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Old 03-12-2016, 10:54 PM
 
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Disagreeing with you is NOT an attack. Decrying the defense of bigotry and lack of agape love expressed in both words and action by the mainstream Christians, is NOT an attack. Exposing the defense of documented discrimination and lack of agape love in what has become the anti-Christ apostate majority as prophesied for these latter days is NOT an attack. Every time you (plural as in Vizio and Cyber) presume that those who do these things are attacking you and hating God, those presumptions ARE accusations and attacks.
The truth hurts, when a person has been deceived.
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Old 03-13-2016, 05:18 PM
 
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In other words, what you're really trying to ask is, "Why aren't people learning from me?"
That's accurate. Maybe some people are learning, but they never post so you never know (as a previous poster mentioned). And the people who do post are in sales and not buyers, like myself.

"Keep hope alive!" ~Rev. Jesse Jackson

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Old 03-13-2016, 05:56 PM
 
Location: East Coast
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Does it seems that everyone just wants to make a pitch for their version of Christianity or do people actually come here to learn and end up changed because of something they read here on the forum.

Has anyone ever been truly changed in either mind or spirit or denomination because of something they have read here on the forum?
I came to this forum and have learned so much, and that which I have learned most definitely changed things in mind and spirit. I remember also giving a certain poster a real hard time about what she believed, in fact she was irritating me, but something she said resonated with me and caused me to do my own research and today because I was open to researching I am more grounded than I ever have been.
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Old 03-13-2016, 05:58 PM
 
Location: East Coast
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In other words, what you're really trying to ask is, "Why aren't people learning from me?"
That was my first thought too. It is a strange question, I thought it would have been more appropriate to ask if we here to learn from one another.
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