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 on: October 26, 2014, 02:39:43 AM 
Started by HicEsseDraconus - Last post by Celestrial
welcome Hic, i also am new but have found this a very friendly and welcoming place, have learnt a lot and have had a laugh, I didnt get the pleasure of interacting with your mother, but what I have read has been inspiring..she must have been an amazing woman and mother, you shopuld be very proud of her xo

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 on: October 26, 2014, 02:33:56 AM 
Started by FW - Last post by Celestrial
Nice to meet you FW...and feel free to find out what makes me tick...some would say not much, others would say a lot...either way i am who i am, and like you...some people like me and other dont, to me that is their problem not mine...anyway welcome back

 33 
 on: October 25, 2014, 11:50:00 PM 
Started by Ashe Isadora - Last post by Alchymist
Alchymist wish I could be there. Right now I don't know what I'm going to do. Just have to wait and see. Play it by ear.

I wish I could be there as well Alchy. That sounds amazing.

Well, if you can somehow make your way to the Unitarian Church on Bertram Street in downtown Kelowna, B.C., at 6 p.m. on November 1st, we'll be sure to give you a warm welcome.

(And anyone else as well, of course.........)

Blessed Be everyone,

Alchymist.

 34 
 on: October 25, 2014, 10:28:39 PM 
Started by Arnemetia - Last post by StarlightDream88
Hi there Starlight, welcome and its great that you studied a long time before actually practicing. I hope that you enjoy your time here with us and have a great Samhain when it's finally here!

Thank you so much for the warm welcome!!! I hope you and everyone else have a great Samhain as well! My first one as a practicing Wiccan.

 35 
 on: October 25, 2014, 08:21:14 PM 
Started by Bardon Keene - Last post by Draconis Rex
Oh don't worry S, I'm sure we will engage again......  :-p :o ;D ;D ;D

I hope I can offer a good challenge.

 36 
 on: October 25, 2014, 08:15:12 PM 
Started by Bardon Keene - Last post by FW
No worries.  Already water under the bridge.  A couple of things you'll find one thing about me.  One, I'll engage you in a heated debate in one thread and be your best mate in another.  Two, I'm quite passionate about both my beliefs and knowledge.  I look forward to many a theological discussion with you.


 37 
 on: October 25, 2014, 08:08:20 PM 
Started by Bardon Keene - Last post by Draconis Rex
As I alluded to earlier, this might be a local cultural or sociological truth for you and those in your immediate locale, but it is certainly not the general consensus from a religious standpoint.  If you want to make a statement that in your neck of the woods that culturally or sociologically, those of Protestant or Catholic heritage are not necessarily Christian, then by all means, do so. I'll offer no rebuttal.

That said, when you claim something is universal Truth based on your own experiences, you are likely to be challenged and your claim is at risk of being proven otherwise.

As did you my friend  ;D  I would say we were both guilty of it in this case. In all honesty though, I must admit that I didn't realise that it was viewed differently in the US, my assumption was that it was the same there as here. We have so many other things in common. In which case I WILL (yes I capitalised it :-p ) offer an apology for my assumption.

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 on: October 25, 2014, 08:02:02 PM 
Started by Bardon Keene - Last post by FW
As I alluded to earlier, this might be a local cultural or sociological truth for you and those in your immediate locale, but it is certainly not the general consensus from a religious standpoint.  If you want to make a statement that in your neck of the woods that culturally or sociologically, those of Protestant or Catholic heritage are not necessarily Christian, then by all means, do so. I'll offer no rebuttal.

That said, when you claim something is universal Truth based on your own experiences, you are likely to be challenged and your claim is at risk of being proven otherwise.

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 on: October 25, 2014, 07:51:17 PM 
Started by Bardon Keene - Last post by Draconis Rex
I don't need a citation; I was born as a Protestant into a Protestant family, it was stated on my Birth Certificate..... I am not a Christian! It really can't be put any more simply than that. In this country that is how it is, it is (as earlier stated) a cultural construct.
 
Capitalising a single word is an emphasis on the word not a support mechanism of a statement, I choose more frequently to do it that way than to underline a word; it serves the same purpose.

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 on: October 25, 2014, 07:36:09 PM 
Started by Bardon Keene - Last post by FW
Lets wind back a little; NOT all Catholics are Christian, NOT all Protestants are Christian...However all Wiccans ARE Witches.

That's where you're wrong (in the first two statements). Typing words in all caps does not support an argument.  I've already provided a citation for my stance and am able to provide many more if need be.  Let's see yours.  In other words,


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