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John D. Cox replied to John D. Cox's discussion Robert’s Chapter, “Loving Our Enemies: The Core of Jesus’ Vision In the Sayings Gospel Q” And Burton L. Mack’s book, The Lost Gospel of Q and Christian Origins
"Thanks for your comments, Robert.  Reading Mack's book, I thought that his description of early Christianity was way off base.  I didn't recognize his brand of early Christianity.  I didn't (and don't) understand…"
Feb 4
Robert Perry replied to John D. Cox's discussion Robert’s Chapter, “Loving Our Enemies: The Core of Jesus’ Vision In the Sayings Gospel Q” And Burton L. Mack’s book, The Lost Gospel of Q and Christian Origins
"John, I really appreciate what you wrote. I like the quote from Edwin Markham--it fits perfectly. And I too didn't relate to Mack's book on Q. I felt he was doing his utmost to inject too much distance between the early Christian tradition…"
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Norman Van Rooy replied to John D. Cox's discussion Robert’s Chapter, “Loving Our Enemies: The Core of Jesus’ Vision In the Sayings Gospel Q” And Burton L. Mack’s book, The Lost Gospel of Q and Christian Origins
"John, likewise with you.  I have always enjoyed reading your posts and have come to appreciate your inquisitive penetrating mind and your patience to really think and feel through concepts.  I appreciate your honesty and willingess to be…"
Jan 31
John D. Cox replied to John D. Cox's discussion Robert’s Chapter, “Loving Our Enemies: The Core of Jesus’ Vision In the Sayings Gospel Q” And Burton L. Mack’s book, The Lost Gospel of Q and Christian Origins
"Norman, I'm just now getting around to reading your posting.  I love what you've written here.  I've always loved all of your comments.  I now understand why.  You've imprinted and saturated your unconscious…"
Jan 31
Norman Van Rooy replied to John D. Cox's discussion Robert’s Chapter, “Loving Our Enemies: The Core of Jesus’ Vision In the Sayings Gospel Q” And Burton L. Mack’s book, The Lost Gospel of Q and Christian Origins
"Nice piece here John.  It seems that the meaning of the word faith that Jesus used has been somewhat difficult to understand and communicate because of the inherent weakness of languages.  It gave rise to countless arguements about faith…"
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Robert’s Chapter, “Loving Our Enemies: The Core of Jesus’ Vision In the Sayings Gospel Q” And Burton L. Mack’s book, The Lost Gospel of Q and Christian Origins

Over the past half-year or so, my mind's focus and energy have been given to organizing and arranging meditation journal entries of the past 30+ years into meditation books.  Initial, rough-out work is now finished;  the meditation journal entries are now in a manageable arrangement by subject and then chronologically.  It looks like there are four meditation books of approximately 250 pages, each.  The next step is to re-edit and revise all of this material.  A few of the meditations will,…See More
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Best Christian Testimonies from CBN

This video is the most inspiring testimonies of heaven, hell, Jesus, angels and Muslims and miracle healing in CBN. Includes Bruce Van Nata, Jim Anderson, Colton Burpo, Tamara Laroux, Amy Ghazal, Dean Braxton, Don Piper, Kamal Saleem, and Kelley…
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Best Christian Testimonies from CBN

This video is the most inspiring testimonies of heaven, hell, Jesus, angels and Muslims and miracle healing in CBN, those are Bruce Van Nata, Jim Anderson, C...
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Robert’s Chapter, “Loving Our Enemies: The Core of Jesus’ Vision In the Sayings Gospel Q” And Burton L. Mack’s book, The Lost Gospel of Q and Christian Origins 5 Replies

Over the past half-year or so, my mind's focus and energy have been given to organizing and arranging meditation journal entries of the past 30+ years into meditation books.  Initial, rough-out work…Continue

Started by John D. Cox in Prayers. Last reply by John D. Cox Feb 4.

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