I think it's a disgrace that mothers should abandon their primary post -- their families -- for something they may perceive is more important or more glorious. You can call it patriotism -- but it just looks selfish to me.
Mike wrote: But when she did get back in the car, she was ordered back out again. Who was playing the power game here? It appears the officer was offended that she didn't ask "How high?" when he told her to jump.
Yes. But he had already placed her under arrest and so by trying to go back in the car, she was technically resisting arrest. Of course, the officer went overboard in the whole matter. But once it's started, he has to finish it.
Pastor Mike wrote: No, overpopulation and environmental destruction are evil. Sermon Audio was wrong to remove my comment as it did not violate their terms of service. You'll be hearing from my lawyer.
Dude. Take a chill pill and relax. Or better still, get a life.
Robert 1 wrote: I think the words were too strong, however, from meeting many home schooled children and from looking into a few lives of home schooled children, I think that there are some problems. Their whole attitude to life is different and they do not seem to be able to consider others views. They get a wrong idea of the world and are unable to interact and compromise. The home becomes less of home and more of the only world they know. Sorry, I don't think home schooling is always the best option.
You can find bad examples of any system (educational or otherwise) anywhere. You could say equally bad things or worse about the product of public education. So what's your point?
Faithful Remnant wrote: So the new president is already skipping church in order to attend the gym. Interesting. On Sundays I have often attended church and then gone to the gym later on the same day. What is so special about this gym that Mr. Obama has to skip church? Does it require an entire sunday to be there?
Is it any wonder that Obama skips church for the gym when Christians go to the gym themselves on the Lord's Day? It's the Lord's "DAY" -- the entire day. Not just the part where we go to church.
The problem with this country isn't the president, or even the people -- the problem is the pulpits!
overcomer401965 wrote: If Christ died for all sodomites then why are there some in hell? Are you saying that Christ died in vain for some people? Christ did not die in vain for anyone. Those whom He died for are saved. He may elect to save some of these but He doesnt have too. For He saith to Moses, I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion. Romans 9:15
Hey 'overcomer', relax. He's not saying that Christ died for the sodomites going to hell. But he's simply saying that even if you're a sodomite, there's hope for you. Like Paul said, "such were some of you.."