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NRC  Find all comments by NRC
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Lol how did we miss that one?

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FDA standards for defoaming agents in food

10 parts per million in food, or at such level in a concentrated food that when prepared as directed on the labels, the food in its ready-for-consumption state will have not more than 10 parts per million except as follows: Zero in milk; 110 parts per million in dry gelatin dessert mixes labeled for use whereby no more than 16 parts per million is present in the ready-to-serve dessert; 250 parts per million in salt labeled for cooking purposes, whereby no more than 10 parts per million is present in the cooked food.


News Item4/23/14 10:10 PM
David L | Florida  Contact via emailFind all comments by David L
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Beware pastors wearing pink pants.

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“I am trouble by your statement that Bibles in other languages need to be based on the KJV.”

Don’t be…if the KJV is indeed the pure word of God – no errors, then logic follows…

“The KJV was not based upon the KJV, it was a translation from the original languages.”

“Original languages” the original manuscripts are gone forever… no one has seen it in the modern world.

“Bibles to be accurate need to be translated from the original languages of Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek not the KJV”

the KJV is an accurate translation – NO ERROR.

“I am not even sure what you mean by cultural relevancy problems,”
Contextualization

“you don't think the English words had specific meaning within the culture of England in the early 1600's?”

The Word of God belongs to God; Man has neither permission nor the authority to change God’s words. The truths are revealed truth; it is not the product of man’s tradition or culture.

“For instance the word let meant to hinder (now it means allow), that would be translated differently in another language to convey the meaning of the original languages.”

The original languages – again…

Remember, it is He, The Lord God Almighty, whose power is beyond human comprehension, promised to preserve His Word.

Humanistic view of preservatio


News Item4/23/14 8:53 PM
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Mike, I have a hard time believing that all we are left with is this kind of thing, I mean, really? you take a bunch of friends from South America, you know what they could do with the space and land we have? we have regulated ourselves to this point! to an oligarchy. have you ever spent time in other countries? mom and pop run a market right in the middle of where people live. you can just walk there and buy what you need. mom and pop sells some vegetables from the backyard, you want a sample they'll cut open the fruit and let you taste it. its against regs to do that here. but adding defoaming agents is perfectly acceptable, grains that give all the rats tumors, kidney problems skyrocketing suddenly.... and the connection to the gluten allergy epidemic interesting too. ya, defoaming agents and plasticized oil, that's really the best we can do?

News Item4/23/14 8:23 PM
James Thomas | Florida  Find all comments by James Thomas
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http://www.ligonier.org/rym/broadcasts/video/questions-and-answers-mar-2014/

John Yurich, The question that keeps creeping into any conversation on these threads that is specifically aimed at your position in the Roman Catholic Church and believing in Jesus Christ alone for salvation is asked at the 11:30 mark in this presentation Q&A with R.C. Sproul and John MacArthur. Please listen to the 7 minute or so response they give.

God Bless


News Item4/23/14 8:07 PM
A good read  Find all comments by A good read
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Ever heard of Martyrs Mirror?
Sounds like some folks here should read it!
Free online.

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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
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Neil wrote:
Not everything on the Internet is sound, so you beg the question in calling it "information." The term "Puritan" dates to the 16th-century English Reformation; it's an anachronism, or at least misleading, to use it in any other context. And there was much diversity of doctrine among Puritans; some were Anglicans, some were Dissenting Reformed, while others were Arminian. There were also more bizare types like Quakers, Levellers, & Fifth Monarchy Men.
By now I am used to Christian writers, who are supposed to tell the truth, disseminating blatant fibs about church history. As for example, "The Trail of Blood," a particularly egregious Baptist example (and I'm a Credobaptist). By & large, secular historians do a better job, though they may spin it negatively.
As I said, Anabaptists do not date themselves prior to the Reformation. Here at least they have some integrity (though much of their doctrine I consider unbiblical).
Anabaptist would mean to baptize again so, immersionist go back to when the church started and then they didn't have to rebaptize until people started falsely practicing infant baptism. They LONG preceded the reformation.

News Item4/23/14 7:21 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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penned wrote:
--- and ceo makes 8 million a year while guy at the bottom makes 8$ an hour. that's something like $4000 dollars an hour.
is the ceo worth that much? no!
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I get what you're saying penned. The problem is who is going to determine what McDonald's CEO should be paid? Another government bureaucracy, perhaps a Wage Control and Income Leveling Agency? How would that work out when profits fall, their stockholders back off investing, and employees lose their jobs? $8/hr. might not look so bad then. I also wonder what the 1.8 million McDonald's employees would be doing, who only have jobs because some entrepreneurs back when started the company, and others have since managed it well. (The nutritional aspects of the food isn't the issue at the moment)

News Item4/23/14 7:08 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
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ladybug wrote:
neil,
you didn't read my comment correctly, I provided two links. This is the first link I quoted from - http://www.gotquestions.org/Anabaptists.html
Not everything on the Internet is sound, so you beg the question in calling it "information." The term "Puritan" dates to the 16th-century English Reformation; it's an anachronism, or at least misleading, to use it in any other context. And there was much diversity of doctrine among Puritans; some were Anglicans, some were Dissenting Reformed, while others were Arminian. There were also more bizare types like Quakers, Levellers, & Fifth Monarchy Men.

By now I am used to Christian writers, who are supposed to tell the truth, disseminating blatant fibs about church history. As for example, "The Trail of Blood," a particularly egregious Baptist example (and I'm a Credobaptist). By & large, secular historians do a better job, though they may spin it negatively.

As I said, Anabaptists do not date themselves prior to the Reformation. Here at least they have some integrity (though much of their doctrine I consider unbiblical).


News Item4/23/14 7:05 PM
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neil,

you didn't read my comment correctly, I provided two links. This is the first link I quoted from - http://www.gotquestions.org/Anabaptists.html

BTW, I am ONLY providing links, I am NOT for/against either link I provided, it's strictly informational.


News Item4/23/14 7:00 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
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ladybug wrote:
Obviously, you didn't read the link provided - http://www.rbc.org.nz/library/anabap.htm
Where does this article say anything about Anabaptists dating back to the 1st Millenium, as you claim? From what I've read, Anabaptists as such only date to the Reformation time frame. Not even Anabaptist historians say otherwise.

The other sects you mentioned had little to do with Anabaptism; the Albigensians in particular were pretty far out (though not deserving a brutal Crusade, either). The Waldensians in particular became Reformed after a delegation visited Geneva.


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Christopher000 wrote:
Everything else aside, I think Christ, the Lord and Savior of mankind; the creator of all that is, was, and ever will be shouldn't be characterized as an illegal, mind altering pot smoking, berry picking, stoner hippie who needs his munchie fix. I don't agree that it's ok to characterize the God of the universe as a proponent and user of mind altering drugs, that if nothing else, are gateways to a life apart from the Bible and harder drug use. The other issues mentioned are issues in and of themselves but the topic at hand, for me, is the complete degeneration of a respect for the creator. The world is turning Christ into some sort of comedy act to be laughed at and ridiculed.
So what makes this any different "everything else aside" simply attempts to dismiss the many ways in which Christ is falsely characterized,he is characterized as supporting the evil and wicked welfare state,homosexuality,evil government etc etc.

I don't think he should be characterized as giving clean needles to drug addicts,welfare to women who can't keep their legs closed and men who hate work,r as a tree hugging earth muffin.

The legality is not an issue,abortion is legal and I have heard people say Jesus would support that to


News Item4/23/14 6:45 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
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SteveR wrote:
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Anabaptists were hunted down like dirty rodents throughout civilized Europe because the vermin used religion as a cloak for political revolution
Now Steve, do you really think Europe during the referenced period of time should be called civilized?

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Obviously, you didn't read the link provided - http://www.rbc.org.nz/library/anabap.htm

In the future, try to refrain from insulting and making false accusations against others. If you cannot behave civilly, then perhaps it's best for you to find a Roman Catholic forum to entertain yourself with.


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SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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ladybug wrote:
Starting in A.D. 401, with the fifth Council of Carthage, the churches under the rule of Rome began teaching and practicing infant baptism. With the advent of infant baptism, the separatist churches began re-baptizing those who made professions of faith after having been baptized in the official church. At this time, the Roman Empire encouraged their bishops to actively oppose the dissenting churches, and even passed laws condemning them to death. The re-baptizers became known as Anabaptists, though the churches in various regions of the empire were also known by other names, such as Novatianists, Donatists, Albigenses, and Waldenses.
These Anabaptist congregations grew and prospered throughout the Roman Empire, even though they were almost universally persecuted by the Catholic Church. By the time of the Reformation, Martin Luther's assistants complained that the Baptists in Bohemia and Moravia were so prevalent, they were like weeds. -from gotquestions.org
A more detailed description is available at http://www.rbc.org.nz/library/anabap.htm
Oh paleeze jezebel of multiple names

Anabaptists were hunted down like dirty rodents throughout civilized Europe because the vermin used religion as a cloak for political revolution


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Starting in A.D. 401, with the fifth Council of Carthage, the churches under the rule of Rome began teaching and practicing infant baptism. With the advent of infant baptism, the separatist churches began re-baptizing those who made professions of faith after having been baptized in the official church. At this time, the Roman Empire encouraged their bishops to actively oppose the dissenting churches, and even passed laws condemning them to death. The re-baptizers became known as Anabaptists, though the churches in various regions of the empire were also known by other names, such as Novatianists, Donatists, Albigenses, and Waldenses.

These Anabaptist congregations grew and prospered throughout the Roman Empire, even though they were almost universally persecuted by the Catholic Church. By the time of the Reformation, Martin Luther's assistants complained that the Baptists in Bohemia and Moravia were so prevalent, they were like weeds. -from gotquestions.org
A more detailed description is available at http://www.rbc.org.nz/library/anabap.htm


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Dorcas | USA  Find all comments by Dorcas
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'The Mennonites (Anabaptists) trace their descent from the Waldenses,Petrobrussians and other ancient sects....Before the rise of Luther and Calvin, there lay concealed in almost all the countries of Europe, who adhered tenaciously to the doctrine which the Waldensians, Wycliffites and the Hussites had maintained'.
John Lawrence Mosheim
German Reformed historian.
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'I should not readily admit that there was a Baptist church as far back as 100 A.D., although without doubt there were Baptist churches then, as all Christans were then Baptists'.
John Clark Ridpath
Methodist historian

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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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GSTexas wrote:
John Y writes:
why would I want to become Protestant
Why would you want to remain in a "church" that Gods word calls accursed?
Galatians 1:8-9 "But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.
9 As we said before, so say I now again, If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed."
I am choosing to remain in the Catholic Church even if I trust in Jesus alone for salvation because Protestant Churches don't have Saturday Vigil services. And I like to attend Saturday Vigil in order to do other things on Sunday like lay around the house all morning.

Elsie, I worship the biblical and historical Jesus at the Saturday Vigil in the Catholic Church.

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