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USER COMMENTS BY “ DR ROGER CLARK ”
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News Item3/11/08 10:50 AM
Dr Roger Clark | Germany  Find all comments by Dr Roger Clark
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Lance Eccles,

when the blind lead the blind with the aid of the half-truths and lies of the RCC they are the ones who are "hideously deceived".

"Look unto me, and be saved, all ye ends of the earth" (Isaiah 45;22).

"All that the Father giveth me shall come to me; and him that cometh I willin no wise cast out (John 6;37).

Our God does not lie; we can trust His Word.


News Item3/2/08 10:10 AM
Dr Roger Clark | Germany  Find all comments by Dr Roger Clark
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Jim Lincoln,

for an "accurate translation" try Dr Ivan Panin´s "Numerical Greek New Testament" and "Numerical English New Testament".
http://www.sigler.org/finnestad/bible.htm

He offers a valid check on the AV/KJV as well as on Westcott & Hort which clears up several disputed points.


News Item3/2/08 6:13 AM
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Obviously there are "acceptable lifestyles" and "inacceptable lifestyles".

To be a practising homosexual is the former, to be a practising christian is the latter.

"Yer pays yer money an´ yer takes yer choice."

"Rejoice, O young man, in thy youth; and let thy heart cheer thee in the days of thy youth, and walk in the ways of thine heart, and in the sight of thine eyes: but know thou, that for all these things God will bring thee into judgment." (Ecclesiastes 11;9)


News Item2/24/08 3:07 PM
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Pastor Mike wrote:
I hold a Bachelors degree in biology, and three Masters degrees -- in psychology, divinity, and evolutionary biology. I am the pastor of a church, and I am also an atheist.
psalms 14 and 53 - no comment otherwise.

News Item2/24/08 4:06 AM
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Pastor Mike wrote:
Nonsense! This woman was obviously suffering from mental illness, and her decision to have a safe legal abortion had nothing to do with her decision to commit suicide...........
so you are a "Psychiatrist" as well as a "Pastor" ?

Funny church - has it got a name ?
Where is it ?


News Item2/23/08 2:55 PM
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Amen and Amen Minnow.

Lord have mercy on us miserable offenders


News Item2/18/08 6:56 AM
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the man must have been bottled when he said that -

News Item2/14/08 11:16 AM
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If a politician is taken to task for something he said, almost his first line of defence is that he has been "misrepresented and misunderstood."

Interesting to find that senior clerics work on the same lines.

News Item2/11/08 1:22 PM
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Alastair Roberts wrote:
I strongly recommend that those rushing to criticize the archbishop would take the time to read this first: http://goringe.net/theology/?p=120.
I don't agree with much that the archbishop says, but his carefully nuanced arguments and calm erudition is far more appealing than the frenzied yapping of his critics, who seem incapable of digesting an argument more complex than a soundbite.
I have read - and digested - the above argument and - No, I do not agree.

A transgressor of sharia law would only have regress under british law if it were proved that the subject did not assent "voluntarily" to the rulings of sharia - and how and who is to prove that ?

Sharia is a dictatorial and un-christian system which should not be tolerated in british society.

It should certainly nozt be advocated by a senior member - (the most senior member ?) - of the Established -Christian - Church.

I seem to be one of the frenzied yapping critics.


News Item1/13/08 4:15 AM
Dr Roger Clark | Germany  Find all comments by Dr Roger Clark
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Lance Eccles wrote:
You seem to have misunderstood what I said, GK. What you write above is the heretical Montanist view, not the RC view.
And Lyn, "So where in scripture would I find this?"
I have no idea. It is in the Tradition of the Catholic Church. If you think you can find everything you need for salvation by reading the Bible and attempting to understand it, then I wish you good luck (and God's help too, for that matter).
Certainly the RC clergy - whether in a "State of Grace" or not - pretend either to forgive sins or to retain them.

They can do neither one nor the other.

Reliance on "Tradition" is expressly prohibited in four books of the Bible : - Deuteronomy 4;2, 13;32, Proverbs 30;5-6, I Corinthians 4;6, Revelations 22;18-19.

Thank you for your good wishes.

"And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom. And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, Today shalt thou be with me in paradise." (Luke 23;42-43)


News Item1/6/08 8:06 AM
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Michael Hranek and ErnieG,

thank you for your convincing and loving testimonies.

May the Lord bless and graciously use them.


News Item12/29/07 7:31 AM
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Lance Eccles,

are stereotype unverified assertions and irrelevant diversions really acceptable in serious discussions ?

Or do you do it to annoy because you know it teases ??


News Item12/20/07 5:55 AM
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What else can you expect in a country where the ruling medical body - The General Medical Council-UK - orders doctors to perform abortions on schoolgirls, - with or without parental consent - or to arrange for these abortions to be carried out by a "suitably qualified colleague" ?

The penalty for non-compliance with these directives is that of being prosecuted and "struck off the register".

See the opening explanations and specifically §§ 70 and 72 on : -

http://www.gmc-uk.org/guidance/archive/GMC_0-18.pdf


News Item12/19/07 8:37 AM
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Lance Eccles wrote:
I'm not unfamiliar with Mike Gendron.
His message will indeed influence the eternal fate of those Catholics who heed it.
As I recall from reading his own testimony some time back, when he was a Catholic he grew tired of repenting of his sins (always the same ones, apparently), and went in search of a religion that promised salvation without repentance.
Another "suggestio falsi" Lance Eccles.

The only (christian) "religion" that offers salvation without repentance is the heresy termed "Pelagianism".

Both "Arminians" and "Calvinists" do not believe any such nonsense.

If Mike Gendron ios a pelagian then, ipso facto,he is not a "christian".


News Item12/14/07 2:16 PM
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GG wrote:
"I wonder who GG thinks the civil authorities were at the time?"
MyResp: Have you ever heard the words King or Holy Roman Emperor, Mayor, Bergermeister, Judge, Prime Minister, Sheriff, etc. You did know that there were civil courts that enforced civil law...Hello...Hello...Hello.
any of the above who refused to carry out the "ecclesiatical court sentences of the RCC" were promptly accused of the same offence - heresy - and/or as promptly excommunicated.

Don´t try and pretend you didn´t know that GG.


News Item12/12/07 12:18 PM
Dr Roger Clark | Germany  Find all comments by Dr Roger Clark
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Well said GK - perfectly correct.

Words from the books of the so-called Apocrypha are never cited in the New Testament. Words from the books of the jewish canon are cited extensively.

II Machabees ends with the words : -

"Here, then, I will make an end of writing; if it has been done workmanly and in historian´s fashion, none better pleased than I; if it is of little merit, I must be humoured none the less" (II Machabees 15;38 - Knox translation).

Compare this with the "Thus saith the Lord" of the inspired jewish canon.

Furthermore the jesuit university chaplain who "instructed me in the Faith" admitted that the need for the Apocrypha only arose at the time of the counter reformation, whereupon the Council of Trent pronounced them to be canonical.

And Lance, no thank ou, like Mike I shall certainly never return to that perfect - man-made and iniquitous -ystem.


News Item12/11/07 2:36 PM
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GG wrote:
What is also sad are people who claim to love the word of God but drop 7 books of it because it doesn't agree with their prejudices. People who also won't read a Science book, because we all know that all knowledge is contained within the bible.
Nobody has ever dropped 7 books out of the Bible - the books in question were never in it.

The pope needed them to back his theory of purgatory so they were declared - in the teeth of the evidence - to be canonical.

Saying that Bible believers `won´t read a Science book` is just not true - as shown hundertfold in the History of Science.

Accordingly the rest of your letter is just plain nonsense and not worth any discussion.


News Item12/2/07 7:16 AM
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Lance Eccles wrote:
The pope isn't a follower of the theology of John Calvin.
....... nor of Augustine of Hippo, of Peter, of Paul, nor - the more shame to his profession - is he a follower of the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ.

"Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door,I will come into him, and will sup with him, and he with me." (Rev. 3;20) can only bear the meaning "individualistic and aimed at each person singly".

The allusion to Calvin is just another red herring to serve as a distraction from John´s point.


News Item11/30/07 4:30 AM
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A "Christmas Tree" isn´t a christian custom anyway, - nor is "Christmas" come to that - so why not just call it a "Compliments of the Season Tree" ?

A "Secular Society" should have no difficulty making that - trouble saving - decision.


News Item11/30/07 4:20 AM
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Reformed Song Writer wrote:
R. K. Borill and fellow Calvinists
Your song of praise--
My hope is built on nothing less
Than all my sin and helplessness
I cannot do a single thing
To serve the Lord or praise the King.
I will just sit here like a mop
Waiting for God to make me flop
Or God may move me from my pew
Like a dried out leaf the wind blew.
My God has all the pieces placed
His will shall move them by his grace
He plays both sides to please himself
Throws all the captured pawns in Hell.
My God is strong, he's sovereign too
There's nothing you or I can do
He's pulling all the strings, you see
Even Hitler's and Ted Bundy
The lives of - for example - Pink, Lloyd Jones, Whitefield, Brainerd, Calvin, Knox, Latimer, Augustine of Hippo, Paul of Tarsus and Isaiah the son of Amoz show no trace of being determined by the sentiments of your "song of praise".

Calvinists, all of them, so do you not think you could be mistaken?

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