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  1. I've been trying to find a way to deal in a virtual sense with pursuing a need I have for group review / discussion on some topics, and its been difficult to do that in a simple sense, so I'm going to try another approach that is more...suited...to this forum, following some feedback I'll have to acknowledge one of the moderators contributed that made me reflect a bit on accomplishing the task. I'm really from my approach to this point not embracing the value of a 'forum' by trying to lock it down to a delimited exchange, so I'm going to open my thinking and embrace it for its advantage, (yes
  2. Hi Paul, you might want to look into some of the writings of George Coe in the early part of the 1900s and look for associated writings. They sought to fuse rational thought and teachings with Christian thought and teachings. I would have found him being exposed to the modern concepts of the science (and it is) of Intelligent Design and how it would have brought the intervention back into the concepts of creation might have impacted his thinking, but that's almost to the side and for another conversation. A big part of their teachings revolve around the ideals that an active faith, a faith
  3. An Open Question, My personal situation requires of me an outreach to try to develop some finite group study sessions of different themes, that would be conducted virtually through Zoom or Google Meet or some such (flexible.) I have first one specifically which would be a shared reading and review discussion based on reading a book with the theme of teaching discipleship...ie, teaching or mentoring AS discipleship, but also helping others enter and grow in discipleship. It would be a 'small' group...a 'few' people, tbd. My schedule would dictate it would have to be in the evenings (Pac
  4. ...starting a new journey and the circumstances of COVID make some aspects of interaction now difficult, so I thought to try to develop my network to include some online resources to give external focus and connections. I subscribe to Liberal Theology more of the early 1900s to a large degree, with some modifications, and find the irony of how the dominant theology of the early 1900s is so relevant to our problems of today. Anyway, greetings... VR
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