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WEDNESDAY, FEB 12, 2014  |  36 comments  |  1 commentary
German Woman's Public Rebuke of Islam Goes Viral

Islam continues to grow in power and influence across Europe. But at a recent concert in Germany, one Christian woman decided to stand up to it.

"The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace" by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins was supposed to be an interfaith event to bring Christianity and Islam together.

But when the Muslim imam began his call to prayer during the concert, he was interrupted by a small woman in the balcony proclaiming that "Jesus Christ alone is Lord of Germany," and shouting, "I break this curse."

She also invoked the name of Martin Luther and warned the audience that what was happening was "a lie." ...


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News Item2/15/14 1:26 PM
DanUSA | USA  Find all comments by DanUSA
Sometime ago, a missionary of the Muslim Background Believer who tried to spread their gospel in our Sunday school class was rebuked and They never came back again.
They were told they're Muslim and by their own confession they do not consider themselves Christian.
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News Item2/15/14 12:53 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Duh wrote:
How long will the Mods on SA suffer this person to insult everyone's intelligence?
Not satisfied hiding behind a 1000 monikers his incessant jibes, lies, and goading when taken with his ignorance and pride are just insufferable. I guess Lurker was right to direct him to that article about 'calvinistic' jerks. The author must have known this troll.
Poor Presby. He can't hep it. He was ordained and predestined to be that way.
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News Item2/15/14 12:21 PM
Duh  Find all comments by Duh
Bible Tulip wrote:
Michael "genuine Christianity" (by the Book) Is Calvinism!!
Salvation is either by God alone = Calvinist theology.
OR
By God plus Man's help = Arminian!
(And RCC, JW and all the other tom dick and harry invented false religions)
So take your pick Michael, Calvinism by the Bible - or Arminianism which relegates the Bible and doctrine to supplement status consulted only if absolutely necessary.
How long will the Mods on SA suffer this person to insult everyone's intelligence?

Not satisfied hiding behind a 1000 monikers his incessant jibes, lies, and goading when taken with his ignorance and pride are just insufferable. I guess Lurker was right to direct him to that article about 'calvinistic' jerks. The author must have known this troll.

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News Item2/15/14 12:11 PM
Bible Tulip  Find all comments by Bible Tulip
Michael Hranek wrote:
being somekind of Arminian Freewiller. Making it an either or proposition when Biblical Christianity is not at all a matter of Calvinism vs Arminianism but of whether one has the Son or not....
So let me ask what in the world has happened to genuine Biblical Christianity
Michael "genuine Christianity" (by the Book) Is Calvinism!!

Salvation is either by God alone = Calvinist theology.
OR
By God plus Man's help = Arminian!
(And RCC, JW and all the other tom dick and harry invented false religions)

So take your pick Michael, Calvinism by the Bible - or Arminianism which relegates the Bible and doctrine to supplement status consulted only if absolutely necessary.

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News Item2/14/14 6:57 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
Christopher000, this is a response to your,
2/14/14 7:24 AM to me.

Chris: Hi Dopey, before I continue on trying to take these riddles with a smile,
God: But thou, O man of God, flee these things; and follow after righteousness, godliness, faith, love, patience, meekness.
--1 Timothy 6:11

Chris: I'd like some straight talk. Are you friend or foe?
Dopey: Friend is the answer but I don't know much that declaration can be worth to you for Jesus Christ called Judas Iscariot his Friend.
(Matthew 26:47-50)

Chris: Since the 1st one, I have felt like you are trying to lead me down a rabbit trail, smiling and waving me in with a kindly demeanor, but unbeknownst to me, there's a bear trap buried under some leaves in the middle of the path.
God: Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.
--1 John 4:1

Chris: Are.you trying to set me up in an attempt to make me look or feel foolish under the disguise of a friend?
Dopey: No.

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News Item2/14/14 7:24 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Hi Dopey, before I continue on trying to take these riddles with a smile, I'd like some straight talk. Are you friend or foe? Since the 1st one, I have felt like you are trying to lead me down a rabbit trail, smiling and waving me in with a kindly demeanor, but unbeknownst to me, there's a bear trap buried under some leaves in the middle of the path. Are.you trying to set me up in an attempt to make me look or feel foolish under the disguise of a friend?
I hope I'm dead wrong but the riddles are throwing me off when you speak straight to others. If you have a point to make, don't care for me, or whatever the case is, I can take straight talk without having to find my Captain Crunch secret decoder ring. In this latest post, I assume those are minute markers for my posts but I use the smartphone app which has limitations so I can't look to see what I posted when. If you have issues with me, tell me like it is. You might be surprised at how I respond to straight talk, and if I'm way off base, then my apologies. Just seems like you have been trying to tell me something in a very round about way. Not looking to argue here...
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News Item2/14/14 1:25 AM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
Amen Michael!
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News Item2/13/14 6:00 PM
Dorcas | USA  Find all comments by Dorcas
Michael Hranek wrote:
Dorcas
Here is a brief observation
Some Calvinists/Reformed have so constructed their beliefs that anyone who disagrees or doesn't follow them is maligned as being somekind of Arminian Freewiller. Making it an either or proposition when Biblical Christianity is not at all a matter of Calvinism vs Arminianism but of whether one has the Son or not.
As a believer I am very uncomfortable with those who make their theology to be of preeminince when Preeminence rightly belongs to the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.
So let me ask what in the world has happened to genuine Biblical Christianity where men and women believed God is Holy, that we can pray and seek Him and find Him and know His answeres to our praying, expecially for the lost.
Seems it kind of gets covered up under a pile of theology, when genuine theoloogy ought to bring us to love and serve God
Agree Michael.....my thoughts exactly ! Let's get on with the work our Lord and Master has for us!
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News Item2/13/14 5:49 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Dorcas wrote:
Very interesting thoughts on this thread concerning reformed and baptist.
When my husband and myself emerged from the darkness of Rome headlong into Arminianism ,then all 5 points....well let's just say it has been quite a journey one book that has proved very helpful that I would like to recommend is "The Reformers and Her Stepchildren".
Leonard Verduin.
Dorcas
Here is a brief observation
Some Calvinists/Reformed have so constructed their beliefs that anyone who disagrees or doesn't follow them is maligned as being somekind of Arminian Freewiller. Making it an either or proposition when Biblical Christianity is not at all a matter of Calvinism vs Arminianism but of whether one has the Son or not.

As a believer I am very uncomfortable with those who make their theology to be of preeminince when Preeminence rightly belongs to the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.

So let me ask what in the world has happened to genuine Biblical Christianity where men and women believed God is Holy, that we can pray and seek Him and find Him and know His answeres to our praying, expecially for the lost.

Seems it kind of gets covered up under a pile of theology, when genuine theoloogy ought to bring us to love and serve God

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News Item2/13/14 5:32 PM
Dorcas | USA  Find all comments by Dorcas
Sorry...title correction "The Reformers and Their Stepchildren".
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News Item2/13/14 5:15 PM
Dorcas | USA  Find all comments by Dorcas
Michael Hranek wrote:
Dear All 5 Points
Thank you for your desire to share your beliefs with me
I won't promise I will read them
but thank you for caring.
BUT NOW back to the thread and Thank God for the Courage of this German Woman
May He be merciful to us for the cowardice of some many in our pulpits
Very interesting thoughts on this thread concerning reformed and baptist.
When my husband and myself emerged from the darkness of Rome headlong into Arminianism ,then all 5 points....well let's just say it has been quite a journey one book that has proved very helpful that I would like to recommend is "The Reformers and Her Stepchildren".
Leonard Verduin.
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News Item2/13/14 3:40 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
All 5 points wrote:
Thank you Michael for your post.
The 1st book Holy Baptism
Dear All 5 Points
Thank you for your desire to share your beliefs with me

I won't promise I will read them
but thank you for caring.

BUT NOW back to the thread and Thank God for the Courage of this German Woman
May He be merciful to us for the cowardice of some many in our pulpits

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News Item2/13/14 3:22 PM
stick to the Book  Find all comments by stick to the Book
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
1. Your problem is that you don't think God is capable of so moving in their writings to make up His infallible Word. 2. Sorry to say this, but you serve a very small God with rather limited abilities.
1. Strange! I thought that was your problem.
2. You used a capital G there for God. Isn't that blasphemy? (LOL)

God's Word is surely powerful beyond our comprehension. Viz:
Gen 1:3 And God SAID, Let there be light: and there was light"

God's "inspiration" must be equal to this divine power.

If we take one of your examples David writing the Psalms. God inspired David to write - Divine power in that act must over rule any weakness or sin in the mortal used. Thus we can say David's Psalms are God's divine - inspired work.

David doesn't bring a human effort to conflict with God in this work. God will see to that - Holy Spirit indwelling - Thus when writing the Bible God will not be obstructed by sin in the mortal. The Bible was too important to the salvation of His children for God to allow man's sinful foibles and defects to be able to get in the way of GOD's purposes.

It comes back to GOD and God alone that this tool of salvation the Bible (and writer) should be wholly adequate FOR GOD to use.

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News Item2/13/14 2:38 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Stick to the book, my apologies for not responding, I don't have opportunity to respond to everything.

There are certainly large portions in Scripture where the writer is literally a stenographer writing down what God dictates to them. Certainly Moses would not have been privy to the conversations of patriarchs or a witness to the creation. Many a time we see the words, thus saith the Lord. But according to I Peter 1:20,21 holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Spirit. You can do all the research you want, you will never see the word "move" in the greek to mean dictation.

You think that David's confession in Psalm 51 was just a dictation from God and not from his heart? You think the words in Lamentations 3 were not the words of a grief stricken prophet but God dictating what to say? The prayers of Nehemiah, Ezra, and Daniel 9 were not the prayers of godly men but just God telling them what to write? There is definitely a difference in style in the 40 different authors whom God used to pen the Scripture. Your problem is that you don't think God is capable of so moving in their writings to make up His infallible Word. Sorry to say this, but you serve a very small God with rather limited abilities.

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News Item2/13/14 2:36 PM
All 5 points  Find all comments by All 5 points
Michael Hranek wrote:
honestly thank you for pointing to Jenny Geddes, as in the confused world of today's ecumenism etc. there are things that ought to be likewise protested.
Having been raised RC I have been heartbroken to see many in the Reformed/Calvinistic group enamored develope cowith RC writers
Thank you Michael for your post.

The 1st book Holy Baptism is by a man who had a study in the Scripture magazine if I recall right. He changed to a number of 'Denominations' after conversion and continued to study. His name is Duane Spencer and what I learned from him was the reason I believe sprinkling and laving is the only mode that is Scriptural and that is different from the WCF, that allows for immersion.
I was convinced from Scripture argument. He taught me like the Spirit first taught me in both Testaments. I was converted in Exodus 20 on my knees after reading a book. I didn't know what I was, but changed by God.

2ndly The Act Declaration and Testimony of the Reformed Presbytery of Scotland-
very different history then today
*Read the National Covenant of Scotland re RC you can find it*

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News Item2/13/14 1:56 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
All 5 points wrote:
In recent days false accusations in number have been laid to my charge by a baptist type believer. In my youth I was ignorant and idolatrous before my conversion. After my conversion I was emerging from the heathen darkness of Rome with its many gods into a world of confused Protestantism.
Dear All 5 Points
In the disclaimer I began my post to you, I wanted to be clear and acknowledge there are differences between Baptist type believers and some who profess Reformed/TULIP theology that are signficant and should not be ignored but honestly and humbly dealt with before the Lord until one comes to where they in good conscience know what they believe and why NOT being forced into it by others

and to honestly thank you for pointing to Jenny Geddes, as in the confused world of today's ecumenism etc. there are things that ought to be likewise protested.

Having been raised RC I have been heartbroken to see many in the Reformed/Calvinistic group enamored with RC writers and literally seeking to develope common ground with Catholics (btw some Baptists have been guilty of this too). Something I am much concerned about.

Thank God for those in "reformed theology" who write/speak way different from the "If you have TULIP kind"

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News Item2/13/14 1:37 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
All 5 points wrote:
In recent days false accusations in number have been laid to my charge by a baptist type believer....
In recent days false accusations in number have been laid to my charge by a presbyterian type believer.

In fact, if you look carefully over the last half hour of posts, you will see just how presbys mess up a good time of fellowship in order to parade their blah blah.

What's wrong with you Presbys? Have you no grace, no Holy Spirit to empower your love?

Truth be told, the Flower Children are the most humble people on the planet. Thus, no humility, no real belief, no regeneration, no repentance, no genuine holiness, not yet saved. Claiming tulip saves no-one. It is Christ who saves, and he saves whom he will. I thank God he saved me, a sinner.

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News Item2/13/14 1:28 PM
All 5 points  Find all comments by All 5 points
Michael Hranek wrote:
All 5
Being a Baptist type believer-
In recent days false accusations in number have been laid to my charge by a baptist type believer. In my youth I was ignorant and idolatrous before my conversion. After my conversion I was emerging from the heathen darkness of Rome with its many gods into a world of confused Protestantism.

In the kind Providence of GOD I was my first year given 3 things that were to be greatly used by my Prophet (like unto Moses, Yehoshua the Captain of my salvation) who steers my course.
1. The Sovereignty of God A.W. Pink
2. A sermon tape of Albert Martin to the large number of young papists coming out of Rome in the 80's from Act 14:21-22 this has been my experience
3. A Reformed Presbyterian Workbook that required my Bible to answer the questions regarding biblical doctrine

Thirty four long and difficult years has been my pilgrimage thus far to a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God. Ah but GOD is good to Israel!!! Psalm 73:1

Michael we disagree I am a woman and not a teacher. I am a student that I fall not prey to errors that abound on every side.

If I could in the love of Christ ask you to read two things from men I've come to respect to be continued

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News Item2/13/14 1:25 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
stick to the Book wrote:
As I have recently shown the quote "Baptist type believers" - Reject parts of Scripture the holy Word of God to establish their traditions which emerged in 1521 with the Anabaptist heretics.
stick to the Book
AND who has misinformed and misled you?

To be clear here when I speak of Baptist-type believers, I am speaking of the Christianity of the early church who:

believed things such as:
The Scriptures are the word of God
The sufficiency and authority of Scripture
They Reveal Jesus Christ and the work He did on the Cross
The will of God for us in Him, to repent, to believe on Him, know Him, learn of Him , follow and serve Him - including following Him in believer's (NOT infant) baptism
The absolute necessity that one must be born again of the Spirit to be saved!!! with of course believer's baptism subsequent to conversion
Holiness
Separation of Church and State (NOT the adulterous affairs of RCism and all to often Presbyterianism)
The priesthood of the believer
PRAYER
The reliability of Biblical Prophecy, that God will make good what He has foreteold
the immmenient return of Christ, at any momement

including sadly the great falling away of those in, and joined to the Great Harlot of Revelation

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News Item2/13/14 1:23 PM
stick to the Book  Find all comments by stick to the Book
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
One thing that is true of nearly all the Presbyterian posters, is their quoting of everything but the Scriptures. Maybe stick to the book would do well to follow his own advice.
Interesting that you have joined in Ups.
I was referring of course to you when I said that one of the Baptists doesn't believe God inspired the writers of Scripture. You mentioned that you didn't think inspiration was of a "mechanical" nature. Isn't that just another means of inserting the free will of the sinner into the equation - To exclude God???

I asked then but you didn't respond - How can you trust a god who cannot even write a book - to save the sinner?

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