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TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2006  |  23 comments
Harvard Christians On The Rise
Harvard United Ministry chaplain Jeffrey K. Barneson says Harvard has a reputation for being irreligious. “I get these calls from people saying, ‘Oh I’ve heard that Harvard is a godless place,’” he says.

This reputation may soon be no more. According to University President Lawrence H. Summers, the evangelical Christian community here at Harvard has grown significantly.

Speaking to prospective freshmen during prefrosh weekend, Summers said that the number of students at Harvard who identify themselves as evangelical Christians has doubled in the last decade. ...


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News Item5/8/06 12:17 PM
Neil | Tucson  
Anything goes for the papacy and other apostate churches, so long as it's false.

I was just now reading a footnote in Vincent Cheung's "Systematic Theology" (q.v.) wherein he says: "A system may claim to be a divine revelation, but can it survive scrutiny? Besides the self-contradictory claims of Islam, the Koran at some points acknowledge the Christian Bible, but then makes claims contradictory to it, and thus the entire religion self-destructs."

Kaboom!

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News Item5/8/06 12:04 PM
Disciple  
GG

Sometime ago I wrote, "The RCC bible - Ah yes- a book used to justify all things to all men! The syncretism of Rome will mean that the RCC bible will never be a closed canon... we await the time when the RCC adopts the Hindu Scriptures and the Koran as its own

.. its only a question of time... watch this space!!"

Well, instalment 2:

go and look at this link:

http://www.geocities.com/cfpchurch/koranpope.html

See what JP II is doing!! How long do you suppose it will be before the RCC adopt it for their own?

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News Item5/5/06 10:02 AM
GG | USA - South of the Mason Dixon Line  
"something that comes out of the rear end ..."
I know, I know......you are talking about Papal Bull!"

SDG...Let me explain the obvious! Bovine effluent is the domain of 33k, you need a horse for the other.

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News Item5/5/06 9:54 AM
GG | USA - South of the Mason Dixon Line  
"Typical papist idiocy. I assume GG has never read the whole apocrypha as well as never having read all the 66 books of the Bible.

Which is more idiotic, to read most of all of God's word or to ignore the part that you don't approve of? It is dangerous to ASSUME anything my dear 33k. I have read most of the proto-canonicals, most of the deutero-canonicals, but if you use 'Apocrypha' to mean uncanonical books why should I bother?

"...he's certainly full of something...out of the rear end of equines."
MyResp: If so, perhaps we have something in common after all...you're just a bigger equine that I am.

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News Item5/4/06 6:53 PM
SDG  
"something that comes out of the rear end ..."

I know, I know......you are talking about Papal Bull!

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News Item5/4/06 4:23 PM
33k  
Equanimity?

GG "Bolshoi! I already have the best Bible available, because it has ALL of God's word not just the stuff that palitable to Prots. "

Even if that proud puffed up boast were true it is rendered pointless by this admission:

GG "Peter: "GG has admitttedly never read the bible.
MyResp: I said, "I've never read the entire bible". Typical Prot mendacity."

Typical papist idiocy. I assume GG has never read the whole apocrypha as well as never having read all the 66 books of the Bible.

I don't know about equanimity but he's certainly full of something that comes out of the rear end of equines.

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News Item5/4/06 12:46 PM
Disciple  
Oh dear...losing your equanimity? Touched a raw nerve?!
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News Item5/4/06 11:58 AM
GG | USA - South of the Mason Dixon Line  
You watch it buddy...if a blind man can see anything of worth?
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News Item5/4/06 11:55 AM
Disciple  
The RCC bible - Ah yes- a book used to justify all things to all men!

The syncretism of Rome will mean that the RCC bible will never be a closed canon... we await the time when the RCC adopts the Hindu Scriptures and the Koran as its own

.. its only a question of time... watch this space!!

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News Item5/4/06 11:38 AM
GG | USA - South of the Mason Dixon Line  
Bolshoi! I already have the best Bible available, because it has ALL of God's word not just the stuff that palitable to Prots. The Catholics were definitely with Christ 2000 years ago and still are to this very day. And if Jesus says to gather, who are you to say no! Your drivel amounts to Chaff in the wind!
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News Item5/4/06 10:47 AM
Disciple  
GG

Wrong again... go get yourself a good Bible which does not contain the perversions of Rome.

The verse actually reads:

He that is not with me is against me: and he that gathereth not with me scattereth

That is what Rome does.. it scatters, because it is not with Christ.. It is Anti-Christ.

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News Item5/4/06 10:06 AM
GG | USA - South of the Mason Dixon Line  
"Those who do not gather with me will be scattered"
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News Item5/4/06 8:40 AM
kn | usa  
I know, Disciple. Thanks again for putting it in words far greater than I can. God bless you!
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News Item5/4/06 7:11 AM
Disciple  
GG

"In what is known as the "Post-christian" era, I am glad to have Protestants on my side.."

A genuine Protestant will never be on your side, not matter the currency of thought prevailing at the time!

Kn

What is needed is a spiritual awakening, which only God can grant... and GG needs it-- desperately!

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News Item5/3/06 11:56 AM
kn | usa  
Throwing bombs to wake up someone to the truth won't work, GG.

Reminds me of a fable: A woman who had a drunk husband was fed up with him one day. So she thought up a plan.

In a few hours, he came home dead-drunk as always. That's when she executed her plan. She carried him to the graveyard and threw him in a pit there.

After a while, she said to herself, "Now maybe he'll stop drinking so much. I'll go and give him some food." So she went to the graveyard. She asked him, "Would you like some food, husband?"

His response: "Away with your food, woman. Drink's the stuff for me!!!" So the woman went home grieving because her plan had not worked.

So, GG, maybe you should tell people what you think without using bombs like the woman in the fable did.

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News Item5/3/06 11:31 AM
Disciple  
GG
You say, "The pagans will defeat us because Christianity is split!"

Wrong!!!.. Christ said, that he would build his church and that the gates of hell shall not prevail against her. But then one would need to have faith to believe that statement, and since you don't have it, you have to insist that all Protestants have to join the Roman fold if Christianity is to survive!!

Romanism ain't Christian. Go deceive elsewhere O child of Satan!

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News Item5/3/06 10:39 AM
GG | USA - South of the Mason Dixon Line  
See what I mean...thats why I throw bombs. As Jesus said, "a house divided can not stand". The pagans will defeat us because Christianity is split!
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News Item5/3/06 10:32 AM
kn | usa  
GG, are you RC? Are you ecumenical?

If so, then sorry. Can't have you on our side.

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News Item5/3/06 10:30 AM
GG | USA - South of the Mason Dixon Line  
Eunice...I was using the term "Fundamentalist" to stand for people who believe the "Fundamentals" as stated in a Protestant book from the 1920's. But, I get your point!
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News Item5/3/06 10:27 AM
GG | USA - South of the Mason Dixon Line  
In what is known as the "Post-christian" era, I am glad to have Protestants on my side (That doesn't mean that I agree with you). The problem is y'all don't know I'm on your side, so I throw a bomb now and again to wake you up!
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