From: Sam Norton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Sep 04 2005 - 17:09:23 BST
several more votes came in, which means that we have a winner.
#0 - Rick, Erin, Sam
#3 - D Doss, Marty
#4 - Gert-Jan
#6 - Dario
Those who voted for #3, 4 and 6 are invited to respond on MD to my post 'a
Christian interpretation of the MoQ' which might provide an opportunity to
explore those questions, if you're interested.
In the meantime, let's get on with digesting Rick's option:
1. In terms of Quality (the vocabulary of the MOQ), discuss what it means to
be a cult.
2. In terms of Quality (the vocabulary of the MOQ), discuss what it means to
be a free-thinker.
3. In terms of what you answered to parts 1 and 2, discuss why it is (or why
it is not) possible to be devoted to a person, activity, or idea (like an
organized religion, or a specific philosophy/metaphysics) and still consider
oneself a "free thinker".
"As I stood before the gates I realized that I never want to be as certain
about anything as were the people who built this place." Rabbi Sheila
Peltz, after visiting Auschwitz
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