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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Bob Smietana wrote:
Scott McConnell, executive director of LifeWay Research, said
the divides among evangelicals will remain regardless of twists
and turns in the election season.
“This group of Christians shares the same core beliefs—but
they don’t vote the same way,” said McConnell. “There are
significant cultural and political divides among evangelicals
that will remain long after the election is over.”

“The evangelical label has picked up political and social
overtones that mask any patterns that are actually tied to
evangelical religious beliefs,”

The representative online survey asked 1,000 Americans four
questions about core evangelical beliefs on the Bible, the
crucifixion of Jesus, salvation and evangelism. Those who
strongly agreed with all four (17 percent) qualified as having
evangelical beliefs.
The idea is to define evangelicals by belief rather than self-
identified religious affiliation, said McConnell.

---http://tinyurl.com/l8a5wel (2016 election exposes
evangelical divides)

Guess what! Evangelicals who don't vote Republican are just as Christian as those who do.


News Item3/28/17 8:07 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Dan Box of the "Australian" wrote:
The perpetrators of institutional child abuse across
Australia have been overwhelmingly adult men, most
commonly members of the clergy and their victims
most like to be boys aged between 10-14, a royal
commission has heard.

Thirty six per cent of the more than 6500 victims who
have given evidence in private to the commissioners
said they had been abused by multiple perpetrators, the
commission heard....

“The majority of perpetrators were adult males, that is
nearly 94 of child abuse victims reported abuse by a
male perpetrator,” counsel assisting the commission,
Gail Furness SC said.
“The positions held by adult perpetrators within
institutions most commonly reported were members of
the clergy — that is 32 per cent, teachers [ ] — that is 21
per cent and residential care works — that is 13 per
cent,” she said.

as reported in the http://tinyurl.com/hs3yvm7 (Abuse Tracker)

What would make anyone think that American parochial schools are any better then Australian ones?!

I agree with you, WFP.


News Item3/27/17 6:28 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Somewhat by accident I found out that Fox News seems to keep track of such things if you follow the links on this story, Biblical king's palace uncovered beneath shrine destroyed by ISIS, you will find a link to the Scrolls also.

The Christian Post gives more of a religious twist to this story then Fox does. See ISIS' Destruction of Tomb of Jonah Reveals Ancient Inscription, Winged Bulls, Lions of Biblical King


News Item3/27/17 2:41 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Adriel, I will disagree with you on this one. It's not "let go, let God." do something under God's guidance parents take a very active role in their kid's education.

http://www.home-school.com/groups (Homeschool World: Homeschool Organizations and Support Groups) is still a good source, it even looks like my church, may have a homeschool organization, anyway it has the same name as my church.

"https://www.homeschool-life.com/ne/heartland/
Heartland Home Schoolers is a Christian, volunteer-run, non-profit organization whose mission is to provide educational and social opportunities for home schooling families in the greater Lincoln, NE, area. Our membership is open to any home schooling family, regardless of religious beliefs."

and the first one mentioned on the list (See Encouraging and supporting Christian families who educate their children at home) for Nebraska is quite well-known, so you have your pick for homeschool organizations in Nebraska.

Anyway, an active participation in one's children's education is called for be they home-schooled, in a Christian school--or in public school is called for!


News Item3/27/17 2:26 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Actually, John Y., these people are anti-Jewish and anti-Israel (the same thing)
Debra N. Cohen wrote:
Upset, Wellesley women turned to Patti Scheinman, Wellesley Hillel’s director, and David Bernat, the Jewish chaplain, along with student leaders of the Jewish community, for support. They jointly pushed for a meeting with Wellesley’s SJP leaders.

Both Hillel employees were abruptly fired last week by Wellesley College, with administration officials offering “restructuring” as the reason.

Read more: http://forward.com/news/israel/209671/wellesley-fires-hillel-leaders-even-as-anti-israel/

--http://tinyurl.com/ke2akxd (Hillel Leaders Even as Anti-Israel Activism Rises)

So, yes, John these professors are anti-American, and no doubt pro-Palestinian.


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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As long as you remember First Day and the Shabbat are not the same thing, and of course every day is the Lords day.

Again the reminder
Colossians 2:16 Therefore let no one pass judgment on you in questions of food and drink, or with regard to a festival or a new moon or a Sabbath. ---ESV
The sabbath will always be Saturday.

http://tinyurl.com/j598mv7 (Understanding the Sabbath)

Only nine Commandments for Christians, the ones that Christ reiterated


News Item3/27/17 2:03 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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You not only don't get what you pay for, but you can get it faster on Amazon?

I bought stuff on Amazon, and it was basically what was advertised, but like a relative of mine said, they sale dreams (not unlike politicians ) So, even stuff from Amazon itself can be a letdown, but yes, I got some very good things from Amazon as well.


News Item3/27/17 1:54 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Considering parochial schools are every bit as bad as bottom-end of public schools, John, No!
former Franciscan priest Emmett McLoughlin wrote:
In his book, Crime and Immorality in the Catholic Church,

It is my contention and my sincere conviction, from my experience in the Catholic educational system, my life of fifteen years in the priesthood, and thirteen years of constant observation and intense study since leaving the Church, that its influence on all civilization has been far more of evil than of good....

Morally, this book will show the high rate of crime and sin among Roman Catholics everywhere, and particularly in the United States. It will also demonstrate that this immorality is not in spite of Catholic education and training, but directly because of it

excerpt from, Should Roman Catholicism Be Considered a Christian Religion?.

Many public schools are more moral than any parochial school Now Lincoln does have some good private schools, e.g., https://lincolnchristian.org/ and http://parkviewchristianschool.org/


News Item3/27/17 1:44 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Mike see below, though in this case Canadians --don't-- agree with their government!
William DiPuccio, Ph.D. wrote:
Americans [Canadian ] and government officials who deny that there is a religious link between Islam and terrorism face a disconnect between their idealism, which seeks the good in all things, and the hard edge of historical reality. Western liberal optimism places its faith in reason and the essential goodness [(?!)] of mankind. According to this worldview, Islam is a religion of peace, and, given favorable political and economic opportunities, even terrorists can be persuaded to live in harmony with the rest of the world.

By seeing Islam through this lens, American idealists and their European counterparts are projecting Western democratic values upon the Islamic world in the sincere belief that in the end, reason and human goodness will triumph.[4] As many of these values, discussed in detail below, are at the core of America’s identity, errors in judgment can have grave consequences for American foreign policy, domestic security, and even our constitution.

--http://tinyurl.com/zersfql (Islam and Extremism: What is Underneath)

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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James M. Arlandson wrote:
An authoritarian ruler must get a grip. The first policy that he imposes on his people shuts down free speech that expresses dissent and criticism, especially if the speech questions the leader. He takes any questioning of his opinions and decisions as a personal insult of him, the head of state, and therefore a threat to his society.

Muhammad laid down severe restrictions on such free speech. He assassinated many who insulted him. In the Quran, he promises death and eternal damnation if anyone deviates in words and action from Allah and his messenger. In the hadith (Muhammad’s words and deeds outside of the Quran), we read that he kills dissenters and insulters. Later legal rulings, rooted in the Quran and hadith, follow his lead and decree that hard-hitting speech must be stifled. Indeed, the dissenters must die, if they cross the line.

excerpt from, http://tinyurl.com/2rb5ob (Muhammad’s critics and their deaths--Why the West must protect freedom of speech).

News Item3/27/17 12:38 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Yes, Mike, a a child is supposed to learn how to fit into society be a productive member of it. no man is an island unto himself. Speaking of islands the children who live on tropical.islands learn how to fish go after pearls and shells and few other things for a living. They can't sit around like a swami and expect to be fed by others.

Speaking of Jewish culture , Jesus father taught him how to be a carpenter. He probably was good at it and he probably would have been happy at it - - except his heavenly Father had other plans for him. So what is your take on it? All the kids are supposed to be hippies and sit around and contemplate the stars or whatever they want to contemplate?


News Item3/26/17 4:49 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Penny, your idea can and would work in Alaska , but for a people in an industrialized society they need something more than a simple education.

Now, admittedly these people have smart kids, the type I would add should be home schooled, and they also will be able to fit into the complex economy of the United States. See http://tinyurl.com/zay3gto (Meet the 'Brainy Bunch,' family with 7 kids in college by age 12)


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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You-do-realize, I'm glad you made a point about pulling verses out of context. I suppose you get what you pay for, but I believe you can get all the McGuffey readers, anyway, on example, http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/14640 (McGuffey's First Eclectic Reader, Revised Edition by William Holmes McGuffey). There is site which I know nothing about, which suppose give you complete course for elementary school (and perhaps beyond, https://allinonehomeschool.com/. I would suggest that you check first with a homeschool organization that is nearest to you again see, http://www.home-school.com/groups (Homeschool World: Homeschool Organizations and Support Groups) would be the best thing to do.

By the way for a person I mentioned earlier Phil Johnson, John MacArthur's second in command had some interesting comments about that person in -- http://tinyurl.com/knqazth (The Foolishness of Preaching the Gospel). An excellent sermon by Phil, and quite polite I might add.


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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You mean, UPS, you support:

Colossians 2:16 Therefore let no one pass judgment on you in questions of food and drink, or with regard to a festival or a new moon or a Sabbath. ---ESV

The sabbath will always be Saturday.
See Understanding the Sabbath


News Item3/26/17 2:43 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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For everything you probably don't want to know about Unitarianism, on the John Ankerberg site, http://tinyurl.com/h8z9dyj (Unitarian Universalism) You might find some of the 7 parts of the series interesting. I know of one Unitarian who became a Christian. There's a part on that. Really a lot of time spent on a group that numbers around 100,000? But still, if you live in a University town (for example like Austin Texas) you have an opportunity to run into them.

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James Thomas wrote:
I would be curious of what evidence has lead you to arrive at your conclusion that the KJV is the most accurate translation?
We respectfully disagree with John UK, James, and I would suggest you read Comparing Bible Translations--Conclusions and I would also suggest that you see John MacArthur's The Biblical Position on the King James Version Controversy.

If you have at least a comparative Bible with the KJV to translate it into English, that would be fine of course also. Why there aren't more helps out for the KJV as there are for Shakespeare's plays to make them comprehensible to the modern reader is a shame that isn't explained adequately.


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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"Homeschool World: Homeschool Organizations and Support Groups
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"The original and best database of homeschool organizations and support groups, arranged by state and country. Updated regularly."

http://www.home-school.com/groups/

It certainly works for Nebraska anyway. In fact it had some organizations listed that I didn't know about.


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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BDM wrote:
-  One former employee of Focus on the Family has coined the term "Dobsonology":

"Dobsonology is a mixture of psychology, humanism, New Age, political activism and ecumenism packed in a silver box of morality; it is tied with a golden ribbon of assorted Scriptures -- not necessarily in context. It is being sold to the Christian Community in lieu of Biblical authority through sound doctrine by James Dobson and his Focus On The Family Organization."

FOTF is heavily engaged in public policy, and Dobson himself is very politically active. FOTF has 35 affiliated political groups in 35 states under the direction of extremely strong grass roots lobbies. About 4% of FOTF's annual budget is devoted to public policy projects, voter education, and lobbying (i.e., over $4 million!). Dobson himself has served in a variety of consulting capacities to the Carter, Reagan, and Bush administrations, and was nominated by (then) Senate majority leader Bob Dole to the Presidential Commission on Child and Family Welfare in the Clinton administration; he received the loving attention of virtually all of the 1996 Republican presidential candidates, ...

---http://tinyurl.com/azvwg (Exposé Dr. James C. Dobson)

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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John for Jesus wrote:
It would be nice if more Christians attended public schools so as to witness to their fellow classmates.
Yes, J4J, and what's more, many of the smaller and Country School Districts will not be anti-christian. The following schools below are always anti-christian So Dobson is strangely silent about the following.

former Franciscan priest Emmett McLoughlin wrote:
In his book, Crime and Immorality in the Catholic Church,

It is my contention and my sincere conviction, from my experience in the Catholic educational system, my life of fifteen years in the priesthood, and thirteen years of constant observation and intense study since leaving the Church, that its influence on all civilization has been far more of evil than of good....

Morally, this book will show the high rate of crime and sin among Roman Catholics everywhere, and particularly in the United States. It will also demonstrate that this immorality is not in spite of Catholic education and training, but directly because of it

excerpt from, http://tinyurl.com/jyeqozv (Roman Catholicism Christian
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