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WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 2013  |  72 comments
Sex Superbug Could Be 'Worse Than AIDS'

An antibiotic-resistant strain of gonorrhea—now considered a superbug—has some analysts saying that the bacteria's effects could match those of AIDS.

"This might be a lot worse than AIDS in the short run because the bacteria is more aggressive and will affect more people quickly," said Alan Christianson, a doctor of naturopathic medicine.

Even though nearly 30 million people have died from AIDS related causes worldwide, Christianson believes the effect of the gonorrhea bacteria is more direct. ...


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News Item5/8/13 12:24 PM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
Rufus wrote:
I love the scriptures you quote but they do not affirm the references to the Kingdom of God as being eternal. The Kingdom of God is 1000 years...it is the millennium, not eternity. I would be swayed if there were scripture to the contrary, 'tis scripture that swayed me to my current position.
If we have to wait for the millenium before it can be called "The Kingdom of God", why did the Lord say:

Mark 9:1
And he said unto them, Verily I say unto you, That there be some of them that stand here, which shall not taste of death, till they have seen the kingdom of God come with power.

Do you suppose we still have people alive from 2000 years ago, all still waiting for the millenium?

Lurker

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News Item5/8/13 12:19 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Rufus wrote:
I love the scriptures you quote but they do not affirm the references to the Kingdom of God as being eternal. The Kingdom of God is 1000 years...it is the millennium, not eternity. I would be swayed if there were scripture to the contrary, 'tis scripture that swayed me to my current position.
With much respect, Rufus.... nonsense.

The kingdom of God is the gospel Paul preached, the power of God unto salvation, which was taken away from the Jews and sent to the Gentiles for to provoke them to jealousy that some may be saved.

Mat 21:43 Therefore say I unto you, The kingdom of God shall be taken from you, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof. And whosoever shall fall on this stone shall be broken: but on whomsoever it shall fall, it will grind him to powder.

Who/what was "this stone"? The Kingdom of God aka the oracle of God, the gospel.

Mat 6:13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.

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News Item5/8/13 11:51 AM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus
jpw wrote:
Rufus -- I hesitate, since writing out a long list below, the words of Christ did not sway you. ...
I love the scriptures you quote but they do not affirm the references to the Kingdom of God as being eternal. The Kingdom of God is 1000 years...it is the millennium, not eternity. I would be swayed if there were scripture to the contrary, 'tis scripture that swayed me to my current position.
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News Item5/8/13 11:17 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
Rufus -- I hesitate, since writing out a long list below, the words of Christ did not sway you. Also, this thread should be about superbugs....

as I've given you verses before, which were ignored, and give you a search for Kingdom of God in the gospels, your mind is set, and it is the Spirit of God, through the study of His Word that works change, not me.

"Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God, and saying, The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe the gospel." Mark 1:14-15

repeated throughout all of Jesus ministry and teaching, if you care to read the gospels of your salvation.

"who hath delieverd us from the power of darkness and hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son: In whom we have redemption through his blood, even the forgiveness of sins." Colossians 1:13-14

I could go on, but do not feel this is the appropriate place. I do pray that you will continue on in this pursuit. It is truly a blessing.

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News Item5/7/13 1:22 PM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus
jpw wrote:
Rufus -- I am most assured that reading the gospels would remedy your limited perspective of the Kingdom of God. I did a search at blueletterbible on "Kingdom of God". Jesus did not mince words on this subject. It was his constant mode of teaching his coming, his atonement and salvation -- his healings, miracles, and deliveries, his parables on eternal life were based on this...
...
JPW, I have provided you verses indicating why I believe the Kingdom of God/Kingdom of Heaven to be within time. Are you unable to provide something similar for arguing that it is eternal?
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News Item5/7/13 10:23 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
Rufus -- I am most assured that reading the gospels would remedy your limited perspective of the Kingdom of God. I did a search at blueletterbible on "Kingdom of God". Jesus did not mince words on this subject. It was his constant mode of teaching his coming, his atonement and salvation -- his healings, miracles, and deliveries, his parables on eternal life were based on this...

Kingdom = eternal life = gospels = already begun = continues on

Christopher, when you say that Christ has written his covenant on your heart, did he use a sharpie marker? when God says He is the fountain of living water, do you gotta go to St. Augustine, Florida to get it? when you bring your wife flowers and say she is the light of your life, does that require an electrical socket?

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News Item5/6/13 2:01 PM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus
jpw wrote:
Rufus, the biblical teaching of the Kingdom of God is repeated ad naseum by Jesus Christ himself. His teaching was always consistent, always related to the gospel and eternal life. I would be glad to continue on with the scriptures, the Messiah just couldn't stop talking about the Kingdom of God, and that was that He reigns forever and can win your heart and redeem your soul...
Amen. The book of Matthew is much about Jesus teaching on the Kingdom. Now as it pertains to defining the length of the Kingdom of God/Kingdom of Heaven, I have presented to you Revelation 20. What verses would you point to suggesting the Kingdom of God or the Kingdom of Heaven referring to that which is eternal?

2 Timothy 2:12 - If we suffer, we shall also reign with him: if we deny him, he also will deny us:

Rev 20:4b ... and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years.

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News Item5/6/13 11:11 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
JPW Wrote:
"Christopher -- its not about being literal, its about understanding the text within context."

I don't undetstand but will follow the conversation if it continues. I will also see if I can find any good sermons. I wonder if John MacArthur has any...I'll check.

Thanks, Jennifer Penelope Wobolowski (?) : ) hmmm. I think I'm getting close.

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News Item5/6/13 10:24 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
Rufus, the biblical teaching of the Kingdom of God is repeated ad naseum by Jesus Christ himself. His teaching was always consistent, always related to the gospel and eternal life. I would be glad to continue on with the scriptures, the Messiah just couldn't stop talking about the Kingdom of God, and that was that He reigns forever and can win your heart and redeem your soul...

this is no little thing...

the Kingdom of GOd is the covenant.

it is our hope and salvation.

it is the teaching of the 4 gospels.

so simple a babe can understand and the great scholars dismiss.

Christopher -- its not about being literal, its about understanding the text within context... Jesus says he stands at the door and knocks, so does that mean you go to your front door and say, "well, where'd you go?" or do we get sanctimonious with Christ when he says "you will see tribulation. you will be hated. you will be persecuted." and then say back to Christ, "but you didn't say the (accent) tribulation, therefore its all roses for me"... some will even cut sections of the new testament out and say they do not apply to the Christian! ha! if the literal meaning goes against your charts, just say they don't count!

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News Item5/6/13 9:13 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
My mind is open though, of course. Just hard for me to read it as not being literal.
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News Item5/6/13 7:35 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I have seen this conversation before and it perplexes me (yes, I used the word "perplexed") because I just don't understand how some can chalk up the literal interpretation to foolishness or allegory. I'm no scholar, of course, so my comments don't hold any weight, but...I have been over and over this whole thing and just don't understand how it can be taken any other way but as literal. The Bible seems so very crystal clear concerning the event. If we are to allegorize this, what stops us from doing the same to everything else we don't understand or agree with? Not only does the Bible record the prophetic period, but it also describes, in great detail, what happens before, during, and after, yet...anyone who believes in a literal Interpretation are spoken of as silly, clueless fools.
I don't know...it just seems like one of those events that has no explanation other that what is says...means what it says, says what it means.
I guess what bothers me more than anything is that when some speak concerning it, they are so matter of fact, as if they have access to some secret writings that solve the mystery. Maybe not in this thread, but I've seen it.
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News Item5/5/13 9:28 PM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus
jpw wrote:
I see on this thread a great mishandling of the Kingdom of God, replacing the eternal gospel and the constant witness of Christ for a temporary, passing 1000 years with no biblical backing....
A kingdom is a place where kings reign. The Biblical backing for this age is presented in Revelation 20. It is an age described as being 1000 years long and a thousand means a thousand. After the 1000 years is up, the devil and death is cast into the Lake of Fire and the eternal age will begin.
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News Item5/4/13 9:40 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
I see on this thread a great mishandling of the Kingdom of God, replacing the eternal gospel and the constant witness of Christ for a temporary, passing 1000 years with no biblical backing.

what joy it was to read the scriptures regarding the Kingdom of Heaven and to even type them out.

the message of the gospel doesn't seem to be loud enough on here to overcome the debating.

let the scripture proclaim, the Kingdom of God has come and reigns today. This sinful world is but temporary. That is we were made to have an eternal perspective, and yet few have it.

back to the article.... these supergerms are inevitable with all the fooling around with nature we do!! but the truth is, let the world not forget, that all will die and face judgement. if we erradictated these diseases (which we won't because its our own behavior be it "science", the food supply, our own degenerated lifestyles, and suppression of the farmer and the land), we would still face the end of our lives one day. its good to step out of the virtual world, take a walk in nature and remember we came from the dust under our feet, and that we will return back.

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News Item5/4/13 8:43 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Rufus wrote:
Observe if you will the exchange between Observer and SteveR. I'm not going to take a side on this one but clearly one or both of these individuals is behaving in a manner that lacks charity.
Now the value of charity in the Bible exceeds the value of good words, prophesying, martyrdom, knowledge, understanding, all faith, and alms (see 1 Corinthians 13) yet it is the least appreciated attribute of believers in this age and one of the least exercised. (In all this I am not saying I have attained either, I'm growing.)
Save it Rufus, you have all the self righteousness of a 15th century mercenary
Quintessential sanctimony- The pinnacle of hypocrisy is reached when one claims charity on a public message board while preaching the demonically inspired false prosperity gospel of dispensationalism mixed with the sacrament of firearms in church
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News Item5/3/13 11:36 AM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus
Observer wrote:
Is it charity to delude, to teach falsely so that someone becomes ensnared, to promote the cause of the Whore etc?
If ya think SteveR is saved, then I'd say you know little. But then again you're a Sandemanian and that's just one of your errors.
You might like meeley mouthed responses, but in the days in which we live (and if you don't know the signs of the times, then I pity you) genuine Christians need to a call a spade a spade. This is the kindest, the most charitable course of action. Sure it may offend some, but I ain't PC on the issue of offending if it might bring some to their senses.
This board is a Christian board, and so we expect people posting to make Biblical responses. You'd prefer we let errorists off the hook with soft responses?
Get some spine and Man up!
I wasn't taking sides brother. I'm off to go find out what a Sandemanian is. Grace and peace to ya.
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News Item5/3/13 10:58 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
Rufus wrote:
....I would appeal to my saved brethren to go on to good works that they might be rewarded positively at the JSOC and not to judge other believers as unsaved because they perceive the others sin to be worse than their own.
Is it charity to delude, to teach falsely so that someone becomes ensnared, to promote the cause of the Whore etc?

If ya think SteveR is saved, then I'd say you know little. But then again you're a Sandemanian and that's just one of your errors.

You might like meeley mouthed responses, but in the days in which we live (and if you don't know the signs of the times, then I pity you) genuine Christians need to a call a spade a spade. This is the kindest, the most charitable course of action. Sure it may offend some, but I ain't PC on the issue of offending if it might bring some to their senses.

This board is a Christian board, and so we expect people posting to make Biblical responses. You'd prefer we let errorists off the hook with soft responses?

Get some spine and Man up!

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News Item5/3/13 10:42 AM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus
Observe if you will the exchange between Observer and SteveR. I'm not going to take a side on this one but clearly one or both of these individuals is behaving in a manner that lacks charity.

Now the value of charity in the Bible exceeds the value of good words, prophesying, martyrdom, knowledge, understanding, all faith, and alms (see 1 Corinthians 13) yet it is the least appreciated attribute of believers in this age and one of the least exercised. (In all this I am not saying I have attained either, I'm growing.)

Now, how does one look at someone who lacks charity? Is it not sin to lack charity? Ought we to look at someone who consistently lacks charity as not saved or as a believer that needs to repent and do good works? My adversaries might say these folks are clearly not saved to begin with (that is if they valued charity). I say salvation is by belief in the shed blood of Jesus Christ and we are saved unto good works. Therefore, I would appeal to my saved brethren to go on to good works that they might be rewarded positively at the JSOC and not to judge other believers as unsaved because they perceive the others sin to be worse than their own.

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News Item5/3/13 9:18 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
SteveR wrote:
You do have a special talent for presenting Christian theology in a very petty unChristlike fashion
You Sir would not recognise anything Christian, let alone Christian theology, if it came and bit your nose.

You are a son of Belial, in league with the Whore (who btw is NOT the Bride of Christ!) propagating murderous doctrines hatched in hell.

You will one day have to give an account for confirming Yurich in his delusion that he is born again and for telling anyone that it is okay for them to stay within Romanism!

Its laughable that you think that someone like you, a whacko slithery Chimera member, serves Christ's cause and that someone like me who is a plain speaking Bible believing man is unChristlike. You're a joke!

And this is why YE MUST BE BORN AGAIN!

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News Item5/3/13 9:02 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Observer wrote:
UnChristlike to talk about Christian theology?
These news items are an invitation to bring a Christian perspective to the issue but often when something is posted which is plainly incorrect or confusing, it leads to a discussion. What's wrong with that?
If you find it unedifying, you have an option to skip over any post that is theological in nature and which you therefore find unChristlike.
A Christian who finds theological discussion unChristlike. Whatever next!
You do have a special talent for presenting Christian theology in a very petty unChristlike fashion
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News Item5/3/13 7:57 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
...as well as those of Rufus and Dorcas.
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