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American Jews show among the highest levels of support for gay marriage, from all American subgroups measured in recent polls, according to figures published this week by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press.

According to five polls of Americans in 2012 and 2013, with the most recent conducted in March 2013, 76 percent of US Jews support legalizing same-sex marriage, while 18% oppose and 8% did not express an opinion.


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News Item5/7/13 8:04 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
CV
I argue against The Roman Catholic Church labeled the end time Beast because it doesnt make any Biblical sense. Perhaps during the Counter Reformation one could understand the accusation because the RCC actively hunted down Saints, but subsequent years demonstrated that Protestants would murder Saints for selfish reasons too. Protestants & Catholics are both guilty of shedding innocent blood

RCC Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Missions, Charities, Cathedrals, Churches proclaiming Scripture, and ETWN reruns of Mother Angelica and her Nuns reciting the Rosary as the brutal end time antichrist beast of Revelation is a delusion for jealous reprobates[/QUOTE]

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News Item5/7/13 5:16 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
CV wrote:
Mountains/hills -not a deal breaker. But you argue one way here, then when it get too close to identifying Rome with it, you argue against it.
Ahem!
Well spotted CV!

Ha! Caught with his pants down yet again!

Any normal person would want to go and hide away after soooooo many public humiliations. I guess this guy is so used to it that it's like water off a duck's back.

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News Item5/6/13 8:41 PM
2nd Temple  Find all comments by 2nd Temple
CV wrote:
Mountains/hills -not a deal breaker. But you argue one way here, then when it get too close to identifying Rome with it, you argue against it.
Ahem!
Don't get too close to the apostasy line. Otherwise it's curtains for your salvation. It's okay to direct others across the line, though. You surely can't lose credit for that.
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News Item5/6/13 8:38 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
CV wrote:
Mountains/hills -not a deal breaker. But you argue one way here, then when it get too close to identifying Rome with it, you argue against it.
Ahem!
---
I think it has to do with making mountains out of molehills or something like that.
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News Item5/6/13 7:44 PM
CV  Find all comments by CV
SteveR wrote:
{ahem}
The Catholic Bible translates it with 'hills' not mountains
Mountains/hills -not a deal breaker. But you argue one way here, then when it get too close to identifying Rome with it, you argue against it.

Ahem!

SteveR wrote:
Revelation 17 says 7 Mountains not hills
The correct translation confirms MOUNTAINS not hills
(KJV)Revelation 17:9 And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth.
Look it up in the AV, or better yet the Received Text and you will find the correct translation for 'oros' is mountains
SteveR wrote:
I dont know, but you will have to be more convincing then listing the 7 hills of Rome to convince anyone
also answer
1) Why didnt John of Patmos use the Greek word 'bounos' to make it clear its 'hill' and not 'mountain'
2) .. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth.
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News Item5/6/13 9:03 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
Katurai Matabili wrote:
He Jesuit, no true Christian.

He can't hide his unregenerate nature, and that's why HE MUST BE BORN AGAIN!

John UK

He knows as little history as he does the bible. He keeps on going on about the 30 years war. Research it and you'll see what I mean. The guy flunked school and thinks that his 'googling' skills makes him an intellectual. Ha! These Jesuits are using outdated tactics, but you'll find them on virtually every Christian board trying to unsettle the saints with their misinformation and lies!! Did they anticipate the appointment of the Jesuit Francis as Pope? Of course they did.

The powers of darkness are stepping up their campaign cos they ain't got long!

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News Item5/6/13 8:23 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Killing for Jesus wrote:
"During her five-year reign, she had over 280 religious dissenters burned at the stake in the Marian Persecutions."
Mary I of England (Wiki)
"Henry VIII executed about 72,000 people according to Hollinshed. Some sources estimate this number higher. Most of these were political or religious offenders."
Mary killed her hundreds. Henry his tens of thousands.
I don't see your point.

Maybe you could post again and be more explicit.

SteveR wrote:
Actual Saints, both Catholic and Protestant, have died at the hands of people like you.
Now what are you rambling about?
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News Item5/6/13 8:17 AM
Killing for Jesus  Find all comments by Killing for Jesus
John UK wrote:
Mary of England (Catholic) when, during her short reign, she slaughtered a multitude
"During her five-year reign, she had over 280 religious dissenters burned at the stake in the Marian Persecutions."
Mary I of England (Wiki)

"Henry VIII executed about 72,000 people according to Hollinshed. Some sources estimate this number higher. Most of these were political or religious offenders."

Mary killed her hundreds. Henry his tens of thousands.

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News Item5/6/13 8:12 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
John UK wrote:
1. And what "gross error" would that be, Steve?
2. What has Protestantism to do with me? However, a history lesson would be welcomed, as I am not afraid of history. It proves many things, like the hearts of men who persecuted true believers to death, prevented (or sought to prevent) the translation of the word of God into the vulgar tongue, thus keeping the Bible in Latin so that the RCC could control the people etc etc etc.
Actual Saints, both Catholic and Protestant, have died at the hands of people like you. Not just in England, but throughout Europe. Ironically many of the deaths were from conflicts that began this way and spiraled out of control. During the 30 yr war mercenaries hired by Protestants to kill Catholics eventually started killing their clients

More than 25% of Europes population died during the 30 yr war

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News Item5/6/13 8:07 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
SteveR wrote:
1. So the wicked acts a few evil men centuries ago lead you to gross error? 2. btw: Protestants repaid the favor to their own demise, or do I need to give you a hstory lesson on the persecution of Englands Catholics in the years after?
1. And what "gross error" would that be, Steve?

2. What has Protestantism to do with me? However, a history lesson would be welcomed, as I am not afraid of history. It proves many things, like the hearts of men who persecuted true believers to death, prevented (or sought to prevent) the translation of the word of God into the vulgar tongue, thus keeping the Bible in Latin so that the RCC could control the people etc etc etc.

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News Item5/6/13 7:59 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
John UK wrote:
What was coming out of the heart of Queen Mary of England (Catholic) when, during her short reign, she slaughtered a multitude of believers in Christ simply for disagreeing with the RCC doctrines?
So the wicked acts a few evil men centuries ago lead you to gross error? btw: Protestants repaid the favor to their own demise, or do I need to give you a hstory lesson on the persecution of Englands Catholics in the years after?
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News Item5/6/13 7:48 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
SteveR wrote:
Mark 7:20 And he said, That which cometh out of the man, that defileth the man.
What was coming out of the heart of Queen Mary of England (Catholic) when, during her short reign, she slaughtered a multitude of believers in Christ simply for disagreeing with the RCC doctrines?
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News Item5/6/13 7:36 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
SteveR wrote:
.....The RCC isnt out to deceive you......
This statement should leave no doubts in anyone's mind as to where this fellow is coming from or what his agenda is!
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News Item5/6/13 7:31 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
CV wrote:
That's my understanding too.
SteveR
You seem to always fall on the side of defending Rome. Why?
In another thread where "seven hills" was used in refering to Rome, you argued that the text translated as "mountains", not "hills". Rome argues that same point vociferously.
Here, where there's a contention on text, you state

Like English is to us, Greek was the common language then. The desciples would have used Greek in their public ministry.
But what your sly comment really belies is the fact that Rome has been arguing in favour of some nonexistent Aramiac text for certain passages because the Greek text clearly destroys Rome. (For example, c.f grammatical gender, peter the rock.)
You're too close to Rome. Please give this a serious and prayerfull consideration.

{ahem}

The Catholic Bible translates it with 'hills' not mountains
(CB) Rev 17:9 Here is a clue for one who has wisdom. The seven heads represent seven hills upon which the woman sits. They also represent seven kings:

The RCC isnt out to deceive you, its your hatred of them leads you to error. Cant you see you are your own worst enemy?
Mark 7:20 And he said, That which cometh out of the man, that defileth the man.

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News Item5/6/13 5:23 AM
Katurai Matabili  Find all comments by Katurai Matabili
CV wrote:
SteveR
You seem to always fall on the side of defending Rome. Why?
In another thread where "seven hills" was used in refering to Rome, you argued that the text translated as "mountains", not "hills". Rome argues that same point vociferously.
Here, where there's a contention on text, you state

Like English is to us, Greek was the common language then. The desciples would have used Greek in their public ministry.
But what your sly comment really belies is the fact that Rome has been arguing in favour of some nonexistent Aramiac text for certain passages because the Greek text clearly destroys Rome. (For example, c.f grammatical gender, peter the rock.)
You're too close to Rome. Please give this a serious and prayerfull consideration.

He Jesuit, no true Christian.
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News Item5/6/13 3:08 AM
CV  Find all comments by CV
CJW wrote:
Everytime in the KJV Old Testament where you find the word LORD in all capital letters, you will find that this word is from the Hebrew consonants YHWH, from which the words "Jehovah" and "Yahweh" are derived.
That's my understanding too.

SteveR
You seem to always fall on the side of defending Rome. Why?

In another thread where "seven hills" was used in refering to Rome, you argued that the text translated as "mountains", not "hills". Rome argues that same point vociferously.

Here, where there's a contention on text, you state

SteveR wrote:
1) The primary language spoken by apostles in the Gospel era was Aramaic
Like English is to us, Greek was the common language then. The desciples would have used Greek in their public ministry.

But what your sly comment really belies is the fact that Rome has been arguing in favour of some nonexistent Aramiac text for certain passages because the Greek text clearly destroys Rome. (For example, c.f grammatical gender, peter the rock.)

You're too close to Rome. Please give this a serious and prayerfull consideration.

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News Item5/5/13 4:05 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
There's quite a good article on Justification, which some of you might find interesting The Doctrine of Justification (PDF)

By the way, Christ died for all, not just the Elect, q.v., Amyraldism (Four point Calvinism).

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News Item5/5/13 2:52 PM
Cezar | Midwest  Find all comments by Cezar
theWayPA wrote:
Wow, I guess its in our genes, huh? Your misquoting of Scripture
No, those scriptures are in the Bible. Like it or not. Nothing was misquoted.
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News Item5/3/13 10:20 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
John UK wrote:
We have plenty of folks over in this country like that - they are called anglicans.
But for evangelicals who love their Bibles, love God, and love God's grace in saving sinners, penal substitution is their lifelong theme. It is their only hope, and there is no need to look for anything else. Sin imputed to Christ, and Christ's righteousness imputed to the sinner IS the gospel.
Jesu, thy blood and righteousness my beauty are, my glorious dress
A debtor to mercy alone,
Of covenant mercy I sing;
Nor fear, with Thy righteousness on,
My person and off'ring to bring.
The terrors of law and of God
With me can have nothing to do;
My Saviour's obedience and blood
Hide all my transgressions from view.
Augustus Toplady

One of my 'ol time favourite hymns!

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News Item5/3/13 9:00 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
theWayPA wrote:
SteveR, I am well aware that Aramaic would have been the language of many Jewish people of the 1st Century (with koine Greek, as well), so the baseless insult is unnecessary. To insinuate that no Jew would know Y'shua (or Y'hoshua, long form) is silly. So the LXX makes the Masoretic obsolete? Is that it
insult? I only countered your unfair characterization of Rufus and his valid doctrinal position. With your own 'insult,' I showed you did so with empty gnostic arguments that were not correct.
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