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    Dear Yalash Apologies. I've realised that...

    Dear Yalash
    Apologies. I've realised that basically I've highjacked your thread and it has progressed tangentially into unchartered deep waters e.g. Conspiracy theory outer space deities. Please...
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    If I'm honest enough, I don't need mantra's,...

    If I'm honest enough, I don't need mantra's, prayers, ceremonies to get that outside feedback; though it sometimes helps. With me it's location; once in London on Ash Wednesday, once in a deserted...
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    Note. Cacian jumped me on this one, and I was...

    Note. Cacian jumped me on this one, and I was responding to the YesNo entry.
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    Well argued. Personally, I like a bit of flesh...

    Well argued.

    Personally, I like a bit of flesh on my chicken. Thus whether from choice or childhood acceptance, have been brought up Christian, complete with it's historical development, mantras,...
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    Some interesting concepts there: 1. "Some free...

    Some interesting concepts there:
    1. "Some free will." God acknowledging perhaps that we are mortal with mortal weaknesses and thus a certain amount of latitude is permissible. But then it can be...
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    I guessed it was, but at least it got a bit of...

    I guessed it was, but at least it got a bit of discussion going, instead of reading a realm of text.
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    Agreed. Let's get back to my original point that,...

    Agreed. Let's get back to my original point that, (cateris parabus, one believes in a God) then he recognises human frailty in the mortal being and tolerates as well as commands.
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    Because of the many concepts of God that...

    Because of the many concepts of God that different religions hold dear.
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    There is a line of thought in religion, (mainly I...

    There is a line of thought in religion, (mainly I believe in branches of the Jesuits) that hold that it is not so much what God commands, as to what God tolerates. Graham Greene, whom I'm sure you...
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