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Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
We’re here today because we’ve gone through these trials; we've been tempted countless times to love something more than truth, and for the love of it, we’ve chosen truth instead, though our choice entails baptism into Christ’s death, the world's brief triumph. We know that the eternal triumph, the resurrection to new life, follows the inward dying to the self. In that triumphant inward resurrection, we know not only rightness but the joy and the peace of having received Christ, the life, of…Continue
Added by Patricia Dallmann on 8th mo. 16, 2015 at 7:00pm — 3 Comments
Today and tomorrow, I will be posting in two parts the paper that I gave at the New Foundation Fellowship gathering last month near Casper, Wyoming, U.S.A. As readers might surmise from the title, this paper examines the question of where resides the power to counteract and overcome evil. Nowhere are the essential criteria for victory over evil upheld and identified more succinctly than in Jesus's rebuttal of Satan, which occurs in the first 17 verses of the fourth…Continue
Added by Patricia Dallmann on 8th mo. 15, 2015 at 2:11pm — 10 Comments
Human being has a special gift. The gift is the knowledge, through personal experience, of personal identity through direct and unmediated intuition of self-consciousness sustained in itself. This intuited self-conscious or awareness is being or Being turned inwardly.
Normally, human beings are aware of themselves in relationship to outward forms, mirrors, or layers through which they “see” themselves. These outward mirrors are, for examples, their occupations, religious…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 8th mo. 12, 2015 at 1:00pm — 9 Comments
“Job a lesson to the Faithful.”
By Robben Wainer
Added by Robben Wainer on 8th mo. 6, 2015 at 8:35am — No Comments
Originally published on the Quaker Universalist Conversations blog on 8/2/2015.
The fragments of one of the world’s oldest manuscripts of the Quran has been found at the University of Birmingham (see “A Find in Britain: Quran…Continue
Added by Mike Shell on 8th mo. 3, 2015 at 3:30pm — 2 Comments