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quantumfaith was last seen:
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    1. Salty
      QF, drop me an email at [email protected]
    2. Salty
      I lived in Mainz -81-83 Attended Victory Baptist Church
    3. Salty
      Did you spend any military time in Germany?
    4. glfredrick
      Quantum, though we're not always on the same page, I appreciate your willingness to debate in a civil manner. Thanks for being a brother in the Lord!
    5. convicted1
      Bro Quant,

      I hope you will accept my friend request. I find that you and I are on the same page on more than a few things. I really enjoy your post!!

      Willis Fletcher, Jr.
    6. Earth Wind and Fire
      Earth Wind and Fire

      Albert Einstein, a man who was often ambiguous about his religious views, once admitted that he rejected the God of his Jewish heritage for that of Spinoza, the 17th-century philosopher.

      For Spinoza, “God” was not a supernatural Being but an omnipresent principle of cosmic order and harmony. His universe was one of matter and motion in which every outcome was pre-determined according to that primal physical essence. It was a thoroughly naturalistic worldview, leaving no room for free will.

      Enamored of the ideas of Spinoza, Einstein rejected the notion of free will in favor of the belief that everything obeys the deterministic laws of nature. For folks who similarly take naturalism seriously, a human being is not an autonomous agent acting upon nature, but a biochemical machine ruled by Nature.
    7. Luke2427
      I wish you would respond to post 285 before you retreat. Even if it is in my pm. Will you do this for me as your brother in Christ. It is important to me that you do.

      Thanks and God bless.
    8. quantumfaith
      I never claimed that it was a "democracy". I never claimed "all" shared my "opinion" (position), that is rather obvious. I did imply and it is my "opinion" (position) that this is very intellectually small. While I understand "banning" anyone for being consistently and repeatedly "hateful", banning or preventing other believers from the discourse because some of their doctrinal positions vary, at times greatly, from "yours" is just not "intellectually" healthful whereas participation in this board should assist one in properly and precisely defending the faith.
    9. DHK
      Baptistboard is a private board. The administration can allow who to admit into its membership or reject from membership whomever they will and without valid reason. It is not democratic. It is private. It is a privilege to post here. Concerning the Catholics you are entitled to your opinion but not everyone shares it. They were allowed here in the past. Problems started. Action was taken. Though there are still a small number of Catholics on the board, it was the decision of the administration not to accept any new Catholic applicants. They don't have to defend their actions as it is their board.
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    Wiregrass Church (Non-Denominational)
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    Personal faith in Christ
    Doubt, indulged and cherished, is in danger of becoming denial; but if honest, and bent on thorough investigation, it may soon lead to full establishment of the truth
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    Absurdity, n.: A statement or belief manifestly inconsistent with one's own opinion. (Bierce)
    Cogito cogito ergo cogito sum (I think that I think, therefore I think that I am.) (Bierce)
    Genius - to know without having learned; to draw just conclusions from unknown premises; to discern the soul of things (Bierce)
    Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you will ever regret.