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  • Hello metis, thanks for your inquiry on Spinoza.....like I said, Ive browsed over some of his work, but not too deeply, his pantheism being of prime interest. Im more of a 'meta-theist', so some of my philosophical musing can seem purely 'pantheistic' :) - but its all a matter of nuance and context.
    metis
    metis
    Hello back at ya. Most of us in our position usually don't differentiate between pantheistic and panentheistic as it's well beyond our ability to comprehend which is more likely to be correct. Take care.
    freelight
    freelight
    yes, its nuanced metaphysics,......from a Spirit view, all comes from 'God' and returns to 'God' because 'God' is all there is anyways :) - we can differentiate, divide, seperate, distinguish between this or that, 'God' and man, etc. - I like to explore the metaphysics behind all :)
    Thank you for the "likes" but more importantly, thank you for being a friend. You are loved always!
    metis
    metis
    Well, they pay me well here at RF for posting likes for you. :cool:

    Nah, I consider you a good friend and only hope the best for you & yours. Love you dearly even though your politics sucks!!! :p
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    Hello, my friend! Thanks for the frubal - hope you are doing well! Ken
    metis
    metis
    Ditto, and I'm on a mini-vacation in Battle Creek and am going to Western Michigan University tomorrow in Kalamazoo, and especially St. Thomas More Student Parish that was so very instrumental in bringing me back to Christianity.
    metis
    metis
    I'm sure I'll have plenty of tears as I did last night because this will likely be the last time I'll be able to go there because of age. I'm going with a close friend who lost his wife two years ago and who teaches Catholic theology at the college level, so this is going to be hard for both of us, and yet we both need to do it.
    metis
    metis
    I'll post to you tomorrow, and may God continue to bless you & your marriage.

    Shalom
    For the thread - What is Capitalism?
    I googled "How can paying people for digging a hole and filling it up again help the economy?"
    But some people haven't even learned to do a proper search on Google as a start.
    Thanks for the "friendly". It always makes me joyful when we interact. PLEASE, look me up when I get to Heaven--but hopefully God will bless me to see you before then in the here a now.
    metis
    metis
    Bring asbestos underwear, OK. :) Love ya, bro!
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    Thanks for the Informative and funny and friendly on Have you checked under your bed for classified documents?
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    Hi. I went to a progressive Catholic church last Sunday and really liked it. Any advice, books, info you can impart to me on my journey? Thanks!
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