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News Item3/21/17 10:56 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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John Yurich USA wrote:
I go to Adult Sunday School before worship at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings. The attendance is very low at that Adult Sunday School class. This coming Sunday 26 March I will be Baptized via immersion at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings. The Baptism will take place in the indoor pool of a nearby hotel.
Lets hope the men will learn from your example, and certainly their kindness towards you will be remembered on the Last Day

News Item3/20/17 10:03 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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Carl in Greensboro wrote:
Where is it specifically in Scripture where women can not preach (i.e. proclaim the Gospel); else Jesus and the angels violated that by commissioning the women at the empty tomb to tell his cowardly apostles that He had risen indeed. I see the prohibition on not teaching men and usurping man's authority. I see where they are to learn silently and not blurt out questions when a regular service is going on; but should women not be allowed to ask question in Bible Study? REALLY??? And when Paul said that 2 or 3 prophets should take turns prophesying was he excluding the daughters of Philip the Evangelist? By the way, aren't we men breaking the order of prophesying 2 or 3 at a time by having only one man speaking the entire time?
Carl
The Scriptural position against Women Pastors is quite sound. What I don't understand is why the most zealous of Churches have so few men willing to teach, not just men for leadership but leaving most Sunday School instruction to the women of the congregation. Arent children the most important asset of a Church? Even further, my experience has shown men turn out in lower numbers for Bible Studies in sound Churches vs their liberal couterparts

News Item3/16/17 12:13 PM
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Diane wrote:
Does anyone know the significance of the 6 colors on the sodomite flag and the true rainbow which has 7 colors?
Good Question

Wiki says they changed it to six colours because the 7 coloured flag couldn't be displayed well on street posts (which sounds like boloney)

they are probably offended by a true rainbow


News Item3/14/17 5:55 PM
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I fail to see why people cant realize what BM has been saying for days. Either they are prejudging her posts or they have been blinded. Either way, its time to move on

News Item3/10/17 2:24 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
It is easy to recognize a street sign.
Maybe people are waiting for another Biblical wine article? To me, its a bit of pain to play check the squares. What are we kids? It takes me longer to get validated than to post(probably because its from my phone)

Me too Lottie. Even though I can toggle, its a pain


News Item3/10/17 1:48 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
I did not know that SermonAudio banned individuals. Why would anybody be banned from posting on SermonAudio?
I think its less busy because of the new authorization. How are people that frequent here to know what a street sign looks like?

Sermon3/7/17 2:34 PM
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Ruth, Exposition # 4 of 4
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“ Excellent Sermon! ”
Thank You Pastor Joyce Very edifying sermon for Christians wanting to understand the shadows of our redemption in the faithfulness of Ruth and Boaz in the Mosaic Law

News Item2/15/17 12:39 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
Unprofitable Servant, If River of Life Church is no longer a Baptist Church then why do church members who have Facebook accounts state under Religious Views that they are Baptist?
I just went to the website. Your Church didn't change their doctrine, just their name as a recommitment to the community they serve. I would say they appear much like any other Independent Baptist Church that dot the landscape in MN.

Its also possible that the title 'Baptist' brought negative connotations to some in that community


News Item2/15/17 10:12 AM
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Kev wrote:
mod·er·a·tion
ˌmädəˈrāSH(ə)n/
noun
1.
the avoidance of excess or extremes, especially in one's behavior
This reminds me of how drinking in moderation saved Western Europe from the Islamic hordes. History suggests Prince Charles repelled 80k Umayyads with a mere 30k Frankish troops at Tours. The truth is, Charles the Hammer scoured the Loire Valley for irregulars. He would show up at villages about 1am like this

Peasants: Hail Prince Charles!
Charles: What ya guys doing?
Peasants: Drinking in moderation {hiccup}, TVs aren't invented yet. Otherwise we would be watching womens Volleyball too{laughter}
Charles: Didn't you hear the Islamic Hordes are coming? Come fight with me
Peasants: Every year there is a horde. If your army loses, we will pay taxes to them. btw, Would you or the Princess like a drink? Its Biblical {burp}
Charles: Umm, that's my horse not the Princess
Peasants: I thought that crown was kinda big. But we don't want to fight and die
Charles: Umayyads will forbid you drinking
Peasants: YOU HEARD CHUCK! Grab your pitchforks!!


News Item2/14/17 5:34 PM
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News Item2/14/17 3:43 PM
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John Yurich USA wrote:
It is not a former Baptist Church. It is still listed as being a Baptist Church. Pastor Steve has called it a Baptist Church. Members of that Baptist Church who have Facebook accounts state that they are Baptist under Religion. And I have repeatedly stated on here that I do not put my faith in the RCC way of salvation. I put my faith entirely in the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation. I will respond more later as I ran out of space.
Please continue John Yurich

News Item2/14/17 3:19 PM
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Dave wrote:
You are truly reading a different account of the first miracle than I.
I see wine, you see non alcoholic wine.
You see a boozefest, SC sees a non alcoholic grape beverage that people enjoy more than the previously served wine(which was probably a really good wine).

Which is the greater miracle?


News Item2/14/17 10:15 AM
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""She also said the surveys and the pop culture leave out other aspects of the hook-up culture.
“One thing they don’t talk about here is the roles of alcohol and drugs in casual sex. What one can see in other kinds of surveys is that when people decide they’re going to do completely anonymous ""

I'm sure they didn't mean drinking in moderation


News Item2/13/17 7:12 PM
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Anne wrote:
Really, just a question with zero ulterior motive. I do not and will not reply to the poster under the name SteveR; as a matter of fact, I skip anything with his name, just fyi.
Can I answer if I don't use my SteveR ID?

News Item2/13/17 6:20 PM
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Dave wrote:
Steve r is a wolf, he jokes of child rape by the Catholic Church.
Be warned, he is a creep
I regret to bother you during your days of prayer and reflection, as you promised us a couple of days apart from your wisdom. But now that you are here, a question requiring your special judgment, what is the most elegant fortified wine to serve with vegemite?

News Item2/13/17 6:14 PM
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Christopher000 wrote:
Don't forget sleeves and gloves.
Sleeves and gloves?

We were just messin' with ya Chris, but I might just tune into that


News Item2/13/17 5:53 PM
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you obviously caught wrote:
woman's volleyball. The men are usually covered from shoulder to knee when playing. Which goes to show there is no advantage to the way the woman are attired, if you want to call it that, in their matches.
Chris must have thought women had similar outfits, but coverage to the ankles plus head coverings.

News Item2/13/17 5:20 PM
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I find it entertaining that when the pro fermented grape crowd wants to justify their wine position, they consult current culture, current definitions and religious tradition. They insult Sola Scriptura in their bias. Its a very Catholic thing to do

I'm sure the BJU educated moderators are enjoying the hypocrisy as well


News Item2/13/17 10:34 AM
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Kev wrote:
Last thing to you Steve. Do you agree with that statement? I'll tell you what, I wouldn't attend BJU. SermonAudio is a great blessing to many.
Last word? My Sodom and Corona crack was about CA, not you.

Even the teetotalers at my Church wouldn't agree with the BJU statement. Not because we use real wine at the LORDs Supper and they partake, but I think they believe Biblical wine is ummmm wine. I certainly hope they don't feel coerced to accept a bit of wine.

Judges 9:13   And the vine said unto them, Should I leave my wine, which cheereth God and man, and go to be promoted over the trees?


News Item2/13/17 10:05 AM
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Kev wrote:
I can't imagine one saying yes to this, which really is the basis for this whole discussion. SC also says she doesn't believe in baptism either so maybe she would answer yes.
You cant imagine it, because you grew up in Sodom & Corona. Don't you know SA is the unseen arm of BJU? Here is their position statement on alcohol

" Bob Jones University has taken a consistent stand for complete abstinence from the use of alcohol since our inception in 1927. Bob Jones University does not believe the Scripture condones the beverage use of alcohol by Bible-believing Christians. We will not retain a faculty or staff member or a student who uses alcohol or promotes its use.
Bob Jones University believes that the Christian is called to a life of growing conformity to the image of Christ and that the beverage use of alcohol hinders this conformity and growth in personal holiness. It is the University’s position that total abstinence is crucial to the believer’s unhindered and unobscured testimony—in the home, among fellow believers in the church, in the workplace and in society at large."

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