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Freelight-express



Hello fellow explorers and researchers,

Welcome to my blog,

This venue will be for the free open exploration of religious and philosophical subjects, some of which I write just for the blog (like a timely journal), or transfer from my other writings, or special posts within discussion threads on the forum that I want to archive for later reference,...so using the blog here is a creative-expression mostly, for sharing commentary on a variety of subjects. My style is an eclectic, universal and synergestic approach to theology and philosophy, so enjoy that as you can :) - Also, I'm open to comments and some dialogue here, sharing of resource links, etc. but prefer taking on a more extensive dialogue in the respective threads themselves, if these are 'linked' here so one can follow the total discussion for a greater contextual over-view. There are many dimensions to consider and EXPLORE. So put on your thinking caps, open your consciousness, position your spirits to dive in, re-search, expand, co-create and engage
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In the explorative universal approach to wisdom, I use only as a general guide-reference to spark one's research, the traditional Blavatskian school of Theosophy, but this is only a primer to universal truth studies and occult science, for my own approach is not limited to only this school. I only use it as a general philosophical impetus to explore universal themes of both religion and science, synthesizing them into a more cosmic and individual religious pursual and practice.


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  1. Repentance is what is KEY.........

    Quote Originally Posted by freelight View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lazy afternoon View Post
    Ok Freelight ,

    You could have explained yourself on my thread, so-

    What is this UB malarkey from the pit of hell?
    Hello LA,

    I shall get to your thread when I have the time, but be assured that you will be properly and responsibly addressed - this is a very significant subject, deeply symbolic and figurative. My initial 2 part commentary on 'atonement without blood' can be found in my TOL blog here, the last 2 entries at the time
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  2. Blood Atonement Theory, part 2

    by , February 19th, 2017 at 06:16 PM (Freelight-express)
    Quote Originally Posted by freelight View Post
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    Continuing to release Part 2 here, which is mostly (with additional editing) my first response to LA's original question - we continue -


    LA,

    You may have recalled one of my charter threads 'Atonement without blood' (no longer extant) - where I explore and expound upon the FACT that atonement was attained by ways other than a 'blood sacrifice' in the OT (and it was also only effacious for unintentional sins!), and even today among Jews all
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  3. Blood Atonement Theory, part 1

    by , February 19th, 2017 at 05:52 PM (Freelight-express)
    Quote Originally Posted by freelight View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lazy afternoon View Post
    Freelight,

    Do you believe the necessity of the blood sacrifice of Christ to save you from your sins and from Gods wrath.


    LA

    Hi LA,

    One of my hallmark threads here, which is no long extant (an older thread that was purged during the last system upgrade, as they were deleting major volumes of oldest material) was 'Atonement without blood' - for those who were not around years back to read any of its content,...lots of evidence
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    Updated March 3rd, 2017 at 01:42 AM by freelight

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    Theology , Religion , Christianity
  4. Is not Love itself forgiving?

    by , April 20th, 2016 at 09:10 PM (Freelight-express)
    Quote Originally Posted by freelight View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Predi View Post
    I used to love this metaphorical story about a court trial... we are the defendant, God is the judge, the devil - prosecutor - and we have no lawyer - so we're hopeless, we lose, get sentenced, and then Jesus comes and takes the punishment for us so we are let go.
    This is often used as an 'illustration', within some kind of 'vicarious atonement' model, however I don't think it really satisfies being the reason that God could forgive anyone, since its assuming a 'vicarious atonement'
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