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Frank wrote:
He was a preacher who led an infamous march against same-sex marriage and denounced homosexuality, but he also settled a lawsuit by four young men who said he pressured them into sexual relationships.
He was a man who gave away cars and paid the college tuition of needy people, but he also was investigated by Congress after a charity he created had provided him with a million-dollar home and a Bentley luxury car.
The above is from the article.
Yes, he appears to have been simply a Pentecostal charlatan who cheated and deceived many. No Christian would settle a lawsuit unless they were guilty of the charge.
Charlatan sounds like the perfect word, bro.

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Why I Left the Catholic Church / February 27, 2011
Tomasso Tucson / Advocate for Bishops Accountability

I grew up in a Catholic family. I went to a Catholic school. I married a Catholic girl in the Catholic Church. I sent my son to Catholic schools. I attended mass regularly.

I was a member of the local diocese Catholic Social Service Board of Directors for four years and then served as President for two more years. I worked on the building Fund Committee of two churches; I also contributed to the building fund of a local seminary no longer in use. Then at 80 plus years, I stopped going to church. My decision to leave the Catholic Church wasn’t made overnight. The change in me gradually began to enter my mind as I slowly was losing respect for the church leaders that I had been taught all my life to trust.

Priests raping, sodomizing and molesting God’s children. Bishops secretly moving these sexual abusers from parish to parish without making it known to anyone, thereby placing more unsuspecting children in harms way. These actions by the bishops had to be made with the knowledge that other children would be molested, yet their choice was made to protect the abusers and the reputation of the Catholic church. Unforgivable.


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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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Christopher000 wrote:
JohnUK Wrote:
"...Clergy abuse seems to hit the headlines in most papers these days, but it doesn't seem to affect the beguiled masses, who are "bewitched"; nor the ecumenists. It's like talking to a brick wall."
Good point, John. Seems that the church just can't do anything so wrong that it would cause large numbers to leave. I think the answer to this lies within the lies of their being the one true church, having Pope's appointed and anointed by The Holy Spirit himself, and the clincher, if you are not under their umbrella, you are damned for all eternity. I think it's that last point that keeps the masses in fear, and in all likelihood, the main reason most parents and families never reported, or grossly underreported the abuse cases.
Yes bro, it is cult-like in holding on. Some cults baptise/christen children of the "faithful", like Anglican or RCC or Methodist. This actually makes them harder to witness to, they hang on to that reception into the "church".

As you say, fear is one of the greatest ploys, thinking themselves "safe" within the fold, no matter what that fold is like.

But God's Spirit can break down those walls; his quickening power is immense.


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JuneAnnette | Holland, OH  Find all comments by JuneAnnette
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From the Catholics4Change BlogSpot:
Catholics Leaving Church Over Abuse Issue
Click here to read: “A Decade Later, Catholic Anger, Defections Over Abuse Not Letting Up,” by David Briggs, writer Association of Religion Data Archives, for Huffington Post, March 12, 2012
Important facts from article:
In a 2011 survey of American Catholics, more than three-quarters of respondents said the sexual abuse issue has hurt priests’ ability to meet the spiritual-pastoral needs of parishioners.
In an online survey, anger at church leadership for the sexual abuse scandal was the No. 1 reason cited by people who left the church and are not coming back. Nearly two-thirds of respondents who are not even considering returning to the church listed the abuse scandal as a reason for leaving.
The scandal led to a loss of 2 million Catholics, and generated more than three billion in donations to other faiths from those Catholics who joined other groups, economist Daniel Hungerman of Notre Dame University estimated in a working paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Negative publicity from the scandal explains about 5 percent of the decline in the number of Catholic schools in the past two decades . .

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JohnUK Wrote:
"...Clergy abuse seems to hit the headlines in most papers these days, but it doesn't seem to affect the beguiled masses, who are "bewitched"; nor the ecumenists. It's like talking to a brick wall."

Good point, John. Seems that the church just can't do anything so wrong that it would cause large numbers to leave. I think the answer to this lies within the lies of their being the one true church, having Pope's appointed and anointed by The Holy Spirit himself, and the clincher, if you are not under their umbrella, you are damned for all eternity. I think it's that last point that keeps the masses in fear, and in all likelihood, the main reason most parents and families never reported, or grossly underreported the abuse cases.


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He was a preacher who led an infamous march against same-sex marriage and denounced homosexuality, but he also settled a lawsuit by four young men who said he pressured them into sexual relationships.

He was a man who gave away cars and paid the college tuition of needy people, but he also was investigated by Congress after a charity he created had provided him with a million-dollar home and a Bentley luxury car.

The above is from the article.

Yes, he appears to have been simply a Pentecostal charlatan who cheated and deceived many. No Christian would settle a lawsuit unless they were guilty of the charge.


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This link has some excellent writings from men such as A.W. Pink, Ebenezer Erskine, Spurgeon and others concerning apostasy - http://www.chapellibrary.org/files/2513/7643/2881/..
a sample - 1 John 2:19-The church they went out of was the true church of Christ, founded by the Apostles themselves on Christ, the foundation and chief cornerstone, in which the true and everlasting Gospel was preached; the ordinances of Christ—Baptism and the Lord’s Supper—kept as purely as Christ Himself had delivered them; the whole church plan,form, order, laws, and government properly enforced and attended unto also. And these persons had professed their faith in all the essential truths of the Gospel. They had been baptized in the name of the Holy Trinity. They had been regular members of churches. They had been admitted to the Table of the Lord. It may be [that] they had been admitted to fill up some office in the house of God, such as that of deaconship or of being preachers of the Word.Yet their ambitious spirits were such, they could not be content but they must bring in another gospel, contrary to what the Apostles preached."

That would include a gospel of works, which is contrary to what the Apostles preached.


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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
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JuneAnnette wrote:
Many Christians are unaware that John 17:16 which so evidently refers to Christ as the “one fold and one Shepherd”, the RC “church” arrogantly ascribes to their “church” and her pope.
Any talk about clergy abuse must be discouraged as it would adversely affect and possibly derail their ecumenical/interfaith initiative to draw the unsuspecting masses into their fold.
Hi June,
John 17:20-21 Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on me through their word; (21) That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be one in us: that the world may believe that thou hast sent me.

John 10:16 And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd.

Quite right, it is about the Lord Jesus and his own individual sheep, not one grouping, certainly not the RCC.

Clergy abuse seems to hit the headlines in most papers these days, but it doesn't seem to affect the beguiled masses, who are "bewitched"; nor the ecumenists. It's like talking to a brick wall.

However, churches do need to make their members aware of such things, keeping to "no compromise".


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Wayfarer Pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfarer Pilgrim
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The same Supreme Court that gave us abortion on demand, sodomite " marriage", will uphold Obamas executive order and further it along a tax on the country to pay for degeneration surgery or at birth a parent can decide what sex they want for the child and secondary sexual characteristics will be dispensed with immediately. No, the catholic/atheist court will dispense insanity like they always will and be proud they did.

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Rnel wrote:
J4J wrote:
Baloney! People that are opposed to Calvinism are faithful to Jesus' teaching that God loves the whole world and desires all to be saved.
1 Peter 2:8-9
8 And a stone of stumbling, and a rock of offence, even to them which stumble at the word, being disobedient: whereunto also they were APPOINTED.
9 But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light
The question is, who are the "all"? The word APPOINTED is also in Acts 13:48 suggesting that not ALL will be saved as God has not chosen ALL. That is everyone (ALL) without exception. God chooses who he wills, period. And yet God commands all men to repent. This is a bit of a mystery, but I don't think God clearly chooses all or else all would believe. There are clear passages that say God does not choose everyone (without exception). Men have never or ever will be the author of their own salvation.

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Mike wrote:
Good point, Dave. It shows the prior work of the Holy Spirit in the eunuch's life. Every farmer knows the soil is prepared before the seeds are planted.
What wonderful blessings can come from a few choice words, Mike. Thank you bro. This is just the sort of thing I pray for every time I go out tracting, and even when I'm not going out.

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Parting thoughts . .
The RC “church” would have us believe the clergy abuse “scandal” is over but nothing could be further from the truth.

Many Christians are unaware that John 17:16 which so evidently refers to Christ as the “one fold and one Shepherd”, the RC “church” arrogantly ascribes to their “church” and her pope.
Any talk about clergy abuse must be discouraged as it would adversely affect and possibly derail their ecumenical/interfaith initiative to draw the unsuspecting masses into their fold.

Exposing the evil plague of homosexual clergy abuse raging unchecked within the unhallowed halls of the RC “church” serves as an alarm . . a wake up call to the poor deluded souls who have fallen prey to the false ecumenism of papal Rome. (Joel 2:1)

When there is a fire, an alarm is sounded and people are compelled to leave the premises and flee to a safe place.

So it is in Zion, the people must be warned of the spiritual danger they are in with plainness of speech, to arouse them from their complacency and the gravity of the matter that they may flee from the impending doom to the only sure refuge for their souls . . the Lord Jesus Christ.

Rev. 18:4: “Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.”


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Rnel | South africa  Find all comments by Rnel
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J4J wrote:

Baloney! People that are opposed to Calvinism are faithful to Jesus' teaching that God loves the whole world and desires all to be saved.

1 Peter 2:8-9

8 And a stone of stumbling, and a rock of offence, even to them which stumble at the word, being disobedient: whereunto also they were APPOINTED.
9 But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light


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Jim 'Liberal' Lincoln asks, "Tell me, who's more personally moral Trump or Obama? It looks like Obama wins hands down." Really?!?!? Obama, who legalized homosexual marriage, the most immoral of all sinful behavior, is more 'moral' than Trump? How sad and disgusting is it that this troll, Jim Lincoln, exalts Obama and his godless policies!
No I do NOT support Trump, but like everybody else here, I am tired of Jim Lincoln's love affair with Obama, then claiming to be a 'Christian'. Obama and most politicians support and approve of murdering babies as well. God ordained a man to marry a woman and to be fruitful and multiply, yet Obama made into law same sex marriage where it's impossible to be fruitful and multiply. The destruction of the family comes through homosexuality, sexual immorality and murdering babies. Yet, Jim Lincoln condones ALL that God hates and has ordained.

Here's what you need to worry about Jim, it's a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. God will soon separate the tares from the wheat, you should be terrified J.L. Instead, you are consumed with the things of this world, deluded by them and by your brand of 'religion'. Verbal professions and the 'roman road' won't save you....

Ye must be born again


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So I think since this guy is in prison for murder, and he is a "woman " trapped in this body so why don't we the taxes payers just do the humane thing and put him on the chair and release the poor trapped women, on we can also use a lethal injection. That would be more humane then playing into his delusional mind.

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So I think since this guy is in prison for murder, and he is a "woman " trapped in this body so why don't we the taxes payers just do the humane thing and put him on the chair and release the poor trapped women, on we can also use a lethal injection. That would be more humane then playing into his delusional mind.

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Mike of NY, Ah, read this very short blog, (Why Hasn't Trump Been Arrested Yet). It's your support of Donald an ignorant, amoral, dishonest and manipulative, misogynistic, philandering, hyper-litigious, isolationist, protectionist blowhard"Trump is what amazes me. Tell me, who's more personally moral Trump or Obama? It looks like Obama wins hands down.
Your fascination with any http://tinyurl.com/oyo44lc (Robber Baron) apparently is a Republican thing?
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Love how you try the association guilt bit, Jim. But as you know, I'm not a Republican, and would have preferred Carson. But deceptions, and name-calling personal insults such as you and your poor loser Democrat friends constantly put forth, need addressing, don't you think? You seem confused, I don't support Trump nearly as much as I oppose your badly disguised liberalism. What is it you mean by "who's more personally moral?"? If Obama is still married to Michelle, is that now an excuse for his morally degenerate policies? Please.

ps, 4 mocking days left, vent now or forever hold your piece


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Mike of NY, Ah, read this very short blog, http://tinyurl.com/j5blsv4 (Why Hasn't Trump Been Arrested Yet). It's your support of Donald"an ignorant, amoral, dishonest and manipulative, misogynistic, philandering, hyper-litigious, isolationist, protectionist blowhard"Trump is what amazes me. Tell me, who's more personally moral Trump or Obama? It looks like Obama wins hands down.

Your fascination with any http://tinyurl.com/oyo44lc (Robber Baron) apparently is a Republican thing?

Nik, true, and

Hebrews 9:27 And inasmuch as it is appointed for men to die once and after this comes judgment,
28 so Christ also, having been offered once to bear the sins of many, shall appear a second time for salvation without reference to sin, to those who eagerly await Him.---NASB

If He tarries I guarantee we will go to Him.


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Dave wrote:
As the whole incident shows, it's by god's will that Phillip was there to be used by the Holy Spirit to quicken the eunuch.and was removed when job done.
He was already reading Isaiah being drawn by god.
Good point, Dave. It shows the prior work of the Holy Spirit in the eunuch's life. Every farmer knows the soil is prepared before the seeds are planted.
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