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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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It really matters little if this church separate from the church of England or not. Is it going to get rid of its obnoxious Church government? http://tinyurl.com/y7u2hr6e (Ecclesiology: A Treatise on the Church and Kingdom of God on Earth) -- section on Prelatism.

Natalie, I'm glad to hear that much of their Doctrine appears to be correct even though their Church structure certainly isn't!


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Randall Balmer wrote:
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Many of the slippery slope scenarios I heard applied to behavior. A sip of beer would lead to wine, then the hard stuff and, inevitably, to a life of debauchery. A trip to the movie theater would lead to a pornography addiction. Playing poker with friends would lead to a gambling addiction. Slippery slope. Dancing, of course, placed you on the fast track to sexual intercourse.

I left the evangelical subculture, more or less, at the end of the 1970s. Little did I know that evangelicals were then stepping onto their own slippery slope ....

To say that I left the evangelical subculture is not quite accurate — and not only because evangelicalism is so stamped into my DNA that it is impossible to leave entirely. Evangelicalism really left me more than I left it. The religious tradition that shaped me was part of a long and noble movement that, in earlier generations of American life, took the part of those on the margins of society. Evangelicals, especially in the 19th and early 20th centuries, sought to educate those on the bottom rungs of society so they would have a better life....

--http://tinyurl.com/ycotqjeb (Op-Ed The evangelical slippery slope,...)

News Item12/12/17 1:06 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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So, keep track of, http://tinyurl.com/jyztfs7 (Abuse by Priests) ! with http://tinyurl.com/hs3yvm7 (Abuse Tracker)

Abuse tracker helped fill out some of the details of the article that SA has.

Paul Brooks wrote:
Three Hudson Valley men abused by a Catholic priest decades ago will receive $250,000 each in compensation from the New York Archdiocese, according to their Kingston lawyer....
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The money from the Archdiocese was authorized after a review of the claims the three men filed with the Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program.

The Archdiocese has paid out more than $40 million under the program, it said in a report released Thursday....

--http://tinyurl.com/yc7sbkj6 (Archdiocese pays 3 local men $250K each after priest-abuse claims)

News Item12/11/17 3:35 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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I hope you have something more than a foxhole conversion - -or one that lasts any way.

'It shakes you up,” she said. “If I didn’t believe in God, I believe in God today,” '-- http://tinyurl.com/ybwwo28q (Witness of explosion at major NYC transit hub: ‘I believe in God today!’)!


News Item12/11/17 1:16 PM
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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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The ends justify the means? I think some thinking has to be done about this❗ at least Moore is serving some useful purpose.
Jeff Greenfield wrote:
..Moore’s supporters are making even as their man takes serious incoming fire. The political defense of Moore goes like this: “If Moore loses, that’s one less vote for tax cuts, conservative judges, traditional values. (Well, they might want to shelve that one). We can’t let our problems with personal conduct override the enormous political stakes.”...

In the end, though, neither Clinton nor Kennedy can escape the “reckoning” of which Hayes and Flanagan refer. In the case of Kennedy, his treatment of women was not simply callous, but jeopardized his presidency. In the case of Clinton, his public policies cannot erase the serious doubts about whether a sexual predator occupied the White House for eight years. And even measured by partisan concerns, Clinton’s behavior materially, perhaps fatally, wounded the campaigns of Gore and Hillary Clinton.

--https://tinyurl.com/yb64kwux (How Roy Moore’s Misdeeds Are Forcing an Awakening on the Left)

News Item12/11/17 11:45 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Now as I said corn farmers love NAFTA. One of the most recent articles about that can be found here, NAFTA: A Win For Corn Farmers & The U.S. Economy but many Mexicans might want to agree with President Trump
Annie Baxter wrote:
NAFTA is our best hope for reducing illegal immigration, in the long haul,” she [Janet Reno] said.

That's what researchers at the Commission for the Study of International Migration found, and Reno believed it. Mexico's president even said NAFTA would help his country export "goods, not people."

But it turns out the policy wonks got it wrong....

---NAFTA helped U.S. corn farmers, but may have boosted illegal immigration

I remember writing a letter to my congressman--who was pushing NAFTA-- about the problems of NAFTA and that one of the requirements should have been that Mexican factories had to be set back from the international border. This article prove me right! It's a good article!


News Item12/11/17 6:57 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Pence is not welcomed by the Palestinians? I guess we should be all worked up about that? http://tinyurl.com/y9swwwjf (Palestinian president will not meet Pence in upcoming trip: foreign minister). As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, more or less, grow up and accept it because that's the way it is!

But of course, still,

Psalms 122:6-8
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem! May they be secure who love you! Peace be within your walls and security within your towers! For my brothers and companions' sake I will say, Peace be within you!---ESV


News Item12/11/17 5:56 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Stewart Huntington wrote:
...Puckett has been fighting crime on the reservation for most of a decade. Mostly he targets drug dealers but, since Nebraska shuttered beer sales in Whiteclay just south of the reservation, he's seen more bootlegging.

"It has grown tremendously," said. "But it's always been here. We can't say it hasn't been here because it's been here but it has increased since Whiteclay has been shut down."...

--Bootlegging on the rise on Pine Ridge Reservation

I suppose most people including myself was hoping that Christian Sharia law would have a big effect. Perhaps it has had an effect but still not a complete shutdown of illicit alcohol, just as it didn't happened in the prohibition era? 10 Things You Should Know About Prohibition.


News Item12/11/17 5:28 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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The article that SA picked out is really up to the problem of explaining the various aspects of it. I would suggest you read it.

News Item12/11/17 5:19 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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All discussion will be ended now.
KODA TV wrote:
Pope Francis is suggesting a change in the wording of Christianity's best known prayer, the 'Lord's Prayer'.

According to an interview with an Italian network, the Pope thinks the phrase "lead us not into temptation" is sometimes misunderstood.

He said a better line maybe "do not let us fall into temptation,"...

According to a New York Times report Catholic churches in France have adopted an alternative phrase, and the Pope suggests something similar be applied world-wide.

--Pope Francis suggests wording change to the Lord's Prayer

Or, as the Bible in Basic English puts it:

Matthew 6:13
And let us not be put to the test, but keep us safe from the Evil One.


News Item12/11/17 2:36 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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If it's any consolation to the Republicans, the Democrats are leading to 2-1 in the people who were forced to resign from office.
Rachel Bade & Jake Sherman wrote:
... on Friday, the Associated Press reported that Franks offered to pay an aide $5 million to carry his child and pressured her relentlessly on the matter.

New details about the controversy surrounding Franks come as sexual harassment allegations have engulfed Capitol Hill. Franks became the third lawmaker this week alone to announce that he will step down after being accused of sexual misconduct, following Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) and Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.).

--http://tinyurl.com/ycqg3bbo (Female aides fretted Franks wanted to have sex to impregnate them)

News Item12/11/17 1:46 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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It sounds like the Anglican Church is just helping to set up an equivalent of the Saint Pius X Society.
Wikipedia wrote:
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Talks between the Society and the Holy See are at an impasse, and the Holy See considers that the Society has broken away from communion with the Catholic Church. Although the Holy See has granted to all priest members of the Society the faculty to give sacramental absolution validly to those who attend its churches and has authorised local ordinaries to grant permission for celebrating marriages of followers of the Society...
--http://tinyurl.com/y9x5ruxw (Canonical situation of the Society of St. Pius X). Here is a more general article about this breakaway Romish organization. http://tinyurl.com/y7z2a62q (Society of Saint Pius X).

News Item12/10/17 4:27 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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John MacArthur certainly has some good points here
John MacArthur wrote:
The gospel that Jesus proclaimed was a call to discipleship, a call to follow Him in submissive obedience, not just a plea to make a decision or pray a prayer. Jesus' message liberated people from the bondage of their sin while it confronted and condemned hypocrisy. It was an offer of eternal life and forgiveness for repentant sinners, but at the same time it was a rebuke to outwardly religious people whose lives were devoid of true righteousness. It put sinners on notice that they must turn from sin and embrace God's righteousness. Our Lord's words about eternal life were invariably accompanied by warnings to those who might be tempted to take salvation lightly. He taught that the cost of following Him is high, that the way is narrow and few find it. He said many who call him Lord will be forbidden from entering the kingdom of heaven (cf. Matthew 7:13-23)....
---http://tinyurl.com/yavjg6kp (An Introduction to Lordship Salvation)

News Item12/10/17 4:09 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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"In a major victory for American national sovereignty and self-government..."

This is not the way Nebraska Farmers look at NAFTA, however

Barbara Soderin wrote:
Withdrawing from a free-trade agreement with Canada and Mexico would cause long-term harm to Nebraska farmers and ranchers and put a big dent in the state’s economy, the Nebraska Farm Bureau said in a new report.

For the first time, the agriculture lobby group looked to put an approximate dollar figure on the value of exports to those countries at the county level and individual farm level.

Four top-producing ag counties — Platte, Cuming, Custer and Holt — are estimated to export more than $30 million each in commodities to Canada and Mexico, exports that could significantly slow without free-trade rules in place. Only two Nebraska counties are estimated at less than $1 million in export value to those nations.

--Report: Withdrawing from NAFTA would put big dent in Nebraska's economy

I would think farmers in all farm states would be very unhappy if NAFTA was done away completely! I understand the present Administration is contemplating this?


News Item12/10/17 3:15 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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Now, we know the problems with homosexuals and they are serious. I have often used these verses:

1 Corinthians 6:9-11
Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God. And such were some of you. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God.---ESV

to point out those problems.

Now John MacArthur made a sharp and elegant statement about the Democrats adopting some off these sins, q.v., http://tinyurl.com/l7e9sbl (Abortion and the Campaign for Immorality)

However, the GOP has embraced some of the other sins mentioned in the above verses just as tightly as the Democrats have embraced their favorite sins from the above verses you can see that Mr. Moore is not fit to be a Senator. He also embraces http://tinyurl.com/yd2k9jdj (Dominionism -- A Summary) that is poisonous to Christianity and democracy!


News Item12/10/17 2:08 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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I am going to be surprised if Doug Jones wins in Alabama. I would say that abortion issuing in Alabama is much like queer marriage was (and of course any right-thinking person in Nebraska now would still be against it) stopped Bob Kerry's returning to the Senate even before he really got started by supporting such an idiotic idea. But and this I would have think would be the only Democrat in Congress from Alabama pointed out, http://tinyurl.com/ybkmpqm9 (Alabama Democrat: Senate race is about ‘soul of this nation’ and the state ) the soul of the nation is doubtful but it will reflect badly on the voters and evangelicals of Alabama if Moore wins. However, one can't say much for the national GOP and evangelicals if many gave support to Moore, q.v., https://tinyurl.com/ycf74etm (The G.O.P. is rotting--David Brooks), or as I pointed out earlier,
http://tinyurl.com/yd4dx8fz (Why I can't call myself an Evangelical Republican) and http://tinyurl.com/yb3wgavx (...conservatives place $500,000 for ads against Roy Moore) both good reads - -for Christians.

News Item12/10/17 9:29 AM
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Liberals and not all these comments are from liberals in this article, can have enough right on people or topics that they should be paid attention to on those particular topics. Steve Bannon is one of them.

David Smith wrote:
into the mainstream. The Southern Poverty Law Center, an anti-hate speech watchdog, wrote in an open letter: “Bannon presided over a news empire where he, according to former staffers, ‘aggressively pushed stories against immigrants, and supported linking minorities to terrorism and crime’.

It added: “Under Bannon, Breitbart published a call to ‘hoist [the Confederate flag] high and fly it with pride’ only two weeks after the Charleston massacre when the country was still reeling from the horrors of the murders. Under Bannon, Breitbart published an extremist anti-Muslim tract where the author wrote that ‘rape culture’ is ‘integral’ to Islam. Worse perhaps, Bannon personally insinuated that African Americans are ‘naturally aggressive and violent’.

--http://tinyurl.com/z34oa2u ( Steve Bannon: appointment of 'white nationalist' must be reversed, critics declare) it should be noted, that his appointment was reversed when Trump fired him.

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It should be noted that President Trump has done a good thing by recognizing Jerusalem the capital of Israel
Psalms 135:21
Blessed be the Lord from Zion, he who dwells in Jerusalem! Praise the Lord!---ESV
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