What a waste of money! I suppose there are a few lib, howeverral "information" organizations out there, but the majority of them are right-wingnuts. They served one useful purpose, however, they accurately showed that no Republican running for any of the major offices were fit to be in them, so now I will just ignore what is said by them, at least until the end of the elections.
runethegoon wrote: Is football a lawful calling? Considering that the professional kind voilates the fourth commandment as well as the sixth commandment. In that we are called to preserve life and not vainly put our bodies risk of perminant injuries..
Well since the fourth commandment was done away with when Jesus was Crucified then Christians are not supposed to observe the fourth commandment(Observing the Sabbath). Sunday is the Lord's Day and not the Sabbath. Since when does football violate the sixth commandment against murder?
I think it's crazy how the federal and state governments as well as the public school system have invaded and overtaken parental rights and responsibilities. Parents live in fear of their wayward children having them arrested for disciplining them, children as young as 5yrs in some states are being taught sexual things they are much too young for, and DSS has become as bold, militant, and arrogant as the TSA. I know children need to be protected as well, but government has gone way too far.
Great Sermon! Please listen to this if you want to hear one of the clearest and meaningful presentations of the atonement you could ever hear. This is the neglected heart of the gospel picked up from the scrap heap of neglect and given to us who are all in great need of a heart transplant or at the very least in need of an understanding and appreciation for our new heart. Thank you Mr. Hughes.
Michael Hranek wrote: Really? Ever hear of ....... John the Baptist? Protesting (preaching against evil and sin) assembling to peaceably bring valid grievance before the state, that the state might ammend its ways, is quite a bit different from lawless rebellion against the state to overthrow it. We all might well consider if the right to peaceably assemble to address grievances is taken away such injustice breeds rebellion not peace
Good morning Michael, hope all is well with you. Just a quick question, wasn't John the Baptist preaching against the established church (Judaism) and not Rome?
"...The terrorists are blamed for 10,000 deaths since 2009."
Boko Haram...a pack of ravenous, murderous demons running wild on planet earth, and all in the name of their moon god who they believe looks upon them with pleasure and who, being Muslim, the church of Rome considers brothers. They don't condone their behavior, of course, but as Muslims, they are heaven bound..."they just have a different way of getting there", according to Pope John Paul and Benedict.
Where are all of those poor school girls they kidnapped? Where are the men and boys they trucked off weeks ago? I would love to see a concerted UN effort to send in special forces to take them all out. Boko Haram, ISIS, Hamas, Nation of Islam, and thr list goes on. They are all Muslims on a murderous rampage the world over and this administration caters to them by sending them our hard earned tax dollars, weapons, builds mosques, and calls it hate speech when anyone speaks out against them. They continue to believe that being friendly and coddling them will earn their friendship and promote peace.