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teluproductions What God said, after reading Faithbook! And, I say unto you, Mark 9:23
TeMpErAnCe "LIFE-LiVE It FuLlY,ExIt" ,me..."I came to bring LIFE abundantly" ,Jesus
temy "I would rather hear the single worst truth in the universe than ten thousand beautiful lies". Temy
terminus "That which is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbor. That is the whole Torah; the rest is commentary. Go and study it." Rabbi Hillel the Elder
Terri The biggest error in our thinking is in perceiving God as an authority figure, like a stern parent who disciplines us by dispensing reward and punishment for our behavior. How different would our life experiences be if we saw God not as a parent, but as a partner? An energy-generating source that supports our growth in whatever way we create it, via whatever experiences we create, offering nothing but unconditional love? Rather than a watchful figure standing over us in judgment, what if God is simply an energy of love and light that doesn't have an opinion?
Texasinspector "I am of a sect by myself, as far as I know." - Thomas Jefferson
tgbarton "I had no need of that hypothesis." - Pierre-Simon Laplace, in his 1872 reply to Emperor Napoleon I, who had asked why he hadn't mentioned God in his discourse on secular variations of the orbits of Saturn and Jupiter.
thajarin Irreverence is the champion of liberty and its only sure defense. - Mark Twain
thalassa Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be. And whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life, keep peace in your soul. --from Desiderata by Max Ehrmann (1927)
that_guy love and death two oceans a world apart but connected by a river of faith
Theology_Club The Orlando Area Progressive Theology Club currently meets in Longwood Florida near Orlando. Moderated by a lay-person DVD materials are used to introduce ideas and raise questions that may then be discussed by those present. This group is to be a safe place for all where those present subscribe to keeping it that way. It is a safe place where civility reigns and all may share their journey without any judgment by others; a place to “love our neighbors” by letting down our personal “tribal” boundaries; a place where we are willing to let the ideas of others into our own experience; a place for raising questions without prescribing answers; a place not on the road less traveled but on the road less mentioned. The group currently meets at 7:15 PM MOST Wednesdays at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection in Longwood Florida. Please call the office at 407-788-3704 to confirm.
Published October 11, 2010