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I know that it has been a while since I have activly participated in the forums, but whenever i apply to seek permission to join one I keep getting denied becaise I "don't meet the minumum requirements. What are the minimum requirements?

BOB Wilson

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IFB Biblical Issues and IFB Lounge. Here is a screen shot of what I get.


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