    08-26-2016 07:54 AM
    yoginimama
    I also think predestination makes the most sense of my own spiritual case as well. I was a Christian, then I lost my faith, then, through no power or intention of my own, I got it back again. It very much feels as if God planned both my Christianity and my atheism, and my subsequent re-Christianing. (Even as an atheist, I kind of had a feeling that one day my faith would come back). What this means for me eternally I do not and cannot know, but I definitely feel the existence of a plan.

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