Great Sermon! If any of u get the chance listen to at sermon called " The Gap in Mark Five" preached by, James Knox. The parallels of this chapter in mark, us today and, the history of Isreal will blow ur mind. Never seen it presented the way he does and it's amazing the many other times in the bible this happens. I really enjoyed the comparisons in both of these messages. Thanks
Another sign of cultural shift... I understand why it may appear that this quote was taken out of context.
But let us examine the context.
He was talking about making sure that daycare was available and affordable to all - so mothers could be part of the workforce.
He was constrasting staying at home to raise your kids (presumably, when they are young) because you can't "afford to work" (childcare costs are so high that it is not worth it).
It IS an attack on the choice of staying at home with your children, because it is presumed that staying home and raising your babies and young children is not important work and worth the loss in education/pay that would have resulted in staying in the workforce during those years.
Loving, nurturing care by parents is CRUCIAL in the proper physical, emotional, and spiritual development in our children.
No paycheck can be worth more than that.
Great Sermon! Pastor Seam, " thank you" for your outstanding lesson and message on Baptist beliefs. A lot has happen in three yrs concerning beliefts . It seems the world is caving in to theprogressive's. Thanking you for standing firm. Your sister I'm Christ??
He is probably my favorite reformer. I would love to see a podcast on his contribution to education. I've read that there wasn't a school in Germany that didn't have a teacher influenced by him and that he was considered the "Schoolmaster of Germany." Dr. Valica at Pensacola Christian had some excellent information on him in her dissertation since she did mostly firsthand research in Germany, if you are looking for more information in English.
Great Sermon! For me the Bible answers 3 of the most important questions 1. Who am I? A child of the Living God. 2. Why am I here? To glorified God.
3. Where am I going? Heaven and Glory.
All I need to know is God is sovereign and Rom 8:28.
The Bible is very clear.
Great Sermon! General info: Although both played major league baseball and are close in age, and even had similar career stats, Billy Bean the baseball player and Billy Beane the general manager are two different people.... Easily confused!
Great Sermon! The KJV translators were merely admonishing the student to verify for themselves that their work was precise, complete and correct. Any other interpretation is entirely unhistorical and illogical.In Augustineâ€™s day there was no final translation. In the King James Bible translatorsâ€™ day, there was the making of one, so that the sense could be found out, that is, by them in making it, and by us afterward. The translators had to consult many former works. In doing so, they were gathering out and coming to the conclusion of one correct sense as given in English. They were not in any way arguing for the multiplying of English translations, but the opposite.
You can find full and complete refutations to the vast majority of anti-kjv arguments on the site brandpluckedweb.
Great Sermon! Thy word is truth. .....
Brother, if the kjv is all you need than by all means. ... use it. I pray it blesses you
To be honest, the argument for kjv only is so absurd that it's not even worth arguing about.
Great Sermon! The Pope, The Vicar of Christ was quoted in an article in the Mail Online saying that God is not afraid of "New Things". Doesn't he know that one of the attributes of God is his immutability. Mal 3:6, Heb 13:8. Morals of a society may change, but God's word does not. Amen
Great Sermon! Gib ham from Indianapolis. I listened to The Myth of the King James Only you recommended. Within less than 5 minutes the guy exposed himself as a proven liar. He said we have the inspired, inerrant Word of God in our hands right now, today. Yet his entire position demands that we do not have the inerrant Word of God in our hands, today. If we did, there would be no need to keep on editing it, no need to delete any more verses. No need to touch it at all.
Great Sermon! You are absolutely right about those who are willingly ignorant. All the information you need to understand the Septuagint for what it is, can be found in the following articles:
The Septuagint a Critical Analysis by Dr Floyd Nolan Jones
Was the Septuagint the Bible of Christ and the Apostles by Dr Phil Stringer
The LXX A Model of Reverse Engineering by Scott Jones
Did the Messiah Speak Hebrew or Greek by E A Knapp
Further, there was no LXX at Qumran and no one has been able to produce an LXX that pre-dates 320 AD. The Septuagint today is in nothing more than Vaticanus back-translated to match the OT quotes to the new.
Finally if you subscribe to the new versions you subscribe to the removal of verses from scripture, which puts you in direct conflict with a whole host of scriptures: Psalm 12:7, 2 Timothy 3:16, Proverbs 3:5, John 10:35, Revelation 22:18,19, Isaiah 66:5, and many more. See the opening statement of this post.