Originally posted by sonship Try [b]Evolution Verses Creation - www.evcforum.net
It is more strictly moderated. There are suspensions. There is insistence of moderators to stay on topic. And you have to have approval before creating new threads.
Aside from those characteristics discussion is about as pointed as here.
I stay in the Bible Study Room for the most part.
But they have many other rooms.
I think it is www.evcforum.net[/b]
youve been playing away from home!!!! getting your debate needs elsewhere!!!! who is he!!! is it still going on!!!! why sonship,why!!!! is it because we were net debating as often as you needed? i cant look at you right now.....sleep on the sofa tonight. i dont want you touching me.
Originally posted by stellspalfie youve been playing away from home!!!! getting your debate needs elsewhere!!!! who is he!!! is it still going on!!!! why sonship,why!!!! is it because we were net debating as often as you needed? i cant look at you right now.....sleep on the sofa tonight. i dont want you touching me.
You and sonship both recommended carm. I have looked at it and it seems to present balanced and conventional Christian views (albeit non-JW, non-RCC, non-LDS). It is well annotated, for example it references documents of the RCC when it discusses the RCC position on Mary. If I am in discussions on the tenets of Christianity it will be a resource for me.
Over the past 20 years or so my non-belief in deity has moderated into a stand-alone position that does not rely on "proofs" of any particular claims about deity. Instead it simply reports on the results of introspection. When I look inside myself for a belief that matches claims that depend on the existence of deity, I don't find them. I may someday have them (or find them wherever they have been hiding🙂). But till then, I will look to sources like carm and their non-theistic counterparts. I don't think the more fervent (rabid?) posters on this forum are going to be a source of inspiration toward faith. If anything, I find them to be bad examples of theism and I will avoid them. Some here on both sides seem to be "damaged goods".