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Your show was good. It's hard to find anyone addressing these topics today - largely because of the postmodern "If it's okay for you then it's okay" attitude that is overthrowing true authority in the church. And, taken together, they point in a very dark direction. I just have one comment, though, about cremation. The scriptures don't appear to address this topic directly. Certainly you can point to historical attitudes about burial vs. cremation, but this issue (on its own) isn't quite so straightforward. Yes, any true Christian is looking forward to the redemption of the body - but Paul speaks about "giving the body to be burned" in the same breath as faith, prophecy and giving away all one has. In other words, the destruction of the flesh is important in the context of intent. If I mark myself in ritual or brand myself or drink blood etc..., that is a form of abomination. But if someone can't afford a burial (just as an example) and cremation is the option, how is that demonic? Isn't God the God of the living? Wycliffe's bones were burned - many martyrs gladly gave themselves to be burned for the furtherance of the gospel. In essence, they were voluntarily cremated. I Cor 3:17 says those that DEFILE the body are destroyed. Isn't that different from cremation?

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An excellent introduction into a critical (and difficult) subject. I'm looking forward to reading your upcoming book on Islam.

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“ Dr. Carrick does this parable justice. ”
A fine exposition!

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If this pastor knows his bible, he also knows that he that lives by the sword dies by the sword. Let him that think he standeth take heed, lest he fall. It's a dangerous place to be - calling fire down on one's adversaries.

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Technically speaking, if you read the text literally, it also prohibits using the Lord's name as a curse word. I wonder if they'll enforce THAT?

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It's sad, really, when someone who has claimed to be a defender of the flock acts no differently than an NFL quarterback in the face of outrage over wrongdoing. Both are trying to use the name of Jesus to defend their own pride instead of submitting to their humiliation that it may work humility and true repentance. Neither are reflective of the response a Christian is supposed to have yet both profess a faith in Christ.

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If Vick has truly found Jesus, then he will be very willing to accept all responsibility for his actions and fall on the chief cornerstone and be broken to pieces. If he hasn't, then he will continue right on looking for sympathy, and trying to save himself further loss.

William Tyndale has a good quote about what God does to (and with) the lives that are truly submitted to him:

"If God promises life, He slayeth first; when He builds, He casteth all down first. God is no patcher; He cannot build on another's foundation"

So if Vick truly found Jesus, he should get ready for more shaking, casting down and "killing". But at the end of all that is true joy.






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