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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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PursuitofTruth wrote:
We're aren't enemies...
PoT, you are being too simplistic. One post from "servant from us", and you are agreeing with him without knowing who he is or what he stands for. He could be a Christadelphian for all you know.

Unity HAS to be around doctrine, not woolly lovey-dovey ecumenist style hugs and kisses.

There are plenty sneaking about these threads who are NOT born again.

The BIG questions, as always, is: "How can a man be right with God?"

This is what separates the wheat and the chaff.


News Item10/24/14 4:09 PM
John Mark  Find all comments by John Mark
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Troll Spotter wrote:
You really are a dumb unthinking troll.
Troll Spotter you are so perceptive. I am going to prove you right.

God (2 Timothy 3:16) made me understand that I was counted by Him an unjust man from both the Old and New Testament:

Ecclesiastes 7:20 KJV

For there is not a just man upon earth that doeth good, and sinneth not.

Romans 3:10 KJV

As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one:

You do see Troll Spotter do you not how God reveals to me through Ecclesiastes 7:20 and
Romans 3:10, the Old Testament and the New Testament that He has counted me an unjust, unrighteous man?

What God has revealed to me you have counted "dumb unthinking". Thus you have in fact called God Almighty "dumb" and "unthinking" which would explain why you don't want any part of giving your testimony of how the Holy Spirit saved you as I invited you to do in my 10/24/14 1:30 PM post.

Do you actually have a testimony to give Troll Spotter? I have never seen anyone so reluctant to give a testimony for Jesus Christ as you. Can it be that it is because you really don't have one to give?


News Item10/24/14 4:08 PM
Troll Spotter  Find all comments by Troll Spotter
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John for JESUS wrote:
The problem with Calvinism is it is a philosophy of fatalism dressed up in Christianity. It contradictory of the love of God for the world and makes Him appear unjust by exercising wrath on a group of people who supposedly have an irresistible urge to not believe in Him, no fault of their own. The fault only lays on Adam. God's love for the select is made out to be a whimsical choice.
Talk about setting up ignorant caricatures as straw men. And I say this as no great admirer of Mr Calvin.

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Lolapalooz | Nowhere  Find all comments by Lolapalooz
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there are Christians, (little Christs). Then there are Calvinists, (little John Calvins.)

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John for JESUS | Atl  Find all comments by John for JESUS
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The problem with Calvinism is it is a philosophy of fatalism dressed up in Christianity. It contradictory of the love of God for the world and makes Him appear unjust by exercising wrath on a group of people who supposedly have an irresistible urge to not believe in Him, no fault of their own. The fault only lays on Adam. God's love for the select is made out to be a whimsical choice.

News Item10/24/14 3:44 PM
PursuitofTruth  Find all comments by PursuitofTruth
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servant from us writes:

I am of peter, i am of paul. please people! let us rely on the holy spirit to draw us closer to christ and the father, not the traditions of man

Yes, a very good post Servant from US! Let's stop with this division and naysaying, and let's unite on the things that are true, and that we can all agree on! No more of this badmouthing Calvanists, or bad mouthing Armenians! If somebody foolishly attacks us in this way, we can defend our beliefs, but let's not be the agressors! Let's be the ones who will come together in times of trouble or need, not tear eachother up! The Bible says to love even our enemies! We're aren't enemies, so how much more should we love eachother!


News Item10/24/14 3:37 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Mike of N.Y., when have I ever called the liberal churches Christian? I think I always had a bad for the United Methodist Church --as an organization-- and one I have been happy to come from, see my latest entry in the Capital Punishment thread that I have just entered a comment on before this one.

So, why should I tell a liberal church to get out of a behavior, when their behavior as behaving like an actual Christian Church is completely lacking, and I don't consider them even Christian?

I have had good thingsAmerican Masonic History--What Are America's True Roots? (I think that was good. ) and actually bad things to say about Masons, e.g., Masons (Freemasonry)--Christian or Anti-Christian? Masons (Freemasonry)--Christian or Anti-Christian? while an interesting article I would say one of the most damning thing about Masonry they believe in works salvation So, I make no comment about their political views, not that they are united in that--apparently--they don't even pass themselves off as Christian. So, I usually reserve my criticism for people who do.


Sermon10/24/14 3:36 PM
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Mary and Her Song
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“ Pleasant exhortation! ”
Nurishing devotional. Thank you

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servant | us  Find all comments by servant
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I am of peter, i am of paul. please people! let us rely on the holy spirit to draw us closer to christ and the father, not the traditions of man

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there's only one wing that God cares about and that we are protected under His wings, and the only road that will matter is the narrow one. Institutional identity making is for the pagan.

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s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
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Good time Charlie, you wrote:"... there is a lot of Scripture in the Bible that you could have quoted that God could have used to save Taylor Swift and..."
It's never in anyone's power or in particular quotes which can aid in salvation. It is only by His Spirit which draws and by His Word (the power unto salvation)...no "magic formulas".. or, if only such and such Scripture had been spoken. Christians are just instruments.
And, one is not drawn to the Lord through music. Music,in fact,is highly overrated in the church. What you will find, however,in styles of music which are more appealing to the ear or flesh and in the churches which use them, is a "form of godliness which is just a facade". One either walks in the Spirit or the flesh...it's not possible to walk in both at the same time.

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William S. Sutherland wrote:
pennned,
According to the tax code a church is tax exempt
I sure would be blessed if we could find a church like that... how does that theoretically work then, would a non-corporate fellowship pay normal land taxes if they had a location (assuming not renting) or taxes on income when they might provide support to their teachers? That's just a general question I've been wondering about.

I think you were there just at the right time for your friends. This would be corrected if Christian beneficiaries bought out properties, but the denominations would be gone then. I'm sure the Lord has plans of His own, which will be revealed in the hearts of the faithful over time.


News Item10/24/14 3:11 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Yes, John Y., His Unholiness is against capital punishment, Pope Francis blasts life sentences as ‘hidden death penalty’. Now that we got on the right road of ignoring Franny, and we would hope all other Popes -- past and future-- we now got to get you to ignore your Bishop as well, If you're against Capital Punishment, you are in with a lot of bad company, q.v., Religious Groups’ Official Positions on Capital Punishment. Christians support Capital punishment,
Gil Rugh wrote:
Genesis 9:6 gives us the first and simplest direction relating to capital punishment....

In this passage, God gives the right of capital punishment to man. If someone commits murder, they are required to die. In the debate over capital punishment, some say,... Ultimately, the right to take a human life belongs only to God, but God has also chosen to delegate this responsibility to man...

---Rendering To Caesar...

News Item10/24/14 2:56 PM
William S. Sutherland | Houston, Texas  Find all comments by William S. Sutherland
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pennned,
According to the tax code a church is tax exempt whether they have a 501c3 exemption or not, so there is NO NEED and certainly NO BIBLICAL WARRANT for any church of the LORD JESUS CHRIST to seek such an exemption from the IRS.

I have a friend who was starting a church in Galveston and he was going to apply for a 501c3 until I told him it was unnecessary. He didn't and he has never had a problem. He became friends with a patsor of an old Baptist Church in Houston which also had no 501c3. It is the devil's lie that churches need this and it has hamstrung many from preaching the truth because of fear of what the IRS might do.


News Item10/24/14 2:55 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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"He seems to be the exception that proves the rule," in more ways than one. Just looking at his name and his location you would think he's Catholic. Oh, and he was also appointed by the Democrats, but seems to me we have had a thread on SA where His Unholiness Franny, wants to get into bed with queers. But perhaps, Franny is being two-faced with liberals also. It is said that he said, "same-sex marriage is an ‘anthropological regression’" which is quite true by the way. Oh, that quotation came from, http://liberapedia.wikia.com/wiki/Pope_Francis an entertaining for a religious conservative such as myself. So, perhaps this judge is actually reading through Franny's political maneuverings?

By the way, John Y., make a Pilgrimage From Rome


News Item10/24/14 2:46 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
No, Mike of N.Y
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The Christian Right Movement is a disaster for the mission of Christians! ' "The Reconstructionist movement and its allies and offshoots, by substituting political and cultural action for the proclamation of the Gospel, by substituting eschatology for soteriology, and by mangling the Gospel itself, have become tools of Romanist political action" (3/02, The Trinity Review).' excerpt from, Notes on Reconstructionism Conservative Christians are overlooking The Inadequacy of Moralism and of political action. Dominion Theology/Kingdom Now/Reconstructionismis an anti-Biblical curse.
Ah Jim, if you were honestly independent, you would see it's theChristian Left Movement that goes for government involvement in "social justice," healthcare, welfare, etc. How is it you never call for them to get out of politics?

News Item10/24/14 2:33 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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No, Mike of N.Y., it is because evangelical Christians are sending a mixed message, one mixed in with politics. This isn't Christianity at all, we are to have http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?sermonID=723141352142(Responsibilities As Slaves)--not to the G(reedy)O(ld)P(arty)!

Remember this warning?

The Christian Right Movement is a disaster for the mission of Christians! ' "The Reconstructionist movement and its allies and offshoots, by substituting political and cultural action for the proclamation of the Gospel, by substituting eschatology for soteriology, and by mangling the Gospel itself, have become tools of Romanist political action" (3/02, The Trinity Review).' excerpt from, Notes on Reconstructionism. Conservative Christians are overlooking The Inadequacy of Moralism and of political action. Dominion Theology/Kingdom Now/Reconstructionism is an anti-Biblical curse.


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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I would also suggest that you read about, Brigham Young's 19th Wife. I would also suggest you read such articles as, The Polygamy Dilemma - Is Plural Marriage a Dead Issue in Mormonism?, at site ran by ex-Mormons.

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Dylan | Paraguay  Find all comments by Dylan
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"I see a lot of misrepresentations of Reformed theology"

I see a lot of misrepresentation of the Bible, and a to the death type of pride and a refusal to repent among people inside the Reformed TRADITION, just like their forefathers in THE ROMAN CATHOLIC TRADITION, who also have the same type of TO THE DEATH type of refusal to repent, and and entire EMPIRE of delusionists who spend their ENTIRE LIFETIMES in both TRADITIONS writing heretical books in which they ramble on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on in order to attempt to justify their heresies which none of them will EVER repent of, since hundreds and hundreds of years of their TRADITION makes them go to the death continuing it rather than repenting and starting ALL OVER.

Mar 7:9 Full well ye reject the commandment of God, that ye may keep your own tradition.

Col 2:8 Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men


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Chakula Nzuri | Congo  Find all comments by Chakula Nzuri
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The Congo church is the only true church. All who disagree are heretics.
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