Mad JW
  • Male
  • Enumclaw, WA
  • United States
Share on Facebook
  • Blogs
  • Discussions (4)
  • Quaker Gatherings
  • Quaker Beliefs/Groups
  • Quaker Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Quaker Videos

Mad JW's Discussions

Where Does TRUTH Enter the Picture?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Forrest Curo 12th month 21, 2018. 7 Replies

"Primitive" Christianity implies returning to what Jesus ACTUALLY TAUGHT- rather than the foul tradition of Churchianity.Who did Jesus teach was God?Continue

 

Mad JW's Page

Latest Activity

Forrest Curo replied to Mad JW's discussion 'Where Does TRUTH Enter the Picture?'
"Again: If you come here grinding an ax, all you're going to see is wood. Certainly you can talk about what you know of God; but if all you've got to offer is hearsay, you're wasting your time as well as ours."
12th month 21, 2018
Mad JW replied to Mad JW's discussion 'Where Does TRUTH Enter the Picture?'
"AGAIN~ Who did JESUS teach was God?"
12th month 21, 2018
Forrest Curo replied to Mad JW's discussion 'Where Does TRUTH Enter the Picture?'
"Was that a rhetorical question? Is this a rhetorical question? If I were in my right mind, would I respond to this question at all? Does it sound likely to tell me anything significant about God or Jesus? Does it sound likely to tell me more than I…"
11th month 26, 2018
marc lambert replied to Mad JW's discussion 'Where Does TRUTH Enter the Picture?'
"God is Our Father  (hmmm  I see some Friends running for cover...)"
11th month 25, 2018
Judith Light-Baker replied to Mad JW's discussion 'Where Does TRUTH Enter the Picture?'
"John 4:24   Words of Jesus: "God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth." Of course, He had a great deal else to say about the nature of God and qualities of God. …"
11th month 24, 2018
Kirby Urner replied to Mad JW's discussion 'Where Does TRUTH Enter the Picture?'
"What doth your Inner Christ say?"
11th month 24, 2018
Mad JW replied to Mad JW's discussion 'Where Does TRUTH Enter the Picture?'
"18 views- and NO ANSWER? Bad sign!"
11th month 23, 2018
Mad JW posted a discussion

Where Does TRUTH Enter the Picture?

"Primitive" Christianity implies returning to what Jesus ACTUALLY TAUGHT- rather than the foul tradition of Churchianity.Who did Jesus teach was God?See More
11th month 22, 2018
Mad JW replied to Mike Shell's discussion 'Friends, What canst thou say?'
"Sounds GREAT! Butttt- do you know the ONLY True God Jesus served?"
11th month 22, 2018
Mad JW updated their profile
11th month 22, 2018

Profile Information

About Me
Intense Bible Study for over 35 years- questioning everything!
Website/Blog
http://themadjw.weebly.com
Twitter Page
http://https://twitter.com/themadjw

Meetups, Events, and Resources

You need to be a member of QuakerQuaker to add comments!

Join QuakerQuaker

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

Support Us

Did you know that QuakerQuaker is 100% reader supported? If you think this kind of outreach and conversation is important, please support it with a monthly subscription or one-time gift.


You can also make a one-time donation.

Latest Activity

Keith Saylor posted a blog post

Hidden Things Revealed

Research Note:Robert Rich published a pamphlet in 1678 titled Hidden Things brought to Light or the…See More
5th day (Thu)
Ibo von Schubert replied to Barbara Smith's discussion 'When is Ohio Yearly Meeting this year?' in the group Conservative Friends
"any word on this year ( 2019) the OTM website only has 2018 info in it. thanks!"
4th day (Wed)
Keith Saylor commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'New Essay at Abiding Quaker: The Best Gift of Life'
"A response to Adria's article: Hello Adria, While I am not part of the visible Church, I am a…"
3rd day (Tue)
Patricia Dallmann posted a blog post
2nd day (Mon)
Rainer Möller posted blog posts
3rd month 17
Kirby Urner posted a blog post

Video Blogging: Quaker Journaling 3.0

Quaker Journaling 2.0 was ordinary blogging.See More
3rd month 16
Mike Shell posted a discussion
3rd month 14

© 2019   Created by QuakerQuaker.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service