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You mean, BRF, that God has, "The whole world in his hands," as that song would say. in that respect, there is The Universal Kingdom of God. This existed before the physical coming of Christ, and is still in existence to this day. It also existed before there was the Church. The actual physical Kingdom will not be set up until after the Tribulation. I will point out that Tribulation is Not for the Church

Hopefully, I have already pointed out the nonsense of Dominion Theology/Kingdom Now/Reconstructionism.


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Rodney K. wrote:
...and you have no problem with the RC"C", but have been "saved" (in your brother's nondenominational church)...
, thanks for pointing that out, Rodney, those who are saved, Come out of the Catholic Church

By the way, S.C. Senate votes to remove Confederate flag.


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Mike wrote:
I do have an unregistered chainsaw. Is that wrong? America wants to know.
Only if you have a silencer on it.

Speechless, the church pointed out Jews, gentiles, and even a greater distinction, women believers. Are you gentlemen advocating a unisex church, God doesn't. Christians are all saved in Christ, but differences in race backgrounds are pointed out, they aren't ignored in the New Testament, conflicts between them were pointed out no doubt to show that they were to be resolved, not just ignored. Hellenistic Jews and the Judean Jews when they became Christian had their problems, and one the first martyrs Stephan, was a Hellenistic Jew and this is pointed out in the Bible.

So, differences in backgrounds are not overlooked, but they are overcomed.


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johnmac wrote:
Never heard of a "Christian Flag".
This because there actually isn't one.
Gil Rugh said or, wrote:
....The Bible does not say we are in the Kingdom. The Bible does not say the Church is to build the Kingdom. The Bible does not say the Church is the Kingdom.

Confusion is growing concerning what the Church is, what is its responsibility to society, and what the Bible teaches about building the Kingdom.

Our 'Christian society' is placing a strong, yet unbiblical, emphasis on the Church in terms of it building the Kingdom. Heavily promoted, world-wide plans to improve society, unify the world and build the kingdom sound like good ideas, but they are not responsibilities God has given the Church, hence He has not given the Church the means to do so....

excerpt from the summary for, How the Church Relates to the Kingdom

Flags represent political entities, the church isn't one. Oh, by the way, "Christian" (?) Flag.


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Ah, John Y, What's So Wrong With The Eastern Orthodox Church?, it's too much like the Catholic Church. We all know that http://jashow.org/wiki/index.php?title=Should_Roman_Catholicism_Be_Considered_a_Christian_Religion%3F-- the answer is a resounding no!

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free Books wrote:
The Hyles Effect: free book : pdf download:Cloud
This book documents the life and ministry of Jack Hyles, who pastored First Baptist Church of Hammond, Indiana, for 42 years, and Jack Schaap, who took over the pastorate of the church when his father-in-law died in 2001. But the book is not merely about two men. It is a warning about a cultic model of ministry that has spread very far. Hyles set the pattern for errors that are still rampant. And the book is a positive call to build biblical churches.
Just giving it a quick perusal it looks quite good.

I will also refer to the articles that was in my first message, and as I pointed out even a broader problem than that of Hyle's legacy that of adulterous pastors, for which I gave two references in the message before yours, and I would add, Wise Men Live Out God's Wisdom a very good sermon on adultery, and one can surmise from it, why does one want a fool for a pastor?


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B. McCausland wrote:
Though it is basic that "it pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe" the forwarding of the faith may include personal witness, the publishing of books, hosting conferences, or building visual witness aids as a Creation Theme Park.
The real issue has to do with flaws in motives, agendas, personal character and aims, purpose, or methods of financing it...
Excellent statement, the whole thing which I didn't repeat.

2 Corinthians 2
17 For we are not like many, peddling the word of God, but as from sincerity, but as from God, we speak in Christ in the sight of God.---NASB


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While this can be interesting, my Español has heavy coating of rust on it, and then Portuguese is somewhat different than Spanish, means this site doesn't have much attraction to me.

Unfortunately, these people are probably not Evangelicals

The Guardian wrote:
The Pentecostal message which is preached in the outskirts of cities and the favelas puts a lot of emphasis on the individual as being responsible for his behaviour if he wants help from God too.
The article is interesting but Pentecostals are not Evangelical, The Charismatic Movement--35 Doctrinal Issues or for a lot longer comment on Pentecostalism, http://articles.ochristian.com/book2177.shtml (Charismatic Chaos)

The article from the "Guardian" Is interesting so give it a read.


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Mike, I wasn't quite correct, about my not saying nothing complimentary about Hillary, Hmm, I don't see too much complimentary in the SA thread, http://www.sermonaudio.com/new_details.asp?ID=42153&SID=419152350391 (Hillary Clinton, social gospel Methodist to the core). I think if you'll go to this link you'll won't just be able to pop back to this thread, depending on your browser? Open it in a separate tab and don't try to post to both threads at once!) I thought I said something really kind about Hilly, but I couldn't find it in that thread. I must be really against having a nanny for a leader and Billy as First Philander of the country. But at least she's a Protestant -- of sorts. All I said in that thread though, I don't see any reason to change. Both Republicans and Democrats have to work harder at getting a centrist candidate, with conservative moral values.

Hilly and Billy do have the same greed as Republicans and Republican greed has a lot more to do what happens to my pocket book, remember, http://billmoyers.com/episode/plutocracy-rising/


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Penny, what families, do you include the Bushes? Speaking of families, I haven't heard of Randy lately.

I would suggest that you take a look at http://billmoyers.com/episode/plutocracy-rising/ , which does include a transcript and links to other interesting articles.

Hmm great minds must post at the same time, Mike. Oh, you mean, The Inadequacy of Moralism and God's Sovereignty Over Rulers & Nations? Say, I'm glad you brought those up. When did I say anything nice about Hillary? I don't remember anything. but considering the bozos that the Republicans are running, no doubt the next time we address the president a new one, it will be Madam President. I don't know anything about Bernie, and I'm trying to avoid the topic as long as possible.


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This has been a problem with past and present Republican candidates for President. They have shown some good ideas in a few areas such as support for it is, and doing something about the immigration problem. But Mr Trump, is an excellent example of the weakness of many. For one thing, moral failures, he's been married three times and he like Romney are excellent examples of Full Show: Plutocracy Rising

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Michael Cipriano wrote:
While it may seem strange that a former KGB agent who spent most of his life in a communist and aggressively non-religious police state would form an alliance with the church, experts say it makes perfect sense, at least politically. Putin backs the church, which in turn calls him a "God-given leader," because he believes it is part of a national tradition, not to mention some 71 percent of the Russian population consider themselves members.
excerpt from Power of religion: With Putin's help, Russian church grows as political force

The Russian Orthodox Church was a part of government during the czars and it wants to be part of government again.


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English Rose, an excellent comment! Just a little more detail. http://www.biblebb.com/files/GRBAP.HTM) Baptism: Truth or Tradition

Unfortunately, I'm afraid the Royals are not interested into looking at the long term effects of living water which are good, but at the short term effects of having living things in their water, which is alright - - for viewing things in the short term.


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Of course these CEOs are leading an organization that is an abomination, but it also happens to be a legal one. Will get many illegal threats and actual violence. As Rick Santorum said, ' "While we can and should work to defund Planned Parenthood and push back against government mandates that force Americans and religious institution to violate their faith," Santorum said. "Violence against our fellow citizens has no place in a freedom-loving America."' excerpt from, [URLE=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/02/planned-parenthood-bomb-wisconsin_n_1396665.html> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/02/planned-parenthood-bomb-wisconsin_n_1396665.html (Planned Parenthood Bombed In Wisconsin) . Also from this article is this quotation, "According to the most recent statistics from the National Abortion Federation, there were 114 violent attacks against abortion providers in 2011, including three physical assaults, one bombing, one incident of arson, 27 counts of vandalism and eight burglaries."

If this was a decent organization, and was facing the same threats, you could say these people are actually earning their income.


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s c wrote:
The only special water is the Living Water! If only they knew.

John 4: 12 Are you greater than our father, Jacob, who gave us the well, and drank of it himself, as did his children, and his livestock?”

13  Jesus answered her, “Everyone who drinks of this water will thirst again, 14 but whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never thirst again; but the water that I will give him will become in him a well of water springing up to eternal life.”


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David L wrote:
I think the issue is that we should be discerning not only with the content of the message but also with the practices of its messengers. One can benefit from creationist materials whether AIG or otherwise. (I have.) What is distressing with regards to "ministries" and "churches" in general are their worldly business practices. In the case of AIG, they're building a Christian theme park and are going to sue the state because they're not receiving tax incentives. This is just absolutely bizarre. Why didn't the apostles host conferences, publish books, create media empires and coalitions, build theme parks? It's all big business. Look up the revealed parts of these guys' salaries. (MacArthur, Sproul, etc)
And yet.... Philippians 1:18 To God be the glory.
Ah, you might mean http://creationwiki.org/Institute_for_Creation_Research ( Institute for Creation Research ) ? I use quite a few of their articles here. But looking at this friendly site, there's quite a bit of nepotism with this organization I will probably keep using it, but it does leave the "hmm" feeling with me.
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