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They have been turned over to their lusts. This petition is a fruit of God's judgment upon them. Their judgment is our testing. Will we trust in God alone, or fear men?

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Sorry, hit the add comment too soon. Luther still held a semi-catholic view, as I perceive it, of the communion elements. He was once in a debate of which he repeatedly stated in German "this is my body, this is my body" referring to Christ in the upper chamber. He wasn't totally in step with spiritual cannabilism, but wasn't fully detached from Catholic influence.

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Though I praise God for Martin Luther; I do not believe his view on communion. Consubstantiation is Christ's presence over, under, and through

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This is the real front lines of the war, devilish popery mixing it up uber popular preachers. The way of the world, particularly in societies that were once influenced by the Church, is directly connected to the straying from and down right denial of biblical truth. This meeting or conference is the fruit.

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A land that once had the light, but has turned its back on it to embrace darkness...receives darkness. Islam is God's tool, renember that.

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Pastor, and his congregation, should have known these two were living in sin and promptly address it. If they refused to repent, discipline should have been administered. If repentance didn't manifest; excommunicate. Very simple. Don't bemoan his violated " religious rights", bemoan his ignorance for not knowing his congregation.

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S.Taylor,
I would have to know what exactly is " speculative" about his theology to affirm your statement. Have you read any of his works, after his Manichean days? His theology is Christ centered.

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Augustine' s Confessions and City of God stand head and shoulders above all other ancient texts. Not only did he speak to what IS, he pointed to the great I AM . Thank God for His work through Augustine.

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Mike H,
No animosity or attempt to stir things up. This is a forum to discuss and/or debate. It is good to have our faith tried, its iron sharpening iron. You make good points; but some have been questionable, hence my disagreement. Nonetheless, we serve Christ; thereby making us brothers.

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US,
You're creating a false dilemma. The conversation is grounded in the INTENT of the preacher. He stated the purpose of his SPEECH, to break a record. He indicted himself, how's that hopping on the high horse? Just because we add "doing it for cause" doesn't mean it necessarily gets divine approval. According to HIS will, not ours.

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SteveR,
Remenber the girl in the NT who was yelling and proclaiming that Paul was a man of God, of which Paul told her to be silent. Or, when Jesus commanded us to do not take the LORD'S name in vain and not to throw pearls to the swine. The preacher unequivocally stated his intention was to break a SPEECH record. His words, not our jealousy.

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Runethegoon and Humble Pie,
After reading the thread from yesterday and today, I see the points you are making. The devil, and demons, only acts according to the will of God. Therefore, they cannot possess unless God decrees, according to HIS will. The casting out of demons and all divine power working through men served as a fulfillment of God's purpose and, again, validating that He is God alone and those men are servants of God. God doesn't give gifts for the gift's sake, or even for our sake. He does it for His glory and to accomplish his will. Understanding scripture doesn't mean we claim expertise; but is indicative of the indwelling Holy Spirit.

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Scott,
Dan D read the article...that's how he knows the preacher was motivated by breaking the record. There is no defending this at all.

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Mike H,
I have to disagree with your blanket statement about casting out demons. I do NOT disagree with the premise that, if God enables, true believers could exorcise demons. The interpretive center of gifts, of any gift, is purpose and sovereignty of God. The casting out of demons by Christ and Apostles was the benchmark, the validation that Christ is God and the Apostles were hand selected by Jesus to spread the gospel. God does not give those gifts for the mere exorcizing of demons or physical healing of people. It would turn into a sidesshow, eclipsing the merciful hand of God. If there were true exorcism and healing taking place, a great awakening would necessarily occur.

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Alice,
Thank you for your balanced and humble response. Sometimes we are guided by moral law of the world, especially here in the West. We bemoan certain laws, statements, and a persons oath, but forget the Sovereignty and Grace of God. I suppose Israel should have voted David out of the Monarchy because of his complicit actions in Uriah's murder and his adulterous relationship with Bathsheba. Whether any President is a Christian, truly, like any of us, is left in the hands of God. But, to assume they are not because they have failings and are on the wrong side of an issue does NOT disqualify them. To do so is to contradict scripture and deny grace for someone while presuming it for ourselves.

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Wow, Swear. ..they do make decaf coffee. Skull & Bones was in the past, much like all who once walked hand in hand with the devil, like you, me, and all Christians.

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Christopher and John,
A muslim in the NFL was penalized for gesturing to his god. I think it is great the kid understands the source of his abilities and offers up praise to Him who is worthy.

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Jim,
We cannot assume, from our comfortable, indulgent country, that Mideast Christians are "nominal". Christ's church is EVERYWHERE. The media or Wikipedia do not dictate reality.

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Christianity Today should take the word Christian out of their name. Is this the end of Mideast Christianity? Has Christ returned?! Christianity doesn't diminish in persecution, it thrives as Tertullian understood. As Christians we need to see the world through the lenses of SCRIPTURE, not news articles and commentaries. NOTHING can snuff out the body of Christ. Hallelujah!

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Luther did come out of darkness by the grace of God and was used for His purpose. I praise God for the heritage of the Reformation and all those who would "stand" for the Truth. We need Luthers, Calvins, Farels, Knoxes, and others in our day. The "Protestant" church may have swayed away from the Popish error, but has established its litany of errors. May we all seek Christ ALONE, in His SCRIPTURE ALONE, by GRACE ALONE, through FAITH ALONE, to the GLORY of GOD ALONE.
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