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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Your new refrigerators, coffee makers, let alone new t.v. sets could really pose a threat to you.
Spencer Ackerman and Sam Thielman in New York wrote:
Online threats again topped the intelligence chief’s list of “worldwide threats” the US faces, with the mutating threat of low-intensity terrorism quickly following. While Clapper has for years used the equivocal term “evolving” when asked about the scope of the threat, he said Tuesday that Sunni violent extremism “has more groups, members, and safe havens than at any other point in history”.

Domestically, “homegrown extremists” are the greatest terrorist threat, rather than Islamic State or al-Qaida attacks planned from overseas. Clapper cited the San Bernardino and Chattanooga shootings as examples of lethal operations emanating from self-starting extremists “without direct guidance from [Isis] leadership”.

SA has an interesting article.

One should remember, http://tinyurl.com/jfo6w2j (Is there a guide for kuffars to distinguish the real from the feigning “moderate” Muslim?)


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Ex-Priest John Feit Arrested in 1960 Murder of Irene Garza it's interesting what priests get away with. I first saw this reported on the following site: Abuse Tracker. So keep track of, Abuse by Priests!

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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This is a highly interesting article written by a professor of theology at Australian Catholic University. End of an Illusion: Recent Film Puts a Spotlight on Unthinkable Evil . He says this in the article besides quite a few other interesting things:
Neil Ormerod wrote:
Having lived with this issue for some 20 years, the only solution I can find is a "one strike" policy - one strike and you're out. In the face of credible evidence of abuse, a priest should be "reduced to the lay state." This is not about being unforgiving; surely forgiveness is available to all. But forgiveness does not equate to full restoration to a position of trust within the Church once that trust has been so wickedly abused. No second chances.
The film he is talking about , is about what happened in Boston . So this article should be quite a bit of interest to Americans as well . Also keep an eye on this site: Abuse Tracker. Come out of the Catholic Church

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John, go buy some Doritos - - perhaps as well if you're on Twitter tweet your support of them! This NARAL outfit is not amusing at all in California. Pregnancy Clinics Fight for Right to Deny Abortion Information .

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Rodney, please read the one I just put up but Phil Johnson did an excellent job of Christians acting like Muslims and Catholics involving themselves in politics!
Phil Johnson wrote:
...America’s moral decline has accelerated dramatically since evangelicals became politically aggressive in the late 1970s....they have been remarkably ineffective when it comes to using politics to reverse America’s moral and spiritual decline. In fact, if you measure their success or failure according to their own stated political ambitions, evangelicals have failed spectacularly in America’s political arena. Over the past quarter-century, they have not accomplished any of their long-term legislative or constitutional goals.
....Evangelicals have become accustomed to compromise. They have abandoned (or else are in the process of abandoning) virtually all the doctrinal distinctives that made them distinct from Roman Catholics and nominal Christians whose faith amounts to a kind of civil religion. Evangelicals have pretty much forfeited whatever real moral and spiritual authority their movement ever had.
excerpt from http://tinyurl.com/hbtgqek (Politically Incorrect?)

I would like to bring back Prohibition


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http://tinyurl.com/zhco69v (The Clean Power Plan's Dirty Secret)

Also there are too many women on the Supreme Court, well even one is one too many.


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A good article to read, I think most here will approve of it.

John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made through him, and without him was not any thing made that was made. 4 In him was life, and the life was the light of men. 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it....
14 And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. 15 (John bore witness about him, and cried out, “This was he of whom I said, ‘He who comes after me ranks before me, because he was before me.’”) 16 And from his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace. 17 For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.---ESV


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Penny, I have little problem of you trying to pass laws against abortion, with alternatives for mothers. If you think that is really going to accomplish something what a foolish waste of time!

'If "Christian activism" is God's will, Paul would have been the first to pursue it fearlessly at whatever cost. Yet Romans 13 tells us to obey rulers, and 1 Timothy 2:1-4 to pray for them -- not to attempt to change them by coercion. It is not only foolish but counter-productive to attempt to persuade the unsaved to live like Christians. They can't do it -- and if they could it would only blind them the more to their sin and need of a Savior.

'"Christian activism" involves today the well-meaning but foolish attempt to force "Christian principles" upon a godless society through more effective lobbying, larger demonstrations, and greater "social upheaval" than the homosexuals, abortionists, or pornographers can produce. But rather than pressure the ungodly to live like saints, we must win them to Christ that they might live wholly for God.' excerpt from, ---http://tinyurl.com/ypago4 "Christian" Activism?

The people you're trying to force to Christian ideals thinks it moral for women to have abortions


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Rodney, et al, see, (unfortunately the video will automatcally come up--but it's short thankfully.) http://tinyurl.com/hu6qhps (GOP’s Planned Parenthood critics face voter backlash).

There's a good chance that the video outfit was lying, if not well and good, but the majority of people support Planned Parenthood -- and no I don't I wonder just how often I have pointed out, Birthright International--Philosophy, Lincoln Crisis Pregnancy Center and What Reduces Abortion Rates?? Apparently never enough.

http://tinyurl.com/ypago4 "Christian" Activism is a waste of time, which Phil Johnson, pointed out in an excellent manner, in http://tinyurl.com/hbtgqek (Politically Incorrect?)


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John MacArthur had some more good comments, http://tinyurl.com/hclzev4 (When Should People Leave Their Church?) and What should I look for when choosing a new church home? Do you like those, just enough?

Actually, when it comes to elders there were a few who did stand up for what was right, and got relieved of duty. I found this interesting commentary about the whistleblowers in the Driscoll problem. Silver Lining in the Mark Driscoll Scandal. It's an interesting read. And like a bad penny, Mr Driscoll has seemed to returned.

Mr. Driscoll shows there needs to be an effective elder system in a church and not ones who apparently "yes men" for the glorious leader. Dan Wallace made a very good case for http://tinyurl.com/z4qqnqq (Who Should Run the Church? A Case for the Plurality of Elders)

I have a feeling there are more than one glorious leader out there who is demonstrating some of the bad characteristics of a Mr. Driscoll.


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John Yurich USA wrote:
Why would anybody in their right mind believe that Billy and Franklin Graham do not preach the biblical doctrine of salvation that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as ones Lord and Savior and trust in Him alone for salvation? They have preached in every Crusade that the only way to become saved is by embracing Jesus as Lord and Savior and trust in Him alone for salvation.
Because John Y., http://tinyurl.com/ytd3f (Billy Graham--General Teachings/Activities) and http://tinyurl.com/j5cyqqc (Billy Graham Believes Catholic Doctrine of Salvation Without Bible, Gospel, or Name of Christ). When it comes to theology it's father like son.

Dave, if not for John's sake you should always point out http://tinyurl.com/jarqvso (Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron?) and http://tinyurl.com/gl7n3al (Is the One True Church Roman Catholic?) are rhetorical!


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http://tinyurl.com/hdsaw98 (Google reverses Android ad-blocker decision) You will find an interesting list of ad blockers or your tablets and smartphones in this article.

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the lawsuit has been dropped. The school change this policy so only the names of the players can be on the plaque or a name designated by the player.

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Penny, I don't believe any of these women are paid to have abortions. they have to give approval that their aborted baby can used for research.

Most importantly, "Christian" Activism?

Don't like what's happening there? sending missionaries.


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Laura Turner wrote:
It is possible that Driscoll has learned from his past mistakes, and that he moves to Phoenix a wiser man. But a slight increase in wisdom isn’t all that is required of him, and he certainly hasn’t shown enough to bow out of church leadership altogether. He should find a new job for a while; one that doesn’t involve leading anyone or taking a paycheck from a church. His family needs to heal. His community needs to heal. Real wisdom in this scenario would involve humility, a total accounting of mistakes and responsibility, repentance, and a lot of unglamorous work. I don’t think he’s ready for that. Sadly, neither is Phoenix.
excerpt from the article that SA highlighted. As I said, it is a good article and should be looked at it in its entirety. It is not a long article either.

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What is moral and what is legal can be entirely two different things--and often are. http://www.snopes.com/pp-baby-parts-sale/

The veracity of the video makers has been brought into question on several issues.

"Two wrongs don't make a right!"


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Ah, GSMontana read the excellent article that SA put up about Mr. Driscoll! The answer is no, to your questions
Laura Turner wrote:
Driscoll has left a wake of destruction so severe that the entire network of churches he founded had to shutter its doors. He has never taken full responsibility for his abusive tactics, never apologized to many of the individuals who he wronged, and doesn’t appear to have absorbed much of a lesson at all from his failings. But he’s back again, like a whack-a-mole. This is what happens when church leaders don’t take responsibility for their actions, and don’t engage in the kind of counseling they need: They simply pop up somewhere new to wreak the same havoc in a different place.
from the SA thread article.

The Case Against the R-Rated Church (Interview) John MacArthur commentary on foul-mouth churches.

I would also add, One can wonder about Mr. Driscoll, q.v., http://www.driscollcontroversy.com/(a dearth of discernment), a good website to look over.

Another good article to look over, http://tinyurl.com/jkx3v5n (Christian Cults)


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Happy new year again! It's the Year of the Monkey. The new Chinese year is the one to go bananas over..

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Also more about the Canadian Cruz.
Katie Zezima wrote:
"Not to take corrective action is tacitly saying eh, it’s okay, or as Hillary Clinton said after Benghazi, 'what difference did it make?'" Carson asked. "I’m not saying it levels to the level of Benghazi, I’m saying it’s the same kind of attitude ... it’s water under the bridge, let’s not deal with it."
excerpt from Ben Carson: Ted Cruz’s response to ‘dirty trick’ is like Hillary Clinton after Benghazi

We need a real native born American for President -- not some Canadian!


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You had better point out those lessons, Mike (Mike that is you isn't it? and not Tony ? ) and how it applies to my commentary. Oh, something that is pretty good in that particular neck of the woods. Christian Fellowship Church. Billy Graham's old haunts, I would have some difficulty with.
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