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---Michelle on 1/13/08

Everyone on ChristiaNet is here by invitation and not by any "right." It is like dining in a fine restaurant, open to all. You may like the food and complement the chef and the servers and even want to work there. Then you may not like anything. You can complain but you can't abuse the servers and staff. You can throw your food but expect to be reprimanded for such childish behavior. You may like it so well that you "marry" into the family.
---Elder on 4/20/06

It has been my experience that as I debate and come closer to the truth, in any format, someone slams the door shut to protect their beliefs. Slow to learn wisdom, as a teen i debated some rather dogmatic types, thinking I had won, I found myself the next day with a rather severe butt whoopin.' I have not openly debated in years.
---MikeM on 4/20/06

George ... where do you live? There have occasionally been other Georges, so maybe you can give some other identifier as well to make sure you are not confused with any other George?
---alan8869_of_UK on 4/8/06

I believe the Catholic church has now ordained a married man. I also believe that widowers can enter the priesthood. Correct me if I am wrong, George.

BTW, welcome to the family. We love the Lord and we love to exhort one another. (which can sometimes be uncomfortable when it happens to me.)

I am a former Catholic, now evangelical.

You could have done like George Foreman and named all your sons George as well. Poor kids, dinner time must have been confusing.
---Madison on 4/6/06

Episcopal perhaps? C of E?
You found a way to 'fit in', it just concerns me if it fit!
My 2 brothers had 6 sisters to contend with, neither wore bras, as far as I know! :)
---NVBarbara on 4/6/06

George, it confuses me when you say you are going to be ordained into the priesthood, then talk about your son, George. Obviously not a Catholic priest, correct?
---Ann5758 on 4/6/06

With all those Georges in the family, I wonder if you also got stung like a bee from Muhammad Ali?
---John_T on 4/6/06

I am George Jr. My son is George III and his son will be George IV. Before my dad passed away it was very confusing at family gatherings. Now it's easier since mom and my 9 sisters have always called me Georgie and when my son was born I told them they were forbidden to call him anything but George.

Yup, 9 sisters and one other brother. I had to wear a bra just to fit in. LOL :-)
---George on 4/6/06

It is a good idea to use something to set yourself apart from others with the same name. I have always used 'NV Barbara', the NV for Nevada where I live.
---NVBarbara on 4/6/06

George I am anti-denomination but I'm very pro George. For example I am very anti-Jehovah witness I'm very pro- witnessing and their zeal for witnessing I find very very Acceptable. So welcome aboard!!!
---mima on 4/6/06

George, you caused me more problems: We have so many Georges in my family: father, 3 nephews, two uncles, one brother in law and now I have to refer to you as George of CN!!!
---A_Catholic on 4/6/06

It will be quite a while before I'm ordained. I have a lot of school to complete first. I don't feel the need to rush things by cutting corners on the education part of discernment.
---George on 4/6/06

Welcome to you as well Chris! We can be a loopy bunch, but we do care for one another and share in your joys and sorrows. God bless you, bro/sis?
When is your ordination George?
---NVBarbara on 4/6/06

I favor the truth, where there is an absolute right and an absolute wrong. And I hate every false way, and the lie that says "all religions and all denominations are right".
---A_Christian on 4/6/06

Hello George,
Welcome, you're in good hands:)
I don't write much, but I read almost every day. I've learned a great deal here. There have been times that I've been absolutely compelled to write, sometimes I pray rather than write.
Hold on to your hat ...,
---lynet on 4/6/06

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Wow!!! This is so much fun and educational I don't think I'll ever leave.
---George on 4/5/06

Is there anyone out there that is not absolutely certain that the denomination they belong to is the only one that got it all right? How can any mere mortal ever get it right, you'd have to understand God completely to do that. I'm not arrogant or foolish enough to claim I know God completely or that I or the Catholic church have the market cornered on spirituality. I am humble enough to say that I can learn from all Christians and that I will never get it completely right, but I'll never stop trying.

Moderator - Yes, no denomination has it all right as we humans are imperfect. However, some denominations are closer to biblical truths than others.
---George on 4/5/06

Welcome to the family, George. God bless you as you get to know us various assortment of nuts here. We may not like what is said at times, and the discussion can get heated, but God does work here, and we respect the right of each other to say what they feel. God bless.
---Ann5758 on 4/5/06

Thanks, I'll keep that armour welded on, God's armour that is. I think I'll survive this site since I survived satanic attacks with God's miraculous help. It should be good training for when I am ordained into the preisthood. To all you attackers...BRING IT ON!!!!! LOL

Moderator - One will not get satanic attacks here (those are reserved for the moderators as deletes :), however one may get serious doctrinal questions if they are not following the Bible.
---George on 4/5/06

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Nice to meet you, George :=)
---Nellah on 4/5/06

I am new to these blogs also, is there an account setup or anything or are we supposed to type our name and email each time? Just curious if there are alternate methods to using the site. I have really enjoyed it so far. Thanks for the site!

Moderator - You can join the Penpal section of the website for additional fellowship. Glad you are enjoying the site!
---chris on 4/5/06

Welcome George. If you are a Catholic, better wear your armoured suite because we Catholic are attacked quite harshly here :))

Moderator - Nobody should be attached, however people will debate doctrine. Big difference :)
---A_Catholic on 4/5/06

Welcome George! I hope you are thick skinned! We say what we think, not meaning to cross anyone. We can have open honest debates without hard feelings or arguing (most of the time).
Please join us as hopefully we learn from each other.

For a breather, visit our Humor blog and our What's Up blog!
---NVBarbara on 4/5/06

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George, from what I have observed since joining C.N. we have all shades of protestants (Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Anglicans etc.) plus Roman Catholics and others such as Christadelphians, Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses. If we, as individuals, do not agree with someone else's beliefs or comments we say so (but we are supposed to be fair and back up what we say with scripture), and you are free to do exactly the same. Enjoy your stay or your visit.

Moderator - Thanks for the well stated comments M.P.
---M.P. on 4/5/06

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