Jim Lincoln wrote: ... Limbaugh belongs to a political party and Brooks is a moderate ....Billy Clinton - - ..... David Brooks, is much more erudite. President, ....Limbaugh ...Clinton. For (What Moderates Believe] So, a good editorial if you can get by the comments on President Trump.
I assume Limbaugh kept harping about Obama also, and like Clinton I bet he helped him get a second term also.
What's your point in posting a 4 year old article? Not enough new stuff for you to twist? Or is it perhaps a way to comment on Trump by pretending not to, by posting what someone else has to say about him? I like your transparency, Jim. Keep it up.
ladybug wrote: KDinDE, Yes, there are a LOT of discrepancies in JY's 'story'. There are a few trolls here who push unbiblical agendas, minions of Satan. May God have mercy on them and save them. Good to have you on board, it's a blessing to have like minded brethren post here.
Thank you for the warm welcome, ladybug!
Feel free to consider me a sister in Christ because that's what I am.
John Yurich USA wrote: Where is the circular reasoning in stating that if I attend a Baptist Church on Sunday mornings that I am committed to the truth? I am very involved in the church activities of that Baptist Church from going to Adult Sunday School before worship to being a substitute usher on Sundays when needed to going to soup lunches and other free meals after worship.
Please, read and reconsider against a clean conscience the verses cited in the post of 10:26 am below to find your own answer
B. McCausland wrote: Please, allow the weight of the full facts to guide and dictate sound logic. Flawed circular reasoning is your main game, which is miles apart from fair, serious and earnest reasoning, searching, or discussion
Where is the circular reasoning in stating that if I attend a Baptist Church on Sunday mornings that I am committed to the truth? I am very involved in the church activities of that Baptist Church from going to Adult Sunday School before worship to being a substitute usher on Sundays when needed to going to soup lunches and other free meals after worship.
John Yurich USA wrote: If I attend a Baptist Church on Sunday mornings then I have committed myself to truth.
Please, allow the weight of the full facts to guide and dictate sound logic. Flawed circular reasoning is your main game, which is miles apart from fair, serious and earnest reasoning, searching, or discussion
ladybug wrote: KDinDE Thanks for the info on our resident RCC troll. He can't 'work', but he can spend hours trolling the internet
Ladybug, you're very welcome and it's a true pleasure to alert/edify my brethren whenever I can.
As for him being unemployed, he had listed his occupation at that other site as "data entry". Oddly amusing considering he recently said here he's looking to gain employment in data entry. I'm wondering if he's a Soros funded sockpuppet who's paid by the post. After all, he did state that he manages to put a whole nickle once a month in the collection plate at "that Baptist Church" he attends every Sunday...
Anyway, now that I've stopped lurking and got my feet wet by posting here at SA, I'll be around more often. However, I will not engage in conversation with trollish people such as JY who display all the signs of a pew warming, double-minded, lukewarm, fence-sitting, Laodicean with an unteachable spirit.
This is an excellent story about Andrew Dunn, a man who was a Roman Catholic until he was 40. God opened his blind eyes and saved him. The exchange he had with his former priest is priceless - http://www.chapellibrary.org/files/3713/7643/2880/adai.pdf
Christopher000 wrote: All too often, John has commented, "Well, isn't the fact that I attend that Baptist church and been baptized good enough?" Also, " Well, the church has some scriptural parts, the readings from the Bible, and the apostles creed, so that makes them partially Christian". I fully believe that he's trying to cover all of His bases, and fears leaving Rome, just in case. Knowing what he knows, there's just no excuse, whatsoever, for remaining within a religious system which teaches the opposite of what God instructs, teaches that which God clearly abhors and sternly warns against, and also warns to flee from. Baptist/Catholic...oxymoron. I was Christened/baptized Roman Catholic, and the majority of my family remains Roman Catholic. I renounced the false religion long ago without any fear, but only freedom from Satan's grasp.
I deny categorically that I am trying to cover all bases by attending both the Catholic and Baptist Churches. I only accept the Baptist(biblical) doctrine of salvation.
BM, I do not follow the false teachings of the Catholic Church.