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So they like John Locke -- Interesting!
Patrick J. Connolly wrote:
While Locke’s views on toleration were very progressive for
the time and while his views do have an affinity with our
contemporary consensus on the value of religious toleration
it is important to recognize that Locke did place some severe
limits on toleration. He did not think that we should tolerate
the intolerant, those who would seek to forcibly impose their
religious views on others. Similarly, any religious group who
posed a threat to political stability or public safety should not
be tolerated. Importantly, Locke included Roman Catholics in
this group. On his view, Catholics had a fundamental
allegiance to the Pope, a foreign prince who did not
recognize the sovereignty of English law. This made Catholics
a threat to civil government and peace. Finally, Locke also
believed that atheists should not be tolerated. Because they
did not believe they would be rewarded or punished for their
actions in an afterlife, Locke did not think they could be
trusted to behave morally or maintain their contractual obligations.
excerpt from John Locke

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Neither Dr. Combs nor Dr. MacArthur are liberal q.v. The Preservation of Scripture, q.v. The Biblical Position on The KJV Controversy nor for that matter the Canadian from where this article came from, Canada says "NO!" to KJV only.

Even if there were perfectly preserved copies OS the Bible out there they wouldn't be in English! --what a racist idea! The original autographs were not in an overwrought Elizabethan form of it, B. McCausland.


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An infamous ISIS member having a hard time? Why did 'Jihadi John' flee Islamic State?

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Christians aren't supposed to make themselves obnoxious. legal definition of disturbing the peace .

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Apparently the Board of Education in Texas should go back to school!
R.P. Nettelhorst wrote:
The early church summarized the Christian message in six
points:
1. Jesus came from God.
2. You killed him.
3. He rose again on the third day.
4. He sent the Holy Spirit
5. Repent and be baptized.
6. He's coming back.
An individual who would not acknowledge this much of the
Christian message could not, by any stretch of the imagination, be called a Christian. The founding fathers of this country did not
acknowledge this message. In fact, they denied it.
excerpt from, http://www.theology.edu/journal/volume2/ushistor.htm (Notes on the Founding Fathers and the Separation of Church and State)

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Some Vaccines Support Evolution of More-virulent Viruses from which,
PLOS wrote:
He [Nair] also recommends vaccination for individual protection. "When evolution toward more-virulent virus strains takes place as a result of vaccination practices, it is the unvaccinated individuals who are at the greatest risk. Those who are not vaccinated will be exposed, without any protection, to the hottest strains of a virus. Our research provides strong evidence for the importance of getting vaccinated."

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Good to hear Dorcas.

I never found any article on a rational site, including however even a Romish site didn't liked Erasmus -- but this one did!

James White wrote:
Mangan’s description of the letter is probably more colorful than the original. Erasmus said, “You must distinguish between Scripture, the translation of Scripture, and the transmission of both. What will you do with the errors of the copyists?”31 At any rate, Dorp was eventually won over. But his attitude was a common one, and one that Erasmus did battle with for years. The reason is that Erasmus believed “in the existence of a Greek text a faultless original which, once found, could be deciphered properly with the aid of reason.”32 This was not the official church position, however. Ten years after Erasmus’s death, the Council of Trent officially established the Vulgate text, and condemned Erasmus’s work.
excerpt from, http://vintage.aomin.org/erasmus.html

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I was hoping to find a more neutral source to back up Canadian Cruz's allegations, but the closest I could come to it, http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/07/27/mitch-mcconnell-john-cornyn-push-through-voice-vote-to-fund-planned-parenthood-protect-obamas-iran-deal/ (Mitch McConnell, John Cornyn Push Through Voice Vote to Fund Planned Parenthood, Protect Obama’s Iran Deal). If I can find a more--well even neutral source!--I will put it up. I don't expect fair reporting on a political side, from its extremist supporters, but when an extremist from the other camp says the same thing, I find that very confirming.

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Thank you, John UK! You know SA, really don't like a person to have a string of comments all tied together, though sometimes I really though rarely find that as a necessity. Well, I did give you the polite view quite a few times, of The Biblical Position on The KJV Controversy. Of course a Bible has to be contemporary English, which automatically makes the NKJV, the Amer. KJV, and even the Geneva Bible with modernized spellings etc. Far better than the KJV. But really also how often have I had to point out, Comparing Bible Translations or just to get to the point, Comparing Bible Translations--Conclusions

Are there modern translations worse than the KJV yes, the NWT of the JW's probably worse than the OWT of Anglican Church. But, I consider the New King James Version a much better Bible than the KJV. Of course Westcott & Hort were than Erasmus an anti-Christian. Anglican sometimes Christian--Catholic ones never


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History will determine how good of President he was, from a secular viewpoint. He certainly was better than the last one, and considering the menagerie that is running on the Republican side of the fence, just toss a rock into that group, back in 2012 'Are the Republican candidates all crazy?' We have many of the same old faces, but some new faces can be added to this mix bag of nuts. Which Republicans are running for US president in 2016? But I don't think this newspaper was able to keep up with the growing total.

So, no matter which party's candidate wins the Presidency, in comparison, President Obama could end looking very good -- from a secular point of view.


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First of all getting back to the most important part of the whole topic which I think most of you ignore, except saying it isn't really important that a person can understand the Bible, Apparently you can put the KJV on a table lay your hands on it, and you'll be infused with Biblical knowledge! An American pastor translated Elizabethan into English and came with a readable text of the KJV.

I Corinthians 14:6 Now, brothers, if I come to you speaking with tongues, what shall I profit you, except I shall speak to you either by revelation, or by knowledge, or by prophesying, or by doctrine? 7 And even things without life giving sound, whether pipe or harp, except they give a distinction in the sounds, how shall it be known what is piped or harped? 8 For if the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle? 9 So likewise you, except you utter by the tongue words easy to be understood, how shall it be known what is spoken? for you shall speak into the air. 10 There are, it may be, so many kinds of voices in the world, and none of them is without signification. 11 Therefore if I know not the meaning of the voice, I shall be to him that speaks a barbarian, and he that speaks shall be a barbarian to me. ---American KJV

Oops ran out of space!


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I wouldn't use the a NKJV that didn't have those notes --even though they are all too easy to ignore-- the critical texts are more accurate than the Textus Receptus. As the NKJV authors pointed out, one has the best of both worlds.

I again can ask you gentlemen this, http://www.bible.ca/b-kjv-only.htm#errors (Errors where the KJV translation disagrees with the Textus Receptus). I also you gentlemen have a true KJV with the marginal notes where the KJV translators weren't sure of how something should be translated? You also have a corrupted KJV Bible if you don't have the Preface, q.v. The Preface to the King James Version And the King James Only position and the Apocrypha in it.

Again of course, http://www.dbts.edu/journals/2000/Combs.pdf (The Preservation of Scripture)


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Geneva Bible Notes wrote:
Romans 13:1:
Let {1} every {a} soul be subject unto the higher {2} powers. {3} For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are {b} ordained of God.
(1) Now he distinctly shows what subjects owe to their magistrates, that is, obedience: from which he shows that no man is free: and the obedience we owe is such that it is not only due to the highest magistrate himself, but also even to the lowest, who has any office under him. (a) Indeed, though an apostle, though an evangelist, though a prophet; Chrysostom. Therefore the tyranny of the pope over all kingdoms must be thrown down to the ground. (2) A reason taken from the nature of the thing itself: for to what purpose are they placed in higher degree, but in order that the inferiors should be subject to them? (3) Another argument of great force: because God is author of this order: so that those who are rebels ought to know that they make war with God himself: and because of this they purchase for themselves great misery and calamity. (b) Be distributed: for some are greater, some smaller.
Oh, and I might add, Rendering To Caesar---A Biblical Perspective On Government Think before you act

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No, Observer, you pay attention to Dr. Combs because he's right' One thing is obvious the KJV is in error, I suggest you get a copy of the Geneva Bible. Sorry, Dave, I meant you not Frank. Dr. Combs --I think-- fairly presents various positions on the preservation of Scripture. It's handy to because it's all in one place.

Chris, take a look at John MacArthur Study Bible -- I believe the notes are the same no matter what the version.


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Dave, I would suggest that I to download this file, it is a long one. it gives the different ideas on the preservation of Scripture, including the KJVO position. http://www.dbts.edu/journals/2000/Combs.pdf (The Preservation of Scripture). I would assume that it is reasonably fair towards that position, but Dr. Combs doesn't agree with their own ideas and he explains why. It is a lengthy and somewhat academic reading, because after all, Dr. Combs is a seminary professor

SteveR, surely you jest or at least have your tongue firmly planted in your cheek. the last thing that King James wanted was an impartial Bible - - and he got his wish. as I have pointed out I don't think the Arminian position disqualifies a person from being a Christian, but I don't think it is the correct one either.


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Apparently he didn't agree with you on queer marriages once upon a time. on the other topics I assume an Internet search would answer your question.

2 Peter 2
20  For if, after they have escaped the defilement of the world through the knowledge of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, they are again entangled in it and overcome, the last state has become worse for them than the first. 21 For it would be better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than, after knowing it, to turn back from the holy commandment delivered to them. 22 But it has happened to them according to the true proverb, “The dog turns to his own vomit again,” and “the sow that has washed to wallowing in the mire.”


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Apparently were referring to a previous happening before 2014? Mr. Coy shouldn't be a pastor anymore! Florida megachurch pastor resigns after admitting to adultery, watching porn, or anytime in the future. http://www.gty.org/resources/print/articles/A256 ( Should Fallen Pastors Be Restored?)

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Frank, all you have to do is look at the file, PDF type, preservation of Scripture. this article by a professor of the New Testament at the Detroit Theological Seminary, should explain it to you.

I have to say the first time I heard about the KJVO arguments. "You can't really mean that!". after all these years, that is still the most perfect statement on the situation. I'm somewhat tongue-in-cheek about the Geneva Bible, but except for a certain group most people consider it better then the KJV by a long ways. anyway, for free you can see the Geneva 1599 Bible in contemporary English on the BibleGateway site. I'm quite happy with the NASB or for that matter the ESV. as I have stated in previous messages, I am sympathetic with the NKJV.

So Mike looking at the above statement do I really have that many lines in the water?


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1 Timothy 1
Of course, we know that the law is good if a person uses it legitimately,Romans 7:12 9 that is, if he understands that the law is not intended for righteous people but for lawbreakers and rebels, for ungodly people and sinners, for those who are unholy and irreverent, for those who kill their fathers, their mothers, or other people,Galatians 3:19 Galatians 5:23 10 for those involved in sexual immorality, for homosexuals, for kidnappees, for liars, for false witnesses, and for whatever else goes against the healthy teaching1 Timothy 6:3 2 Timothy 4:3 Titus 1:9 Titus 2:1 11 that agrees with the glorious gospel of the blessed God, which he entrusted to me. from the ISV


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