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This week at SBNR.org’s Facebook Page (June 11-17, 2012)

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This week at SBNR.org’s Facebook page we are discussing how our spiritual lives are connected to the journey with other living creatures. Many of us have pets, usually cats and/or dogs, and they are certainly part of our daily practice. Perhaps it was the noted theologian and humanitarian, Dr. Albert Schweitzer who said it best […]

This week at SBNR.org’s Facebook page we are discussing how our spiritual lives are connected to the journey with other living creatures. Many of us have pets, usually cats and/or dogs, and they are certainly part of our daily practice. Perhaps it was the noted theologian and humanitarian, Dr. Albert Schweitzer who said it best when he wrote, “There are two means of refuge from the misery of life – music and cats.” But it is not only our connections with the domestic animals in our lives that is important. According to Dr. Jane Goodall, noted primatologist and anthropologist, “If we kill off the wild, then we are killing a part of our souls.” Our moral systems and ethical vision must include all living things on this planet. Join us this week as we explore these topics and more… www.facebook.com/SBNR.org .

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One Response to “This week at SBNR.org’s Facebook Page (June 11-17, 2012)”

  1. D.P. Tessier
    October 8, 2014 at 5:20 am #

    I found your website very interesting and applaud the concept of “individual right to individual beliefs AND respect”, have to wonder however how a “wisdom in every religion” perspective doesn’t end up disrespecting Yeshua Messiah (Jesus Christ). If Yeshua was sent by God to die for men’s sins, and His sacrifice is the only way that man can be reconciled to God… as the overwhelming majority of accounts of his life testify to… then “wisdom” may be found wherever it exists, but reconciliation is only found in Christ (and, logically – in Christianity). While all should be allowed the freedom that God gives, to their personal beliefs, it should be recognized that if Yeshua (Jesus) was/is Messiah (the one anointed as Savior), then rejection of him (and the gift of salvation he offers)is unfounded, disrespectful, unwise. Granted every person is free to accept whatever they decide is truth, but that decision must be undertaken with the understanding that IF Yeshua (Jesus) was who he said he was rejection of him constitutes rejection of truth AND salvation. Anyone who finds a “truth” that includes this disrespect/rejection had better hope that he was/is NOT the Son of God/Savior of the world! The record clearly depicts a freely chosen destruction for those that do! Your thoughts on that?

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