There was only one thread on Mormonism , and that's the one I did apologize for. I didn't make a direct apology to you, but rather to everyone on the thread having you in mind. I thought you'd consider that an apology, but apparently you didn't. On this thread I have apologized to you multiple times, and it doesn't appear that you have accepted any of them. We don't have to agree, but we should be civil to one another, and sorry for indulging in calling you names back. We are both Christians, and as such we should lay our differences aside, and forgive one another. I have already forgven you, though you haven't made any apology. I apologize for my part, and I hope we can settle this like Christian brethren. Have a blessed day!
This executive order will specifically affect the thousands of businesses, from major defense contractors to small shops that operate cafeterias inside federal buildings. Any contractor that does not have a specific LBGT policy will have a choice. Enact a policy or lose the contract.
Searching Sermon! Faith is a simple word but the meaning that you give to it can save or condemn your soul. Brother David goes deeply into the different levels of faith, from seeing it from Satan's unholy view to the Saving Faith of Christ Jesus. As a believer we must continue to look only to Christ Jesus through faith and we must endeavor to know more about how deep and rich Saving Faith is for us, coming through the death and resurrection of Christ Jesus. As Brother David says, read and study the Holy Scriptures especially Romans, to be stronger in Saving Faith because Satan does everything he can to try so the world will have a weak or wrong faith. But the answer is simple -- it's Christ Jesus alone. Satan is defeated in this Saving Faith.
Conn contends that he has no ‚Äúparticular objection to like-minded adherents of one or another religion banding together, calling their association a college, and charging students for the privilege of having their religious beliefs affirmed.‚ÄĚ So...he has a double standard? As SECULAR institutions are "like-minded adherents banding together, calling their association a college, and charging students to have their beliefs affirmed."
Aha! Thanks for all the links, which I've bookmarked, or in the modern op system lingo, I've pinned to Start. There's plenty there for me to have a go at, starting with the one which briefly details all the main interpretations. Now that will be most helpful, bro! So I am very grateful, and appreciate again your Helps UK.
"The amillennial (lit. ‚Äėno-millennium‚Äô) position can be clearly traced from the apostles, through the early and later church fathers, through the medieval church, the Reformation, the Puritan movements, the evangelical leaders and revivals of the 18th‚Äď19th century and to most sound theologians of the 20th century."
Clearly traced from the apostles. Well there you go. Sounds like an objective summary of the main eschatological positions to me.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Why Mike of N.Y., we finally agree on something. (Why the war in Iraq was fought for Big Oil blah blah) I hope you're beginning to understand the Greedy Old Party. Oh, and some more details, oil-blah blah>
Actually you still appear to have a problem with math and history. We get little oil from Iraq, never did get much, and get less now than before the war. Hmmm. I wonder if it's enough to pay for a war for their oil?
btw, the war wouldn't have taken place without 77 Senate Democrats voting for it. But keep slinging dung- you never know, you might possibly fool somebody.
PoT You have said you are sorry So what I am posting here is for Jay Jay and I am sorry and ask your forgiveness if rehashing the matter for his sake is hurtful to you. It isn't meant to be
Jay, Jay Yes, I did call PoT a hypocrite and a liar because when I wrote it that was what he was.
On another thread about 'Mormonism' PoT falsely accused me about Glenn Beck, he later said something along the lines of pleading ignorance, but didn't apologize to me despite others varifying he had been wrong on what he posted concerning my audionews commentary, giving me opportunity on this thread to bring up 'hypocrisy' which if he had repented could have given him place to make that clear, he didn't in fact the opposite
So I called him a liar, again (isn't there something about a 2nd mile?) posting a link to prove it, which he apparently listened to and admitted (at least partially I had not said what he thought I did) but went on with IMO a lesser form of finding fault (he is entitled to his opinion)
So it appears my coolness is mistaken for rudeness, as at this time I am waiting to see how PoT speaks and acts, as there isn't trust between PoT and myself
Jim Lincoln wrote: --- I wish I remembered where the commentary from a person of Britain, pointing out they like their National Health Service. The U.S. is backward country when it comes to healthcare. ---
So the comment from a person of Britain pointing out they like the NHS is evidence enough for you? Wow.
Remember, there but for the grace of God go us, Jim. But as he withdraws his mercy from us as a nation for rejection of his truths, perhaps you will get your wish, and we will become less "backward."
Penny, you really need to read A Short History Of Dispensationalism. Kowtowing to terrorists doesn't not win their hearts and minds, giving them a swift kick in the pants does gain their attention at the very least.
Jim, here's the thing. in a free society, not everyone has to agree with me. that is "freedom of association" means that I am not forced to do what is against my conscience or what is harmful to my very life. but if you were to be honest, a large majority have been against this whole thing, and the forced dependence I see among those I love into medicare, food stamps, etc although they are grateful, would rather have decent work, a piece of land for themselves and an ability to take care of their own. forced dependence is cruelty. to celebrate this as "progress", not on my radar.
As believers we need a hunger and thirst for righteousness! As women we need to be godly examples kindness, generosity, and gentleness, without chiding, nagging, and being an overbearing authoritarian. As believing women may we have "the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God's sight."
Dolores wrote: MG, that sermon, Are You a Jew was very much how I believe and some things were cleared up for me, personally. Really appreciate your help with this sometimes confusing subject and the whole sermon was a blessing.So glad to have a few sisters on here which gives me more courage to post my thoughts .
Hi Dolores....glad you were blessed. Just one beggar showing another where to find some nourishing bread.