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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Well, I hope I'm not repeating somebody else's message, but then I didn't see that many on Luther's Bible anyway, so I might be pretty safe.
Wikipedia wrote:
...A large part of Luther's significance was his influence on the emergence of the German language and national identity. This stemmed predominantly from his translation of the Bible into the vernacular, which was potentially as revolutionary as canon law and the burning of the papal bull. Luther's goal was to equip every German-speaking Christian with the ability to hear the Word of God, and his completing his translation of the Old and New Testaments from Hebrew and Greek into the vernacular by 1534 was one of the most significant acts of the Reformation....
excerpt from Luther's Bible

Interesting commentary


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"The convicted paedophile Gerald Ridsdale has told the royal commission he's sorry Catholic Church officials didn't report his behaviour to the police because it would have saved "so many" children.

"The royal commission has heard that Ridsdale's offending first came to the attention of a bishop in 1961 but he was left to assault possibly hundreds of victims over the next three decades." excerpt from, Ridsdale admits Catholic Church should have reported him to police

Are We Really Catholic Bashing? Individual Catholics assuredly No! The Catholic Church as an organization, assuredly, Yes! Witnessing to Muslims, Catholics, and False Converts


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Politics Nebraska Death Penalty Backers Consider Challenges to Repeal.

Much as I hate seeing Nebraska's Constitution being cluttered up, I certainly support a petition and referendum, to put the death penalty into the our Constitution.


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Carl E wrote:
I Agree - and the way the devil does that is by making Catholics believe in a works salvation which leads to hell.
Roman Catholics, Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses and the video, Catholicism Crisis of Faith (54 Minute YouTube video).

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The bad thing is what the IRS said, these people weren't amateurs and apparently they got other information than that to obtain refunds. I don't know if free monitoring of people's credit is good enough.

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MichaelJ, I'm going to point out right now that most people digress from the topic, especially if they find a tangent interesting to them. Also this being a Protestant board (It is still that Moderators?) We should be able to put our digs into the main cult that most here consider the biggest, oldest, and baddest, and one that apparently uses the Internet quite effectively. The Romish Church should be fair game anywhere on SA.

So, I'm happy to see Romists on this forum as well, especially polite ones, I have no reason to hold back the truth, since I hadn't baited any specific person to respond to my comment on this thread initially. But a comment in passing to arouse such a response as was brought up by my first comment was an over-reaction on several peoples' part.

I don't complain about people who go off topic, e.g., about Luther's Bible, they were enjoying themselves and I just put up comments appropriate to the thread.

Yes, an http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_pulse either manmade or natural, e.g., giant solar flares, if memory serves, can wreck havoc not only with the Internet, but power grids, and I have a feeling that many modern cars would be turned into oversized paper weights too.


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Hot off the press
Summarizer for Distinctives of Dispensationalism wrote:
The two major distinctives of Dispensationalism are the method of hermeneutics used in the reading and studying of the Scriptures and the distinction between Israel and the Church. Approaching the Scriptures using the literal, grammatical, historical interpretation will result in recognizing the differences between Israel and the Church and in particular a futurists view of yet unfulfilled prophecies. The literal interpretation of Scripture will reveal there to be a rapture of the Church before the beginning of the seven year tribulation and the return of Jesus Christ to the earth before the beginning of the one thousand year kingdom over which He will rule and reign. Dispensationalists recognize that as history unfolds there is a progress of revelation given by God to man and that man is held responsible to the revelation that he had at his time in history. Hence, this responsibility has changed as history progressed and revelation increased. Also recognized is that all revelation given by God who is eternal, omniscient, wise, and unchanging does not change over the course of history....

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Galatians 3:28 There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free man, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus.---NASB
Albert Barnes wrote:
All are on a level; all are saved in the same way; all are entitled to the same privileges. There is no favoritism on account of birth, beauty, or blood. All confess that they are sinners; all are saved by the merits of the same Saviour; all are admitted to the same privileges as children of God. The word "Greek" here is used to denote the Gentiles generally; since the whole world was divided by the Jews into "Jews and Greeks"-- the Greeks being the foreign nation best known to them. The Syriac renders it here "Aramean," using the word to denote the Gentiles generally. The meaning is, that whatever was the birth, or rank, or nation, or colour, or complexion, all under the gospel were on a level. They were admitted to the same privileges, and endowed with the same hopes of eternal life....

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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MichaelJ. and Moderator Alpha, the RCC might be more open than you are on freedom of speech. The article was on a numbers game. but to make it more interesting I will give you a site reference on what the RCC thinks about about, The [RCC] Church and the Internet, from which
RCC wrote:
...Even when condemning serious abuses, documents of this Pontifical Council for Social Communications have been at pains to make it clear that ‚Äúa merely censorious attitude on the part of the Church...is neither sufficient nor appropriate‚ÄĚ.

Quoting Pope Pius XII's 1957 encyclical letter Miranda Prorsus, the Pastoral Instruction on the Means of Social Communication Communio et Progressio, published in 1971, underlined that point: ‚ÄúThe Church sees these media as ‚Äėgifts of God' which, in accordance with his providential design, unite men in brotherhood and so help them to cooperate with his plan for their salvation‚ÄĚ.[5] This remains our view, and it is the view we take of the Internet....

I would think this is related to the Internet, and should be bland enough to suit everytone's taste--including RCCers?

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Mourner,
Gil Rugh said or, wrote:
The span of resurrections revealed in Scripture spans from the resurrection of Christ through the resurrection of all unbelievers.

References in Scripture indicate four resurrections in God's plan that will include every single person who has ever existed.

Christ/First fruits - Matthew 28; Mark 16; Luke 24; John 20 has occurred.

The second (and next) resurrection will be of Church-age believers at the first stage of His second coming as part of the 'first resurrection' of mankind - 1 Corinthians 15:50-58; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18.

The third resurrection will come seven years later at the second stage of His second coming to earth, with the resurrection of the rest of the believers which includes the Old Teatament saints - Daniel 12:1-2 and the Tribulation saints - Revelation 20:4.

Lastly 1000 years later 'comes the end' when the resurrection of all unbelievers will occur - Revelation 20:11-15 when they will face Christ at the Great White Throne judgment for sentencing to eternal hell.

summary for, The Resurrections in Scripture.

Penny, the only relics I would have if I used the Reformed church method of Biblical interpretation.


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Lisa wrote:
Jesuit
or to expand that Lisa, Jesuit Casuistry He can't be a good guy until he renounces the Romish Church, http://www.gty.org/Resources/Print/Sermons/90-291 (The Pope and the Papacy)

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Michael3 the only one dropping the Romish church into the thread is yourself Unless you think the Book of Romans in our Bible is somehow Roman Catholic?

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JJ wrote:
Very true the division is being caused by the father of lies but see how subtly he (the pope) puts himself inside the house of faith ? this is the same father of lies who has anathematized the true Gospel and killed more Bible believing Christians than all other religions and the pope is the head of this religion. May the living God have mercy on people like myself who were born into this toxic religion and may they find true redemption in Christ Alone by faith alone.

Mike Gendron wrote:
One of the greatest dangers to Christianity today is the deliberate suppression of bibli¬≠cal truth for the sake of unity. The danger intensifies as we see many highly visible and influential Christians are jumping on the Vatican‚Äôs ecumenical bandwagon. Instead of warning believers that this false unity is the emergence of the ‚Äúlast days‚ÄĚ apostate church, evangelicals are embracing and applauding those who are engineering it. Instead of obey¬≠ing biblical exhortations and examples...
excerpt from, The Pope’s Push for a One-World Religion

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They have the Ann Corcoran video imbedded in the article, it's interesting to watch, I see the her organization has an interesting website at, https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/

By the way some of the interesting ways Australia is handling its "refugee" (This is the code word for "invasion" ) http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-32872835 (Welcome to Cambodia: What Australia isn't telling refugees) Hey! anything is a step up from a Muhammadan nation!


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GSTexas please see the commentary for Galatians 3:16 of JFB, part of which,
JFB wrote:
... promises--plural, because the same promise was often repeated ( Gen 12:3, 7 15:5, 18 17:7 22:18 ), and because it involved many things; earthly blessings to the literal children of Abraham in Canaan, and spiritual and heavenly blessings to his spiritual children; but both promised to Christ,...
excerpt JFB commentary for chap 3 (See 16th verse)
JFB again wrote:
Eph 2:12
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¬† ¬† ¬† covenants of promise‚ÄĒrather, ".¬†.¬†. of the promise," namely, "to thee and thy seed will I give this land" (Ro 9:4,Ga 3:16). The plural implies the several renewals of the covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and with the whole people at Sinai [ALFORD]. "The promise" is singular, to signify that the covenant, in reality, and substantially, is one and the same at all times, but only different in its accidents and external circumstances (compare Heb 1:1, "at sundry times and in divers manners").
excerpt from JFB Eph2 (See 12)

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Penny and lurker, actually I probably should suggest you read the very last article in this list of URLs first. you will see it isn't the dispensationalists that have things confused.

The First Foundation: Consistent Literal Interpretation , Premillennialism: The Second Foundation , Futurism: The Third Foundation , and Israel / Church Distinction: The 4th Foundation after you get done reading these, please check out, What do you do with a future National Israel in the Bible?


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State Senators vote to repeal the death penalty The Lincoln Journal Star did a good job on reporting this disgusting event and a list of Senators who ignored Nebraska voter wishes,

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Penny, have you looked at the Joseph Farrah article yet? (You know the founder of WND) , http://www.sullivan-county.com/id4/farrah_jews.htm (The Jews took no one's land). The Jews were the ones who lived in Israel consistently through the centuries, certainly not the Arabs

You and SteveR really have to listen to the following sermons, etc.

In the following two sermons Dr. Rugh used a book by a Reformed theologian to compare Dispensational and Covenantal hermeneutics
The Covenants of Scripture, part 1 and The Covenants of Scripture, part 2 The following two PDF files especially the chart will be quite helpful in following the above sermons, Dispensationalists: Covenants and Dispensations Part I by Thomas Ice (PDF) (Short) and Summary of Dispensations and Covenants (PDF) (This is quite good).

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