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Editor: I’ve been looking at Whosoever and I’m very impressed. It’s so refreshing to see a Christian Web site that promotes love as God’s goal in the world, not heterosexuality. I’m actually a straight woman, married with a daughter, but I’ve always felt very isolated

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Editor: In looking online for information about living in the present moment, I came across your article, Only the Present Moment is Real. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! I am going to quote you this Sunday in my sermon. I love your honesty and transparency. Love the

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Editor: I am a big fan of Philip Yancey, and followed a few links to your website. I am struggling, as a result of my conservative faith, to get my head around all that I am reading. I must also confess to having harbored my

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Editor: I’m sorry that, as it would appear on TV, that every Christian is anti-gay as your article on Sam Kader’s book made it appear. (I am also sensitive as I just saw the movie, “Chuck and Larry”.) Those “Christians” are not true believers as

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Editor: I don’t know if it is right or wrong to be gay but I do believe you are saving souls and making people and God happy. I found your insights most helpful and believe translation problems are costing souls. Thank you for your time

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Editor: I feel compelled to write and express my thanks to Candace Chellew for writing the article, Yes it Is, No it Isn’t. Her words spoke right to my soul and I shall be praying on the issues raised. Jesus’ message is written in my

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Editor I enjoyed Lori Heine’s article “Ready Aim Fire” about the accessability of heaven for all. It reminded me of a very good point Dr. Bob Lowery made during a sermon. “Would God forgive Osama Bin Ladin? You’d better hope so.” The implication in the

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Editor I really enjoyed the article “Season of Hope” by John H. Campbell. It is obvious that Mr. Campbell has a kind and gentle heart, which I think is exactly what God asks of us. Unfortunately, I know many people who are right-wing conservatives and,

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Editor: I’ve just come across Whosoever and I think it’s wonderful. Thank you for it. It’s a wonderful resource. I was googling “Angry at God” for a sermon I was writing, and that’s when I found Whosoever. I’m a straight man in my late 50’s

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Editor: Thank you for being here. I recently found your website and I’m going to return to it as soon as I have some time. I’m a member of a great PFLAG group and I’m going to continue to support Gay loved ones but I’ve