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QuakerOats
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QuakerOats

— ♥ — Living in Love — ♥ —, from Ontario, Canada

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    Region or City:
    Ontario, Canada
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    Private
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    CA-Greens
    I am a [Classical] Pantheist, identifying with the Unitarian Universalist tradition, and the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). I'm fairly liberal in my leanings, both politically and religiously. I believe not only in God, but in reason, which I believe God embodies; I do not believe theism and reason are intrinsically opposed to one another.

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    "And the law of God is written in every heart, and it is there that he manifests himself; And in infinite love, according to our necessities, states, conditions. And as we are all various and different from one another, more or less, so the law by the immediate operation of divine grace in the soul, is suited to every individual according to his condition." Elias Hicks

    "I am more interested in the religion of Jesus, than the religion about Jesus." — Dom Aelred Graham
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