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FRONT PAGE  |  4/26/2017
THURSDAY, DEC 27, 2012  |  21 comments
Piers Morgan: Bible ‘Inherently Flawed’

While CNN’s Piers Morgan is a well known critic of America’s Second Amendment, he has now ventured into a new campaign to reform another document critical in the development of western civilization; the Bible.

During a discussion on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” on Monday — Christmas Eve — with Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren, Morgan argued that there needs to be an “amendment to the Bible” for same-sex marriage, because like the Constitution, the Bible is “inherently flawed.”

“Both the Bible and the Constitution were well intentioned but they are basically, inherently flawed. Hence, the need to amend it,” Morgan told Warren during a conversation where Morgan emphasized the need for America to separate Church and State. ...


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John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
You know that isn't what I said the parable was about, John. But it does reveal a principal of investment and gain, which parable would not have been used if said parable example were not right in his sight, though it had deeper meaning. Does the Lord use false example to reveal truth?
Phew! I misread your words then, Mike. Sorry about that. And what a relief.
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News Item12/30/12 4:19 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
Mike, if the parable of the talents is about making a good profit (free enterprise), then alas I am undone, and woe is me, for being so unsuccessful in my work.
You know that isn't what I said the parable was about, John. But it does reveal a principal of investment and gain, which parable would not have been used if said parable example were not right in his sight, though it had deeper meaning. Does the Lord use false example to reveal truth?
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News Item12/30/12 4:08 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
Hi John,
Francis was mistaken for he denied Scriptural teaching. The biblical principal as you know is this:
2 Thessalonians 3:10 "For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should he eat."
**I see free enterprise in the parable of the talents. Note the criticism of the one who made no profit for the master.**
Also the parable of the virgins. Note when the foolish said "Give us of your oil.." the response was go "buy for yourselves" They were free to buy earlier, but didn't.
Mike, if the parable of the talents is about making a good profit (free enterprise), then alas I am undone, and woe is me, for being so unsuccessful in my work.
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News Item12/30/12 1:55 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
Good morning Mike
St Francis of Assissi had a certain interpretation of scripture, by which he possessed nothing at all, and for daily sustenance he and all his followers had to beg from others. Now if his Bible principle was true, it ought to be able to work if everyone followed it. But obviously if all followed his example, there would be no-one with possessions to beg from, and everyone would starve to death.
I was just wondering if Free Enterprise ....would work if every person embraced it. Naturally this would have to be theoretical, because of the points you mentioned. However, if it was a biblical principle, therefore commanded by God, it ought to work if everyone obeyed him.
Hi John,
Francis was mistaken for he denied Scriptural teaching. The biblical principal as you know is this:

2 Thessalonians 3:10 "For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should he eat."

I see free enterprise in the parable of the talents. Note the criticism of the one who made no profit for the master.

Also the parable of the virgins. Note when the foolish said "Give us of your oil.." the response was go "buy for yourselves" They were free to buy earlier, but didn't.

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News Item12/30/12 7:41 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
1)Probably not. Not everyone is comfortable with freedom. If the world were Christian, perhaps.
2)It would cause problems, esp for govt types with control issues.
Good morning Mike

St Francis of Assissi had a certain interpretation of scripture, by which he possessed nothing at all, and for daily sustenance he and all his followers had to beg from others. Now if his Bible principle was true, it ought to be able to work if everyone followed it. But obviously if all followed his example, there would be no-one with possessions to beg from, and everyone would starve to death.

I was just wondering if Free Enterprise (the modern word for capitalism) would work if every person embraced it. Naturally this would have to be theoretical, because of the points you mentioned. However, if it was a biblical principle, therefore commanded by God, it ought to work if everyone obeyed him.

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News Item12/29/12 6:17 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
Mike, 1)do you think it would be possible for everyone in the world to be Free Enterprisers, or 2)would that cause a problem?
1)Probably not. Not everyone is comfortable with freedom. If the world were Christian, perhaps.
2)It would cause problems, esp for govt types with control issues.
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News Item12/29/12 1:40 PM
Publican | Northern Hemisphere  Find all comments by Publican
From where does the erudition come to the secular mind? A truly erudite mind would understand that it is possible to be blind to certain realities. So far, I have never met one, secular or no, who would assert that nothing was outside of their grasp. Sadly, we cannot 'see' that we are blind to something, until we see it. I believe even Mr. Morgan might understand and attest to this, were it brought to his attention.
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News Item12/29/12 1:16 PM
Max  Find all comments by Max
Constitution trumps Bible wrote:
To the erudite secular mind, the Bible was wrong about slavery...marrying your rapist.
An even worse place in hell is reserved for the darkest souls on earth like you. How ironic it will be in the blackness of darkness forever, shameless Bible manipulating heretic.
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News Item12/29/12 1:11 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
Not really. A true free enterpriser wants others to be free enterprisers. He's more likely a mere filthy lucretist socialist who wants for himself, but not so much for others. You know, like governments who rob the people, but find someone else to blame so the people never quite catch on? Happening here right now.
Mike, do you think it would be possible for everyone in the world to be Free Enterprisers, or would that cause a problem?
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News Item12/29/12 12:44 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
Maybe he's a Free Enterpriser?
Not really. A true free enterpriser wants others to be free enterprisers. He's more likely a mere filthy lucretist socialist who wants for himself, but not so much for others. You know, like governments who rob the people, but find someone else to blame so the people never quite catch on? Happening here right now.
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News Item12/29/12 11:03 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
But like most foreign complainers, he does like American dollars.
Maybe he's a Free Enterpriser?
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News Item12/29/12 12:16 AM
Publican | Northern Hemisphere  Find all comments by Publican
Lamentable. This poor clay pigeon. Difficult to believe that this blind individual could have come from a country that produced the likes of Spurgeon, Flavel, Owen and so many other enlightened souls. Wish I could say that I was never like him. But that is what gives us the edge, and that is one of our most powerful tools. We have been where they are, and there but for the grace of God...
Sad are they who 'tamely deliver up their conduct to be molded by the fashion of the day.'
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News Item12/28/12 9:04 PM
Last Chance  Find all comments by Last Chance
A very special place in hell is reserved for Piers Morgan who shall receive the greater damnation.
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News Item12/28/12 3:05 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Why is what ignorant buffoons say about the Bible, notable enough to be put into print?

As for his opposition to the 2nd Amendment? It is irrelevant, he is a British citizen. He should be aware by now the Revolutionary War is over. If he doesn't like the way things are here, no one will stop him from leaving. But like most foreign complainers, he does like American dollars.

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News Item12/28/12 2:21 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Of course you fellows realize there's a White House petition to send him back to Great Britain? New Piers Morgan Petition Urges White House to Keep CNN Man in USA (VIDEO), there is a rumor this was actually started in Britain, so England would get him back.

But of course one of the most popular petitions is to have the Westboro Church in Kansas labelled as a hate group, White House petitions hit Westboro church. (No I didn't sign it or initiate it.)

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News Item12/28/12 11:19 AM
James is back | Louisianna  Contact via emailFind all comments by James is back
Perhaps he is trying to get on a more watched network like Fox News, after all Rupert Murdoch owner of Fox also owns and produces most of the new bibles that have been amended, including Zondervan (NIV,NASB) Thomas Nelson (NKJV, The Voice) and Crossway (ESV)
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News Item12/28/12 11:18 AM
James is back | Louisianna  Contact via emailFind all comments by James is back
Perhaps he is trying to get on a more watched network like Fox News, after all Rupert Murdoch owner of Fox also owns and produces most of the new bibles that have been amended, including Zondervan (NIV,NASB) Thomas Nelson (NKJV,
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News Item12/27/12 10:13 AM
Constitution trumps Bible  Find all comments by Constitution trumps Bible
The U.S. is a libertine state. They've got freedom up the wazoo. Gay marriage is just another Constitutional 'emanation' that SCOTUS will undoubtedly find come June.

To the erudite secular mind, the Bible was wrong about slavery (it should have never been), the Scriptures, too, are wrong about gay marriage (it's a freedom that should have always been). In addition to a girl required to marry her rapist and the stoning of an incorrigible child, the pagan will presume the Bible also requires an update on slavery and marriage. Just like Microsoft frequently requires patches and revisions.

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News Item12/27/12 9:29 AM
Mr b | Long beach new york  Find all comments by Mr b
Where are the flaws? People just go out of their way to try to discredit God and the bible . Piers Morgan is flawed , inherently
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News Item12/27/12 7:57 AM
1517  Find all comments by 1517
Why is it that Christians take a mushy defense posture? Piers should be asked, "what is your fundamental base for making such an assertion?" By what authority exposes the Bible as inherently flawed? We, as Christians, should be gentle but not ignorant. We have logic and truth on our side and should use them.
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