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Christian Discussion
A place to discuss christian belief systems. Note: Forum will be stringently moderated. Any personal attacks will be deleted without notice.
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Aimed at non-christian topics. Note: Forum will be stringently moderated. Any personal attacks will be deleted without notice.
Philosophy Discussion
Studies, articles, news, etc. ... Anything about why we do what we do.
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Mar 17th, 2007 by MHz last post
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Origin of Universe: God <vs> Big Bang/Non-God theories POPULAR!
Ok, when we think of the origin of the universe, the debate can get interesting. I would like to first state, this has nothing to do with human life, and evolution vs. creationism. Evolution has nothing to do with the topic of this thread. This is... (by westmanguy)
Mar 9th, 2007 by snfu73 last post
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Sikh discussion
He who subdues his body and stands on the head to meditate, but sheds not his Ego, Finds not the Lord's Name, even if he commits 'spiritual'deeds. (Sri Rag M. 3) I couldn't agree more. To speak and use proverbs to make oneself look intelligent and... (by snfu73)
Mar 9th, 2007 by snfu73 last post
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Hindu Discussion
There is nothing noble in being superior to some other man. The true nobility is in being superior to your previous self. Hindu proverb. I like this quote a great deal. It's something that I have to keep in mind...and wish that others would as... (by snfu73)
Mar 9th, 2007 by snfu73 last post
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Buddhist discussion
Believe nothing. No matter where you read it, Or who said it, Even if I have said it, Unless it agrees with your own reason And your own common sense. Buddha. I love this quote. I believe it. Since I first read it...I live by it in many... (by snfu73)
Mar 7th, 2007 by snfu73 last post
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Islamic discussion
Do you love your creator? Love your fellow-beings first. Muhammad I like this. It doesn't put god or the belief of god at the centre...it puts those who surround us at the centre. This makes sense to me. If you love god and live for god...it doesn't... (by snfu73)
Mar 7th, 2007 by selfactivated last post
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Immortals - Myth, Fantasy, Fact, Fiction?
This post may get a bit interesting, lets see what happens. Question List: (others feel free to answer yourselves as well :p) ----------------------------------------------------------- What are "Immortals"? Who are they? Where are they? Why are... (by Daemoen)
Mar 7th, 2007 by s_lone last post
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Astrology fundamentals
For any of you that are truly interested in the subject AND/OR interested in discussion and debate. An Introduction to Archetypal Astrological Analysis Richard Tarnas, Ph.D. A birth chart or natal chart is a portrait of the heavens at the... (by s_lone)
Mar 7th, 2007 by Dexter Sinister last post
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psychic/strange personal phenomena
This thread is for those strange experiences and wacky ghost stories. Guess the scary part for some won't really be the stories but the ridicule one will get for posting it here. Seeming that I fear more the intent of little old ladies with a twinkle in... (by El Barto)
Mar 6th, 2007 by AndyF last post
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Catholic group swings both ways.
Priests group to support gay clergy, decry open gay bashing Catholic Online Catholic Online A group of Roman Catholic priests, who object to the forthcoming release of a Vatican document on gays in seminaries, have joined together to... (by snfu73)
Feb 28th, 2007 by look3467 last post
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"My thread on religious beliefs" or ?
Hi,ya'all I would like for this thread to continue for as long as there are questions on religious beliefs. I for one am a Jesus believer, soul saved, heaven bound and I want you all to know it. I will in no way condemn any belief category but will... (by look3467)
Feb 27th, 2007 by snfu73 last post
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Hacking for God?
Bishop defends gay Web site By CARMEL RICKARD Special to the National Catholic Reporter Cape Town, South Africa The South African bishop, alleged by a conservative Catholic organization to be part of a Web porn site, says... (by snfu73)
Feb 26th, 2007 by westmanguy last post
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Whats the difference between Atheism and Agnostic
I know atheism, is an outright disclaim of a supreme deity. Now Agnostic confuses me. Its sort of like, well if God sends non-believers to Hell, I want nothing to do with it. Like recognizing it, but saying you don't like it. See I don't get the... (by westmanguy)
Feb 24th, 2007 by tanakar last post
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Catholicism's huge decline (everybody welcome)
-------------------------------------- An index of Catholicism's decline Posted: December 11, 2002 1:00 a.m. Eastern (by lieexpsr)
Feb 20th, 2007 by CDNBear last post
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Catholic/Anglican United front
Archbishop wants world Catholics, Anglicans united Melanie Christiansen February 20, 2007 01:00am Article from: ; Font size: + - Send this article: Print Email BRISBANE'S Catholic... (by ottawabill)
Feb 19th, 2007 by CDNBear last post
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Philosophically speaking, religion is a hoax POPULAR!
In case there is anyone who wants to talk about it. I offer the following as my proof. All 15 hours of it to provide a basis of an understanding of my position to all those who believe in celestial teapots, flying spaghetti monsters, God, Santa Claus, and... (by lieexpsr)
Feb 17th, 2007 by sanctus last post
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Karma, what goes around comes around???
I believe in it somewhat, I still have a few people on my Rambo map(in the r/w) that still haven't seen the righteous retrobution they so richly deserve, but it seems karma is at work. No??? (by CDNBear)
Feb 15th, 2007 by L Gilbert last post
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Define God?!........... POPULAR!
Give the definition of god. A FINITE DEFINITION! The god, any and all.... Any faith...DEFINE god!? (by The Project Man)
Feb 15th, 2007 by eh1eh last post
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If it was possible to swap brains...
Would we be the same person in a new body? Is a brain swap possible? I want some first thought votes and I will discuss further. (by Alexander)
Feb 9th, 2007 by darkbeaver last post
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3 examples of humanity
When we turn around and see the trail of destruction we have left behind us, it CAN be a moment of real humanity, but only if we allow ourselves to really see. Here are three who have dared to look: 1] An Iraq Interrogator's Nightmare... (by Karlin)
Feb 6th, 2007 by Marie last post
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Philosophical Story
Has anybody read the novel "La Rose Retrouvee" a fantastic philosophical story? Similar to Coelho's Alchemist, Exupery's Little Prince, Richard Bach's Seagull... Here is a critique of it: (by Marie)
Feb 5th, 2007 by talloola last post
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Absolutely pointless!
Absolutely pointless! says the spokesman. Absolutely pointless! Everything is pointless. What do people gain from all their hard work under the sun? Generations come, and generations go, but the earth lasts forever. The sun rises, and the... (by look3467)
Feb 1st, 2007 by Tonington last post
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Where in the Dante are you?
I'm in limbo. :laughing7: Thanks for your signature reminding me of the test, JimMoyer. :D (by L Gilbert)
Feb 1st, 2007 by PsyOp last post
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The greatest secret ever
Wow, if i knew i had the answer in front of me when i was a kid of the secret i'm seeking for since 4 years.... :notworthy: I can't believe it HAHAHA. Here is the greatest secret ever ... (by PsyOp)
Feb 1st, 2007 by PsyOp last post
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History of Religion in 90 Seconds
This a great flash animation about the grow of all religions in the world. (by CanadienA1)
Jan 26th, 2007 by look3467 last post
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The Mystery of Consciousness
Friday, Jan. 19, 2007 The Mystery of Consciousness By Steven Pinker The young women had survived the car crash, after a fashion. In the five months since parts of her brain had been... (by Curiosity)
Jan 23rd, 2007 by jimmoyer last post
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Will Power--------hoooah !
Will power. Yeah right. Every plan based on Will Power is a plan to fail. You think God is a Myth ? Add Will Power to that list of Myths that need continual Debunking. (by jimmoyer)
Jan 20th, 2007 by L Gilbert last post
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The Second Arrow
The Buddhists say that two arrows always fly towards you. Whether they hit or not is another matter. The first arrow is the bad thing that happens to you. The second arrow... You know what it is. (by jimmoyer)
Jan 15th, 2007 by look3467 last post
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"Ye must be born again" yea, or nay?
For believers in Jesus: in. For non-believers: The first is spiritually discerned, and incomprehensible to the human mind. Whats your say? :scratch: Peace>>>AJ (by look3467)
Jan 6th, 2007 by Toro last post
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Socrates meets with Jesus
Socrates and Jesus having a conversation about God, the nature of man and creation. (by Tonington)
Dec 24th, 2006 by selfactivated last post
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A Christmas gift.
(by MikeyDB)
Dec 1st, 2006 by Sassylassie last post
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When Did You Choose to be Straight?
I'm not sure when I "decided" I liked women best. I also cannot remember when I "decided" that having sex with another man was the most repulsive thing ever. So, please share your experiences with me and help me recall when I made this decision. (by Toro)
Dec 1st, 2006 by Tonington last post
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Humanities first rituals, much older than previosly thought
A new discovery in Africa shows that modern Homo Sapiens have performed advanced rituals as early as 70,000 years ago. Before this discovery, it was thought that the first rituals were performed in Europe 40,000 years ago. The San people in Africa as one... (by Tonington)
Nov 28th, 2006 by Sassylassie last post
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Women Talk More Than Men? Really???
This old saw is making the rounds again. Is there any truth to it or is one of these pop psychology efforts to divide the genders. (by Curiosity)
Nov 21st, 2006 by CDNBear last post
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Anyone want to see a really scary video?
This is by far the most extreme christian I have ever seen. I feel badly for her family. (by Tonington)