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Author Topic: How Reformed is too Reformed?  (Read 5055 times)
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« Reply #8: March 21, 2009, 03:11:25 am »

I totally get what you're saying.  I find myself wanting community, but I don't feel like I'd fit into HoN or any of the major temples.  There are other sites, but most of what I've seen doesn't appear to be very active, or very well organized. 

One of the things that I've personally found useful is finding religious community with non-Kemetics.  In many ways I think it's easier to build an eclectic community than a Kemetic one; at least the ground assumptions are that we have to work through and find workable compromises with each other's different positions. :/

I'd write more but it's late and I have to be up in five hours. Tongue

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