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    • Shawn: It is the use that is in question (i.e., the plant is natural and from God so therefore its use is justified). The use is wrong, and can't be attributed to God just because it is a natural...
    • Robin Edgar: If it's natural you can be pretty sure that it is from God. . . Who else might be responsible for natural things?
    • Makeesha: We were on the other side. On Wilton between Melrose and Santa Monica. We were almost West Hollywood. We played racquetball at the Y in W. Hollywood, right across from the Hostel and...
    • Shawn Anthony: Makeesha - No kidding! Where at in Hollywood? Mine was on Orchid Ave, 1 block behind Mann's Chinese Theater.
    • Robin Edgar: Is this your ode to Richard Dawkins or something Shawn? ;-)
    • Makeesha: hey, we lived in a ridiculously expensive studio in hollywood too! btw, cool new look :)
    • Robin Edgar: Amen. . . Unfortunately in the case of Unitarian Universalism aka UUism all too often the ministry is for "lone rangers" of various types, to say nothing of singularly focused...
    • Shawn: I understand your point Halden, but must defend this President. He was as far away from the "My Way or the Highway" mentality of which you speak. Honestly, I experienced more freedom -...
    • Halden: I have always had issue with the term "Destruction of Family" . The ideology of My way or the Highway from religious leaders is a bit over the top.
    • Shawn: Missed it ck. I'll search around for it. BTW: Thanks for the Merton. I love it, and you. Be well. :)
    • ck: Martin Marty (U Chicago) was on Speaking of Faith this morning (a rerun?) and talked about the Niebuhrs briefly in his discussion of the evangelicalism(s) in the US today. It was an interesting...
    • Shawn: Wess - Hey man. Yeah, I agree re: the existence of more choices beyond the two provided above by the bros. Neibuhr. The above is just an early paragraph in a paper I wrote this afternoon for...
    • C. Wess Daniels: Hi Shawn, good post. John Yoder in his book "What Would You Do?" He makes a point of arguing that there are many more options than the Neibuhr brothers leave us with. It's a short...
    • Rob: An interesting test of this will occur soon. They've worked up a way for a macroscopic (i.e. visible) object to be in two places at once. Should be interesting!
    • Shawn Anthony: Almi - Absolutely worth the money. Awesome toys, to say the least. I hope your future with kids is good to and for you! Thanks!
    • Shawn Anthony: Why thank you Ben. Feel free to use it ... uh, wherever it fits? LOL.
    • Ben: HAHAHA! That's a great quote.
    • Almi: Those toys are great, really worth the money :) Looking forward to seeing kids grow up my self sometime in the future :)
    • Robin Edgar: Been there. . . Done that. ;-)
    • Robin Edgar: If I didn't think it was worth it I wouldn't do it. . .

 

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