Anons, one and two, I repeat what I said about conscience, above: In my opinion, as long as we avoid going to extremes and we sincerely intend to take positive actions to improve things, a guilty conscience is a sign of a healthy spirit. When I have a guilty conscience I don't blame my conscience; it is just doing it job. People without consciences are psychopaths (people with sick minds), and what I call pneumatopaths (people with sick spirits)'
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Are you both born-again Christians? If so: Why does an all-powerful, loving and personal God allow so much horrible and, IMO, meaningless pain and suffering?
Keep in mind: I am not talking about the kind of acceptable pain which produces gain.
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Sam and Ellis, about a table of contents. If I knew where to start--any suggestions?--I would.


Edited by Revlgking (06/09/08 06:00 PM)
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