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    Lightbulb SPOTD: Lon Answers Moonbeam New Age Theology

    After pointing out that not all roads lead to God, Lon properly answers typical the nonsense of moonbeam New Age theology:

    Quote Originally Posted by Lon View Post
    I don't believe either of the former. Rational or logical are based on how little is seen. You are like a kid who sees a puzzle while he is working on the middle. He sees a horse head on one end and a lion hind end on the other and throws out the lion back end and opens other boxes of puzzles until his picture makes sense. It doesn't matter they can never fit together as long as it makes the picture he wants. This is exactly your theology.
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