GSTexas wrote: John Y writes: They have a top button on a dress shirt for fool men who think erroneously that they have to wear a tie with the top button buttoned. I can see wearing a tie with the top button buttoned if the tie is one of those ready tied ties but with a tie that one has to tie themselves then it is not necessary to wear a tie with the top button buttoned. Who cares! Quit with incessant, trollish rant about ties and whether or not to button the top botton.
Well it is not trollish discussion about ties and dress shirts because it is part of the subject matter of this this news article.
Neil wrote: That we don't know, by Biblical stds, if anyone today is a Jew. All we have is their word for it. Jesus is the only Jew whose pedigree back to Judah can be confirmed. Other NT Jews are so by Scriptural attestation. For those who think there'll be a Third Temple, this problem must be solved. Nehemiah made it clear that Levitical descent must be provable; otherwise, no can do. And Kohen genes aren't mentioned & thus don't count.
Ok,people can continue to hate and kill people because they think they might be Jews and Gods chosen people,i mean if we realy can't tell and all.....let's see how that works for them.
In my weaker moments I get tired of hearing the Jew haters whine and complain and I wish they would just make their move,but deep down in the souls they know that the Jews are Gods people,that is why the bible says that all the nations will come together to attempt to wipe out the Jews in the land God gave them,Israel is about the size of New Jersey,those nations would not have to come together if they did not know in their wicked hearts what they are up against,their evil drives them to a confrontation that will result in their complete and total destruction.
Helen wrote: (Ac. 12:4). This is the only place in which â€śeasterâ€ť appears in the Authorized Version. Some say that this should be translated â€śpassoverâ€ť and they point to this as an error in the KJV, but they are wrong. The Easter of Ac. 12:4 occurred after the Passover. We know this because Ac. 12:3 says it was â€śthe days of unleavened bread.â€ť The feast of unleavened bread followed the Passover (Nu. 28:16-25), but this Easter was after the feast of unleavened bread. It refers to a pagan holiday, probably the celebration of Tammuz, the sun god (Jack Moorman, Easter or Passover?).
Luke 22:1 in the King James Version,"Now the feast of unleavened bread drew nigh, which is called the Passover." Luke wrote Acts also, he made no distinction between Passover and the days of unleavened bread.
Mark 14:1 in the King James Version, "After two days was the feast of the passover, and of unleavened bread...", says the same.
Herod, nor the Jews, would care about a pagan holiday, and the King James Version specifically states that Herod was trying to please the Jews not the pagans.
The subject of Pot is riddled with cultural bias and hypocrisy,a picture of Jesus smoking Pot is no more blasphemous than a picture of him drinking Wine which he in fact did,no more blasphemous in regard to health and treatment of the body than a picture of him with a Big Mac,a greasy bucket of KFC or a super sized order of Fries....an extra large bag of Doritos and a 7-11 Big Gulp...or a picture of Jesus so obese he can hardly walk and taking a Witch's brew of prescription Drugs because of it.
Nobody wants to get in the way when the church services are over in this area and the congregation waddles into one of the local feed troughs to tie on the old holy ghost feed bag and eat until they can hardly breath.
Unprofitable Servant wrote: The false assumption of the point being made is there is a limited amount of money, just for say illustrative purposes it is a billion dollars. Mr. Krugman is contending that if give a 9% raise to CEO's so that they make 13.9 million, then every else "down the food chain" so to speak, no longer has access to that money, so you are taking from the less fortunate and giving more to the fortunate. Therefore pay going to one person takes away from pay that could go to another person. That would be the same thinking that says if you give a job to a foreigner you take it away from an American because there are just a fixed amount of jobs in the world. We would have gone broke long ago if that was true. So, again, as usual Mr. Moyer is wrong.
One thing you can say about liberals is, they don't cotton to facts. I've said before they are bad at history and math. I forgot about economics.
Jim Lincoln wrote: UPS, under the video, click transcript then print transcript, What the 1% Donâ€™t Want You to Know there's a transcript button right beneath the video screen. excerpts there from,
Mike of N.Y., the Forbes article wasn't entirely complimentary of Buffett, nothing going to happen with Keystone until after Nov.!
The false assumption of the point being made is there is a limited amount of money, just for say illustrative purposes it is a billion dollars. Mr. Krugman is contending that if give a 9% raise to CEO's so that they make 13.9 million, then every else "down the food chain" so to speak, no longer has access to that money, so you are taking from the less fortunate and giving more to the fortunate. Therefore pay going to one person takes away from pay that could go to another person. That would be the same thinking that says if you give a job to a foreigner you take it away from an American because there are just a fixed amount of jobs in the world. We would have gone broke long ago if that was true. So, again, as usual Mr. Moyer is wrong.
MG wrote: I've gone back to the KJV. Mainly because of the Westcott & Hort issue. From my study, they were evil, fraudulent and into the occult. Correct?? Do all modern translations come from their work?
I believe they do. Many good books are available on this subject. You might find it helpful to read "For the Love of the Bible" by David Cloud. It is available as an e book from Way of Life Literature.
Also, well worth listening to: "Is Every Bible Translation God's Word?" - Ian Brown http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=52006193951
*continue*..probably for those who were not as family with the Bible to understand it. Mrs. Johnson was not really sure that this type Bible Study was even needed in America because everyone had the opportunity to find Bibles and study it unlike those she taught in other countries as a missionary. Finally she agreed to start it and her notes were the ones you took home and read. She gave them the questions because she'" was not going to spoon feed anyone". And it was hard to dig it out and I prayed a lot for God's help to understand, partically hard ones. You will not find this type Bible Study in your local church. I been to several of these..no comparsion. I would get so close to every group I attended each year with and usually different women in each group with a different leader each time. We are still friends and will hug each other if we happen to run into them in the mall or at BSF the next year. They had a children's program for those ladies who still had small children at home. I took my grandchildren.I do pray they change their minds about the newer version of NIV. I have taken all they offered so I no longer attend and the woman that started it all died of cancer years ago so others have taken over so don't know how it all will turn out. Sad because a lot of ladies ha