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QuoteI guess I am more baffled by your statement: "DH dear when in Rome approach the Romans on their territory slowly rope them into the truth. I would like to ask if you are a born again Christian why do you inhabit these forums?"
Quote from: Alan McDougall on May 30, 2008, 03:58:42DH,What I meant was that when Paul went to Athens he spoke in a way they could resonate with. Namely he talked to them about their own unknown god, who he tried to get over the point that this unseen God was the source of everything. He did not blast their beliefs, then anyway by stating there their incorrect belief in many godsThis forum i acknowledge which i have not gone back to read all the posts is one of two thing either there is an enormous interest in it or it is simply going nowhere with people just posting and posting to get their points acrossAlan
QuoteThe story about Paul and Athenians is another thing. However is this what YOU are doing here. Are your posts made only to lead us the way you really think, and do you think the people are pagans. It sure sounds like it.
Quote from: Alan McDougall on May 31, 2008, 09:59:30This is God not your pathetic version I am the encompasser and enfold all things within the substance of my being. Resonating with profound unfathomable vibrations, creation trembles at the passing of my presence.I am the stalker of the soul, the defeater of death. I am supreme and take the abstract, and convert it into concrete matter.I dwell in the breath of my life, which is composite bright light, looking with delight upon the beauty of the garden of my creation, sparkling out of the darkness of infinite universes.I am well pleased with my endeavours and set the clock of time to run for eternity.I am the winder of the watch of creation. 'I Am" HE,If you do only one thing repect me the "LORD" Composed By Alan McDougall (27/6/2007)
QuoteDear AlanI have posted here on the AP for a long time. I have talked to many different types of people from all sorts of cultures, and given the odd disagreement and pointed discussion, it has been all in all a pleasant experience