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Old 08-28-2015, 07:53 PM
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"Is there a chance we could put the issue of belief in the existence or nature of Christ in another thread?"
That thread already exists: What Do You Make of Jesus?

... which in turn is an offshoot of: Is There a God?

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"It would be nice if there could be a thread useful to those of us who love Jesus more than life itself."
That seems more specialized, so I have started a new thread: For Those Who Deeply Love Jesus. I hope it will serve the purpose you have in mind, loveboston.

Re: naturism ... I am in favor of it, but I'm too chicken to try it myself.

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-- 1 John 4:18
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Old 09-01-2015, 02:30 PM
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I'm glad we have several threads that are almost like several classes here at Love University

I don't particularly like bible classes but I do like learning how the bible has impacted a lot of us negatively so I can continue to learn how to love appropriately.

The bible, like the constitution is used by people with radically different outlooks to justify their behavior.

The extremists in the Christian movement even believe the constitution is god's word as much as the bible is.

I do like that we have a couple of resident professors in Mag and OP who are quick to challenge the misuse of the bible.

I'm also very happy that we now have two accompanying classes on how to maintain a spirit of love in spite of religious bullies along with a class on the effects religious bullies have had on our love lives.

I know this serious study of the bible might not be the appropriate classroom setting to express my love and admiration for Mag and OP's big brains but I can't resist.
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Magdlyn, I have I switched to Windows 10, it corrected some of my issues. It may also be Norton, do not try Norton...
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If you use Firefox, you can also use the add-on called Lazarus - it recovers keystrokes in online forms and works here too.
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