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  1. @Astreja In one search I found an eagle or a falcon. I would think that with all the symbology in the world there would be a more universal symbol of Freedom and more of them. Interesting. Thanks for the input and if anyone else has anything else please insert what knowledge you have. Thank you.
  2. It has been a long time since I have posted anything on ExChristian.net but I thought of you guys when searching for a certain symbol. Symbolism is important to me. I can't seem to find any universal ancient symbols that represent Freedom. Does anyone here have any suggestions on where I could direct my search? To the mods please feel free to place this question in any section that is proper. Thank you Craqued REPLY
  3. My heroes are the people who have made mistakes and learned from them. Evolution of ideas seems to be difficult at best.
  4. Then may I suggest an intervention and a timeout in the relationship ? It's been my experience that most people don't change. But equal rights would be nice.
  5. I've had better sex with myself, than some women I've had sex with. Choose your fights wisely. Your time is valuable.
  6. I've been on the wrong side of domestic violence with two different psychotic women. Tell your friend to go out and screw the next thing that crosses his path, then go back and tell his GF. With any luck she will break up with him and leave after he gets his last beating (but make sure that he has a witness with him). She's liable to hurt herself and tell the police that he did it if she's like some of my ex-GFs. He can always get a restraint order. At one point I hired someone to live in my house, and stay by my side just to be my witness, and I slept in a locked garage at night. BTW, limit yourself on how much you get involved. I know it's difficult, but please try. When he is tired of it, he will end it.
  7. Rank. Can't say if the benefits outweigh the risks, so it would be difficult to for anyone to asses your situation unless they have been through what you're going through. Good Luck. Although from personal experience I can say that taking pain meds (opiates) for lower back pain didn't help me. It just gave me another problem, while masking the original problem. There is more than one kind of pain.
  8. People have died for less. But seriously, from what I've read in your post I'm guessing you have nothing to worry about except maybe a little heated word exchange. Anyway, I hope the kid doesn't take after his father. Hell, maybe you have been a good enough mentor to help the kid see life through a more rational window.
  9. The only Television my kids are allowed to watch, is PBS. It's much better than alternative stations, but there's always room for improvement.
  10. You people watch too much Television. It's a disease. Get some help, PLEASE.
  11. Some people think the Bible endorses marijuana, i.e. Genesis 1:29: Then God said, "Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the surface of all the earth, and every tree which has fruit yielding seed; it shall be food for you." This is proof that God and Satan, are one in the same. And Christians can't prove that they aren't.
  12. Oh yeah, I almost forgot. WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH MARIJUANA...??? Seems to me that "God" would promote marijuana, and Satan would be anti-Marijuana, but pro alcohol. Of course this is based on my understanding of these invisible beings, and every "believer" understands them in different ways.
  13. Yeah, I can remember some if this crap from back in the 80s when we still had vinyl records to spin backwards. The church my family attended had some lessons about it. This only caused me to be more curious, and at the age of about 12 or 13, I felt that I just had to get this kind of music and see what would happen. Now, almost 30 years later, I still listen to Metal Music from time to time, and I have yet to see or hear Satan.
  14. Do you think that that was because the community was still establishing itself? Or maybe that a whole bunch of people were in the same place in their journey at the same time, due to the forum being relatively new? I like the wide variety of people that we have here. An important lesson that the forum has taught me, which will stand me well in my own life, is that I don't necessarily have to agree with someone on everything in order to still find a common ground on which to establish a friendship. And the variety of opinions on everything has made me more open to the idea that maybe I am wrong on some things, that perhaps there is some truth to what someone says, and perhaps I need to investigate an issue a little further and possibly reassess my stance. I have access to a wider variety of people here on the forum than I do in my own life, and I love it. I think every member has some part to play in shaping the forum. I think you nailed it in your first question. The community was fairly new, and people had a lot of venting to do. Maybe some new-bies still need that as part of their crossing over to the other side and leaving Christianity. It seems to help many. As for the diversity here, I love it too. It's nice to see everyone's thoughts having sex, creating new baby thoughts, and evolving.
  15. A few years back when I first came to this site, things seemed to be more cutthroat. If there were no Christians to go after, then ExC members would after each other (out of boredom I guess). Sometimes some of the old-timers seem to miss those days, but I can see how "lurkers" would have been scared away unless they were already a little jaded. IMO, things have calmed down, and I feel that lurkers will feel more free to come here, and learn some new lessons. Anyway, in the past maybe ExC members created kind of a reputation for itself, and some people may have been scared away. For now things seem to be moving in a more progressive manner, and I hope that others can find peace in their lives like I have through ExC. Thanks for the thread BP.
  16. 1 - I'm glad to no longer be a part of Abraham's religious terrorism network.
  17. I've always wondered what I would do, if I was in your shoes right now (unemployed). I would like to think I could bounce back, but my skills are limited to a select few things, so I wouldn't know. Almost daily I'm indirectly threatened to be replaced, and sometimes I feel as if I would welcome being forced into another job. But being responsible for my family always comes first. Again, good luck everyone.
  18. Best wishes to every individual involved. Is this your job?
  19. Is there an Aryan Christian Superiority Race? "All men are equal in the eyes of the lord" ,,, Atheists excluded?
  20. Christians really need to find another Hobby.
  21. I can't remember who wrote it, but on one comment board I frequent, someone wrote: (paraphrased of course) Atheists enjoy and cherish every second of this life, because we KNOW this is the only life we have, or will ever have. We have no delusions of a second chance, so we consider death more serious than people of religion.
  22. I'm no doc either, but I'm also tired of being dependant on pharmaceuticals... But they are legal and I'm tired of lining the pockets of Big Pharma.
  23. Yes, I mean the entire world. I think changes are on the way, and I agree we'll need all the true hearts we can get. It's kind of a nice to feel evolution evolving... That or we are getting ready for a mystic revolution.
  24. Man hugs are not normally my thing Cracked. But okay. Hug it is. With a back slap. lol, did you feel neglected?
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