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Michael H., Bible reading where there are children, there should be done in a family setting with the father leading of course. Naturally,
1 Corinthians 14:9 So also you, unless you utter by the tongue speech that is clear, how will it be known what is spoken? For you will be speaking into the air. 1 Corintians 14:11 If then I do not know the meaning of the language, I shall be to the one who speaks a barbarian, and the one who speaks will be a barbarian to me. ---NASB
You might be surprised while I think the NASB is the very best Bible to be used in a church setting, and by adults. Perhaps for young adults, the NIV (1984 or earlier version), ESV, and yes, even New King James Version, though probably a John MacArthur Study Bible.
So, yes, I have no disagreement with what you said that the Bible corrects all errors, and as John MacArthur pointed out those suffering from Charismatic Chaos don't pay that much attention to the Bible.
Oh, if the John Y., is around just to remind him about The Papacy.
Thomas Ice wrote: My challenge is simply this: Since postmillennialism is on every page of the Bible, show me one passage that requires a postmillennial interpretation and should not be taken in a premillennial sense. After fourteen years of study it is my belief that there is not one passage anywhere in Scripture that would lead to the postmillennial system. The best postmillennialism can come up with is a position built upon an inference.
excerpt from the above. You will see that there is actually no Scripture that supports the Post- or Amillennial position.
Ups I'm going to have to look over your remarks. They look very well thought out. I'm sorry I didn't see them sooner. Anyway, here are some videos about concealed weapons in Lincoln Nebraska. I'm going to wait for the confrontations at high noon.
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
John Y., you forgot to add stupidity. A society without strong support for traditional marriage is a weak one.
Quite right, Lady Virtue, and it can be added,
1 Corinthians 7 2 But because of immoralities, let each man have his own wife, and let each woman have her own husband. 3 Let the husband fulfill his duty to his wife, and likewise also the wife to her husband. 4 The wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband does; and likewise also the husband does not have authority over his own body, but the wife does.---NASB
Nowhere in the New Testament is there support polygamy or polyandry -- even though in the Hollywood culture they practice in a serial fashion.
Michael, Pentecostals I don't hate, I do hate their frothing-at-the mouth theology My father and mother listened to this one (Assemblies of God?) who sounded intelligent, now my father may have attended a Methodist Church when he was young, and my mother finally coaxed him into attending one of these churches, ah, he never stepped inside a church on regular basis after that. He only attended funerals. So, I have a deep hostility to the Pentecostal movement.
Even as a believer I might think they should have had their rabies shot Now, John MacArthur doesn't hate charismatics, but he sees their actual independence from the Bible as an extreme danger to Christianity, "Doctrinally, we must have structure, we must have sound doctrine. We cannot fall prey to a system that resists any doctrinal categorization. But see, once you allow experience to be the test of truth, then you can't limit doctrine to the pages of Scripture."---John MacArthur excerpt from, http://articles.ochristian.com/article2177.shtml ("Experiences...source of truth?") Look over this commentary please
Jim Lincoln wrote: I'll repost it because it wouldn't displace anyone, and it's rather amusing video because it's so true. but since the only reason for Gaza's existence is the destruction of Israel, these people are begging to be deported. I see the USA has been doing the right thing during this conflict--- US Has Sold Ammunition to Israel Since Start of Gaza Conflict Too bad this isn't true or there would be many more people of different faiths in the Middle East. One State Solution -- YouTube