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JesusChristPose
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0 posted 09-19-2006 10:32 PM       View Profile for JesusChristPose   Email JesusChristPose   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for JesusChristPose

"I'm sure you meant to post this as an addendum to one of the other threads already started on your theories? I'll close this one so you can put it where ever originally intended."

~ No, I was speaking about a specific Biblical topic, albeit it could and does relate to other Biblical topics I have started or partaked in.

~ Therefore, I am not sure which topic to repost this to.  Any suggestions?

~ Thanks.



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Brian James
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1 posted 09-19-2006 10:37 PM       View Profile for Brian James   Email Brian James   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Brian James

I'm sure you meant to send this as a personal email instead of posting it as a new topic.  
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2 posted 09-20-2006 03:44 AM       View Profile for Ron   Email Ron   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Ron's Home Page   View IP for Ron

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... albeit it could and does relate to other Biblical topics I have started or partaked in.

You answered your own question, Mike. Pick one. Trust me, it won't matter.

Please remember, however, that this is a Philosophy forum. The discussion of religion is certainly a part of that. The dissecting of doctrine is not. There's always going to be leeway allowed, if only because separating religion from doctrine is anything but science, but the distinction still must be made.

Asking Biblical questions so you can immediately supply your own doctrinal answers isn't exploring Philosophy, at least not to my way of thinking. Much worse than that,  it isn't even original material any more. While I might admire your consistency, the only thing more tiring than doctrine is recycled doctrine.

Let's move on to new things, please. Or, at least, confine the old things to the old threads.


JesusChristPose
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~ Thanks, Ron.
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I have some probing questions for you..I have been reading your stuff and like what you have to say you have enlightened me where others have failed. So I was wondering if you could email me asap? For some reason my emails are being blocked to memebers of this site and until I get that figured out I can only send emails to the people I already have addresses for. Thank you in advance, JulieAnn  
 
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