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FRIDAY, NOV 12, 2010  |  35 comments  |  1 commentary
Humanists launch huge 'godless' ad campaign
The Bible and the Quran contain "horrific material, and to say you get your morality from there" is a problem, the head of the American Humanist Association said Tuesday as the group launches what it calls the largest, most extensive advertising campaign ever by a godless organization.

The group is putting ads in newspapers across the country - and advertising on NBC - in the $200,000 campaign, AHA head Roy Speckhardt told CNN.

The point, he said, it to "challenge the fundamentalists" who "spout their backward ideas," he said. ...


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Paul | Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Paul
John UK wrote:
It's a scary thought bro. And how many of God's people are currently living under a deception? And how many differences are there between believers regarding doctrine? I believe we are so affected by the Fall, that even after redemption we are in continual need of grace and enlightenment to keep us on the right track! The OT saints had the scriptures and read them regularly, yet what happened when their Messiah finally came at his first advent?
It is enough to make a person fall on his knees and cry out, "Oh open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law!"
Without which, we shall still grope about in the dark regarding endtime prophecy. However, when the true Saviour appears at his second advent, there will be no doubting it, especially when the heavens roll up like a scroll and darkness falls upon the earth and temperatures plummet when the sun is snuffed out.
Unfortunately my friend, it will be too late by that time.
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News Item11/21/10 3:34 AM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
Paul wrote:
When "Instead of" Jesus comes to earth or comes to power and the whole world follows after him, many who confess to be Christians will worship him, serve him and think he is Jesus. He will be genuine in so many ways that it will fool, if it were possible, even the very elect.
It's a scary thought bro. And how many of God's people are currently living under a deception? And how many differences are there between believers regarding doctrine? I believe we are so affected by the Fall, that even after redemption we are in continual need of grace and enlightenment to keep us on the right track! The OT saints had the scriptures and read them regularly, yet what happened when their Messiah finally came at his first advent?

It is enough to make a person fall on his knees and cry out, "Oh open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law!"

Without which, we shall still grope about in the dark regarding endtime prophecy. However, when the true Saviour appears at his second advent, there will be no doubting it, especially when the heavens roll up like a scroll and darkness falls upon the earth and temperatures plummet when the sun is snuffed out.

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News Item11/21/10 1:00 AM
Paul | Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Paul
John UK wrote:
And how can the day of the Lord come "as a thief in the night" if it is *after* a literal millenium reign? The answer is in the text as always.
When "Instead of" Jesus comes to earth or comes to power and the whole world follows after him, many who confess to be Christians will worship him, serve him and think he is Jesus. He will be genuine in so many ways that it will fool, if it were possible, even the very elect. The Bible speaks about the events to follow Christ's return in such clarity, that it would take a person hiring someone to help them misunderstand it.
1.Great falling away (apostasy)
2.Man of sin is revealed (Antichrist or "Instead of" Christ)
3.THEN Christ returns and people will look for death and not find it. Why? Because they will know that they were following a fake and they were too diluted to know the difference.

"Depart from Me, you workers of iniquity, I never knew you..."

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News Item11/18/10 6:40 PM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
Apparently. The Lord is not as concerned with time as we are. If a thousand years is as a day, we might say 2ooo years is as 2 days. 2 days doesn't seem too long to pray about something, does it, bro?
Mike you forgot the words "with the Lord". With us, it is still 2000 years.

2 Peter 3:7-10 KJV
7 But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men.
8 But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.
9 The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.
10 But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.

And how can the day of the Lord come "as a thief in the night" if it is *after* a literal millenium reign? The answer is in the text as always.

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News Item11/18/10 4:59 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
So the Lord was teaching a prayer which he knew would not come to pass for at least 2k years, Mike? Is that right?
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Apparently. The Lord is not as concerned with time as we are. If a thousand years is as a day, we might say 2ooo years is as 2 days. 2 days doesn't seem too long to pray about something, does it, bro?
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News Item11/18/10 4:40 PM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
1) But Jesus also said to pray "Thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven." If every rotten thing that happens on this earth is according to his will, the prayer becomes vain babbling. We pray for his kingdom to come and his will to be done for a very simple reason. It isn't here yet.
2) No. It is the believer who is called to pray "thy kingdom come." If it is the kingdom of his heart, he need not pray for what he already has. If he is an unbeliever he will not pray for it anyway.
#1 & 2

So the Lord was teaching a prayer which he knew would not come to pass for at least 2k years, Mike? Is that right?

What about the last prayer in the Bible? "Even so, come Lord Jesus." Does this not refer to the second advent when there is a general resurrection of all men, and we are all separated as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats? And the geat white throne judgment of all men, some going away into eternal punishment, and some into life eternal? Is that what "Thy kingdom come" means?

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News Item11/18/10 1:35 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
Ah...Mike...you're forgetting that God has always ruled over this universe. 1) Permitting sin does not mean his will is not being done continually.

2) Plus, the "kingdom" for which we should pray to come, is it the kingdom of our hearts?

1) But Jesus also said to pray "Thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven." If every rotten thing that happens on this earth is according to his will, the prayer becomes vain babbling. We pray for his kingdom to come and his will to be done for a very simple reason. It isn't here yet.

2) No. It is the believer who is called to pray "thy kingdom come." If it is the kingdom of his heart, he need not pray for what he already has. If he is an unbeliever he will not pray for it anyway.

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News Item11/18/10 11:15 AM
Paul | Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Paul
John UK wrote:
Ye men of Israel, hear these words; Jesus of Nazareth, a man approved of God among you by miracles and wonders and signs, which God did by him in the midst of you, as ye yourselves also know: Him, being delivered *by the determinate counsel and foreknowledge of God*, ye have taken, and by wicked hands have crucified and slain: Whom God hath raised up, having loosed the pains of death: because it was not possible that he should be holden of it.
Acts 2:22-24 KJV
Amen.
Let us always remember Prov. 16.33 and others when deciding whether or not God is in control. You woke up today and took a breath? Your heart still beating? God rules the heavens and like in Job, Satan MUST ALWAYS get permission for everything he does. He is on a leash, just like the rest of us. We cannot operate outside God's sovereign will or we become God and He is dethroned.
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News Item11/18/10 10:55 AM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
#2 So we need not pray "thy kingdom come" for it is already here? Hmmm. Somehow I doubt the earth will be filled with corruption, crime and disease as it is now, when his rule on the earth is actually enforced by him during the m.k. It ain't going to be a fuzzy spiritualized already existing kingdom where "Humanists launch huge 'godless' ad campaign." (I include that for the topic enforcers )
#3 Amen!
Ah...Mike...you're forgetting that God has always ruled over this universe. Permitting sin does not mean his will is not being done continually. Plus, the "kingdom" for which we should pray to come, is it the kingdom of our hearts?

Ye men of Israel, hear these words; Jesus of Nazareth, a man approved of God among you by miracles and wonders and signs, which God did by him in the midst of you, as ye yourselves also know: Him, being delivered *by the determinate counsel and foreknowledge of God*, ye have taken, and by wicked hands have crucified and slain: Whom God hath raised up, having loosed the pains of death: because it was not possible that he should be holden of it.
Acts 2:22-24 KJV

Amen.

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News Item11/18/10 9:00 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
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#2 Thank you for those kind words, Mike. Nevertheless, I must, in grace, and humbly, say that I am already living in the millenium kingdom, which is the Reign of The Lord Jesus Christ in this whole universe. Anyone who claims that Christ is not now King over all the earth, in other words that he is the topmost authority, must be regarded with a degree of suspicion. Say, you don't wear a trilby and dark glasses, Mike, do you? Surely not?
#3 Good job Jesus saved us at Calvary.
#2 So we need not pray "thy kingdom come" for it is already here? Hmmm. Somehow I doubt the earth will be filled with corruption, crime and disease as it is now, when his rule on the earth is actually enforced by him during the m.k. It ain't going to be a fuzzy spiritualized already existing kingdom where "Humanists launch huge 'godless' ad campaign." (I include that for the topic enforcers )

#3 Amen!

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News Item11/18/10 6:31 AM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
#1 What's fascinating is that the decimation happened while the AV was king.

#2 In spite of yourself, bro, you'll be welcomed into the millenial kingdom.

#1 It's also fascinating that the big atheistic attack from Darwin came just at the same time as the big deceptive Bible was trying to make inroads, namely, the 1881 Revised Version which was translated using Westcott & Hort's new greek text. The devil knows what he does. Also, it will do no good whatever for men to "have" or "use" the King James Bible, unless it is believed wholeheartedly and obeyed continually. Neither will it do any good whatsoever, unless we are Filled With The Spirit, and behaving like Jesus Christ, for without the Spirit's power, we can do nothing.

#2 Thank you for those kind words, Mike. Nevertheless, I must, in grace, and humbly, say that I am already living in the millenium kingdom, which is the Reign of The Lord Jesus Christ in this whole universe. Anyone who claims that Christ is not now King over all the earth, in other words that he is the topmost authority, must be regarded with a degree of suspicion. Say, you don't wear a trilby and dark glasses, Mike, do you? Surely not?

#3 Good job Jesus saved us at Calvary.

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News Item11/18/10 1:29 AM
Paul | Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Paul
Well, it's about time we got back on topic. The humanists are trying everything they can with what limited funds they can muster to spit on Christ yet again. Little do they know that God will get glory out of them one day...however unless He decides to save them, it will be in their destruction. It is so sad to see these poor souls, like a bunch of dodos running aimlessly toward the cliff of oblivion quite sure of two things: they CAN fly and gravity is just a theory.
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News Item11/17/10 9:52 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
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Poor deluded dabs.
But that's what you'll get when God's word is not taken seriously. The same thing happened in, what was it?, the early 1900's, after Darwin decimated the church and caused unbelief in the scriptures?
What's fascinating is that the decimation happened while the AV was king.

John UK wrote:
Fundamentalism was a good response by the minority, which elevated scripture and got back some ground from the devil. Ya Hoo!!
I expect these atheists are referring to American Fundamentalism though, and that does not surprise me that they are not being taken seriously. Believing in all that millenium stuff, and different means of salvation from one age to the next (new) age.
Ah well, I'll stick to the Ian Paisley style of fundamentalism, built up from the Reformation and the King James Bible. Of course the Roman Catholics hate the KJV and KJV-people, who tell them the papacy is antichrist and that they need a new birth by God's grace.
In spite of yourself, bro, you'll be welcomed into the millenial kingdom.
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News Item11/17/10 7:21 PM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
The group is putting ads in newspapers across the country - and advertising on NBC - in the $200,000 campaign, AHA head Roy Speckhardt told CNN.

The point, he said, it to "challenge the fundamentalists" who "spout their backward ideas," he said. ...
___________________

Only 200k?

Oh I guess the devil's having a recession also.

Poor deluded dabs.

But that's what you'll get when God's word is not taken seriously. The same thing happened in, what was it?, the early 1900's, after Darwin decimated the church and caused unbelief in the scriptures?

Fundamentalism was a good response by the minority, which elevated scripture and got back some ground from the devil. Ya Hoo!!

I expect these atheists are referring to American Fundamentalism though, and that does not surprise me that they are not being taken seriously. Believing in all that millenium stuff, and different means of salvation from one age to the next (new) age.

Ah well, I'll stick to the Ian Paisley style of fundamentalism, built up from the Reformation and the King James Bible. Of course the Roman Catholics hate the KJV and KJV-people, who tell them the papacy is antichrist and that they need a new birth by God's grace.

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News Item11/17/10 5:10 PM
Sydney Bristow | A.P.O.  Find all comments by Sydney Bristow
alias wrote:
my,but aren't we self righteous. It must be nice to be as holy as thou art.
Sloan is the one you really need to watch out for.
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News Item11/16/10 8:10 PM
Paul | Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Paul
Frank wrote:
Paul, I read some of the below posts and I want to come to aid of both of us. Yes, I did take your comment as agreeing with me. We were both using irony to make a point. Sorry about any confusion on your part or mine! The gospel is foolishness to fools, but we should still preach it to them!
And that was my point as well. Thanks for responding. It seems like Alias has had a bone to pick with me for some time now, and finally got her opportunity when I commented again after taking a hiatus. She seems so angry that anything I say isn't good enough and she attacks. It's sad, that the judgmental and self righteous ones are often the ones accusing others of being the same. Please write Alias, if you want to discuss this in private, for I don't think this does well for the body to see two "Christians" battling it out.
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News Item11/16/10 7:21 PM
Frank | Clearwater Florida  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Paul wrote:
You see my dear, you completely missed my comment and you are too irritated at me to even realize it. Frank was calling preaching the Gospel to fools, foolishness...tongue in cheek,I said it sounded foolish. Please understand the humour here. Why are you so angry? I didn't need Scripture to make a joke, and there is nothing more sad than someone casting stones at glass houses, especially when that person didn't deserve it. I don't have to continue to reply to you, but I do feel sorry for you. Please email me so we can discuss your problem with me further.
Paul, I read some of the below posts and I want to come to aid of both of us. Yes, I did take your comment as agreeing with me. We were both using irony to make a point. Sorry about any confusion on your part or mine! The gospel is foolishness to fools, but we should still preach it to them!
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News Item11/16/10 12:23 AM
Paul | Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Paul
alias wrote:
You know Paul,the funniest thing about everything you just said is,you're replying to one of your own posts that you made some time back.Isn't it amazing how we can judge others until we realize we ourselves are guilty of the exact same thing.
Have a blessed day.
Was this the post you were mentioning?
http://revivalandreformation.wordpress.com/2010/06/29/do-you-have-a-sense-of-humour/

You know Alias, you are 100% right. I did write that post about vain humour, and you're right that I am guilty of not living up to that post and to God's Word. I guess that makes me human...? Imperfect...? What, my dear is your point? Do I live a perfect life? NO! Do I try? Yes. That doesn't change my or God's demands to structure everything we say and do around His Word. This has been my point for myself and for those I converse with. In what of this do you have a problem? A self righteous person points the finger and considers himself excluded, I don't. Never have. Never will. In all honesty though, thank you for pointing out my error...you were right.

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News Item11/15/10 7:35 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
yawn
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News Item11/15/10 6:51 PM
alias  Find all comments by alias
Paul wrote:
You see my dear, you completely missed my comment and you are too irritated at me to even realize it. Frank was calling preaching the Gospel to fools, foolishness...tongue in cheek,I said it sounded foolish. Please understand the humour here. Why are you so angry? I didn't need Scripture to make a joke, and there is nothing more sad than someone casting stones at glass houses, especially when that person didn't deserve it. I don't have to continue to reply to you, but I do feel sorry for you. Please email me so we can discuss your problem with me further.
You know Paul,the funniest thing about everything you just said is,you're replying to one of your own posts that you made some time back.Isn't it amazing how we can judge others until we realize we ourselves are guilty of the exact same thing.

Have a blessed day.

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