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    the world and our relationship to it
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    Raised Catholic by a Methodist Mom and Catholic/Agnostic dad, converted to Lutheran, Brief fling with fundy, then to agnostic, now enroute to ex-believer

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
    Still clinging to the hope of a guardian angel...

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  1. https://www.washingtonpost.com/religion/2019/05/01/alleged-synagogue-shooter-was-churchgoer-who-articulated-christian-theology-prompting-tough-questions-evangelical-pastors/?utm_term=.cd41288d9249
  2. https://bizstandardnews.com/2019/03/22/robertson-god-told-me-therell-be-a-trump-towers-in-heaven/
  3. While reading a testimony thread, I was very interested in some of the responses stating which Bible passage caused their “ah-hah” moment when they finally start to realize that it was all nonsense. One poster said that the Ananias & Sapphira story did it for him… I could definitely identify with that. For me, it was Jesus cursing the fig tree for not bearing fruit out of season. I just couldn’t shake the feeling of injustice when he cursed the unfortunate tree and killed it. Why, I couldn’t stop wondering, if Jesus was God, couldn’t he have just performed one of his many miracles by making the tree bear fruit? That he was such a jerk about it (imho), started me on my road to questioning all of it. Do many of you have a particular Bible passage that “opened your eyes”? I’d love to see what did it for you.
  4. I've primarily been a lurker around here, but today, a FB post to our "siblings" group really got to me. My niece is a lovely young woman who has really had it hard since her teenage years when her parents (my brother and his wife) divorced. She got pregnant at 16, forced to give birth, then give up the child for adoption; a few years ago her husband was nearly killed in a freak accident; he has really never fully recovered. Then her house burned down, killing her two beloved dogs (luckily, no human life lost). Now, after having appeared to have gotten back on her feet, and only months after having a much-wanted baby, she has now been found to have uterine cancer. This poor little lady just hasn't gotten a break. BUT, but, but... her (my) family knows that God has great plans for her! I almost gagged when I read my sister's post: "Prayers please for our beautiful Amy as she faces challenging surgery next week. God certainly is preparing this young family for great things. — praising God." With a halo-wearing emoji yet! I threw up a little in my mouth. Thanks for letting me vent...
  5. I am primarily a lurker around these parts, but occasionally, would love to add a "love", or a "ha ha" emoticon to some posts. (I use "like" a lot on Facebook, but rarely post there, either). I see that some posts do have these notations, and wonder if I need to have some kind of minimum number of my own posts to ""Qualify"?
  6. It takes a minimum number of posts before that ability shows up. I think 10 or 20, not sure. Well, that's kinda silly, especially for a newcomer...
  7. Still getting the hang of this - how do you edit/delete a post? [img14980708_1146648348746592_2824594049858428910_n.jpg[/img]
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