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To: Amos the Prophet

I do not recall saying anything about not believing in anything of a uniquely spiritual nature, you just made all that up yourself. Why would you make such an assumption just from comments read on an anonymous website?

I have read parts of the bible and I’m still the way God intended me to be.

I challenge you, to not use the bible as a reference for your world view.

Seems you have a choice also.


28 posted on 12/11/2010 8:44:12 AM PST by stuartcr (When politicians politicize issues, aren't they just doing their job?)
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To: stuartcr

For me to not use the Bible as a reference for my world view would be like not using language to talk with you. Your challenge has no meaning.
I made no assumptions, merely responded to your claim that you have no knowledge of Biblical terms.
Your failure to capitalize Bible means you are either referring to some unknown text or you are deliberately insulting.
How do you know that you are still the way God intended you to be?
I know with certainty that I am not at all the way God intended me to be nor is any professing, born again Christian.


34 posted on 12/11/2010 4:48:16 PM PST by Louis Foxwell (The American Revolution is just as unpopular with statists today as it was at our founding.)
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