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Welcome back TaT....Went by Starburst on here years ago when I rejoined I could not remember my e-mail or password so I joined as Under-taker...Been out of this religious debate for years now as I found it was a total waste of energy and time...Debating religion is pointless in my book its had to long to dig its blood sucking fangs into society as a whole. But I am glad to see that you and Robert are still going strong at it. :clap:

Was real sorry to hear about Murdock I am sure she is sorely missed by those that enjoyed her work....


Hey Starburst!!!

Good to hear from you too!!!


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Have you guys heard of it?

https://www.ex-christian.net/

The MO is helping struggling christians and new exchristians along in their stages of deconversion.

Yeah, I've heard of them when looking up Christian online communities on various search engines. Considering the supernatural coincidences that I've experienced over the years, any attempt to "deconvert" me is somewhere at the border between comical and sad. :? God is as real as it can get, in my opinion.



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God is as real as it can get, in my opinion.


So God exists to you just as much as a piece of apple pie that sits in front of you? You can see, feel taste and even hear a piece of apple pie. How is an invisible God as real as apple pie?



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tat tvam asi wrote:
Have you guys heard of it?

https://www.ex-christian.net/

The MO is helping struggling christians and new exchristians along in their stages of deconversion.

Yeah, I've heard of them when looking up Christian online communities on various search engines. Considering the supernatural coincidences that I've experienced over the years, any attempt to "deconvert" me is somewhere at the border between comical and sad. :? God is as real as it can get, in my opinion.

I'm curious. Would you be willing to talk about one of these supernatural coincidences? In my mind, you see, even calling the phenomenon a coincidence takes it out of the supernatural realm.



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I'd enjoy discussing one of your more convincing supernatural experiences.



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