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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Just because some Catholic Church does some verse by verse examination that does not make it expository preaching!

John MacArthur said or, wrote:
Thirdly, it makes the authority unequivocal, and that authority is the Scripture. That's very clear no matter how powerful or gifted the preacher might be. In consistent, expository preaching, the people always know what the authority is. It's not about homiletics. It's not about personal viewpoints and insights. [such as those of the Romish Church ] It's about relentlessly affirming the true authority of Scripture, which is the most critical thing that anybody can ever learn. It isn't about, "Wasn't that a great sermon?" It isn't about, "Wasn't that a great outline? Wasn't that clever?" It's always about, "What did the Word of God say?" And that makes it truly authoritative, because the Word is from God. No other preaching paradigm does this.
-- http://tinyurl.com/jycbbvz (Expository Preaching in a Postmodern World, Part 1)

News Item2/26/17 4:24 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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Though there may be some criticism of Franklin Graham for ecumenical associations, he has spoken out boldly on pro-life issues, and on the LGBT and Islam issues, which has attracted fierce condemnation from the liberals, both political and religious.

Canada, Sweden, as well as the other Scandinavian countries, the Netherlands, the Obama presidency in the US, and I am sorry to say, to a certain extent my own country of Britain, have led the world in this political correctness.

Likely or not, Christian pastors or lay people who preach, teach or merely say politically incorrect things may well find themselves jailed, fined, sacked from their jobs, or if a foreigner expelled from these countries, and denied re entry.


News Item2/26/17 3:32 AM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
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Smite his right cheek.
Nah just kidding.
Get some hundred mile an hour tape, apply liberally to the hole under the nose area, tape his legs and his arms to the church, to control any ecstatically inclined movement and proceed with, whoops forgot, airholes to be made under nose area, and have a fed x truck at the ready, incase of any deliverance required, ( one way to out back of dandongadale is a good place)
Proceed to throw a king brown snake in his lap, he should be fine with that, unless of course he's not fully gifted.
If that doesn't sort him out, drop him off the edge of the grand canyon,tell him to remember he can do all thing with god and start flapping.
Bang done,

News Item2/26/17 3:19 AM
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On the surface is say she's a peanut, her heart certainly sounds as though it's been seared, eyes shut, ears that don't hear

News Item2/26/17 2:39 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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It does show the desperation of the left and the globalists at their defeat. Whatever one may think of President Trump, the would be President Hilary Clinton would have had an occult track record and would have been right there in the White House.

As a newly married political lawyer, she and her husband Bill Clinton attended a voodoo ceremony in Haiti, later on she had a known spiritist in the White House during her husband's Presidency, and had seances or visions of the late Eleanor Roosevelt, a woman she much admired, and though she did not apparently attend any of these herself directly, her top political adviser was implicated in the infamous "Spirit Cooking" sessions of another "artistic" friend of hers.

We certainly need to pray for our leaders, the President, as in the US, the Prime Minister, as in Canada or UK, and even for figurehead heads of state, such as our Queen in Britain.


News Item2/26/17 2:37 AM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
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Shoot her

News Item2/26/17 2:36 AM
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Someone's off their 3 case noggin

News Item2/26/17 2:32 AM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
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A dangerous place for Christians,
" Christian bookshops"
In my experience anyways.
Maybe a " Bible shop" would be a safer bet, and less likely to have human agendas and finances dictated what god says.

News Item2/26/17 2:29 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Well if the coin is right, the current pseudo Christ organizations head will no doubt keep his trap shut.
Can't speak personally for the state church in China, but I wouldn't reckon you'd have to be Philly lawyer to assume it's no better than the Vatican filth cult

News Item2/26/17 2:24 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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or church library system. I have heard David Cloud's sermon about Christian bookshops, and though geared to the US setup, much of it is actually very relevant for the few British Christian bookshops that we have in our High Streets.

News Item2/26/17 2:24 AM
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Accessory to murder should be the charge, conspiracy to murder

News Item2/26/17 2:23 AM
Youth in Asia | Asia  Find all comments by Youth in Asia
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I don't know the answer, but I'm curious as to the difference in worship from an underground Catholic service to a state church. I visited the official one a couple times last year, and it's no different than anything you would find in an American church. The homilies were really good I thought, almost Protestant like verse by verse teaching. It seemed to have 2 voices, 1 from the Bible preaching and then all the singing and cathesim(praying to Mary/pope) stuff from the church. I'm sure the truth is that the state church handles things well, but some people have an agenda to overthrow the government, and that's why all the complaints, where really there shouldn't be any, as Catholics and Protestants enjoy a lot of freedom currently.

News Item2/26/17 2:22 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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I think that online shopping and ordering has killed off many stores and shops in Britain too, both individual shops and small chains. Huge rentals charged by shopping malls, retail development companies, and commercial landlords, combined with huge business rates charged by government and local authorities, combined with a plethora of regulations and red tape, mostly in our case emanating from the EU,have killed business.

There are still a few small towns and one or two distinctive places in London and other big cities that have fascinating local individual shops, but these are becoming increasingly rare. Most High Streets have the same chains as any other High Street. People are not now even going so much to the out of town super developments, but getting out their computer, laptop, tablet, or more likely iPad, iPod, android or other device and doing their shopping that way!

As for Christian bookshops, the few that we have in this country, are indeed getting more ecumenical and selling many heretical titles, and the ever present CCM music. Some Reformed and other churches that take a stand on these matters, now have their own small bookshops on church premises that open limited hours with volunteer staff, and others arrange mailing or online selling of books, or church l


News Item2/26/17 2:20 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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http://tinyurl.com/hzar2rz (the press's role as a watchdog on government) from which,
Ken Auletta wrote:
Bush has talked about getting around the media filter. ... [Is that normal, to want to sidestep the media?]--Interviewer

Well, every president wants to figure out a way to deliver their message unfiltered. They don't want an anchor telling you what it means. They don't want a reporter, [NBC's] Tim Russert, asking tough questions on Meet the Press. They want to be able to talk directly and not be questioned. By the way, CEOs have the same desire. So do journalists. I would love to be able to just have my version of the world and not have someone ask me inconvenient questions. We're just human beings, all of us.

The press is performing a necessary, adversarial function. Now, if we go too far and we say, "We are your adversary; we are your enemy," then I think we're stepping out of our proper role. But our job, proper role, is to ask questions of people in power, and oftentimes people in power don't like to be asked questions. It's very natural.


News Item2/26/17 1:35 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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The Bush women seem to be rather liberal -- especially considering their menfolk. http://tinyurl.com/zl4vcu3 (Cecile Richards, Barbara Bush and the Sisterhood of Political Progeny)

News Item2/25/17 11:06 PM
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He's Charleton

News Item2/25/17 10:57 PM
Kev | San Diego  Contact via emailFind all comments by Kev
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connor7 wrote:
I believe Pluto is still a planet, it's discrimination, how they just snubbed him from the list...those astronomers are soo intolerant, Pluto was born like that, it wasn't his choice.
When it comes to planets the scientist want to be really specific in what classifies something as this or that. When they get around to humans they all loose their minds

I see you changed your handle you should add a couple zeros for some cool factor like connor007


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Texan | Georgia  Find all comments by Texan
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Yet Christian parents let their kids watch Frozen and even bring those cute little witches from the movie into the church... Hmmm

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connor7 | ca  Contact via emailFind all comments by connor7
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That feller just wants to be argumentative John, he's not interested in truth, I understood what you meant, I heard a message by Paul Washer concerning how men and women dress at the beach.

He said, "if they were to wear what they wear at the beaches today, in the '20s or '30s, they'd be fined, arrested, or examined to determine whether or not they were insane." (Paraphrased)

I forgot what message it was, sorry.

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