David L. Hoffman
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Should we be concerned about this? Or just let it slide?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paula Roberts 7th month 26, 2010. 4 Replies

In the margin of the QQ site today, under "ads by Google" I found:    "Stop Amnesty for Illegals Send a Free FaxGram to Congress to Say "No" to Obama's Amnesty Plan" along with a link to send such a…Continue

Promoting Quaker Quaker as a lucrative advertising venue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David L. Hoffman 2nd month 5, 2010. 2 Replies

I was startled today when I logged onto Quaker Quaker's Bay Area geographical list, and was greeted by the following display ad:  Advertising on QuakerQuaker Added by…Continue

 

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About Me
I am a Quaker. I am an Evangelical Christian. I believe in Christ Spirit. I believe God loves and accepts the sincere, humane worship of every person, regardless of what they call their belief, or what they call God, or what they imagine God to be. I respect those whom such Pauline doctrines as the Trinity bring into fuller embrace of Christ Spirit and of God's Will. I do not consider those doctrines essential for salvation, or for communion with God, or for transformation through Christ Spirit.

I am a nonviolent, democratic Marxist. I believe we all need to share the planet.

I am 65 years old. I have thought about these things long and hard.

There are millionsof other people who share these same values and convictions. Alot of us get bullied or pressured into silence by people who are more doctrinaire than we are. However we are still here, doing the best we can.

I am a member of Redwood Forest Friends Meeting (unprogrammed) in Santa Rosa, California.

God bless all the principled, compassionate people in the World. "Against such there is no law."

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