Thank you for the defense, Andrea! I really don't see what one psychology professor can do to influence anyone. Actions do speak louder than words. As this Oricon group has shown - - and there wasn't a black amongst them. However, people such as the Black Panthers years back pulled similar stunts.
PS. 12:6 The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. 12:7 Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever. 12:8 The wicked walk on every side, when the vilest men are exalted.
John Wesley, was a preacher and a theologian; he was also a grammarian, having written grammar books for English, Greek, Latin, French, and Hebrew. Regarding Psalm 12:7, Wesley writes: "Thou shalt keep them -- Thy words or promises: these thou wilt observe and keep, both now, and from this generation for ever." (John Wesley's Notes On the Bible, presented by Sage Digital Library, vols. 3 and 4, 1996 edition). Dr. G. Campbell Morgan joins John Wesley in sounding like "KJV Only advocates" (which they were not) in writing: "The psalmist breaks out into praise of the purity of His words, and declares that Jehovah will 'keep them,' and 'preserve them.' The 'them' here refers to the words. There is no promise made of widespread revival or renewal. It is the salvation of a remnant and the preservation of His own words which Jehovah promises." (Notes on the Psalms, Revell, p.32).
No, I still have all the code and everything that's been built thus far but put it all on hold some time ago for reasons I'd have to tell you via email. Been onymy mind again lately though. Just such an expansive, complicated project to do alone due to the sheer amount of information. I wish there was a way for me to compress it all but my minor OCD for detail won't allow me to cut any corners, so just one topic can easily be pages long with dozens of references, footnotes, and links, etc. Argh. Really interesting though and I wish Roman Catholics would do their own due diligence to see how diabolical and false the system really is when compared to God's own Word. Really something.
So what formal training and certificates/diplomas, degrees or masters do you have bro greff. Sorry geff Gday and god bless, mate start checking out some of pennned's facts. Although I don't agree on all like 9/11 being a set up, pennned has a wealth of knowledge. JJ, you might be interested in looking into some of these "fables". Lord bless.
Mike wrote: I would definitely take my child home. The hospital's concern is safe delivery, and payment for services, not the irrelevant names and birthdates of other children.
There are a few benefits to being a seasoned citizen, eh bro.?
I was astounded to read the young mother's story; that such questions were even asked and also that she willingly complied. The ever increasing bureaucratic intrusion into the lives of citizens will continue as long as the people believe they have no choice and willingly comply.
As you wrote.... "just say no." Demand their legal authority to ask such questions. Demand an explanation of what will happen if I refuse to comply. Produce the legislation passed into law by my congressman and senator which permits you to require this information.
More than likely this will put an end to the intrusion. But sadly, each successive generation has been conditioned to accept more and more bureaucratic intrusion as the way it is. No, its not the way it is unless we allow it. Our representatives have phones and it is our right to call them, complain and demand they take action to end such abuses of power...... even if it has become law through the proper processes. Laws can be rescinded.
Love to have a place to plug in Scriptural thinking into this warfare. Thank you!!!! Also, you are my news source. Would you please tell WND that there setup is so spam and advertising thick that it's almost pointless to try to read their articles (I use a Samsung smart phone). Thanks again.
Christine Kearney further wrote: "The kind of days when the Church saw itself as extra-territorial â€” somehow beyond the law and that this was something we could deal with in-house â€” those days are long gone and the Church and bishops and Church authorities simply have no excuse whatsoever not to report these matters,"---Mr. Collins.
Penned/Pennelope/whatever else you feel like calling yourself on a given day, While the person Rothschild did exist, there is no zionist conspiracy to take over the world, or run the banks or any of that crazy garbage. That is what I was adressing. And nobody is saying any knowledge is forbiden, all I have heard said and have said myself is that certain facts can then be twisted into urban legends, myths, and conspiracy theories! All a conspiracy theory needs, is a grain of fact, and a boat load of heresay. For example, 911 truthers such as yourself do get one thing correct: there was an attack on 911; the rest about Bush or our government supposedly planning it and being behind it is myth with no evidence or factual backing.
penned wrote: they can threaten not to release the baby from the hospital... at which point you get into custody issues if you take your child home. when we get to this level, the parents have little recourse, unless they want to take that risk and have a lawyer on hand..... their state needs to pass laws to protect their citizens from this process.
I would definitely take my child home. The hospital's concern is safe delivery, and payment for services, not the irrelevant names and birthdates of other children.
An example of in your face, uh, reluctance happened on my father-in-law's farm. He ran a fresh fruit and vegetable roadside stand for years. One day some young state worker with a clip board showed up asking questions. My father-in-law told him to leave, that he was not answering his questions. He left, and nothing more came of it. Sometimes we let ourselves be intimidated by unelected bureaucracy. Those who lust for power (among others who care not for your children's welfare or your safety) take advantage of it. There is still time to "just say no" to those who try to do so. If we don't do it in small things, we surely won't in big ones.
Mike wrote: You say you had to fill out a paper at the hospital.
they can threaten not to release the baby from the hospital... at which point you get into custody issues if you take your child home.
when we get to this level, the parents have little recourse, unless they want to take that risk and have a lawyer on hand..... their state needs to pass laws to protect their citizens from this process.
R.L. Dabney wrote: Intelligent students of church history know that one main agency for converting primitive Christianity first into prelacy and then into popery was unlimited church endowments.... Christianity as the religion of the State, ecclesiastical persons and bodies began to assume the virtual (and before long the formal) rights of corporations. They could receive bequests and gifts of property, and hold them by a tenure as firm as that of the fee-simple. These spiritual corporations were deathless. Thus the property they acquired was all held by the tenure of mortmain. When a corporation is thus empowered to absorb continually, and never to disgorge, there is no limit to its possible wealth.
...Wealth is power, and ambitious men crave it. Thus this endowed hierarchy came to be filled by the men of the greediest ambition in Europe, instead of by humble, self-denying pastors; and thus it was that this tremendous money power, arming itself first with a spiritual despotism of the popish theology over consciences, and then allying itself with political power,...No wonder human liberty, free thought, and the Bible were together trampled out of Europe.