UncleMonty wrote:As I've seen it, Ralph's been presenting his philosophy, ideals, and worldview for quite some time now. Most of us here tend to agree with a lot of that, and those that don't mostly came to this forum simply to malign him. I'd call that evidence of an effective message.
Earl McClaw wrote:I hope you realize I'm describing method, not content, when I say this seems similar to when Hefner began composing "the Playboy Philosophy" in his magazine. He presented his views on the world.
Now you're presenting yours. This could become quite the event. I'm going to be very interested in what you present.
UncleMonty wrote:Most of us here tend to agree with a lot of that, and those that don't mostly came to this forum simply to malign him.
Deckard Canine wrote:Kerry Skydancer wrote:You're the exception to the rule, though
Perhaps an exception. On many of RHJ's points, I either disagree or am undecided (the latter happening more often lately).
Deckard Canine wrote:Mayi, I think that's the problem. He's not preaching, and what he's saying is something they don't want to hear. So they get shrill about it, as though they're trying to drown out what he's saying because they can't refute it.
The JAM wrote:Hey, then welcome to the forums! Enjoy your stay, and keep your asbestos suit handy
mayihelpyou wrote:[...] instead of presenting that through the comic he already has, he's going to have an addendum designed to specifically point out his inner "journey".. (sorry for the hippie speak.. couldn't think of another word to describe it.. it's quite late and I've already done a ton of yard work today. Tired..).. And a good example to use, btw.
The JAM wrote:And, like it or not, Christians, it's going to get worse, no matter in what country you live in. Better fasten your seatbelts, better keep yourselves pure, and better keep your lamps full of oil, unless you want to be disqualified after everything is said and done. (Ephesians 4)
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