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USER COMMENTS BY “ CHRIS G P ”
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News Item4/29/19 7:18 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
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Never mind the television, live shows, charity dinners like the one Christopher000 attended in USA, or the internet, even radio these days is pretty ghastly. Setting aside the pop stations which I never listen to, the National talk and news BBC Radio 4 has plays on and comic programmes that are generally blasphemous, though the worst swear words are still just about banned, and together with news and documentary type programmes have plenty of references to homosexuality, transgender and other such things.

Nowadays, I stick to a commercial classical radio station, Classic FM, and occasionally BBC Radio 3 (also mostly classical music), which are fairly safe.

On rare occasions, I will listen to Christian teaching programmes, (the more solid doctrinal ones - many aren’t , of course), and news items on the “evangelical” Christian station, London Premier Christian Radio, though avoid the music programmes like the plague, as though there is the occasional hymn, it is really all CCM, which I find difficult to abide!!!


News Item4/26/19 2:45 PM
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Tragically, the great Westminster Chapel itself declined, as dear Dr Martin Lloyd Jones declined in his old age, and unwisely appointed a very different pastor to him as his associate, Dr R T Kendall, who had an Arminian leaning theology and was very favourable to charismatic ministry.

Dr Kendall managed to get rid of those solid deacons, who were not too keen on this, and Dr Lloyd Jones began to regret having him.

After the great Doctor’s death, R T Kendall embraced the infamous “Toronto Blessing”, the great Reformed teaching became a thing of the past, and under Dr Kendall and his successors, Westminster Chapel is now, I believe, a fully fledged charismatic church, no doubt with CCM style worship band, instead of hymns accompanied by the pipe organ.


News Item4/26/19 2:52 AM
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I do believe firmly that before the Great Tribulation, that all Western countries, including the USA, will have hostile globalist, pro-abortion, pro-LGBT, pro-euthanasia, pro-marijuana, pro-environmentalist socialistic (and yet pro-Islamic) governments that will actively promote these things, and persecute Christians, combined with a growing apostasy in the professing evangelical churches.

At last, true biblical Christian churches in the West, will experience something similar to what biblical evangelical Christians have always experienced in Islamic, Communist, Hindu, Buddhist, and other corrupt secular and religious regimes in other parts of the world, with severe persecution as our Lord promised would happen before His 2nd Coming.


News Item4/26/19 2:36 AM
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I suppose you have to look at the fact that Nicole Kidman, married previously to Tom Cruise, had been involved, though I think she renounced it after her breakup with him with the dreadful religion of Scientology.

Bad though it is, Roman Catholicism must seem light relief after the Scientologist cult!! However, it is a bit like going from the frying pan into the fire!!

As to the business with John Lee, I must admit that I am surprised at a Brethren Assembly joining the World Council of Churches, and I don’t believe that is typical of most Brethren Assemblies, where they generally actually have a closed communion. Possibly it sounds to me that this particular assembly had one elder that lorded it over the other elders, and he had a clash of interests, as he had regard to his family member who was in charge of the charismatic church, and wanted to please him, rather than the Lord.

Also to discourage his most active member and set an impossible bar for permitting open air evangelism, when he and the other elders should have been conducting it, themselves as an active church ministry, is quite disgraceful. It sounds to me that he did not wish to have it, and was afraid of offending the other ecumenical churches in town.


News Item4/26/19 1:48 AM
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and who knows as the DUP weakens, the evangelical Protestant influence weakens, Sinn Fein, with its secular and Pope Francis style Catholic influence gets stronger, it may well be used to forcefully bring about a union of Northern Ireland with the Republic of Ireland, with its pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage, pro-EU, and its Euro currency membership.

Truly evangelical Christians in Northern Ireland and elsewhere need to pray, as the pressure will only pile on.

If Brexit goes through, that may help, but if as I suspect Brexit does not go through, or Britain ends up with a very soft “associate membership of EU” type of Brexit, then the prospects for Northern Ireland to retain its current stance against abortion and gay marriage looks very slim indeed.


News Item4/26/19 1:38 AM
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As I have mentioned before, Northern Ireland is under pressure from 2 directions, and possibly a 3rd direction.

The mainland British Government, which has forcefully suspended the local Stormont Parliament, under the Good Friday agreement, pro-abortion and pro-gay marriage Republican Nationalist Sinn Fein (which supports Union with the Republic of Ireland) must be in coalition with generally anti-abortion and anti-gay marriage Democratic Unionist Party, (founded by the late Revd Ian Paisley), and at present the two parties will not work together, (no other part of Great Britain has to have a compulsory coalition), is putting pressure on Northern Ireland to adopt its liberal laws to allow gay marriage and abortion.

The Republic of Ireland, with its active homosexual Prime Minister, Mr Varadker, which has just itself completely embraced both gay marriage and abortion, is piling on the pressure too.

The EU, which a majority of Northern Ireland citizens did vote to stay in, during the Brexit referendum in 2016, also wishes to see these things brought in. The “hard border” problem is one of the main stumbling blocks to Brexit, and will no doubt be used as a tool to bring about gay marriage and abortion to Northern Ireland, and who knows, as the DUP weakens, Sinn Fein gets st


News Item4/23/19 5:46 PM
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Another update on the children who died at Zion Evangelical Church, Batticaloa, as reported by Barnabas Fund.

The children had just emerged from their Sunday School class, and the main service was shortly to start. The children were playing outside the church in between the two services.

Just a few minutes earlier at the end of the Sunday School, their teacher asked this incredible question. “How many of you would be prepared to die for Christ?” What a question!! All the children without exception raised their hands. They then left the class, the bomber emerged some time later escorted by the usher, and blew himself up and some 15 apparently of the children promptly fulfilled the question of their Sunday School teacher, as well as a number of adults and died for Christ.

I don’t know if the Sunday School teacher died in the blast, but the Word if God says in one of the Psalms, I believe, “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints”, and our Lord Jesus Christ told the disciples to “Suffer the little children to come into me, for of such as the kingdom of heaven”.


News Item4/23/19 5:46 PM
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Another update on the children who died at Zion Evangelical Church, Batticaloa, as reported by Barnabas Fund.

The children had just emerged from their Sunday School class, and the main service was shortly to start. The children were playing outside the church in between the two services.

Just a few minutes earlier at the end of the Sunday School, their teacher asked this incredible question. “How many of you would be prepared to die for Christ?” What a question!! All the children without exception raised their hands. They then left the class, the bomber emerged some time later escorted by the usher, and blew himself up and some 15 apparently of the children promptly fulfilled the question of their Sunday School teacher, as well as a number of adults and died for Christ.

I don’t know if the Sunday School teacher died in the blast, but the Word if God says in one of the Psalms, I believe, “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints”, and our Lord Jesus Christ told the disciples to “Suffer the little children to come into me, for of such as the kingdom of heaven”.


News Item4/23/19 9:46 AM
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By the way, though it is true that Catholic Churches were targeted, and three hotels as well, one of the churches was actually not Catholic, but an evangelical church. At this last one, an usher saw a suspicious individual inside the church just before the service started, and asked him to leave. He did, but promptly blew himself iup outside, killing about 35 people, mostly children who were still outside.

However, it doesn’t matter whether the victims were evangelicals, or Catholics, it is still tragic. It is apparent that the President and Prime Minister of Sri Lanka had fallen our, the President was warned of a security risk, the PM was not told of it, and the President had actually excluded him and his Cabinet from important national security meetings. The PM had previously been sacked by the President, but had been reinstated by order of the Supreme Court. This did not bode well for preventing this disaster.


News Item4/23/19 9:04 AM
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These folks cannot stand to mention “Christian”, just as they cannot stand to blame Muslims for anything.

By the way, unfortunately in English (“Easter”), and in German (“Ostern”), we have a pagan word, as opposed to French, (“Paques”), and Spanish (“Pasqua”), which reflects more the Passover origins. I never say “Easter” if I can avoid it, but “Resurrection Day”. I much prefer that.


News Item4/20/19 9:30 AM
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No John Lee from UK, most of this “climate change” / formerly “global warming” business is an absolute myth, fuelled by the New Agers, Easytm religions, secular leftists, evolutionists, and world “one government” / “one economy” / “ one religion” globalists.

Perhaps, these dear characters should go and protest on the streets of New Delhi, or even more likely can Beijing, as China and India are far worse than Britain or even the USA at belching out noxious fumes.

One Hollywood actress even specially made her huge carbon imprint in a passenger jet all the way from Los Angeles, to show her support for the eco-demonstrators here in London.


News Item4/20/19 6:05 AM
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2 things strike me here.

One is the increased lawlessness of these days. We have an epidemic of knife crime here in Britain, and London in particular. Nobody seems to know what to do about it.

We have even had an admittedly non-violent ecological protest blocking off whole areas of central London, for the whole week, organised by an outfit called “Extinction Rebellion”, (cancellation of bus services and no traffic in many parts of Central London, being the result ). This is more a middle class and actually predominantly white leftist series of demonstrations , and the police have mainly been standing around doing nothing, and even at times joining in, skateboarding, dancing with the demonstrators, etc!!

To go back to the black community, I think a large problem is that in most households in these communities, not having a father and husband, or if he is there, he is into lawlessness, drugs, alcohol abuse, etc. The “rap” / “hip hop” music culture sadly often leads to a lawless attitude. Tragically, “black” churches are often thin on doctrine, and full of entertainment, and there are many abuses in the leadership.


News Item4/20/19 4:57 AM
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early lectures and studies, this led to him challenging some of the deviant doctrines in the medieval Catholic Church leading to his attack on Indulgences, the whole set up of Penance, and the money grabbing activities of the rogue Dominican friar Tetzel, (sounds like the prosperity preachers of today!!), and finally to the posting of the 95 Theses on the door of Wittenberg Castle Church on 31st October 1517, and on to the Protestant Reformation.

News Item4/20/19 4:47 AM
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2 points:- first, remember Hebrew Jewish days are sunset to sunset, and a part of a day was counted as a whole day. That may possibly explain the confusion over the 3 days and nights of our Lord’s burial, and then resurrection.

2nd - With regard to the sadly deceived Catholic lay persons in the Philippines “crucifying” and flagellating themselves, we need only look to the example of the great Protestant Reformer, Dr Martin Luther, when he was an Augustinian monk in the monastery of Erfurt. He put himself through a rigid program of self-denial, fasting, dietary restriction, prayers, rituals and yes, flagellation, in addition to the normal requirements of his monastic order, so much so that even his monastic superiors were weary of him!!

One rather wise superior, Dr Staupitz, packed him off to the newly founded University of Wittenberg as a professor of theology and biblical studies, which in those days, actually meant you had to study the Bible!! This was long before the days of German rationalism and biblical liberalism!!

He was trying to gain peace with God, but finally, eventually, coming to the Biblical text in Romans 1 v 17, he realised that we are saved, justified, by faith, and not by any works that we can do. Dr Luther’s life was turned around, and from those ear


News Item4/20/19 3:46 AM
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definitely gone worse. There are a tiny number of private non-government funded independent Christian evangelical schools, but they are still subject to the awful OFSTED inspections, and can easily be closed down, and one in the North East was, and another one allowed to stay open, but effectively secularised.

News Item4/20/19 3:43 AM
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When I was a young boy, I was educated primarily at a Church of England primary school, and then at a Church of England boys grammar school (a selective secondary school, which was largely abolished in Britain in the state sector in the 1960’s, to be replaced by non-selective comprehensive secondary schools, though a few, including my old school, still survive). This school even has its own chapel, chapel choir and chaplain.

These schools are partly funded by the state, and partly by the church. Many are now no longer under the local council LEAs as they were in my day, but have now become centrally funded academies or free schools, (a little like the charter schools in the USA).

They must use the National Curriculum, though they are allowed a certain amount of freedom over such things as RE, and the local vicar and church reps are in the board of governors. However, the infamous OFSTED still has tremendous power to enforce the prevailing LGBT agenda through its rigorous inspection programme.

Things were a lot more biblical in my day, in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, and there was still a broadly based biblical RE, Christian hymns and prayers at assembly, and one of the three chaplains was definitely evangelical and preached the gospel. Sadly, I think, things have d


News Item4/15/19 2:40 AM
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Basically, here we have organised government sanctioned child abuse, aided and abetted by liberal parents, teachers, social workers, greedy doctors and nurses, and Marxist leaning town halls, with LGBT activists and the leftist national media fully involved and backed up by the aggressive and unpleasant educational inspections of OFSTED in England and Wales, and no doubt by the equivalent body in Scotland.

To pump an impressionable tiny child’s mind with ideas that they are “trapped in the wrong body”, to bring in drag queens to read stories to them, to use anti-bullying programmes as an excuse for LGBT / Transgender indoctrination, and then giving them powerful puberty blocking drugs to suppress their natural development, followed by opposite sex hormones, that cause depression, cancer and who knows what else in their young bodies, and then to carry out unnecessary butchery in their healthy body parts, is nothing short of wicked child abuse. This backed up by punishment and sacking of all who would object to this, leads to the sort of chaos that we have in the state schools of say, Brighton and Hove, where a record large number of pupils are going in for this deception.


News Item4/14/19 12:45 PM
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I know a lot of folks on SA do not care too much for creeds, and of course they cannot save anyone.

However, they are still a useful statement of belief, and the sadness is that many of the clergy and people that recite them each Sunday, either don’t believe them or don’t really take them to heart.

By the way, don’t be too phased by the word “Catholic”. It just means universal and has absolutely nothing to do with the Latin or Roman Catholic Church of Rome, or it’s Eastern Catholic counterpart, or for that matter the Eastern Orthodox Church.

I don’t change the word, as that is what the Early Church Fathers wrote, and I don’t see any need to change it.


News Item4/9/19 10:37 PM
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Hardly surprising from a so-called church denomination that has a militantly feminist archbishop in charge, another female lesbian diocesan bishop who told a seamen’s mission in her diocese to remove the cross in its chapel to accommodate Muslim sailors who might wish to pray there, (fortunately the mission was independent and not under her authority and could ignore the instruction), and where no new male priest or minister may now be ordained unless he accepts female ordination and gay marriage, (though a few older priests who oppose this are just about tolerated in remote parishes, but if a “gay” couple wish to marry in their parish, another priest has to be called in to carry out the “marriage”).

Recently the Prime Minister of Sweden even declared that all ministers of the Church of Sweden should be compelled, by law presumably, to carry out “gay” weddings, or be sacked, even though interestingly the Church of Sweden ceased to be the official state church in 2000!!


News Item4/4/19 3:42 AM
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It is indeed tragic that evangelical churches, pastors, Christian schools, seminaries, Bible Colleges, universities and so on insist on compromising with the Creation of the World, and also with the Noah Flood.

Whether it is the “progressive creationists”, “theistic evolutionists”, “intelligent design, but without God”, or the subtle “Gap Theory”, that affirms a 6 24 hour day creation, rather I should say, re-creation, after a supposed gap of millions of years between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2, after a supposed previous creation that was under Lucifer and fell into judgment when he rebelled, it is all dangerous and extra-biblical.

I was saddened when I discovered a certain prophecy teacher that I highly respected holds this “Old Earth Creation” “Gap Theory” view, and unfortunately promoted it and has had speakers on his programme. This sort of thing is very sad. It should be back to the Bible, back to Genesis. That’s it.

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