Think of this place as the Anabaptist Kingdom of Mustard
Same spirit, just too fat and lazy to achieve the victory the Anabaptists achieved at Munster. Sure they were eventually slaughtered by civilized people throughout Europe, but they had more success than the mustard kingdom
SteveR wrote: Maybe you are right. I am considering converting from Chrustianity to SA anti RCC hate mongerism. All these years of trying to convert me, you guys never told me how much money I could make with an anti RCC hate monger ministry. Catholic charities spend their extra money on the poor, widows and orphans. Protestant churches spend theirs on rock bands and donuts....but anti RCC hate monger pastors get to keep all the cash and spend it the way they feel fit. After I saw that house on zillow that JAs links lead to, I thought wow! Big bucks for selling hate! I already know all the talking points, I could put out a book a week easy. I just never knew people donated money to ministries like these.And I wouldn't even have to visit shut ins, the sick or those in need of love and compassion. No wonder her link people live in Vegas, with all that money and free time, Vegas is the place to be.
Dave is right, I would be an idiot if I converted. And I really don't want to go to hell . Worse, it's probably the hottest part of the lake of fire Thanks Dave.
Oh well, back to the secret Jesuit conference where we are finalizing our plans to take over the world. Yeah, we own the world already, we just need to tie up a few loose ends
Dave wrote: Steve r. You've been exposed. Again thanks June and ladybug for your perseverance with this guy. Long-suffering is a fruit of the Holy Spirit. Jim oldmate, I wouldn't think a Christian brother would align with anything the above mentioned venom spitting accuser of the brethren thinks?
Maybe you are right. I am considering converting from Chrustianity to SA anti RCC hate mongerism. All these years of trying to convert me, you guys never told me how much money I could make with an anti RCC hate monger ministry. Catholic charities spend their extra money on the poor, widows and orphans. Protestant churches spend theirs on rock bands and donuts....but anti RCC hate monger pastors get to keep all the cash and spend it the way they feel fit. After I saw that house on zillow that JAs links lead to, I thought wow! Big bucks for selling hate! I already know all the talking points, I could put out a book a week easy. I just never knew people donated money to ministries like these.And I wouldn't even have to visit shut ins, the sick or those in need of love and compassion. No wonder her link people live in Vegas, with all that money and free time, Vegas is the place to be.
Jim Lincoln wrote: So, SteveR you brought up a valid point. By the way, if you look at the chart [URL=http://www.pewforum.org/2017/01/03/faith-on-the-hill-115/pf_01-03-17-faithonthehill-00-07/]]]Religions ‚Äėnones‚Äô underrepresented in Congress compared with U.S. adults overall--Pew Research[/URL], I would say Congress is underwhelmingly Christian -- at best.
Never say I made a valid point, someone unstable will call you a heartless liberal troll.
You and I often disagree, but at least you don't advertise questionable ministries that solicit donations, donations sent to some guy in Las Vegas that according to public records isn't associated with a ministry. A guy that receives checks at an address not associated with the ministry, and to top it off
While attending the Jesuit troll secret convention, an actual Christian snuck in to my assigned message board. Too well balanced to scare off with names or insults, name is Erik Casey. If Arminus was right, he might be able to be productive. Please advise
Jesuit troll HQ: just agree with everything Erik says. The mob will then turn on him. How did you like the Kobe Beef last night?
Me: thank you for update, will agree with everything he says. I didn't have the beef, I instead went with the Wok Charred Ahi. It was delicious
JuneAnnette wrote: That would be the right thing to do. btw Kev, I told Shaun to feel free to share my e-mails with Donald R. Blanton, and if in the future he personally should opt to reply directly to SteveR's slanderous innuendo directed against him, I will post it here. In any event, Shaun Willcock, who knows Mr. Blanton personally, has addressed SteveR's comments on Mr. Blanton's behalf. JA
Tell them I think their ministry should publish their financials, as their 501c3 is being reported as revoked. It appears Donations are just being sent to a guy in a fancy house in a Las Vegas suburb. Don isn't listed as the ceo of the ministry too
Don't do it for me, do it for those that can be audited. If they arent a 501c3, it can be flagged. Don't you care about those who you seem to be encouraging? Are you trying to get people here to send them money? Are you a fake ministry spammer?
Why else would you post here instead of evangelizing Catholics?
Jim Lincoln wrote: Certainly there are sources that agree with President Obama, from Politifact, [URL=http://www.politifact.com/colorado/statements/2016/jul/20/darryl-glenn/darryl-glenn-says-neighborhoods-have-become-more-v/]]]http://tinyurl.com/hw6k34l (Darryl Glenn: 'Neighborhoods have become more violent' under Obama's watch--mostly false)[/URL]
Did you hear that dispensationalists are minions of Jesuits? proven on another thread. Since you have been outed, we need you at the new secret Jesuit health club in Omaha. It's disguised as a prep school, and you would be in charge of pizza delivery. Best part, that means when Podesta or any other DNC power brokers show up, you give them a ride too. Pay is good, benefits too
Ignominious Emirakan wrote: Ex34:18 Seemeth it a small thing unto you to have eaten up the good pasture, but ye must tread down with your feet the residue of your pastures? and to have drunk of the deep waters, but ye must foul the residue with your feet? 19 And as for my flock, they eat that which ye have trodden with your feet; and they drink that which ye have fouled with your feet. 20 Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD unto them; Behold, I, even I, will judge between the fat cattle and between the lean cattle. 21 Because ye have thrust with side and with shoulder, and pushed all the diseased with your horns, till ye have scattered them abroad; 22 Therefore will I save my flock, and they shall no more be a prey; and I will judge between cattle and cattle. 23 And I will set up one shepherd over them, and he shall feed them, even my servant David; he shall feed them, and he shall be their shepherd. 24 And I the LORD will be their God, and my servant David a prince among them; I the LORD have spoken it." Disgusting Jesuitcal machinations to pollute pristine streams- Papal polluters.
Even a verb couldn't help that sentence. You feel ok?
cobbler wrote: Say SteveR; Have you noticed that the Liberals and the Roman Catholics have the same end result. A religion of fiction and thus of Satan. Do you think that besides from being from the same source that is the rulers of darkness and spiritual wickedness (Eph 6:12), that they both have the same evil purpose during life on earth? The Roman Catholics are basically all about idolatry and (traditional) heresy whereas the Liberals are about making man the idol and heresy from the "sanctified" sin of man. I suppose we could say that Liberalism is the modernisation of the Roman Catholic fiction. Just think you could bring a whole new dimension to your posts by defending the Liberals as well as the old idolatries.
Defend liberals? No, just conservative Catholics
But I find liberals much more intelligent and less hypocritical than present company
Kev wrote: Hey Christopher at the church I attend it is a mixed bunch many wear suits and one will wear shorts and flip flops. I myself don't wear a suit but I dress up more for church than any other place. I definitely think eating or being on your phone is very disrespectful to both the person preaching, people around them and most of all to the lord. I'm not too much concerned how others dress though I try myself to dress up. I have gone to a church and if you weren't wearing s suit they would look down upon you. I believe that is sinful however. Church should be something you are 100 percent mentally invested in, it is worship to the Lord. Yeah I'm not much for fighting and I've tried everything to make peace. Hang in there brother enjoy your comments and many others.
You came on a special day. Normally after a pity party, your people wait a few hours before cut n paste nonsense mode. Not today, tt must be a full moon or Bat Guano is on sale at covenmart
Ribera and Darby/Scofield are two different things
Riberas futurism postulated Protestants would eventually talk all/most Catholics into leaving the RCC, and Protestantism was the Great Apostasy
Darby thought too many were joining the Protestant Churches, and their sheer numbers indicated that OTHER Protestants along with the RCC were the Great Apostasy and the Plymouth Brethren were the faithful remnant. Scofield(A Presbyterian) then built upon Darby
Its somewhat ridiculous to claim Jesuits wanted to support Dispensational thought. A doctrine that labelled their own Church an Antichrist one. But let the lost continue in their struggle
But just in case, we ought to examine if our board dispensationalists are secret Jesuits. Would grape juice boarding be too harsh for Jim Lincoln?
Some witnesses to the shooting at the airport are telling a much different story than the official version. I know people get traumatized after an event like this, but there are stories that don't seem to be reconcilable with the official version
Christopher000 wrote: Five confirmed dead now. Guy has gun in checked luggage, gets his bag, goes to the restroom, grabs it, walks out and starts casually murdering people.
Didn't he know that baggage claims aren't secure? He could have saved money on his ticket, avoided being a sardine for a few hours, avoided his gun being found by inspectors, and just showed up at his home airport baggage claim
Oh, I betcha he wanted the Frequent Flyer miles added to the Jesuit master account. What a guy! thinking of us! Just one million more FF miles for covert activities, and all Jesuit trolls get to go to Bohemian Grove this year!!
John Yurich USA wrote: That small Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings in that small town I reside in has refreshments and bakery goods available for anybody to partake of before and during the worship service.
It used to be a big deal for me to see men not wear a suit and tie to Church, or at least a sportcoat and slacks. But I'm getting used to the more casual environment. And I'm trying to be more respectful to casual services