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There were 27 active members visiting or posting on this forum last month. There are an average of 10-15 guests at any one time that are reading or researching our database of almost 42,000 posts. We have 1588 total members but activity with those members varied from 17 to 31 each month for the past 12 months. Social media such as our PC on Facebook has taken much of our past forum activity. People seem to find Facebook more convenient. Also, people who are interested in more heated debates, normally don't stick around long because our discussions are kept more civil than most other religious/spiritual sites. Our official discussion board definition per se taken from http://progressivechristianity.org/message-boards/is

 

ProgressiveChristianity.org discussion board is an internet support community of individuals, mostly consisting of but not limited to those that embraces pluralism and the eight points of Progressive Christianity. An internet place of reaching out and encouragement to those for whom organized religion has proved ineffectual, irrelevant, or repressive, as well as to those who have given up on or are unacquainted with it. A safe place of discussion and sharing of ones views and thoughts concerning the journey or quest for truth and spiritual discovery. A place of challenging discussions where participants come to both share and learn. A community that gets away from systematized, exclusive absolutes, and where intellectual honesty is much more likely to be valued.

The discussion board welcomes all to participate, including but not limited to Conventional Christians and questioning skeptics, believers and agnostics, women and men, those of all sexual orientations and gender identities and those of all classes and abilities. Because of such a diversity of people and views, the discussion board is divided into individual forum each with its own guidelines and is strictly moderated without censorship or restriction of views yet with the requirement of mutual respect for others of differring views. A place where respect for the other and verbal behavior in discussions is more important than any view expressed. It’s a community of welcome without the bonds of having to accept the formal dogma and doctrines of man disguised as the church system, holy books, laws or rituals.

JosephM(as Admin)

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