Aaron Clark
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The Differences Between Christians And Quakers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Olivia 6th month 1, 2012. 8 Replies

How would you personally describe to someone how Quakers are different from most Christians.Continue

Quakers: The Video Game

Started this discussion. Last reply by Morgen Silver 4th month 25, 2018. 14 Replies

 The award-winning Rainbow Six franchise returns, with Quakers.Summary: It's 2010. When war breaks out in South America, an elite team recruited from the Religious Society of Friends finds themselves…Continue

Quakerism Is A Satanic Cult

Started this discussion. Last reply by James M. Branum 4th month 3, 2012. 11 Replies

I found this article that talks about how Quakerism is a satanic cult and an enemy of Jesus Christ. I found it to be pretty funny and thought I would share it.…Continue

The Ultimate Forgiveness

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aaron J Levitt 2nd month 1, 2012. 1 Reply

When Jesus was dying on the cross he was being assaulted and harassed by the same people who out him there. And what did Jesus say about those people? Jesus said father please forgive them they do…Continue

 

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About Me
Just like lots of people in this world I really enjoy video games. To me video games is not just some simple hobby to me it is my way of life. I tend to know more about video games then your typical hardcore gamer. I really enjoy talking about video games just as much as playing them. I have alot of knowledge of video game history. I also really like discussing the subject matter of video game controversy. I also know alot about certain video game companies and specific video game franchises. I am an Quaker. I follow the teaching of Jesus Christ had taught throught by George Fox. I find the Holy Bible to be of great importance and to be of great inspirational. I dont believe the Bible is Gods Word. I actually believe that Jesus is Gods Word. I also believe Gods Word exists in other religions and in other holy books. I also kind of an Universalist but not entirely though.

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