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Retired teacher. Raised and matured inside and outside lay Christian community. The last years I have in a way refound and rematured my christian values and faith. Have been eager to find out about the quakers, and belive me not an easy job. However, now doors and insight are opening and I feel friendship in the air.
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At 1:52pm on 8th mo. 1, 2010, C. Morningbear Cullimore Mercer said…
Kjære venn Enok
Jeg sjekke ut en online oversetter www.translatorbar.com. Jeg løp min forrige svar gjennom verktøyet, og trenger din ekspert mening om hvorvidt det gjorde jobben. Vær så snill, la meg vite om det fungerte.

CMCM
Morningbear

Dear Friend Enok

I am checking out an online translator at www.translatorbar.com. I ran my previous response through the utility and need your expert opinion on whether or not it did the job. Please, let me know if it worked. The outcome would be better understanding.

CMCM
Morningbear
"Jeg er forvirret om hva du sier. Er du refererer til det opprinnelige spørsmålet: Som kveker, hva er funksjonen av Skriftene til å tro? "Hvorfor tror du det er upassende å spørre? Sosialt press, åndelige leder, læresetninger? Sier du at Bibelen når ut til oss om vi er bibelske vitenskapsmenn og kritikere? Egentlig kristendommen gjorde helt fint uten nye testamente i posten apostoliske tidsalder. Når spørsmålet om jødiske konvertering til jødedommen var avgjort, Det gamle testamente ble ansett Moot av mange konvertitter som kunne verken lese eller forstå TANAK. kristendommen var ikke spres ved faste doktriner og tekster, ble det spredt muntlig, så overbevisende at hundretusener stod opp og døde for det. På et punkt, de lakmustest skiller kristendommen var om ikke en levende kristen hadde møtt gjennomføring og tortur, og klarte å overleve. Dette skjedde opp gjennom levetiden til St. Augustine. Jeg tror George Fox i sin forståelse av primitive kristendommen stolt på jungeltelegrafen over literacy i en tid da få var literate . Vi som abonnerer på vitenskapelig metode og dokumenterte bevis, har en tendens til å stole på dokumentasjonen mer enn jungeltelegrafen eller den menneskelige eksempel på ting som bare kan defineres ved tro. Velsigne deg."
At 9:10am on 8th mo. 1, 2010, Helen Bayes said…
OOH yes there's a thousand of us, or 3ooo, depending on who is counted in. We are not well-known, but many of us have a sticker on our car which simply gives the Australian Quaker website address - aort of declaration of identity, I suppose.
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At 2:20pm on 7th mo. 30, 2010, Forrest Curo said…
Not an easy job for us, figuring ourselves out!

Good to be consciously guided by the Spirit. For me, the reality of it is quite definite, but I'm not always sure how well I follow! (Presumably the lapses have their value...)
 
 
 

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