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Graham: ‘All Churches Should Pull Out of the Boy Scouts Organization Completely’
Rev. Franklin Graham says it is not enough for the Mormon church to remove its teen boys from the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) following the organization’s approval of gay scout leaders and transgender members.

“I think the Mormon Church—and all churches—should pull out of the Boy Scouts organization completely,” Graham posted on Facebook Friday:


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News Item6/5/17 12:25 PM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
Jim L,

It's obvious it does not matter what translation you use, you do not have 'ears to hear'. You come here to push an agenda, and this agenda is contrary to God and His truth. You support killing babies and other atrocities. Your greatest need isn't a certain 'translation'. You must be born again by God the Spirit. Many will say on that day, 'didn't we do this or that, didn't I use the 'right' translation, didn't you take notice of my church membership and quoting pastors, etc?'. You do not think for yourself, as your continual quotes from others proves, along with your constant links. You cannot support any of your views from God's word because you simply do not know truth, your heart has never been changed by the Holy Spirit. You use religion like countless others to promote your godless agenda. There's nothing worse than a goat pretending to be a sheep.

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News Item6/5/17 11:39 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Now Dr Wallace probably in a somewhat sarcastic note said you can use the NKJV as a lexicon for the KJV. Actually since the NKJV is in English rather than Elizabethan, he would have a point there, but it is also more accurate than the KJV and the footnotes are excellent that come with -- the printed version!
The very first thing to remember if a Bible is not in good contemporary English -- toss in the rubish bin! If need a Bible with all the KJV errors reproduced you should try
The constant repetition of a lie does not make the lie to become true
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News Item5/28/17 7:29 PM
Hopethishelps  Find all comments by Hopethishelps
Christopher000 wrote:
... the whole of our understanding should begin and end with God's Word alone. Sola scriptura.
A very perceptive comment in total from which I only quoted the above.

'Pride' is the biggest danger to us all. A proud Calvinist, a proud Biblicist, a proud '.....' fill in the gap.

We all believe that God alone calls and prepares the Pastor, yet take our duties as bereans seriously. Oftentimes it is better to refer to an in depth book on the Trinity or other Bible subjects written by godly men enabled and gifted to expound scripture; for our own attempts can be unproductive, even though we claim Sola Scriptura. Why be so proud of our own efforts to 'comment' and needing 1000 comments to attempt to poorly teach e.g. the Trinity, when one can easily refer to another a proven book with only 200 pages by one more mighty in the Scriptures taught of God.

A must read:

A Chat about Commentaries

'It seems odd, that certain men who talk so much of what the Holy Spirit reveals to themselves, should think so little of what he has revealed to others.'

http://www.romans45.org/spurgeon/misc/c&cl1.htm

The Giant C H Spurgeon makes some points on how God enabled him to prepare sermons; it would be a proud man to disagree!

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News Item5/26/17 9:56 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Ha-ha...just messin' around. Or was I? Hey, I keep forgetting to send my new email. Will shoot it out hopefully later today.
John, although I may disagree on a couple of things, I always admire your commitment and zeal for the Lord, along with your passion for the lost. I think that's really something to admire and I wish I had the time that you do to dedicate myself, full time, to His service.
I've noticed a new spark within you for some time now; a spark of excitement, especially with your new board you worked hard on, etc. Keep it up.
Here is what I say
Do it today
Don't procrastinate
Get out your vegemite crate
And have a party

But mail me first.

Bro, you can disagree with me, no problem. We are brothers and friends, and both of us are works in progress. The Lord has his hands full with us, when he's not talking to Dave. The important thing is.....

** He loved me, and gave himself for me. **

As for spark, that is a little bit of revival, born of deeper submission to him, and just doing what he said for me to do. He has something for each one of us to do, and when we do it, we can sing Psalm 1 with understanding.

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News Item5/26/17 7:16 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Ha-ha...just messin' around. Or was I? Hey, I keep forgetting to send my new email. Will shoot it out hopefully later today.
John, although I may disagree on a couple of things, I always admire your commitment and zeal for the Lord, along with your passion for the lost. I think that's really something to admire and I wish I had the time that you do to dedicate myself, full time, to His service.
I've noticed a new spark within you for some time now; a spark of excitement, especially with your new board you worked hard on, etc. Keep it up.
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News Item5/26/17 3:59 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
I've done in-depth comparison studys of the translational issues in the past, and they are, in fact, a big deal. Some moreso than others, but especially some of the newer ones that have made God without gender, or the NIV types, etc.
The popular theory and arguments for an antiquated King James is that older texts found since, must be more accurate texts. Not necessarily so. Even way back then, during the age of papyrus and scrolls, Satan was working hard on corrupting God's Word which the Bible itself warns of, even back then.
Critical text, Codec Vaticanus, Sinaticus, Wescott and Horts Greek New Testament, etc, etc.
I'll always stick with the Textus Receptus, the received text, the King James for accuracies sake. A couple of others are acceptable, but I like the language and flow of the King James, find it easier for memory work, and know that it'll never change.
For anyone who may think the various translations don't matter, do some comparison studys on the differences.
Well in that case, I'll give it a second commendation, Bro Christopher. Just so you know it was a real one.

Keep smiling bro.

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News Item5/25/17 6:15 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
...by the way, these discussions usually bring on the inevitable, "You worship the KJV", sorts of comments from one or two fly-bys. No, it's about accuracy and the bonafide facts that anyone can discover if they so choose.
There's a Pastor on SA who uses and argues for the NIV. He doesn't require his congregation to use the same, but I feel it speaks to a gross lack of knowledge on his part.
These new sodomites and transgender friendly bibles that are out are so offensive, and woe to those who would willingly and willfully mislead with such wickedness and blasphemy.
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News Item5/25/17 5:59 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks John. I'm considering printing and framing this. Not often someone agrees with me, or even responds for that matter...ha-ha. So I'm figuring that yours was a pity response, or a mistake, thinking I was someone else. Either way, I'll treasure it forever and ever. : )

Hope you're doing well over your way.

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News Item5/25/17 12:40 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
I've done in-depth comparison studys of the translational issues in the past, and they are, in fact, a big deal. Some moreso than others, but especially some of the newer ones that have made God without gender, or the NIV types, etc.
The popular theory and arguments for an antiquated King James is that older texts found since, must be more accurate texts. Not necessarily so. Even way back then, during the age of papyrus and scrolls, Satan was working hard on corrupting God's Word which the Bible itself warns of, even back then.
Critical text, Codec Vaticanus, Sinaticus, Wescott and Horts Greek New Testament, etc, etc.
I'll always stick with the Textus Receptus, the received text, the King James for accuracies sake. A couple of others are acceptable, but I like the language and flow of the King James, find it easier for memory work, and know that it'll never change.
For anyone who may think the various translations don't matter, do some comparison studys on the differences.
Amen Christopher! Anyone who does their own research on the matter will inevitably come to the same conclusions.
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News Item5/25/17 8:07 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
...not that many others haven't done their due diligence, but whenever this topic comes up, I get the impression some haven't, while trying to argue a point or just make substance-free, fly-by comments.
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News Item5/25/17 7:12 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I've done in-depth comparison studys of the translational issues in the past, and they are, in fact, a big deal. Some moreso than others, but especially some of the newer ones that have made God without gender, or the NIV types, etc.
The popular theory and arguments for an antiquated King James is that older texts found since, must be more accurate texts. Not necessarily so. Even way back then, during the age of papyrus and scrolls, Satan was working hard on corrupting God's Word which the Bible itself warns of, even back then.
Critical text, Codec Vaticanus, Sinaticus, Wescott and Horts Greek New Testament, etc, etc.
I'll always stick with the Textus Receptus, the received text, the King James for accuracies sake. A couple of others are acceptable, but I like the language and flow of the King James, find it easier for memory work, and know that it'll never change.
For anyone who may think the various translations don't matter, do some comparison studys on the differences.
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News Item5/25/17 1:06 AM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
A sister in Christ sent me this, it's worth sharing...from 2 Samuel 21:19

(NASB)  There was war with the Philistines again at Gob, and Elhanan the son of Jaare-oregim the Bethlehemite killed Goliath the Gittite, the shaft of whose spear was like a weaver's beam.
(ESV)  And there was again war with the Philistines at Gob, and Elhanan the son of Jaare-oregim, the Bethlehemite, struck down Goliath the Gittite, the shaft of whose spear was like a weaver's beam.

(KJV)  And there was again a battle in Gob with the Philistines, where Elhanan the son of Jaareoregim, a Bethlehemite, slew the brother of Goliath the Gittite, the staff of whose spear was like a weaver's beam

Every translation except the KJV states that Elhanan slew Goliath, when in actuality it was David. Why do most translations mis-translate this verse? Perhaps they continue to copy each other's errors for the sake of $$$.

The Bible does warn against adding to or taking from His word.

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News Item5/23/17 9:09 AM
Some added Help  Find all comments by Some added Help
On the topic of KJVO...this is worth a read.

http://www.tyndale.org/tsj21/daniell.html

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News Item5/22/17 5:58 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ladybug, I use John MacArthur so often because he has the good sense to agree with me! one of the things I don't like about his study Bible is that he doesn't stress dispensationalism enough.

Chris you might like this comment from John:

John MacArthur wrote:
... And so we depend upon the work of the Holy Spirit in all of those areas. The Spirit who gives us new life, the Spirit who plants in us the hunger for the truth, the Spirit who grants to us the diligence and who cleanses us from sin and drives us toward holiness, the Spirit who works obedience in us, the Spirit who prompts us to pray is behind all of these requirements and qualifications for the study of God’s Word.

As I said to you this morning, we…and even last Sunday night…we expect unbelievers to misinterpret Scripture, don’t we. Because they are natural and they cannot understand the things of God, the Bible in its truth is closed to them. For the Bible is only understood by those who are taught by the Spirit of God. And since they are void of the Spirit and void of the life of God, we don’t expect unbelievers to come up with the right answer.

--http://tinyurl.com/ld3knvg (How to Study Your Bible: Interpretation)
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News Item5/22/17 5:57 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John MacArthur (continued) wrote:
But it is also true that in many cases there are believers, who for a number of reasons misinterpret Scripture. They come to Scripture with their presuppositions and force the Bible to conform to those presuppositions. They come to the Scripture with their predigested theology and their understanding of doctrine perhaps from the past, and they want to force the Word of God into that. Or perhaps they are enamored by some prominent teacher or prominent writer, and they sort of line up with that individual and they want to affirm what he says or what that group says without regard for a careful understanding of Scripture.
--http://tinyurl.com/ld3knvg (How to Study Your Bible: Interpretation)
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News Item5/21/17 11:45 PM
Connor7  Contact via emailFind all comments by Connor7
Concerning the study Bible, there's no perfect study bible yet...but I'm working on it.
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News Item5/21/17 5:47 PM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
"Study helps can certainly broaden our understanding and fill in gaps, but the whole of our understanding should begin and end with God's Word alone. Sola scriptura"

that is most excellent Christopher

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News Item5/21/17 5:27 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Most excellent advice, Ladybug. I've been thinking a lot lately about why there are so many denominations within Christendom, and why each is often at war with the other; each believing they are the one true church. My conclusion is simple...the indoctrination of man, and believing as we were first taught without any further investigation.
I cringe when I hear, "I believe this because Calvin taught this, or Luther believes that", or any other spiritual giant for that matter. The same reasoning holds true for any study bible who's notes are based upon personal assumption and/or interpretation. Not that they shouldn't be used, or the words of the forefathers considered, but to arrive at any conclusions or held beliefs solely because someone said so is irresponsible in my view.
Study helps can certainly broaden our understanding and fill in gaps, but the whole of our understanding should begin and end with God's Word alone. Sola scriptura.
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News Item5/21/17 4:38 PM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
"Ladybug, MacArthur has been considered the best Study Bible, except for a Baptist one, up with you cannot get anymore" - again, a personal opinion, nothing more.

This is sheer laziness, to rely upon someone else to tell you their version of what the bible says/means. Do your own studying, cross reference, go into the original language, and start with prayer. Christ warned against deception, JMac has proven to be one to be wary of, especially his false teachings on taking the mark and still being able to enter God's kingdom.
Yes, we can read the writings of men of old and be blessed, but never should we rely solely upon their writings as the source of truth.

Remember this Jim, you must be born again. Without this new birth, you will have to lean upon the works of others because you haven't the gift of discernment given by God. Parroting others becomes the norm because the natural mind receives not the things of God, nor can it.

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News Item5/21/17 4:32 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I am amazed! It is surprising to find a positive article about someone like Franklin Graham in the Atlantic yes it belongs here in this thread comma because it does mention his attack on the Boy Scouts in passing anyway. I use my tablet access this article and I didn't see any offensive ads, no telling what you might see you if you use a desktop.

http://tinyurl.com/l3dqdro (Franklin Graham Is the Evangelical Id)---" The famous preacher’s son embodies all the contradictions of Trump’s America." You can see that the article started out great - - but it turned out complimentary! I'm going to start worrying about the Atlantic if it keeps list up

Ladybug, MacArthur has been considered the best Study Bible, except for a Baptist one, up with you cannot get anymore. See http://tinyurl.com/hboc9ln Study Bibles Reviewed.

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