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    A meeting place where all who worship the One God will feel welcomed and loved.
    Many draw a circle to shut us out;
    We are called Heretics, rebels, outcasts, and more.
    The Unitarian Community though has the wit to know;
    We'll draw a circle to take them in.
    It does not matter whether you affirm or deny, the One is still the One.
    We have Faith that the ONE is for All of Us

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Group Bulletin Board All Souls Miami will have a Christmas Service Dec 14. If you are in the area you are invited to attend.

    December 13, 2014
    3:03 AM
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    My name is Bill and I am a new member of this group. I would like to share a couple of references which I think show that times are changing. Christians are waking up to realize that their too long held tradition of exclusivism is faulty. First I would like to share a quote from a Church of Christ minister and elder in New Mexico that opens a door to the teaching that God will save all. I am also sharing the link to the entire article. Other shared links also include aritcles that also support the notion that all men will be saved in accordance whith what ever theology they practice. men, "God in His infinite mercy has chosen to offer His Son to ALL men everywhere as the remedy for sin. It is a free gift to all who would receive it. But, God does not impose this remedy against a person's knowledge or free will. The remedy is there, and it is effective, and it is given as a covering for sin to all who genuinely seek Him according to whatever level of light has been given to them. Yes, that means that the covering of Christ's shed blood, which takes away sin (and continues to take away sin), will be bestowed as a gift to some who seek Him, according to the level of light available to them, even though they may never have heard the name Jesus, and may live and die never knowing what He accomplished on their behalf. Such men show forth their faith in God by their embracing of the light available to them, and in so doing receive the gift (even though they may never have heard of the gift). "Without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him" (Heb. 11:6). Paul, in Rom. 1:19-20, makes it clear that God has made Himself known to ALL men, although that revelatory light may be less for some than others. Nevertheless, all men have some light, and thus they are amenable to that light (to either receive it or to reject it). For those who seek to walk in/by the light available to them, God, who judges their hearts (Rom. 2:14-16), will reward them. That reward is that their sin has been covered by the blood of Christ, and they are thus counted as holy and pure and welcomed into His presence, both now and in the new heavens and earth. This in no way suggests that salvation is "works-based." It merely states that those who seek Him will find Him, those who chose not to seek Him, or who chose to reject His revelatory light, will not receive the free gift of the covering of our Lord's blood. I have dealt with this doctrine of available light in far more detail in my following study: Reflections #158 ( ) -- Grace and the Caveman: Pondering the Parameters of Divine Acceptance of Human Response to available light

    December 10, 2014
    1:41 PM
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    I am working on a project for my journalism class at school about Chalica. The idea is to describe what it is, and how it's celebrated. How many of you plan to celebrate this year, and how will you do so?

    November 13, 2013
    10:45 PM
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    I'm looking for someone that would be interested in helping me learn more about this religion. Anyone who is interested in contacting me, my email is no spam please. I'm genuinely interested in this religion. Please help. Thanx! Amber

    July 15, 2012
    11:40 PM
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