Kirby Urner's Discussions (281)

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"Greetings Keith -- Thanks for filling in some more blanks regarding your freedom fro…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 28, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

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Reply by Forrest Curo

"Hi Keith -- Howard may have diagnosed our divergence in vocabulary with some precisi…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 27, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

22 10th month 30, 2018
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Greetings Keith -- I hope you're not finding our back-and-forth too onerous. I think…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 25, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

22 10th month 30, 2018
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Hi Howard -- Yes, I'm likely confused regarding your meaning for "outward form" as e…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 24, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

22 10th month 30, 2018
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Hi Keith -- Apologies if my use of "spiritual catatonia" seemed a dig at your philos…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 24, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

22 10th month 30, 2018
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Hi Howard -- I was sketching two extremes on a spectrum. It makes sense to me that t…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 24, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

22 10th month 30, 2018
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Yes, some early Friends may have found fulfillment in their rebellious heresy and di…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 24, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

22 10th month 30, 2018
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Yes indeed, that sounds wonderful, including that "not too much driving" part. :-D I…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 23, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

22 10th month 30, 2018
Reply by Forrest Curo

"Greetings Howard -- All that sounds idyllic and I am grateful that Quakerism is flex…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 23, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

22 10th month 30, 2018
Reply by Forrest Curo

"What happened in 1828 again?  Was that when Hicksites forked off from Gurneyites? Ah…"

Kirby Urner replied 10th month 22, 2018 to The Earliest Quakers and liberal Quakerism

22 10th month 30, 2018
Reply by Forrest Curo

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