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  1. 4-18-17

    The other day my 93 year old maternal grandmother was talking to my maternal grandfather.

    My maternal grandfather has been dead for 35 years.
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  2. to everybody on here

    I'm trying to decide what to post in Chat To The Moderators about and what to try to work out with the other board members directly.

    I've decided to try to work this one out openly:

    In the past I've been repeatedly attacked by other board members for even mentioning Roman Catholicism, even in the Areopagus section, even though I have repeatedly clearly stated that I am not Roman Catholic, and that I am not promoting Roman Catholicism.

    I have heard a lot of ...

    Updated Apr 6th 2017 at 02:15 PM by gringo300 (mispelled word)

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  3. Old Testament study

    There is a lot I don't understand about the Old Testament.

    As time has gone by, this has been bothering me more and more.

    Many of my preconceptions are being overturned more and more.

    More on this later...
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    Theology
  4. 3-31-17

    One of my cousins recently gave birth to her third child and first daughter.

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    I'm trying to figure out a lot of things about the Old Testament.

    My preconceptions are getting overturned more and more.

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    Almost everything I once THOUGHT I knew about the Samaritans has turned out to be wrong.

    Updated Mar 31st 2017 at 02:19 PM by gringo300 (added more)

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  5. Lords of the Night

    Lords of the Night

    As the sun sinks behind buildings and meadows;
    When darkness moves in and the lesser lights rule -
    Lone figures scurry and slink in the shadows
    Mangy and starving they search, sniff and drool.

    During the day they rest and they slumber
    Seeking a spot in the sun or the shade;
    Once it is dark and the sun has gone under
    They run in packs for protection and aid.

    Shadowy figures; thin, supple and
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    Poetry