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Pick Your Power

U.S. stinks, but not pretty, in spite of its frequent fireworks displays. We sniff for the smoking gun for our bold news; fire off ammo rou…

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The Tenderizer

Have, of necessity(for dog-walking assignment), researched the Staffordshire Bull Terrier - only to find that its original breeding was for…

Started by Clem Gerdelmann

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Drinking Water

Frederick Douglas, the renowned abolitionist, astutely concluded, "...all the qualities which men usually ascribed to God, they first find…

Started by Clem Gerdelmann

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The Fruit Doesn't Fall Far

Our parents are the author of our born-life; God is the Author of our reborn-life. So how has it happened that Quakers today are convinced…

Started by Clem Gerdelmann

1 8th month 15
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Technically Speaking

Why the biblical parables of the reluctant judge(who cared little for God or mankind) and the two sons(one said "yes" to his father's comma…

Started by Clem Gerdelmann

4 8th month 14
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Pop Quiz

Name the Friends who wrote each of these convictions: 1) "...for this made the ways of Jesus so wonderful in his day...He had loved righteo…

Started by Clem Gerdelmann

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Good Mourning!!!

"To fall into the contemporary habit of removing all objective content from our faith and practice, and then asserting that what remains is…

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1 8th month 4
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Hello!!!

Taken from D. Elton Trueblood's "The Validity of Christian Mission": Religious experience turns sour if it stands alone, and the man who wo…

Started by Clem Gerdelmann

1 8th month 2
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Gaza

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Started by David Nelson Seaman

0 7th month 30

Before Religion, by Brent Nongbri

A review of Before Religion: A History of a Modern Concept, by Brent Nongbri, published on Quaker Universalist Conversations.

Started by Mike Shell

0 7th month 28

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