Re: William Penn's Sword
On 2008-04-12, <<<~A John 3:16 Whosoever~>>> <kaseybeck61@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I deleted the rest of your post without reading it.
Without in any way implying any hint of criticism as to who you reply
to (I trust your judgement 100% in that area), I would like to make
sure that you are aware that I and those who follow my advice (I hope
this means you, Rod <big smile>) are unlikely to read posts that are
sure to contain quoted material from hose who have shown that they have
no interest in discussing Quakerism or even of being polite and civil.
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