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Stranger,
The comparison you used is a stretch at best. The KKK did carry out terror against people, but are far from the numbers and zealous adherence toward their "cause". The KKK/Neo-nazi crowd is completely shadowed by those who follow Islam. In fact, the former is really a boogeyman anymore. They can hardly muster up a few dozen people for a march. Plus, I haven't seen daily attacks, burning of people alive, filmed beheadings, filming of children shooting people, or a host of other atrocities being committed on the level of Muslims by "racists". Apples and oranges friend.

News Item6/30/17 4:35 PM
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MS,
I regret you and the kids had to endure this sin. I am concerned with overreaction by some who would rather see any education through Christian means to be shut down through scare tactics. Thanks for the clarification.

News Item6/30/17 3:26 PM
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MS,
How do you know that? "Magnets for pedophiles?" A bit of unsubstantiated hyperbole.

News Item6/29/17 10:02 AM
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Jim,
Nice use of worldly false logic through the creation of a false dilemma. Your argument was used by Abortionists to get the Roe v Wade outcome. Why do you find it incumbent upon yourself to seek a loophole to clear biblical truth? The devil was the original "Hath God said?" Questioner, why are you taking up his mantle?

News Item6/28/17 4:59 AM
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Broad is the way that leads to destruction.
Narrow is the path that leads to righteousness.
God is separating the goats from the lambs, glory be to God.

News Item6/23/17 6:10 AM
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Jim Lincoln,
Give it a rest. ALL have sinned and come short of the glory of God. Your not committing this dreadful sin isn't because your NOT Catholic, but by the grace of God. Enough with the churlish posts.

News Item6/10/17 6:02 AM
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Gay Allen
Let me finish your thought....there I go BUT for the grace of God.

News Item6/9/17 10:54 AM
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I commend Russell Vought, stand firm on the foundation brother.
As for the "outrage" towards Senator Sanders, he represents the consensus of American politicians and a good majority of the population. Jim Lincoln is right on this one.

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Global warming adherents are the flat earthers of our time. Arrogant ignorance is an appalling phenomena.

News Item5/31/17 3:08 PM
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Frank,
The subject matter relates to those who profess to be God's children but are in religious groups with serious theological errors and can they true believers or not. Look at nearly any book in the Old Testament and you will find Israel falling into some form of idolatry or wandering. I used this as a reference for my point.

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John 6:54,
Martyrdom is not a choice, it's a privilege. Further, please qualify your statement. Based on what do you make such an assertion?

News Item5/31/17 2:42 PM
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Frank and Ladybug,
I was asking a legitimate question, not nitpicking or trying to wander off. Ladybug DID state she believes God would not have his elect remain in a dangerous organized religion. Hence, my question concerning the Reformers.
There was a time, multiple times in fact, that Israel strayed into idolatry and false doctrine, but GOD still had His people in the midst. I am genuinely trying to understand how you reconcile your statements.

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Ladybug,
Do you believe any of the Reformers were saved prior to the Reformation, or anyone in Europe while under Roman Catholic dominance? There is no doubt the RCC is doctrinally in the wilderness, but to think NO ONE is saved is presumptious. I don't know if any or all of those murdered by ISIS were Christians, but do find it hard to believe that any one on here knows.

News Item5/24/17 7:45 AM
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John from Atl,
You adhere to a Pelagian view of sin, plain and simple. Jesus was NOT formed with the seed of a man, hence the miraculous nature of his birth. How do you miss this in the gospel accounts?

News Item5/23/17 12:49 PM
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Lie Defector,
You stated "Nobody has the faintest clue what biblical reconciliation with God actually is."Does this include yourself or the rest of the professing church excluding yourself?
Further, if man had an inkling of good in him, what need of Christ? Man could cultivate that good and follow the law and prophets, meeting God's standard of righteousness. Your hyperbolic accusation of history's greatest heretic is unfounded and rather absurd. Especially when you rank Augustine and Luther as 1 and 2.
Who then, Detecor of lies, has been a standard bearer of theological purity? Judging by your view of Luther and Augustine, Pelagius seems the logical choice by reason of you perspective.

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Ladybug,
You do well in reminding me and all to exult the Exulted One who moved within our "heroes" of the faith. Without Him we can do nothing and all the good we have is received. Thank you sister.

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John from Atl,
One thing that still alludes your understanding is the difference between anti-semitism and anti-Jewish. Hitler NEVER desired Jews to be saved or become Nazis, he wanted them exterminated. Luther did have harsh words towards the Jews RELIGIOUSLY as he did toward Papists.
You come across as if there was some sort of other church somewhere that REALLY had it together. Goodness man, David was an adulterer and had his mistresses husband murdered. Peter denied Christ three times with cursed language. Paul stoop by while Stephen was stoned to death (murdered) and was on his way to Damascus to literally split the church up and corral Christians. Yet, Luther is to be condemned for all eternity.
Again, why do you minimize grace?

News Item5/18/17 2:52 PM
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John from Atl,
What did Luther espouse that was not Biblical, in his teachings? What teaching was so bad that you question his faith?
I find it confounding how flippant you come across, as if challenging someone's faith was a rather small affair, as if it were challenging someone's opinion over sport or something.
We must take these matters seriously.

News Item5/18/17 11:10 AM
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John from Atl,
I would, as B. McCausland has respectfully suggested, advise you to read not only the history of Luther, but his own writings to get a better perspective of this brother in Christ. Start with the Babylonian Captivity and the Bondage of the Will by Luther and THEN tell us how Roman Catholic he was in reality.
Again, to disparage fellow Christians is neither right or edifying.

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John from Atl,
Right you are to say sin matters, but ALL sin to include are own. If we took one quote, one action, one moment of indifference from Moses, David, and all the Apostles, we could find numerous Hitler's that would agree or condone it. But grace is sufficient the Lord declares.
Luther was imperfect, he conceded that fact numerous times in his life, but the grace and guidance of our Lord Jesus Christ used this unworthy vessel to reform a most wretched Popish church and translate His word into the people's language, advancing the gospel and literacy as the article highlights.
Please do not minimize grace.
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