I strongly disagree with John Lenon’s quote- too much acid, perhaps?“Paranoia is just a heightened sense of awareness.”
- John Lennon
Ideas deemed crazy only ten years are now valid talking points, while previously held “facts” like the Food Pyramid Diet devolved into crazy. Still, discretion must be maintained in one’s evaluation of the current surroundings. Sometimes an idea which was improbable is still improbable.
Establishing a dialogue with rational individuals is an essential way to bounce off observations. A discussion with peers may simply help solidly an idea, or these outside points of view could shed light on the holes in your conclusions.
In short, a forum - with Christ as the primary aim and rules that encourage meaningful responses rather than spam or vulgarity - is crucial for either cultivating or altogether correcting the thoughts of modern day men. In a mad world, certainty is necessary for sanity.
God’s speed to all of you, and I look forward to engaging in future discussions.
Consult with the rules:The recent "usury" thread in the Money Matters forum made me think of a question. One of the most contentious issues in the modern Christian community is interpretation of scripture and doctrine. In fact, the various Christian sects and organized church federations often fight like dogs and cats with each other over their articles of faith. In my experience, this is usually the most bitter and contentious disagreement among Christians. My attitude is that I think it's fine that various Christian organizations believe differently. It doesn't bother me. I'm even fine with the more controversial interpretations such as Christian Scientists, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Seventh Day Adventists. What matters is that all the people in those religions are following their faith as best as they're able, receiving strength from it, and improving their communities as well as themselves because of it.
What is the forum's policy on this issue? Is it ok for us to discuss and debate the principles of Christianity, especially as they differ from one church/sect to the next?
The rest is the Men's Forum. The restrictions on women posting there still applies as in the Old days when this forum was Men only.I believe I meet all the requirements of becoming an official member here, but it's still saying I have restrictions and can't post anywhere besides here, Ladies General, and Roosh Articles. Are women not allowed to post anywhere else? Or am I just experiencing a glitch?
Details: https://www.rooshvforum.com/threads/creation-of-the-ladies-forum-subforum.38724/I believe I meet all the requirements of becoming an official member here, but it's still saying I have restrictions and can't post anywhere besides here, Ladies General, and Roosh Articles. Are women not allowed to post anywhere else? Or am I just experiencing a glitch?
I agree, but now I can't help but wonder how many women are pretending to be men just so they can have fun with the guys.
If only every meeting between men could be that sparkly and muscular! That's how women typically view male encounters through our rose tinted glasses.Dunno. Maybe they just want to join the flexing:
The little dark saga for example:
I went out to a different town last night to go out. After the club I got into a massive fight against 30+ local white knights. Why? Because one cheeky bitch started shoving me in the club. Obviously I'm gonna shove back. This inspired hatred from WKs on the dancefloor who were trying to group...www.rooshvforum.com
That was very fun. And funny. One of the things that made this forum great outside of the memes that is.