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As for the article, I believe this pertains quite aptly for any who would adopt:
"And whoso shall receive one such little child in my name receiveth me. 6 But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea. (Matthew 18:5-6)"

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This teacher needs to be fired! If an NBA owner is going to be fired and banned from events for discrimination, this teacher should too!!! Discrimination is discrimination whether it's racial or religion!!!

News Item5/6/14 8:08 AM
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Doublespeak at it's finest. Free reading....

News Item4/29/14 2:01 PM
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It's quite remarkable how much this smells of Orwellian newspeak control; furthermore, the rest of the culture seems to identify quite nicely with huxley's brave new world. Not either or, but a blend of the two.

News Item4/21/14 9:09 AM
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The reason I appreciate these articles is that they magnify grace. When you consider Gethsemane, and spitting, and near death scourging, and thorns, and the mockery with the robe, and the nails in the nerves, and the literal suffocation, and etc; I take a look at that, and when I step back into Isaiah 53 and see that the physical pain, while the worst form of torturs and not to be diminished, was but a drop in the bucket compared to what he really experienced.
It makes you wonder, what is crushed? Was it total darkness and weeping and gnashing of teeth burning inside his very scars? We can't see crushed or forsaken, but the medical details do magnify crushed for sure.

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“ Great Sermon! ”
I needed this. Thank You, Pastor Chris.

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Anyone else find a little bit of humor in that, even in the comments section, the "old people are still lonely and sidelined"?

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You don't hack the bible, the bible hacks you.
I like to call it a GPS sometimes. In one sense it tells you where to go etc;
In another sense, it's an acronym.
G - God
P - performing
S - surgery
After all, it is sharper than any 2 edged sword

News Item2/14/14 4:28 PM
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As a recent Eagle Scout, this decision was saddening. However, if the troop is run by the church, the best place for a sinner is in a church where the Gopsel is preached. Of course, a little leaven can ruin the whole lump, but I at least hope that might optimistic wishes came true with some youth...

News Item2/4/14 11:35 PM
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It was a nice debate, quite civil, although the debate format does annoy me at times. When I wish the debaters would play "ping pong" and explore objections and evidence further, they have to throw everything against a wall and see what sticks.
But by in large, I feel Mr. Ham did an excellent job establishing the authority of scripture, and the nature of the debate being two philosophical non observable viewpoints.
The only thing I wish Ham had addressed was the fact that Nye repeatedly emphasized "you translation that has been translated numerous time into American English is the model we should trust."
I was wishing ham would point out that the translations are directly from the original languages, that a plain or natural hermeneutic isn't "literal" persay, and that Ham himself wasn't necessary for the creation model to work.
All in all, excellent though.

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They are streaming it live. And TC, no ken ham is much more equipped than comfort. This is ham's specialty and what he founded his ministry upon. Of course, I wish it was the chemist Dr. John Sarfati. That man has a crazy sharp mind.

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Hmm, that's funny. I'm probably attending a small Christian college next year who are called the crusaders. I see nothing wrong with it.

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Maybe if we started slaughtering babies, burning them alive on altars, impaling people, skinning them alive, and committing many other tortures (and other sins), Mr. Maher would send his own family member (as "prophets") to us murderers and beg us to repent of our wickedness at his own family members' danger, and warn us to repent for 100's of years before finally executing punishment, not just one or 2 years.
Or another case, maybe he would allow us to only come under captivity for 70 years instead of permanently forsaking ppl who broke covenant curses....

News Item1/17/14 3:23 PM
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Surely you aren't suggesting that we send no missionaries JSC? Doctrinal purity and acuity is a necessity most definitely, but better that they hear the Gospel from a poorly equipped missionary than not at all?

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Stevenr is right penny. For further words, adaption, speciation, natural selection like Steven mentioned.

News Item1/17/14 10:12 AM
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Without getting too involved,
Entropy is the word you're looking for Christopher.
And penny, I wouldn't even use the term microevolution. The word connotates that macro could be possible by years of micro, but I understand that what you mean is variation within a kind of species, but not gaining information evolution.

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I just don't see my most of my reading as immersing myself. I usually see it as dissection. I usually start with the premise that the authors are wrong, then cherry pick the good parts. That is why I am usually pretty harsh on characters and authors. Although, anne, you are right that some books have no good, as leavened thoroughly.
This is all to say, most of this literature isn't my first choice, and most all of "classic" lit that I've read has been assigned.

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Definitely did not see Anne's opinion in the Scarlet Letter.
Just because the literature is not explicitly christian doesn't make it bad. Besides well developed prose and plots, many of those books carry good themes. The danger of hypocrisy in Scarlett letter, horror of racism in Huck Finn, etc; No reason we can't keep the grain and discard the chaff on the famous literature.

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Personally, I don't know how I would function at a public school as such. I attend a small private in the south, so it's not a deal down here. Still, my every essay, how I read textbooks and assigns books, how I think about all my classes is from a Christian perspective. (To be clear, I don't mean a perfected perspective, but that that the bible and it's message are my default way of handling and processing information, doesn't mean I always process exactly correctly though, but I try). Point is, if they asked me any question, especially in English classes, I can't answer without thinking that way.

News Item1/3/14 12:08 PM
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Gs, SteveR is right in saying creation is important.
Consider: the wages of sin are death.
Death and sin are found in genesis 1-3.
Adam was the federal head of sin, but Jesus is called the last Adam.
Creation also addresses many atheists biggest (and understandable) complaint, the problem of evil.
Think Paul on mars hill as a creationist apologetic sermon.
I have a feeling ham will present the Gospel for sure.
My only problem with debates are that they are too rigid and focus on scoring and winning instead of sharing and talking.
There should be more friendly debates like the flew/habermas one where there are no time limits, just discussion point by point.
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