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Rodney K. | Tennessee  Contact via emailFind all comments by Rodney K.
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Elmer K. Yoder wrote:
It is interesting how the Calvinist boasts in his supposedly being predestinated, called out, enlightened, born again, etc. etc. etc. and is now capable and forced by God to believe and to do good works who now has his prayers answered and is sure of his salvation without a doubt etc. etc. etc., yet also has no problem whatsoever with murdering or killing unbelievers or believers in the name of his Jesus, or causing or supporting the murdering or killing of unbelievers or believers in the name of his Jesus, or causing or supporting the quarantining or imprisonment of unbelievers or believers in the name of his Jesus, or causing or supporting the "medical" Nazi-like terrorism of abusive experimentation, monitoring, and forced witchcraft "treatments" in unbelievers or believers in the name of his Jesus due to alleged physical or spiritual uncleanness, while wiping his mouth and saying, "I have done no wickedness."
As the Lord saith, ye shall know them by their fruits.
You paint with a very broad brush, sir.

News Item10/24/14 9:00 PM
Elmer K. Yoder | Berlin, Ohio  Find all comments by Elmer K. Yoder
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A good plan is for the heathen men and women in the State religion to stop fabricating school shooting movies and telling people the movies are real life events.

Crisis Actors Awards

I think the worst actor award would go to Robbie Parker. What do you all think?


News Item10/24/14 8:47 PM
Elmer K. Yoder | Berlin, Ohio  Find all comments by Elmer K. Yoder
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It is interesting how the Calvinist boasts in his supposedly being predestinated, called out, enlightened, born again, etc. etc. etc. and is now capable and forced by God to believe and to do good works who now has his prayers answered and is sure of his salvation without a doubt etc. etc. etc., yet also has no problem whatsoever with murdering or killing unbelievers or believers in the name of his Jesus, or causing or supporting the murdering or killing of unbelievers or believers in the name of his Jesus, or causing or supporting the quarantining or imprisonment of unbelievers or believers in the name of his Jesus, or causing or supporting the "medical" Nazi-like terrorism of abusive experimentation, monitoring, and forced witchcraft "treatments" in unbelievers or believers in the name of his Jesus due to alleged physical or spiritual uncleanness, while wiping his mouth and saying, "I have done no wickedness."

As the Lord saith, ye shall know them by their fruits.


News Item10/24/14 7:57 PM
servant | us  Find all comments by servant
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Recommended reading: satan, his personality,power and overthrow. by edward Mckendree bounds

News Item10/24/14 7:44 PM
jamesc | Fallbrook, CA  Find all comments by jamesc
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Good point. I speaking more about the tone (seems inflammatory) of the article vs the action of sending sermons. If the sending of the sermons is some type of vengeful action, then it is wrong (Matthew 5:39-41, Romans 12:19, Titus 3:1-3).

Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Because they are sending sermons and Bibles it means you know they are not praying for her???

News Item10/24/14 7:40 PM
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Sorry, this is a little off topic.

I have often wondered about this aspect of polygamy. You go into an African nation and witness to this fellow who has 5 wives and he receives Christ and is born again from above and truly wants to repent of all of his sins. You then tell him he can only have 1 wife and he has to divorce the other ones he has. Which ones does he divorce? His wives are no longer virgins and each has born children to him. What do you tell this new brother in Christ? Is it a sin to keep all of his wives even though having multiple wives is a sin?


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Mike wrote:
When you bring up the so-called "Christian Right Movement" you aren't talking about whether churches are Christian or not, you are talking about whether Christians ought to be involved in politics. I merely pointed out you don't tell the "Christian Left Movement" the same thing. I would suggest it's not because you don't think them Christian, for you think that of the "right." I would suggest rather, that you approve of the agenda: government involvement in everyone's personal business, health, security, etc. You've promoted it enough that you really can't deny it. btw, your response reminds me of Bill Clinton for some reason.
Your thoughts on Jim and Bill reminded me of Bill's strategy when running for governor. He would sit on the porches of the unsuspecting and tell the common folks how much he abhored abortion and wished it would never be necessary, but he said it would be worse to deny a woman the right to have one. So, he was the compassionate one; not those who would deny a woman the opportunity to murder her unborn baby.

That sort of thing does remind me of Jim from Lincoln. Good comment.


News Item10/24/14 7:07 PM
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True indeed. the events in the world are fortold but is also used as a distraction. We must abide in christ and keep a single eye filled with his light.

News Item10/24/14 6:41 PM
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servant wrote:
The only way is to go 100% biblical. but the world nor most "followers" would be ready for that. with moral values and the conscientious of sin on a roller coster down fall, we will have to choose light(biblical) or darkness.
The times of proving are already here with errors innumerable, and there's more proving ahead with persecution. The number of true believers will be small in comparison to the professing crowd, but the election according grace will be upheld and will not give heed to seducing spirits nor shall they bow the knee to the god of this world. Remember the word of God:

".....be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life...."


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LOL!

News Item10/24/14 6:22 PM
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The only way is to go 100% biblical. but the world nor most "followers" would be ready for that. with moral values and the conscientious of sin on a roller coster down fall, we will have to choose light(biblical) or darkness.

News Item10/24/14 6:10 PM
Troll Spotter  Find all comments by Troll Spotter
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servant wrote:
Type o, i mean "can't"put them on a high seat.

Makes all the difference!


News Item10/24/14 6:09 PM
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Type o, i mean "can't"put them on a high seat.

News Item10/24/14 6:03 PM
Troll Spotter  Find all comments by Troll Spotter
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servant wrote:
That is why we can place the reformist in a high seat, or we will just repeat the same.
Not at all. They molded their doctrines to suit their desired ends e.g. the state church must include everyone, and so infant baptism had to be arrived at and justified somehow using the Bible etc.

We need to go beyond them in arriving at correct doctrine. This means getting rid of infant baptism, returning to regenerate church membership, separating church and state etc.

IOW, value the word of God above traditions of men and desired political aims, and exegete it properly and honestly.


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That is why we can place the reformist in a high seat, or we will just repeat the same.

News Item10/24/14 5:50 PM
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Even after reformation we still have fallen back in to the same yoke. It's in our nature to rebel.

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servant wrote:
I apologize for any offense. the point is that reformist knew that the yoke of bondage the Catholic "church" was placing on those who sought christ had to be broken. they have renewed the order of the pharisees.
No offense taken.

They set out well, but then became the very thing they objected to, and sadly many of their heirs today share their spirit! viz. the spirit of the Pharisees, and prove themselves just as blind.


News Item10/24/14 5:43 PM
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I apologize for any offense. the point is that reformist knew that the yoke of bondage the Catholic "church" was placing on those who sought christ had to be broken. they have renewed the order of the pharisees.

News Item10/24/14 5:37 PM
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John Mark wrote:
Troll Spotter, as I pointed out before you really do have a problem expressing things grammatically so allow me to give you the correct punctuation.
More subterfuge and slime ball tactics:
Engage "ignore troll" mode.
P.S. I now have to shake the dust off my feet and leave "never, never land"
Why don't you take your fellow trolls SteveR and John Y with you?

News Item10/24/14 5:30 PM
John Mark  Find all comments by John Mark
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Troll Spotter wrote:
More subterfuge and slime ball tactics.
Engage "ignore troll" mode.
Troll Spotter, as I pointed out before you really do have a problem expressing things grammatically so allow me to give you the correct punctuation.

More subterfuge and slime ball tactics:

Engage "ignore troll" mode.

P.S. I now have to shake the dust off my feet and leave "never, never land"

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