Jim Wilson's Discussions (102)

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"Thanks, Patricia, for this reference.  I always appreciate your ability to reference…"

Jim Wilson replied 12th month 1, 2017 to The Politics of God

21 12th month 2, 2017
Reply by Forrest Curo

"A few additional responses: I don't regard wikipedia as a reliable source.  Just say…"

Jim Wilson replied 11th month 30, 2017 to The Politics of God

21 12th month 2, 2017
Reply by Forrest Curo

"A few replies: I disagree that right wing ideologies are more common than left wing…"

Jim Wilson replied 11th month 29, 2017 to The Politics of God

21 12th month 2, 2017
Reply by Forrest Curo

"A few observations on this post: My feeling is that God, and Jesus, are not ideologi…"

Jim Wilson replied 11th month 29, 2017 to The Politics of God

21 12th month 2, 2017
Reply by Forrest Curo

"A brief reply about Buddhism.  This is a vast topic, covering a huge number of sects…"

Jim Wilson replied 2nd month 25, 2017 to Why I Strongly Disagree with Micah Bales' article that all humans are "depraved"

43 2nd month 26, 2017
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Good Morning Howard: A quick note to let you know how much I appreciate your reports…"

Jim Wilson replied 2nd month 22, 2017 to Why I Strongly Disagree with Micah Bales' article that all humans are "depraved"

43 2nd month 26, 2017
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Good Morning Howard: The difficulty with critiques that rely on the 'constructed' na…"

Jim Wilson replied 2nd month 19, 2017 to Why I Strongly Disagree with Micah Bales' article that all humans are "depraved"

43 2nd month 26, 2017
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Interesting discussion.  My take on this:  I agree with Micah that all human beings…"

Jim Wilson replied 2nd month 18, 2017 to Why I Strongly Disagree with Micah Bales' article that all humans are "depraved"

43 2nd month 26, 2017
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Hi Kirby: I'm skeptical of equating the immanence of the Kingdom with the 'void' (sh…"

Jim Wilson replied 9th month 27, 2015 to What is a Quaker Meeting?

17 9th month 27, 2015
Reply by Kirby Urner

"This may surprise some people, but I engage in petitionary prayer on a daily basis;…"

Jim Wilson replied 9th month 3, 2015 to What's Wrong That Keeps This From Sounding RIght?

23 9th month 10, 2015
Reply by Adria Gulizia

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