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Danie Newcomb says
thanks for your answer...a lot of people are totally turned off when they hear anyone speak of witchcraft, but i have read up on it a tad and from what i can tell it is like in other religions in that it's main focus/source of power flows from "good"
i agree. one's emotional, physical, and social aspects are just as much part of them as the spiritual and therefore must not be neglected but often are. i found this to be true in the church i was raised in as well.
Peter Rogers says
i have explored this question before to some extent. what i now believe is that no single religion has an "exclusive pathway to God" so to speak. i also believe we are responsible for our own relationship with God.
War becomes necessary sometimes
Ecclesiastes 3:3 A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;
You are judging and think it’s better than war and that you know more than God
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Larry Wall says
being raised in the united pentecostal church, i came to believe there were no such thing as "hell, fire, and brimstone" baptist preachers! lol. in attending a southern baptist as an adult, i realized there are actually many similarities with the two