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There is a group known as the CLFC Christian Lego Fan Club which I believe is trying to replace the CFOL What do you guys think?
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| April 27, 2009, 3:13 pm
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um Hello?
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| May 4, 2009, 3:45 pm
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Quoting Jesse O
There is a group known as the CLFC Christian Lego Fan Club which I believe is trying to replace the CFOL What do you guys think?

im not replacing it.... BTW that is MY group.... i made it for different reasons... i just think the cfol had alot of arguments... we r the sencondary group... we dont allow arguments
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| May 6, 2009, 8:41 am
You don't allow arguments? But people will disagree, it's a fact of life. And arguments are one way the problems can be worked out. Not the best way mind you, but surely the arguments wouldn't get out of hand in a 'christian' group?
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| May 6, 2009, 11:24 am
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Quoting Ryan T. M.
im not replacing it.... BTW that is MY group.... i made it for different reasons... i just think the cfol had alot of arguments... we r the sencondary group... we dont allow arguments

It wont work sure you will delete argumentive comments but once it gets bigger you won't be able to stop it. And all christian groups are a mistake (no offense) because they will show how hipicritic some christians are and then all the non-christians will not want to be christians not something christians want. am I right? so I vote that the CFOL and CLFC should be deleted. but thats up to the admins of the group.
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| May 6, 2009, 1:17 pm
Quoting Justin Bryant
You don't allow arguments? But people will disagree, it's a fact of life. And arguments are one way the problems can be worked out. Not the best way mind you, but surely the arguments wouldn't get out of hand in a 'christian' group?
Every arguement in Christian groups [no matter how small] turns into a flame war. From my experience, Christians are the absolute worst at settling differences. Also, such arguements don't solve the problem for the opposing parties, but instead, the two sides end with both sure that they've won, with resentful feelings all around. Arguements are the worst possible way to "solve" arguements, especially with kids of your intellect and maturity.
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| May 6, 2009, 2:04 pm
Quoting Will Thomas
Every arguement in Christian groups [no matter how small] turns into a flame war. From my experience, Christians are the absolute worst at settling differences. Also, such arguements don't solve the problem for the opposing parties, but instead, the two sides end with both sure that they've won, with resentful feelings all around. Arguements are the worst possible way to "solve" arguements, especially with kids of your intellect and maturity.


I have to agree, Christians can be somewhat... stubborn, when it comes to settling differences among themselves. One reason why there's such a huge variety of 'christian' churches out there.

Still, it's my opinion that the complete outlawing of disagreements in a group is a bad thing. Stricter rules about it in 'Christian' groups perhaps, but not outlawed all together. But again, this is just MY opinion.

"kids of your intellect and maturity." I would hope you are referring to other folks, and not including myself in this comment?

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| May 6, 2009, 2:42 pm
I don't get involved in arguements.
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| May 6, 2009, 2:56 pm
Quoting Justin Bryant

I have to agree, Christians can be somewhat... stubborn, when it comes to settling differences among themselves. Still, it's my opinion that the complete outlawing of disagreements in a group is a bad thing. Stricter rules about it in 'Christian' groups perhaps, but not outlawed all together. But again, this is just MY opinion.
It's not the fact that they're stubborn [the bible is sometimes general, and open for a small window of interpertation], it's that they think they can convince everyone to come to Jesus and accept the exact same viewpoints as themselves. When two people think they can do this to the other, that's when the flame war begins. And Ryan did not in any way outlaw disagreement [if you interpret it that way, there's no reason for you to keep reading this], but instead outlawed argueing over those disagreements, and he has a right as well as a reason to do so. Is it that hard to understand?

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| May 6, 2009, 2:59 pm
Quoting 2317 -High Marshal Blaze
I don't get involved in arguements.


Smart guy ;)

Anyways, at Will;
I understand what he, Ryan, says, but I disagree with the rule. I'm not trying to force this belief onto him, but I am letting him know my opinion on the matter, and the reasons supporting my conclusion.

We shall have to agree, to disagree ;)
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| May 6, 2009, 9:07 pm
Quoting Justin Bryant
You don't allow arguments? But people will disagree, it's a fact of life. And arguments are one way the problems can be worked out. Not the best way mind you, but surely the arguments wouldn't get out of hand in a 'christian' group?

there would be little or no arguments if only Christians joined. we have athiests and people who have created their own religon joining it. some dissagree with or question us, others disrespect us. also, people have differing views on what the term Christians mean. most denominations say Mormonism is a different religon, Mormons say they are Christians.
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| May 6, 2009, 10:21 pm
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Quoting Justin Bryant

I have to agree, Christians can be somewhat... stubborn, when it comes to settling differences among themselves. One reason why there's such a huge variety of 'christian' churches out there.

Still, it's my opinion that the complete outlawing of disagreements in a group is a bad thing. Stricter rules about it in 'Christian' groups perhaps, but not outlawed all together. But again, this is just MY opinion.

"kids of your intellect and maturity." I would hope you are referring to other folks, and not including myself in this comment?


ya arguments r good... but not on mocpages.com... we r a lego fan club not counciling

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| May 7, 2009, 9:42 am
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Quoting Jesse O
It wont work sure you will delete argumentive comments but once it gets bigger you won't be able to stop it. And all christian groups are a mistake (no offense) because they will show how hipicritic some christians are and then all the non-christians will not want to be christians not something christians want. am I right? so I vote that the CFOL and CLFC should be deleted. but thats up to the admins of the group.


dude the clfc is doing good and we dont plan to get to big... wer doing fine

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| May 7, 2009, 9:42 am
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Quoting Will Thomas
Quoting Justin Bryant
You don't allow arguments? But people will disagree, it's a fact of life. And arguments are one way the problems can be worked out. Not the best way mind you, but surely the arguments wouldn't get out of hand in a 'christian' group?
Every arguement in Christian groups [no matter how small] turns into a flame war. From my experience, Christians are the absolute worst at settling differences. Also, such arguements don't solve the problem for the opposing parties, but instead, the two sides end with both sure that they've won, with resentful feelings all around. Arguements are the worst possible way to "solve" arguements, especially with kids of your intellect and maturity.



ya i agree... we r a bunch of kids lool arguments r unessasary cuz they all end the same way... WAR! lol
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| May 7, 2009, 9:43 am
Quoting Josh LaFollette
there would be little or no arguments if only Christians joined. we have athiests and people who have created their own religon joining it.
Nice try, but I've witnessed too many flame wars between Christians in that group to call it an "invasion of non-Christians".

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| May 7, 2009, 9:46 am
Quoting Ryan T. M. ya i agree... we r a bunch of kids lool arguments r unessasary cuz they all end the same way... WAR! lol
There is no such thing as a "mature" arguement between Christians on MOCpages. That is why argueing shouldn't be allowed.

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| May 7, 2009, 9:47 am
it all really depends on who is arguing, some people are more mature than others.(not pointing ANY fingers)
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| May 7, 2009, 10:06 am
Quoting Will Thomas
There is no such thing as a "mature" arguement between Christians on MOCpages. That is why argueing shouldn't be allowed.


I beg to differ. I believe that you can be mature and argue against a point raised by another. What do you call it that we are doing? Or do we not count because we aren't christians? Is it only christians who can't argue a point without it getting out of hand?
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| May 7, 2009, 12:11 pm
Quoting Justin Bryant

Is it only christians who can't argue a point without it getting out of hand?
No, but it occurs mostly between Christians.

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| May 7, 2009, 12:17 pm
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Quoting Will Thomas
Quoting Ryan T. M. ya i agree... we r a bunch of kids lool arguments r unessasary cuz they all end the same way... WAR! lol
There is no such thing as a "mature" arguement between Christians on MOCpages. That is why argueing shouldn't be allowed.


totaly agree

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| May 7, 2009, 12:41 pm
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my group is doing fine... cfol on the other hand has too many members... i dont plan on it getting to big... everything is going well in it 2
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| May 7, 2009, 12:42 pm
Personally I think this argument makes no sense any more. It is turning into a flame war of its own.
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| May 7, 2009, 2:58 pm
Quoting Stormtrooper Jack O'Donnell
It is turning into a flame war of its own.
You obviously don't know the definition of the term flame war.

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| May 7, 2009, 4:03 pm
Quoting Ryan T. M.
my group is doing fine... cfol on the other hand has too many members... i dont plan on it getting to big... everything is going well in it 2

Yeah. Plus, your group is by being accepted in.

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| May 7, 2009, 5:30 pm
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Quoting Will Thomas
Quoting Stormtrooper Jack O'Donnell
It is turning into a flame war of its own.
You obviously don't know the definition of the term flame war.

lol... if u wanna see war go to cfol... btw dont get angry at the clfc... dont tell everyone about us either... we r an independent small group... so thats y we wont get to big.. we r independent and small and we have good rules and good members!
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| May 8, 2009, 8:19 am
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Quoting 2317 -High Marshal Blaze
Yeah. Plus, your group is by being accepted in.

exacty... the cfol has way to many people... so we r fine... but if things get bad il delete the group
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| May 8, 2009, 8:20 am
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Quoting Stormtrooper Jack O'Donnell
Personally I think this argument makes no sense any more. It is turning into a flame war of its own.

thats okey this group is for that stuff
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| May 14, 2009, 4:29 pm
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Quoting Stormtrooper Jack O'Donnell
Personally I think this argument makes no sense any more. It is turning into a flame war of its own.

thats okey this group is for that stuff
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| May 14, 2009, 4:29 pm
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