Seeker

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About Seeker

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    Desperately seeking something.
  • Birthday 04/02/1960

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    INTP
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    All things in moderations - *especially* moderation.
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    Agnostic / Quaker / Discordian

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    Layabout / Digital Artist
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  1. Seeker

    How many members here in the UK?

    Try ulc. org .uk/forum/
  2. Seeker

    revkenneth22

    Welcome to the forum.
  3. Seeker

    saw a sign

    See that's just typical of modern society. You get rid of a load of soiled soil by just dumping it in the ground and leaving it for others to stumble across. Is that the legacy we want to leave? Won't somebody please think of the children.
  4. Hello and welcome Lynne.
  5. I was responding to Cuchulain's "will it make you a better person?". The context there seems to me to imply a conscious choice. I think its a mixture - we think about where we are internally led. There's a saying I like it that respect - man(kind) is not a rational animal, but a rationalizing animal. In that view we do, and then we find reasons for what we have done. I don't think that's the whole truth, but IMHO it is a lot closer to the mark than the alternative.
  6. I wasn't denying that in the slightest. My point was that with a shift in belief there often comes a shift in what you see as better. Thus whether you are a "better" person depends on what you believe and doesn't really help you decide whether to change your beliefs.
  7. That becomes problematic if you're redefining "better" in the process.
  8. Hi and welcome. I have posted a couple of comments on your assignments. They are intended to be helpful, but if you don't find them so, then please just ignore me.
  9. Seeker

    a common atheist fallacy

    Yet here you are.
  10. Nonsense. Tweed is made from wool.
  11. Thanks for the heads-up Pete. I hope you are wrong. Luis is good people.
  12. Seeker

    a common atheist fallacy

    Surely non-belief is more agnosticism. Atheism I take as more of an active disbelief, and I think there is some call to enquire why. Not a requirement, but sufficient interest to merit a thread.
  13. So in your original post you say "without walls". The act you cited is all about registering the walls. Again I ask - for what purpose? If you have a property that you intend to run as a physical place of worship, then by all means register. You don't need a group of ministers to do that.
  14. Presumably because the assistant project manager in question is Christian. You have a good selection of sources, but IMHO they don't flow well together. I would suggest you forget about quoting - you're not conducting a lesson. Just ask for what you want, in Gods name.