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penny  Find all comments by penny
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John D. wrote:
Is slavery a sin?
yes it is.

its stealing the labor of another.

and it is alive and well today.

additionally to the slavery we see in the economic structure... in Libya the muslems have reignited the slavery of Africans after the fall of qaddafi.

I do not hear the globalist minions whining about slavery 200 yrs ago showing any concern for the debt slaves, ocare slaves, end of the middle class agenda 21 autist slaves, Libyan slaves, Chinese factory slaves, etc....of today

or the huge amount of human trafficking, child sex and occult trade which is a focus of the current administration as we have seen around the first world that elites are participants....

remembering nancy Schaefer

course this spiritual battle is not PC, so we are relegated to obsess about the sins of 200 yrs ago....


News Item6/22/17 10:33 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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John D. wrote:
Wouldn't it be better just to read the Textus Receptus and ignore the King James Version?
It would then be mandatory for the whole of the population to learn to read Greek to verify the Gospel truth by themselves.
This is a kind as holding religous services in Latin to the ignorance of the population , which by the way, it already happened in the past.
In the Gospel command, and in God's intend, honourable translation of the Scriptures is included, not perversion of them.

News Item6/22/17 10:32 AM
Kev | San Diego  Contact via emailFind all comments by Kev
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Ken wrote:
To sin is to break the Law of God. Slavery does not break that law. In todays American we are told it is a great sin, this is done to create hate between people to make them feel guilt so they can be controlled. Those that spread this lie are breaking the 9th commandment- Thou shalt no bear false witness.
EXTOR'TION, n. The act of extorting; the act or practice of wresting any thing from a person by force,duress, menaces, authority,or by any undue exercise of power; illegal exaction; illegal compulsion to pay money, or to do some other act. Extortion is an offense punishable at common law.

1. Force or illegal compulsion by which any thing is taken from a person.

1 Corinthians 6:10

10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor EXTORTIONERS, shall inherit the kingdom of God.

So if I took your family into slavery at gun point there is nothing wrong with that?

Slaves in biblical times sold themselves into slavery and were treated decent, do you think these forms of slavery were the same?

Was it a sin for pharaoh to enslave the Jews?


News Item6/22/17 10:30 AM
penny  Find all comments by penny
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praying for his health...

praying for the human trafficking bill to continue on...


News Item6/22/17 9:07 AM
Ken | Tenn  Contact via emailFind all comments by Ken
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John D. wrote:
Is slavery a sin?
To sin is to break the Law of God. Slavery does not break that law. In todays American we are told it is a great sin, this is done to create hate between people to make them feel guilt so they can be controlled. Those that spread this lie are breaking the 9th commandment- Thou shalt no bear false witness.

News Item6/22/17 8:14 AM
John D.  Find all comments by John D.
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Is slavery a sin?

News Item6/22/17 8:11 AM
John D.  Find all comments by John D.
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Wouldn't it be better just to read the Textus Receptus and ignore the King James Version?

Sermon6/22/17 8:03 AM
clay bryan | West Monroe La.  Contact via emailFind all comments by clay bryan
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great message Pastor Marc, who would have thought that so soon we would have to scan cautiously for men of God who are of like minds, and for them to proclaim the truth without apology. I am happy to have found another preacher that I can download sermons and hear the harder messages. its not easy to find teachers who take on Zechariah and other such books, and expound what is written. I cringe when I see a O T prophets scripture as the preachers text and he is pulling out some weak illustration to bring a sermon on prosperity and love. Man, we are winding down to the REAL end, as you explained, so keep it up. thank you, Clay.

News Item6/22/17 7:28 AM
Ignominious Emirakan | DrDeth  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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Governor Rick Snyder reacted to the Flint airport shooting on Twitter. He’s asking people to please keep the attacked officer in your thoughts and prayers. He is also thanking local, state and federal law enforcement and first responders who are working hard at Bishop Airport.

50-year-old Amor Ftouhi, a Canadian citizen legally entered the country on June 16 in New York. Investigators say he arrived at Bishop Wednesday morning. Special Agent in Charge David Gellius says Ftouhi yelled “Allah Akbar” before stabbing Lieutenant Jeff Neville.

Gellius says Ftouhi said something to the effect of, “You have killed people in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and we’re all going to die.

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Egyptian American doctor Abdul El-Sayed could become the first-ever Muslim governor in the United States in 2018. ... El-Sayed talked to Al Jazeera about what inspired him to run and why he believes he is the right candidate for the job. He also talks about how being an Arab and Moosleman.
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1st Mich. goes Trump ? What next??
Michigan is about to find out as El-Sayed makes his first run at elected office, as governor of the Great Lakes State. The son of immigrants from Egypt holds a doctorate in public health from Oxford &medical degree ..
Public health effects of Terror Text Queeran?
Neck stab


News Item6/22/17 7:26 AM
NeedHim  Find all comments by NeedHim
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I read on the internet that the Apostle Paul was a KJV only type, so it has to be true, lol.

Sermon6/22/17 7:21 AM
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Our Meeting Place - Part 1
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Amen Amen!!! Great stuff. I thank God for his house!

News Item6/22/17 7:10 AM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
SA, picked an interesting article from Christianity Today. Not only people in the old Confederacy should read it, but we who we're not part of that tradition and even hostile to it should read it also. Southern Baptists have been working hard too separate themselves from the past and this article on the one I mentioned below are interesting in pointing that out.
---http://www.salon.com/2017/06/16/southern-baptists-declare-war-on-the-racist-alt-right/
There is no one alive from the Old Confederacy Lincoln. We southerners separated from people like you because of your self-righteous attitude. The SBC is now controlled by men who have no belief in Jesus Christ. They are much like you, show boats.

News Item6/22/17 6:50 AM
Ignominious Emirakan | BackPeddling  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
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Youth in Asia wrote:
manuscript
As the largest Bible proportion is Hebtrew- your question is weak.
Corruption from "Red Sea" in Dt1:1 to "SUPH" by corruptors / peddlers of "new King Jame$" $ale$men is a large part of the issue.
As is the lying scansion of NIV depiction Gen 1-3 narrative prose as if it were poetry.

A number of answers to question are here:

http://www.deanburgonsociety.org/KJBible/answers.htm

Questioning needs balance- gotta wait to hear the other side

https://www.biblefortoday.org/Articles/snake.htm

A shorter treatment than the entire BOOK which I provided a few months age- did u ever download & read it?

KEPT PURE IN ALL AGES
Recapturing the Authorised Version and the Doctrine of Providential Preservation
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Jeffrey Khoo, PhD
Academic Dean, Far Eastern Bible College
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http://www.febc.edu.sg/v15/assets/pdfs/febc_press/Kept%20Pure%20In%20All%20Ages.pdf

( I downloaded to my phone to read- Mss origin details abound in that book)

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https://www.biblefortoday.org/PDF/A_Perfect_Bible.pdf

A shorter treatment by the same author

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Pr18:17 "He that is first in his own cause seemeth just; but his neighbour cometh and searcheth him."


News Item6/22/17 6:43 AM
James Thomas | Fla  Find all comments by James Thomas
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Some interesting things about the KJV.

It succeeded because other versions were banned. The Geneva Bible continued to sell and in huge numbers. Indeed, the Geneva proved so popular that in 1616 the King was forced to ban the printing of the Geneva Bible by any English press. Although people continued to import copies, eventually the ban worked and the AV became the default English translation.

Also...It was a revision not a new translation. James ordered that it be based on the text of the Bishops’ Bible of 1568. James instructed that the new version was to be ‘as little altered as the truth of the original [i.e. the Bishop’s Bible] will permit.

Thankfully the translation of William Tyndale NT and what he was able to translate in the OT before being murdered is what you mostly read in the bibles that came after his death.

Tyndale, as did Erasmus, benefited from the influx of Greek manuscripts that had come from Constantinople which had been residing in the Greek speaking culture for a thousand years.

Here is a link to a good read on the subject for those interested.

http://www.tyndale.org/tsj21/daniell.html


News Item6/22/17 4:30 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Chris G P wrote:
As to head coverings for women during worship, I do believe that the Evangelical Protestant churches should return to this Biblical practice mandated throughout both the OT, but particularly through the NT, as laid out clearly by the Apostle Paul, and carried out for 2,000 years or so, until the 1960's, when suddenly, not only the usual liberal "Protestant" churches, and the post-Vatican 2 Western Catholic Churches abandoned this practice, but tragically multitudes of otherwise seemingly solid Evangelical Protestant churches.
It is high time that the pastors preached this faithfully, and the Christian ladies returned to this Biblical mandate.
Yes, amen Chris GP. And the symbolism must also be understood and accepted, otherwise the wearing of a covering becomes a hypocritical act. But when a woman plays her role of submission, and wears a head covering to signify that, it becomes a most beautiful thing in which God is well pleased.

News Item6/22/17 4:18 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Well, let's see now.

Let's take a Short Metre tune like Dennis, and give ourselves the option of lyrics.

1. The first option is well-known and loved, and sung by the vast majority of Christians all over the world, and it's written by a sinner called John Fawcett.

Blest be the tie that binds
Our hearts in Christian love
The fellowship of kindred minds
Is like to that above

2. The second option is Psalm 25, hardly known by any, never ever sung by the majority, even though its author is GOD ALMIGHTY, and appointed for use in worship in both old and new testaments. As found in the 1650 Psalter.

To thee I lift my soul
O Lord, I trust in thee
My God, let me not be asham'd
Nor foes triumph o'er me.

Oh boy....


Sermon6/22/17 3:46 AM
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How to Live with the Curse
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“ A helpful perspective ”

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" let your communication be, Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for whatsoever is more than these comes of evil." Matt 5

News Item6/22/17 3:26 AM
Youth in Asia | Asia  Find all comments by Youth in Asia
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It was a joke, I thought by making they lyrics into old English, the KJV people would accept it. K.J Von Lynus is a parody of KJVonLYnus.
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